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By Saleem Rana

Monday, September 24th, 2012

Interview by Allen Cardoza and Dr. Melody Foxx

Dr. John McGrail was interviewed by Allen Cardoza and Dr. Melody Foxx on L.A. Talk Radio about his very latest book, "The Synthesis Effect." The guest on the weekly Answers for the Family broadcast show has actually spent more than 30 years teaching and coaching an estimated 2000 individuals. Dr. McGrail explained "the synthesis effect" was the fusion of hypnosis, reflection, and psychology interacting together to create beneficial changes.

About Dr. John McGrail

John McGrail, PhD, is a clinical hypnotherapist. His healing strategy blends a passion for psychology and spirituality. His unique ideas on self-improvement has been presented in magazines like Cosmopolitan, Self, and Redbook.

An Integrated Approach to Wellness

During the radio talk show, Dr. McGrail shared myriad concepts on how people could rapidly improve their lives. He talked about the benefits of incorporating physical, mental, and psychological aspects in any healing modality. We experience discrepancies when we are not eating well, resting sufficiently, or effectively relieving tension; when we are over-investing in the opinions of our ego, which behaves like a three-year-old; or when we are not neglecting our spiritual side, which is the essence of our consciousness.

Although it often seems like life is dictating to us, we are, in truth, producing it. Typically this creation takes us by surprise because it is created by the subconscious mind. In reality, 90 percent of mental phenomena emerge from the subconscious mind, with just 10 percent arising from our conscious understanding. Good life adjustments starts to occur when we remedy misperceptions through techniques like hypnosis and meditation and begin to choose notions that provide us positive feelings rather than thoughts that "make us feel damaged."

Additionally, Dr. McGrail discussed the best ways to live by working to be at cause rather than at effect. We can, if we select, become less robotic and over-reactive by focusing on being even more mindful, practicing current awareness of the present moment, and devoting less time regretting the past or feeling bothered about the future.

Special Guest

Another visitor on the show was international investigator Logan Clarke, who reported on just how the Middle Eastern crisis was an interruption of all humanitarian attempts, something never covered in the typical news media.

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