Greg Schmaus is the CEO of Healing 4D, a Holistic Health Practitioner, Shamanic Energy Healer, and Massage Therapist. He is the creator of “Healing The Mind,” a 21 day holistic mental health program. With a fully integrated approach to physical and mental health, Greg supports students across the world in gaining understanding and meaning to their healing journey.
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Through his online programs and personal client coaching, Greg guides students and clients towards higher awareness, empowerment, and freedom in their lives through authentic lifestyle practices. Over the past decade, Greg has coached countless clients with various physical and mental health challenges; integrating the lessons of many of his great teachers and mentors, including Paul Chek and Alberto Villoldo.
In this episode we cover
- Greg’s experience with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
- Some drivers of OCD
- Why his experience with OCD was one of the greatest gifts he ever received
- The influence of the gut on the brain
- How he moved through it
- How Greg helps others with similar experiences
- Why simplicity is key
- And so much more
- Greg Schmaus website
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