•  Daniel J. Siegel, M.D.,UCLA Center for Culture, Brain, and Development, author of The Mindful Brain and Mindsight, and director of the Mindsight Institute.

In Mystic Cool, neuroscience, psychology and spirituality find a common home, offering a place to come in from a hectic life. Mystic Cool presents an intriguing approach to transforming a disconnected way of living with stress into a richer, more integrated way of being.   

 •  John Assaraf,author of The Complete Vision Board Kit and The Answer, featured teacher in The Secret, and CEO of OneCoach.

 I love the neuroscience and the way Don Goewey has put it together in laymen’s terms. Mystic Cool shows us how to live the attitude that builds a powerful brain, so we can succeed at what really matters to us. It is absolutely excellent.

 •  Larry Stupski,chair of the Stupski Foundation and former president of the Charles Schwab Corporation.

Mysticism for the scientist; science for the mystic — Don Goewey puts it all together to unlock our potential for peace.  

 •  Gerald G. Jampolsky, M.D. recipient of the AMA’s Pride In The Profession Award for innovating a school of psychology based on attitude and author of Love is Letting Go of Fear.

Mystic Cool proves what spirituality has asserted through the ages; that success is inner peace and succeeding is letting go of fear.  Goewey’s approach is outstanding.  It can help change this modern era of stress and fear.

•  Richard Weintraub, Ph.D., director of the Professional Development Bureau, Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department

The principles and concepts contained in Mystic Cool are all part of a training program Don Goewey has presented at Los Angeles County Sheriff ’s Department. My employees and I have found real value with his approach to transcending stress and actualizing more of our innate potential to succeed in life.    

•  Kate Siber, journalist, contributing writer for the New York Times and Outside Magazine.

Three weeks into my effort, I’d become faster at recognizing troubling thoughts and much better at maintaining a calm, pragmatic mind-set. It was easier to solve problems, which made them less stressful. My stomachaches disappeared. 

•  Participants from the Mystic Cool Training

Thank you again for speaking to Kaiser’s home health/hospice social workers and nurses. They all said what a great in-service it was and how applicable they found the tools and prcocesses.  I really hope that we can see you again at another event.

The whole thing was outstanding! Don’s ability to get to the core of what , I think, all of us were struggling with was amazing. I felt like he really understood what I was going through and was speaking to me directly. And, what he said made sense and each week I had a way to deal with life differently. Most importantly, IT MADE A DIFFERENCE IN MY DAILY LIFE!   

The one-on-one interaction between Don and participants worked really well. I liked the interaction. It felt more connecting than other webinars and I was part of the group and other people’s stories were helpful.   

The guided meditations were very effective for me.   

I was freaking out at the beginning of this webinar and had a sense of grace in my life at the end and that was because of this Webinar and the tools I learned!   

Thanks for sharing your vast knowledge and experience with us. I think the personal connection this webinar facilitated was THE most beneficial mode to get this broad concept through to me. Taking the time to encourage the personal connection adds a tremendous amount of value to the course, your work and our lives.   

This course has the ability to engage us all in the formation of our best selves and to that end I hope this course flourishes in all venues.   

I really liked the tools, and the exercises as well as the quotes and explanations regarding how our minds work.   

Having the inter-action with Don was very helpful in clarifying his points. It also makes the exercises more real when I have to verbalize how I feel.   

The best part for me was coming to understand how we create our own stress as much as exterior circumstances beyond our control.   

All in all, this is very well put together, and has a lot of helpful information and useful tools.   

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