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Learn how to resolve your fear, anger and guilt, and discover your true identity.
Most of us are the sum total of our experiences. Another way of saying this is that we are bothered, burdened, and sometimes disabled by our past. Unless we learn to respond correctly in the present moment, the present merely becomes an extension of the past that we are trying to leave behind.
Roy Masters teaches the Cure Stress exercise which enables the user to remain calm and patient in the face of extreme stress, confusion and cruelty.
Based on Judeo Christian roots, the exercise will help lead you back to your center of dignity and understanding and show you how to remain sane, poised and tranquil under the most severe trials and tribulations.
“The ‘Be Still and Know’ exercise works for me. It calms my soul, enhances my thinking, and improves my emotional regulation. I am thankful to be a more resilient chaplain.” –U.S. Army Lt. Col. Phillip L. Pringle, Southern Baptist chaplain who served in Iraq with the 110th Engineer Battalion – the “IED Hunters”
“I must say, on the basis of 20 years’ experience, that the application of this technique has made a significant contribution to the treatment of the great majority of those people who have learned it.” –George M. Hayter, M.D., chairman of the Department of Psychiatry, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Orange, Calif.
“It is a great resource for our soldiers.” –Maj. Gen. Douglas L. Carter, U.S. Army Chief of Chaplains
“I have rendered a positive opinion to the Surgeon General.” –Col. John Bradley, M.D., chief of psychiatry at Walter Reed Army Medical Center
“[‘Be Still and Know’] contains in its practice the seed to freeing us from our bondage and slavery to compulsive thoughts and emotions.” –Ron Carlson, Ph.D., clinical psychologist, Fullerton, Calif.
“For many, one hour with Roy Masters will be more beneficial than years of traditional insight psychotherapy.” –Clancy D. McKenzie, M.D., pioneering expert on depression and schizophrenia, director of Philadelphia Psychiatric Consultation Service, Philadelphia, Pa.
“Today’s world, wallowing in corruption and guilt, is crying out for the honesty and courage and insightful understanding of Roy Masters.” –Screen actress Eleanor Parker
Previously titled: How Your Mind Can Keep You Well and How Your Mind Will Make You Well