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23. The Mind-Killers
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23. The Mind-Killers

Audio version of 01/01/24 article

As I mentioned in The Future of RARE SENSE® a few months ago, I won’t be interviewing guests on my podcast for the foreseeable future for several reasons. One of which will become apparent in the next month or so. The good news is that I can now record audio versions of my articles instead. This is something I’ve always wanted to add to the content here. I realize that many people (myself included) often prefer to consume the written word aurally. It’s a way to make the most of an otherwise mindless task like driving. Therefore, I like the idea of giving you the choice between reading or listening to any of my posts. An audio file can also make refreshing your memory on a topic easier.

Today’s episode is a narration of my article from 01/01/24, The Mind-Killers. This is my current focus and the crux of the RARE SENSE theory and practice, so it seemed like the best place to start. Thanks for listening, and I hope you find these valuable.

DISCLAIMER: RARE SENSE® content is not medical advice. Nor does it represent the official position or opinions of any other organization or person. If you require diagnosis or treatment for a mental or physical issue or illness, please seek it from a licensed professional.

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DISCLAIMER: RARE SENSE® content is not medical advice. Nor does it represent the official position or opinions of any other organization or person. If you require diagnosis or treatment for a mental or physical issue or illness, please seek it from a licensed professional.