Many a successful person has deep questions about life

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Many a successful person has deep questions about life

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Many a successful person has deep questions about life

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Many a successful person has deep questions about life

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Got deeper questions? 

  • Are you going through an existential crisis? A midlife crisis? A spiritual crisis?
  • Are you in the midst of a life transition? (Such as marriage, divorce, new job, retiring, empty nest syndrome, moving to a new city, recovering from illness? Grieving for the person you once were?)
  • Do you feel stuck? Does everyday feel like “Groundhog Day,” i.e., a rerun of the previous?
  • Are you perplexed? Looking for answers? Looking for deeper questions? Looking for profound insights?
  • Tried psychotherapy? Life coaching? Are you searching for something deeper & more effective?
  • Content to be “normal?” Or would you rather achieve Awakening? Inner-peace? Self-realization?
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Many a successful person has deep questions about life.

If so, consider Philosophical Counseling...

Do you yearn for true happiness and a more meaningful life? For thousands of years, people have sought out philosophers for their insights, in that regard. Indeed, certain insights can act as a catalyst to transform your suffering into emotional liberation and inner-peace.

But philosophical counseling isn’t psychotherapy. Its purpose isn’t to help you to become normal, gain mental health, to cope, or to become well-adjusted. The goal is far more ambitious. It’s to attain an elevated level of consciousness. In that sense, it’s closer in spirit to Zen Buddhism, but without the meditation.

Dr. Mark Dillof

Dr. Mark Dillof

And philosophical counseling isn’t life coaching, at least not life coaching in the usual sense in the sense of acting like a cheerleader or a manager who keeps a person on track. Some, though, have suggested that philosophical counseling is akin to “spiritual life coaching,” which isn’t too inaccurate, for like philosophy it’s aim is to effectuate a transformation of consciousness, an awakening.

Dr. Mark Dillof has helped many people to gain these transformative insights. Perhaps, he can help you. Contact him today! Don’t wait, because windows of opportunity aren’t open for very long. Dr. Dillof is available for in person from his office in Louisville, Kentucky and by phone and by Skype anywhere in the world, from NYC to Los Angeles, from Tokyo Japan to London England, from Brooklyn to Queens to Manhattan to Orange County California.
Dr. Mark Dillof has helped many people to gain these transformative insights. Perhaps, he can help you. Contact himtoday! Don’t wait, becausewindows of opportunity aren’t open for very long.
Dr. Mark Dillof

A recurring dream means that God, or life, or the universe is trying to tell you something important.

P.S. Got Dreams? Nightmares? Waking Dreams?

According to the Talmud, “A dream that’s not interpreted is like a letter that’s unopened.” And Freud wrote that dreams are “the royal road to the unconscious.” Alas, dream interpretation has become a lost art. Dr. Dillof can help you to interpret your dreams to gain priceless self-knowledge and insight into life’s deeper questions. Dreams can even alert you to practical opportunities that you might be overlooking or warn you about areas of danger in your career and business on which you might be missing out. "Got nightmares? Please check out Dr. Dillof’s video “The Nine Most Disturbing Nightmares: Their Secret Meaning.” https://youtu.be/4VPjU2qwYGM
In addition to nocturnal dreams, there exist “waking dreams.” Indeed, much of our life is a waking dream, for subterranean interests, desires, conflicts, and anxieties drive us, and for reasons that seem unfathomable to us. In that sense we are sleepwalkers. Dr. Dillof offers examples in his blog, www.mysteriousyou.com. He analyzes the deeper meaning of a great many things, from common relationship quarrels to the psychological appeal of Hatha Yoga, from the interest in tattoos to the psychology of vaping. Even a toasted corn muffin can be a doorway into the depths, and one’s favorite joke can be profoundly significant. There are clues everywhere, to who you are and what life is all about. Life is an amazing mystery story. It’s the most intriguing of detective adventures, and the reward for solving the mystery is inner-freedom. In any case, Dr. Dillof can help you to analyze the deeper meaning of these symbolic clues, in your own life.
Dr. Mark Dillof

Even your favorite joke says a lot about you.

Dr. Mark Dillof

Are you ready to ascend the mountain of self-knowledge?

P.P.S. For those who wish to get there fast...

What is the quickest route to self-knowledge, wisdom, and inner peace? The fast route involves illuminating the negative dimension of your life, i.e., your suffering. As C.G. Jung wrote, “One does not become enlightened by imagining figures of light, but by making the darkness conscious.” Whenever you’re unsure which way to proceed in that dark labyrinth called “life,” the negative is your guide.

Dr. Dillof has designed his philosophical counseling to help you, in that regard. This is a lot more ambitious than most present-day psychotherapies, whose very modest goal is to help you to cope with life’s difficulties. And it’s certainly more ambitious than life coaching, whose purpose is to keep you on track so that you can achieve your goals. Gaining illuminating wisdom, on the other hand, is very challenging. It involves ascending a much steeper path, “along a razor’s edge,” but the rewards are far greater.