From his early years, Guy Stanley has had a fascination with the mystery of life and the infinite question of our existence. Although his career for some 40 years has been centered in corporate financial management, his focus of independent study has centered on human psychology and philosophy.
In 2011, as a Certified Hypnotherapist, he formed Quantum Living Therapy to provide counseling to others with personal issues and to assist in developing their own individual growth. His study and guide book for his clients, On the State of Being, was made available to the public in 2014. This study seeks to bring awareness to the individual, not only for “who” they are, but for strength and assurance as to their relationship with the consciousness of self.
His related study, The Illusion of Self, published in 2015, continuing the discussion from “On the State of Being,” and expanding on the relationship of the Ego to our physical and spiritual selves. This study includes three individual case studies illustrating the how the Ego can either depress or inflate our perceptions.
In 2016, an additional study, Infinite Light was introduced, further developing this relationship of the physical self to the spiritual self along with the voice of intuition and reason. Infinite Light expands on how we learn to know and accept our true self and the principle of the “I AM.”
Guy Stanley resides in the Coeur d’Alene, Idaho area and has a private practice of life counseling where he works with issues of emotional conflicts and relationship trauma. Other areas of specialty include group discussion on the ego and understanding the self, meditative practice, past life regression and life purpose. Though his practice is limited and by special referral he will consider others with special needs. Inquiries can be directed to Quantum Living Therapy: email@example.com
Proceeds from any of our books and publications are dedicated to:
St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital https://www.stjude.org/
Shriners Hospitals for Children, Spokane, Washington http://www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org/