MP3 Patrick Marsolek - Intuition and Consciousness
Join Patrick Marsolek - author of “Transform Yourself” and “A Joyful Intuition” - in an exploration of intention, trance, intuition, states of consciousness and the body.
and the relationship between the unconscious,
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Join Patrick Marsolek in an exploration of intuition and Consciousness. You can expand and explore your own abilities and come to a greater understanding what makes your mind work, how to use trance and focused states of awareness, and your own intuitive abilities. You can enter on a joyful path of amazing self-discover or continue on your path expanding into new territories.
Patrick Marsolek is an author, teacher, facilitator, and director of Inner Workings Resources.
Patrick teaches Remote Viewing, Self-hypnosis and Compassionate Communication workshops, exploring trance, writing and researching on consciousness and leading field trips to ancient sites in Montana. He also has a private hypnotherapy practice in Helena and Great Falls Montana.
Through Inner Workings Resources, Patrick explores many personal fascinations which have led his professional life. He offers presentations to different organizations and the public on self-empowerment, stress relief, relaxation, boundary setting and communication. Transformational retreats are also used to deeper explore with groups. These three- to four-day workshops have given participants an opportunity to go deeper into personal exploration, intuition, working with trance and personal transformation, rhythm and music and working with landscapes. I usually do one or two of these longer retreats every year.
Patrick also regularly offfers volunteer presentations at schools and volunteers with Hospice in Helena providing hypnotherapy services for such things as anxiety, sleep issues, pain control, emotional issues and the transition to death. He also offer my services every year to the Women Power retreat at the Feathered Pipe Ranch near Helena, Montana, for women with AIDS.
Patrick is also the author of Transform Yourself: a self-hypnosis manual and a series of articles on spirituality and consciousness. He has produced a series of 9 audio cds on self-hypnosis, relaxation, and visualization techniques and a series of instructional Argentine Tango videos.
The following is an excerpt from A Joyful Intuition, which includes one of the intuitive exercises.
Intuition is a natural human ability of directly perceiving information that is meaningful to us. If you are interested in tapping into your intuition more easily and reliably, you can. Here’s a simple exercise you can try to help you learn how it works.
Remember a conversation you had recently with a close friend. Remember the sound of her voice, phrases she used and what you felt and experienced when talking with her. By remembering her, you begin to resonate with her in the present.
Once you’ve ‘tuned in’ to her, ask yourself a question or two; “Is she home? Is she at work? Is she feeling happy or sad?” Ask questions you would ask her in person, but that you don’t know the answer to now. After asking each question, wait for an answer within yourself. Notice anything you experience after you ask the question and write it down.
What else would you ask her in person? Ask more questions. You can notice and allow whatever thought, perception, or even imagined response you have to each question. Whatever you sense, even if you think it’s your imagination, write it down. Ask as many questions as you want, noticing any perceptions you have for each question.
Then when you’re ready, call your friend. Share with her what you’re doing. Ask her the same questions. Take notes. Be aware how you feel as you get your feedback. Even as you talk with her, you are in an intuitive process and learning about yourself. Be sure to thank her for helping you with your exploration and learning.
When you’re done with your conversation, go back to your list. Circle any perceptions you wrote down that you feel were correct. Remember the sensations you had for the these answers. Was there any consistency? How about the ones that didn’t seem related to the feedback? With attention, you will start to know the difference.
This exercise is a simple way of directly applying intuition. There are unlimited ways to use it. Any time you are going to get some information through normal sensory channels, you can check your intuition first. Ask, pay attention, and note your results. Then get your feedback and compare your results. You can have fun and every new experience can be part of your learning.
What happens when you’re at work and you get a pleasant sense that reminds you of another friend? Do you imagine they’re thinking about you? Call them and see. If you don’t ask, you’ll miss the opportunity to validate your intuition.
When you trust your intuition, you activate a personal intelligence and wisdom that can be deeply meaningful and fulfilling. Using your intuition doesn’t replace your ability to think rationally. It just augments it and balances it. Paying attention to that information can enrich the quality of your life.
Patrick Marsolek - Qualifications and Experience
2009 - Facilitating boundaries training at the Peak Health and Fitness Center, Great Falls, Mt.
2008 - Presentation at the Bridging the Gap Alternative Medicine Conference - Missoula, MT.
2008 - Support staff for the weeklong NVC Family Camp on Vashon Island.
2008 - Facilitation of The Conscious Universe, an experiential, transformative retreat with James O''Dea and Susan Burns. Portland, OR.
