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Walter E. Jacobson, M.D. Psychiatrist. Mastery of Life Mentor. Speaker & Author. Emphasizing the power of spiritual techniques and cognitive tools to generate happiness, well-being and material success.

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Blog Entries by Walter Jacobson, M.D.

What Price Nuclear Power?

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | March 17, 11 at 06:17 AM | Lifestyle

Read More: earthquakes, Japan, nuclear power, nuclear reactors, tsunamis

After what has happened in Japan, anybody who says we shouldn’t put the brakes on our zest for nuclear energy is either a moron or beholden to special interests. This includes President Obama. Thinking that an earthquake leading to a...

Book Review: "Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and Actions," Authored by Guy Kawasaki

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | March 13, 11 at 04:35 PM | Lifestyle

Read More: personal development, positive psychology, self help, self improvement, success

“Enchantment” is a superior self-help book. There are trillions of books out there for people who want to get serious about their lives, about creating a business, a company, a presence, a successful future. Guy, Kawasaki, former “chief evangelist of...

Guest Blog Post: "The Power of Critical Thinking" by Maria Rainier

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | March 10, 11 at 09:35 PM | Lifestyle

Read More: self help, self improvement

Critical thinking is the ability to assess arguments and make objective evaluations such that poor decisions are avoided and positive outcomes are maximized. Listed below are some guidelines for critical thinking which, if implemented, will enable you to effectively navigate...

What Can The Uprisings and Unrest in the Middle East Teach Us About Our Personal Relationships?

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | March 6, 11 at 11:41 AM | Lifestyle

Read More: communication, happiness, love, marriage, repairing relationships, self-help, success

If we oppress our partners bad enough and long enough, eventually they will want to leave us and/or hurt us. Therefore: Best we not be dictators in our relationships. Best we not control and manipulate our partners for our self-interest...

Guest Blog Post: Today Can Be Your Best Day Ever (And So Can Tomorrow) by Tom Connellan

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | January 23, 11 at 01:23 PM | Lifestyle

Read More: choices, communication, happiness, self improvement, success

Imagine for a moment if you improved one aspect of your life by just 1% today. Let’s consider relationships. What would happen if you were just 1% nicer to your loved ones? How about if you were 1% nicer to...

Vid-Blog on Why New Year's Resolutions Fail

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | January 19, 11 at 11:28 AM | Lifestyle

Read More: building self esteem, choices, ending self sabotage, forgiveness, happiness, New Year's Resolutions, success

"The fault, dear Brutus, lies not in the stars but in ourselves that we are underlings."   IF YOU LIKE THIS BLOG, YOU'LL LIKE MY BOOK, FORGIVE TO WIN!...

Had Enough of Nothing?

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | January 8, 11 at 11:08 PM | Lifestyle

Read More: building self esteem, ending self sabotage, forgiveness, guilt, happiness, self loathing, shame, success

If we continually procrastinate and sabotage ourselves to the point of not getting the lives we want, we need to re-program our subconscious minds because it is not our being a victim of bad luck or some more concrete scapegoat...

The Destructive Nature of Name-Calling In Relationships

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | January 8, 11 at 10:13 AM | Lifestyle

Read More: communication, happiness, healing marriages, love, repairing relationships, success, well-being

Oftentimes, when partners are angry with each other, rather than address the issues in a civilized manner, sticking to facts, reason, and fair, appropriate discourse, they tend to attack each other, calling each other horrible names, assaulting and abusing each...

Guest Blog Post: Mesothilioma and Skin Cancer by Matthew Phillips

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | January 5, 11 at 08:16 AM | Health

Read More: mesothilioma, skin cancer

We've all done it. We've ignored important warning signs, those blinking neon lights in life that tell us to pay attention. And it's unhealthy. In life, there may be unexpected road blocks, but it suits no one for us to...

The Key To Success: Neutralizing Our Inner Critic

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | January 2, 11 at 08:38 AM | Lifestyle

Read More: inner critic, key to success, mental health, personal development, positive psychology, self help

"Is there something we're doing to manifest our success or failure?"I suspect there is. I suspect that, to a large degree, many of us fail because of our Inner Critic, a part of our mind that is incessantly finding ways...

A New Year's Resolution: A Call For Love

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | January 1, 11 at 11:13 AM | Lifestyle

Read More: acceptance, forgiveness, happiness, love, New Year's resolutions, self help

Many of us, oftentimes, call out for love from our loved ones in ways that are inappropriate, hurtful and destructive, such as when we attack them with verbal assaults when we feel threatened, rejected or invalidated. Underneath our attacks, including...

Self Loathing and the Power of Love

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | December 31, 10 at 09:05 AM | Lifestyle

Read More: forgiveness, power of love, self help, self loathing, self sabotage

We all have, deeply embedded in our unconscious mind, a self-loathing part of us, regardless of how much self esteem we have, regardless of how much good we do in this world, and regardless of how proud of ourselves we...

To Thine Own Bucket List Be True

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | December 26, 10 at 09:36 AM | Lifestyle

Read More: bucket list, forgiveness, happiness, inner peace, self help, spirituality

People want to make the most out of their lives. Duh. What I find fascinating is the underlying assumption that, in order to make the most out of our lives, we must attempt daring and bold feats of power and...

As We Forgive Others, We Heal Ourselves

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | December 22, 10 at 08:40 AM | Lifestyle

Read More: forgiveness, healing, self-help

Forgiving others is a compassionate thing to do. We know this. Nonetheless, oftentimes, we don't do it. We want those who hurt us to suffer for what they did. By withholding forgiveness we think we are punishing them, we think...

My Past Life Regression Therapy Training With Dr. Brian Weiss - Part 3

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | December 4, 10 at 11:30 AM | Lifestyle

Read More: Dr. Brian Weiss, hypnosis, past life regression therapy

At the Past Life Regression Therapy Training with Dr. Brian Weiss, people had experiences that ranged from fleeting impressions, images, words, and sensations to richly-detailed memories of previous existences. The one that stood out the most for me was a...

My Past Life Regression Therapy Training With Dr. Brian Weiss - Part 2

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | November 14, 10 at 05:16 PM | Lifestyle

Read More: Dr. Brian Weiss, past life regression therapy

It is not my intention to convince anybody that reincarnation is something that happens to each of us. For those of you who are cynical, I encourage you to temporarily turn off the logical, analytical part of your mind and...

My Past Life Regression Therapy Training With Dr. Brian Weiss - Part 1

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | October 31, 10 at 07:23 PM | Lifestyle

Read More: Dr. Brian Weiss, healing trauma, past life regression therapy, past lives

The premise of Past Life Regression Therapy is that there is a part of our mind that knows the cause of our physical or emotional distress and knows what the solution is as well. The goal of Past Life Regression...

When We Have The Need To Teach People A Lesson It Is We Who Have Much To Learn

Walter Jacobson, M.D. | October 6, 10 at 02:32 PM | Lifestyle

Read More: acting out, choices, ego, house burning, Tennessee firemen, vengeance

Despite it being understandable that, amidst our anger, frustration and sense of injustice, we might get pleasure from fantasy thoughts about a guy's house burning down because he didn't want to pay his fair share, it is unacceptable that thoughts...