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Expand Your Comfort Zone

Reset Your Inner Thermostat

By David Krueger, M.D.



The function of a thermostat is to keep the temperature in a narrow range of comfort. Your comfort zone acts as an unconscious thermostat—unless and until you make it conscious. Then, you can do something about it. You can reprogram your mind and brain with what you want and when you want it.


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