2007 - 2009 Facilitation of the Montana Men''s Foundation retreat. Camp Mimanagish, MT
2007 - Present - Offering private Hypnotherapy Sessions at Clinic Cancer Care - Great Falls Clinic.
2006 - Facilitation of Crossing the Threshold, an experiential, transformative retreat with James O''Dea. Boulder, MT.
2006 - 2008 - Consulting/advisor to Healer Within exhibit at ExplorationWorks museum of Science and Culture, Helena, MT.
2002 - Present - Publication of a series of 10 audio CDs on self-hypnosis and relaxation.
2001 - present - Offering presentations on self-hypnosis, stress relief and personal care to:
* Bereavement groups with Hospice(8x)
* Hospice staff(2x)
* Montana chapter of social workers conferences(3x)
* Blue Cross/Blue Shield(3x),
* Local church groups
* Jobs for Montana graduates
* Montana Safe Place - for victims of domestic violence and abuse
* Head Start
* Woman Power - women living with AIDS(7x)
* Clinic Cancer Care - Great Falls Clinic
2004 - Present - Volunteer Hospice of St. Peter''s - hypnotherapy with Hospice patients and hypnotherapy support for bereavement support groups.
2004 to 2006 - President on the board of the Helena Life Transition Network.
2004 - 2008 - Conducting intuitive, participatory field trips to haunted sites in Central montana with Ellen Baumler.
2004 - Presentation on Remote viewing as an awareness practice at National Remote Viewing Conference.
2003 - Coordinating intuitive investigation of missing person.
2002 - 2005 - Remote Viewing Consulting for Angela Thompson Smith and the Nevada Remote Viewing Group in boulder City, NV.
2002 - 2005 - Conducting intuitive inquiry field trips to prehistoric sites in Montana.
2001 - Presentation on sensory awareness and intuition at National Remote Viewing Conference.
2000 - Present - On Board of Helena Noetics Group
1996 - Present - Writing articles on intuition, archaeology and consciousness. Currently writing a manual on sensory awareness and intuition.
1999 - Present - Member of the Intuition Network.
1999 - Present - Clinical Hypnotherapist.
1999 - Present - Director Investigative Research Field Station - Archaeology projects in 1999, 2000, and 2001.
1993 - 1998 - Research assistant, Investigative Research Field Station - Multidisciplinary research into consciousness, intuition, geology and archaeology. Specific archaeology excavation projects using intuitives in 1997 & 1998, and field work from 1995-1998.
2010 - Book: A Joyful Intuition: how to access your inner knowing for insight, healing and happiness.
2009 - Beginning Argentine Tango Classes Vol. 2 - DVD (With Sundi West.)
2008 - Beginning Argentine Tango Classes Vol. 1 - DVD (With Sundi West.)
2008 - Essays in Forbidden Science: From Ancient Technologies to Free Energy by J. Douglas Kenyon
2006 - Book: Transform Yourself: a self-hypnosis manual.
2004 - Learning Intuition and Remote Viewing as an Awareness Practice (IRVA 2004) - DVD
2001 - Developing Sensory Awareness for Facilitation of Remote Viewing. In: Remote Viewing - Psychic Spies LIVE 6 Part Series - 3 DVD Set - DVD
1996 - Present - Articles in Atlantis Rising Magazine
1999 - Present - Audio Cds for relaxation and self-hypnosis
2010 - Heartdance Workshop - Missoula, MT. - Presented by Turning Wheel
2008 - Family Constellations training with the Maitri Institute - Seattle
2008 - Bridging the Gap Integrative Medicine & Health Conference
2007 - 5 Day NonViolent Communication Retreat, Ben Lomond, CA
2006 - 5 Day Intensive training in Bohmian Dialogue and Communication with Lee Nichol
2006 - Quantum Touch training.
2005 - Attended Language of Spirit Conference - Albuquerque, NM
2005 - ACHE hypnotherapy conference - Glendale, CA.
2003 - ACHE hypnotherapy conference - Glendale, CA.
2002 - ERV medical intuitive introductory training with Julie Ryder.
2001 - Advanced Hypnotherapy training - Hypnotherapy Training Institute
2001 - ERV introductory training with Beverly Jaegers.
1999 - Hypnotherapy certification and training- Hypnotherapy Training Institute
1997-1999 - Regular CRV practice.
1997 - CRV introductory training with Angela Smith.
1993-1998 - Personal mentoring in ERV techniques with Raymond Worring, especially applied to archaeological investigation. Also training in using altered states of consciousness and trance in service to intuitive inquiry (ERV protocols). Including personal work with George McMullen, intuitive archaeologist.
1984 - Present - Daily Meditation practice and self-inquiry.