MindBody Mastery Personal and Professional Development Coaching by Corey Lee Lewis

Publications

 

MindBody Mastery Newsletters

Corey publishes a quarterly online newsletter for clients, students and followers of MindBody Mastery Coaching. Each issue focuses on a single aspect of personal or professional development and teaches you how to enhance your performance and improve your life in this area. Topics include how to get in the zone each day, manage emotional states, clear negative emotions, get rid of phobias, improve your business, attract more wealth, improve relationships, and much more.

To read past issues and subscribe to the Newsletter click on the link above to go to our Newsletter page.

 

Sun Yi’s Academy Newsletters

Corey’s Tae Kwon Do Academy, in Arcata, California (a member of the nation-wide family of Sun Yi’s Academy Schools) publishes a monthly online newsletter. Each monthly issue features an article on some aspect of personal development, ranging from health and self-defense issues, to emotional, relationship, and financial success strategies.

To read past issues click on the link above. To subscribe to the newsletter and receive future issues go to www.sunyisarcata.com and enter in your email address.

 

The Art of Becoming: Quantum Leaping into Your Future Self

In this amazing combination, part epic tale and part instruction manual, Dr. Corey Lee Lewis, a Mind-Body Master, takes you on a journey through time. The Art of Becoming describes the process Dr. Lewis developed of quantum leaping into the future and returning to the present. In this one-of-a-kind-book you will be taken with the author as he leaps twenty years into the future to learn from his future self.

 

When the story opens, author Corey Lewis has just begun this process of quantum leaping after having been devastated by divorce, the death of his brother from cancer and the death of his best friend from a drug overdose. Feeling lost and broken and in desperate need of healing, the younger Corey find the direction and guidance he needs from his older self.

 

As the author learns to maintain deep hypnotic states and transform how he thinks, feels and acts with techniques from a wide variety of disciplines, you will gain these skills also. You will learn about the Universal Laws of Attraction, Equilibrium, Change, Resistance and Persistence and how to apply them to your life in order to Be, Do and Have anything you want. You will learn techniques from Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Hypnotherapy, biofeedback, the Silva Method, and cognitive psychology for breaking bad habits, releasing fear and anger, building motivation and self-confidence, reducing physical and emotional pain, speeding healing, improving memory and sleep, and more, much more.

 

Spiritual Warriors of every kind, Seekers and Thinkers, Philosophers and Adventurers, all are invited to leap into the journey of a life-time…

 

…down the rabbit hole into….

 

The Art of Becoming

 

To learn more about The Art of Becoming, or to purchase your copy of the book, click on the link above or visit www.TheArtofBecomingBook.com

 

 

Reading the Trail: Exploring the Literature and Natural History of the California Crest

In Corey’s first book, Reading the Trail, he combines stories of taking college students backpacking in the Sierra’s with discussions of how to teach environmental writing, literature and science. Corey focuses on methods of experiential and transformative education to help students develop, not just academically, but also emotionally and ethically as well. Although focused on teaching Environmental Studies in college, this book details much of Corey’s experience with holistic and transformative education, as well as the use of peak experiences in creating personal change.

You can purchase Reading the Trail online, or from your local bookstore.

 

The Pacific Crest Trailside Readers Vol. I and II

This two volume set of stories about the Pacific Crest Trail was edited by Corey Lewis and Rees Hughes, both long-time outdoorsmen and PCT enthusiasts. The PCT stretches 2,650 miles from Mexico to Canada, through some of the most beautiful and rugged wilderness in the United States. This anthology collects stories of thru-hikers that hike the entire trail in one season, along with those that hike it over many years, as well as historic tales from early immigrants, mountain men and Native tribes. In addition, Corey and Rees include a few of their own stories, along with descriptions of where each story takes place along the trail’s long, scenic route.

You can purchase the Pacific Crest Trailside Readers online, or at your local bookstore, or visit www.pcttrailsidereader.com to see additional stories and blogs posted by fans and hikers.

 

“Spirits Rooted in Place: Field Studies as Pedagogical Paradigm for Creating Change” published in Teaching with Joy: Educational Practices for the Twenty-First Century.

In this chapter, Corey shares stories of leading students on week-long camping trips in the desert mountains of Nevada and California, while discussing methods of holistic education, designed to develop students on more than a mere intellectual level. Corey’s long experience with peak and transformative educational experiences that lead to direct action and changed behavior is shared here.

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“The Pen and the Sword” published in Greening the Academy: Ecopedagogy Through the Liberal Arts.

In this chapter, Corey writes about the power of the stories we tell ourselves. Within our own lives, for example, we tell ourselves stories—“I’m fat,” “I’m no good at math,” “I’m a victim,”—stories that limit what we see, how we feel, and what we can do. The same thing happens on a collective or cultural level, the stories we tell ourselves about ourselves as a people, shape the direction our society takes. Here, Corey examines our history of American environmental writing, and shows how these stories have shaped our public policies, cultural values, and social trends.

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