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Changing Focus: From Left Brain Thinking to Right Brain "Being"


May 25, 2021

Book Details

Love is our purpose. We are here to discover love in as many different ways as we can. Love is our fundamental nature. It governs our spirit and all of life, and it is what unites us with the universe. Our ultimate purpose is to "be" in love, to enter, identify with, and exist in the feeling of love. Not being aware of the significant differences between the way each of our brain modes perceive reality can get in the way of us moving towards a state of "being."

Author Description

PATRICIA FRASER began taking private piano lessons at her local university, St. Francis Xavier, when she was five. She had a supportive creative upbringing due in large part to the fact that her mother has her grade eight in voice from The Royal Conservatory of Music. At the age of 11, Patricia began studying flute under the direction of Professor James H. Hargreaves and studied under him until she graduated from university. He graduated from The Royal Academy of Music in London. Jim was playing in the Queen's Band by the age of 13 and went on to become principal trumpet. Patricia has a BA in Music (classical) and a BEd. She has taught music in the public school system for over 20 years with a more recent focus on the indigenous community. She is a self taught artist and continues her passion for creativity and education with the publication of CHANGING FOCUS. She is the mother of three children that she raised as a single parent while living in rural Nova Scotia, Canada.

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