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Posts Tagged ‘Dr Ernest Rossi’

3 Steps to Happiness………

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

Sally with fishI am sixty and my plan is to be around, healthy on our amazing planet for many more years to come!

Do you have a plan?

Maybe you are now, or are about to go through a life change? Children ‘flying the nest’, retirement from full time employment? So perhaps life is looking kind of bleak, possibly feeling a bit empty, asking yourself what’s the purpose?

I want to share some solid scientific information with you to help you with your plan. First be happy? Studies show that people who are happier in their lives have healthier levels of key body chemicals than those who are focused on negative feelings. This means happier people can have healthier hearts and generally lessen their risk of diseases. Enhance Your Happiness

Happiness for all of us is different, it can be a steady state of optimism shifting to those times of high energy enthusiasm and in between these two states there are all nuances of cheerfulness.

The simple truth is happiness comes from within. We can learn to choose to be happy even when the external ‘weather’ is bad. We don’t have to wait, we can start today! Hints to Happiness

So, how can we look forward to years of tranquillity, optimism, cheerfulness, happiness?

We can choose how we are perceiving and thinking about any situation or experience in any given moment. We can slow down our minds for a few moments, observe our thought pattern responses and those thoughts that do not have a celebration of life quality we can ‘delete’ and change.

Have you heard of ‘neurogenesis’ the growth and formation of new nerve or brain cells. Research in current neuroscience indicates, contrary to 100 years of dogma, that our human brain is capable of generating new brain cells throughout our life cycle.

One of my teachers: Dr Ernest Rossi states: “The psychological precedes the physical. The mind drives the body which drives the genome.”

There are three activities or behaviours which are key to connecting psychological experiences that optimize gene expression, neuroscience and healing. These 3 are what we need to incorporate into our everyday life so we can keep on growing our brain (neurogenesis).


Experience something novel and new in your everyday life. One thing I do is to really see and be fascinated by the light and colours constantly shifting and moving on the rocks in our garden.

Environmental Enrichment

Enrich your environment. I do this with a fabulous photograph, garden flowers in jars in the house, finding a piece of driftwood on the lake shore. Have some simple natural things around you and give them your attention so that you will feel enriched.

Physical Exercise

You don’t need to be an athlete! The wondrous Dr Milton Erickson, considered to be the grandfather of Psychotherapy & Hypnotherapy, was wheelchair bound in his later years and exercised each evening by preparing the vegetables for dinner.

These three things need only takes minutes in your day, but, like me, you might find that you spend twenty minutes on each every day: you will so enjoy this time and the amazing benefits of growing new brain cells!

Start today: be Happy:)






Monday, June 11th, 2012

The Great Stephen Richards posted this comment on  Whoo Hoo!!
I like it.
“I came like a bolt from out of the blue into Sally’s professional life! One of my followers invited me to read Sally’s newsletter, which I would normally shun such an invitation but for some reason felt compelled to read it. What I read and then further researched about Sally Stubbs was food to my psyche! At last I had found someone with an equal measure of gusto to giving from their Higher Self as I had! Sally gives without taking. Thirty years of delivery of her therapy to so many in need. WOW! I mean, that shook me to the core! I have enormous respect for Sally’s work, and if you follow what she offers then you too will feel the same as I do. Oh, and as for Sally calling me “Great”, well I leave that for you to decide.”
I have decided. Steve is Great!
How have I come to this conclusion?
During a few emails with him in the past couple of weeks his absolute focused effort to continue to ‘step up’ his work to help others shines through….. and all the time he is humble… a true, pure yet ‘solid’ way……. I use the word ‘solid’ because humbleness can be thought of, can be seen as dithery and withdrawn. Not with Steve
Let me tell you a wondrous story of another Great person – this is just one of loads and loads of ‘breath-taking’ stories…..And Steve reminds me of him.
I’m talking about the Great Dr Ernest Rossi.
Rossi was teaching one day, by ‘demonstration’, which means someone came and sat next to him and presented their problem in front of all us students. That particular teaching seminar must be about 15 years ago.
Apfzal sat next to Rossi. He was probably in his early sixties or late fifties; I’m not too good on people’s age. I’m not that interested! He was fairly frail of body, a gentle person, and clearly robust of spirit.
Apfzal from Pakistan was, he told us a doctor of medicine.
Rossi and Apfzal went to Work – with Apfzal’s problem of feelings of anxiety and being withdrawn. Memories of his childhood of he and his family being terrified, fleeing refugees in 1947* came pouring out from Apfzal.
Tears poured from Rossi as he listened with every part of his being.
As the Session completed, Rossi put his arm carefully around Apfzal’s shoulders and said: “Apfzal, My Friend, you are My Hero.” I can see it and hear it now, and I am awed and happy to be tearful.
That’s why, for me Rossi is Great! His rigourous education and reams of published text books is one thing. But it was Rossi’s humbleness in those moments that make him Truly Great in my ‘book’ – And I know I can speak of Rossi and of Stephen Richards in the same ‘breath’
*In 1947, colonial Britain divided the subcontinent into two new states: a mostly Hindu India, and a mostly Muslim Pakistan. Partition caused between 200.000 and 360,000 deaths, while 10 to 12 million people became refugees in the largest population transfer in our era.
So, I’ve had a scour of the dictionaries for ‘nuts & bolts’. And this is what I got:
“Essential aspects of something as in: They have lofty goals but don’t specify the nuts & bolts of how to achieve them.”
How cool is that!
How cool is it that I find a good title for my letters to you, usually, like this one, just as I’m waking up, therefore pure unconscious ideas.
I thought this letter was about Stephen Richard’s ‘bolt from the blue’ comment on This was a really good ‘bolt’
But you know sometimes if our ‘nuts’ are not in place, we miss the good bolts, as so often we are withdrawing into safety to avoid, understandably, the bad bolts, so we tend to miss the good bolts…….
Right, what is the something that I can help you to do, and get the result that you want? Together I want to help you get your ‘nuts and bolts’ secured.
What do you want to achieve for your self, what is your dream?
You can get crazy passionate about what you want to achieve for your self.
Sleep it, ‘eat it’, ‘drink it’, breathe it….
I believe in you and your dreams.
I have put my time and effort forward so you don’t have to struggle anymore.
We are far more effective together than we are alone.
Come visit me – and another ‘home’ for you to come visit is We are still working on this one, but be assured there are plenty of nourishing ‘cakes’ for you to taste.
Thinking of you Warmly