Entries by Patt Lind-Kyle

Who’s in Charge of Your Life?

If you want to get what you want in life and make life changes, your brain is the one in charge. To take charge of your life you need to know how your brain works. If you want to change jobs, find a partner, make more money, deepen your spiritual practice or heal from an illness learn to use the resources of your brain. Once you learn to instruct your brain what you want, it will follow your instructions. Continuing brain research sheds light on how the brain works and is giving us the tools to use our brain functions more effectively.

SMILE: It May Save Your Life!

Years ago Nat King Cole sang a song called “Smile.” According to new research these lyrics may have some scientific value.  Here are a few of the lyrics of the song. “Smile though your heart is aching Smile even though it’s breaking When there are clouds in the sky, you’ll get by   If you […]

Patt has released her new CD!

HEAL YOUR MIND, REWIRE YOUR BRAIN –JUST MUSIC! Order now by clicking through to Patt’s website Hi, I am Patt Lind-Kyle. Many of you have listened and worked with my two CD set of guided meditations that accompany my book,  Heal Your Mind, Rewire your Brain. After working with these guided meditations many people have […]

Heal Your Mind, Rewire Your Brain Workshop

For additional information or to sign up: Elke Browne, E-RYT, and owner of Full Life Yoga Studio (530) 277-3783 | elke@fulllifeyogastudio.com When: 4 Wednesdays from 3:30 – 5pm April 3, 10, 17, 24 Cost: $48 if registered by March 1, 2013 $60 thereafter Where: Full Life Yoga Studio, Nevada City Additional: Purchase of Patt’s book, […]

Audio: Interview with Gabriella Kortsch

In this interview with Gabriella Kortsch of BlogTalk Radio, Patt and Peggy Rubin,  discuss Heal Your Mind, Rewire Your Brain and training ourselves in order to re-pattern behavior and hence change the way our brain is wired. This positively impacts on suffering and stress, sharpens mental abilities, and corrects cognitive imbalances.  Listen to Gabriella Kortsch’s […]