Jim Interviews Dr Canali – Bonus Interview
Welcome! We have filmed four series of interviews with Jim and Dr Canali. We hope you find these educational videos helpful to your understanding in your healing process.
During the interviews we discuss Unified Therapy™, which was the cornerstone of Jim’s work, and a wide variety of topics including the health and healing benefits of a regulated and balanced nervous system; early exposure to stressful experiences and its relation to chronic conditions; therapies; the mechanism of chronic stress, pain, and trauma; mindfulness and reaching higher states of consciousness for true innate healing.
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Jim’s interviews were edited and produced by Mary P Parker. For more information, we invite you to visit the Computer Management Corp website.
In this series of interviews, Jim Fazio, LMT, CSI, UTP and Dr Paul Canali, founder of Unified Therapy™ discuss the deeper questions about healing and human evolution. How pain and suffering is a catalyst for growth and change, how our nature, beliefs and culture can block our progress and developing emotional fitness.
Evolving the Brain to Assist Human Development
In Part 1, we discuss:
~ How We Can Evolve Our Brain and Assist Human Development.
~ How Does Unified Therapy™ Assist with This?
Emotional Fitness – A Key to Healing
In Part 2, we discuss:
~ We know about Physical and Mind Fitness. But Emotional Fitness? Could it be the key to healing obesity and addictions?
Pulling Back and Dropping Out of Therapies
In Part 3, we discuss:
~ Dropping Back and Out of Therapies
What is Required to Move Forward in Therapy?
In Part 4, we discuss:
~ What is Required for Sustainability, to Continue the Unified Therapy™ Process?
Pain and Suffering – A Force for Growth and Change?
In Part 5, we discuss:
~ The Gift of Pain and Suffering and Its Force for Growth and Change
Pain and Suffering – A Source of Our Identity?
In Part 6, we discuss:
~ Can Pain and Suffering be a Source of Our Identity?
Thank you for watching!