Proven Results

We have collected data of several thousand people who have been through our programs and events at The Center for Healing and Life Transformation.

We measure peoples physical, psychological and emotional states with psychological tests and then we track their progress in all areas as they pass through levels 1-4 of the work. Thousands of success stories have been documented as evidence that the work is a new world wide science that people need to heal their lives.

We have data evidence that shows regular people from different parts of the world with totally different issues from depression to arthritis do miraculous things to heal their bodies minds and souls in just 6 to 8 weeks from starting to do the work at the center, with our courses or at our events. The same results are waiting for everybody. Through corresponding worldwide mindfulness research of 50 000 studies and 500 000 papers on the subject and its relation to our work on Contemplation and CQM’s we now have a formula for healing people and manifesting real change in real-time.


Research from 5000 studies and 50 000 reports from Yale, Harvard and Stanford show extraordinary benefits of mindful practice that gets us out of survival mind and emotional memory in the body to a new place of higher thinking, feeling and functioning. Harvard Medical School Phd’s recently announced “extraordinary, long-term benefits” Virgina medical school found that anxiety, mild depression, chromic pain, asthma, ADHD, and high-functioning autism, that can be treated with mind-based interventions. Browns university showed open-awareness and concentration, each with its own psychophysiological and neuro-cognitive effects. Insomnia, stress, anxiety spectrum disorders, and mental health though to proven insomnia, stress, anxiety spectrum disorders, and mental health improvement research at Harvard medical school. 

Using Contemplative Fitness skills to re-route your neurochemistry back into Sacred Self or Meta-mind, re-allows creativity, emotional and social intelligence and ultimately well being, balance and bliss consciousness to reign supreme. Healing benefits of Contemplative Intelligence may outweigh even the medication routes. Through a series of CQ Centering practices daily you will be able to move to an entirely new part of the brain, from closed to open, and allow an infinite potential of possibilities back into your life. We then thrive rather than survive and in doing so we are able to heal most of our blockages in a short space of time, and then move to maintenance of the minds CQ centering practices. Healing benefits of Contemplative Intelligence have been proven by over 50 000 studies and 500 000 research reports. Self regulation heals lives. Fast!

Contemplative Intelligence (CQ)©  is a neurologically based program that actually changes your neurochemistry to get you out of limbic system or survival mind, and move you to the intelligence center of your prefrontal cortex where you can reach your goals and live your dreams daily. The Healing benefits of Contemplative Intelligence can even shrink your hippocampus, that you can enlarge with stressful thoughts over time. So it actually changes your brain. Mark L Lockwood who designed Contemplative Intelligence (CQ)© says that you move from the fight, flight freeze or the downstairs of your brain to the upstairs. It is upstairs in the prefrontal lobes that creativity, energy, wisdom and freedom reign supreme.


Stanford also discovered that the work creates the ability to bring about “tolerance of the difficult experiences we inevitably encounter as human beings”. With the cultivation of this “affect-tolerance”.


Research has found that contemplative practices result in “greater mind-body awareness, an ability to reduce stress through emotional self-regulation, and, ultimately, the possibility of a “meditative-cognitive component.”

Harvard Health did tons of research on the fight or flight stress response, Amygdala Hijack response evidence, and discovered that its long term effects can be chronic physical and psychological illness. The work actually lowers High blood pressure, artery-clogging deposits and brain changes that cause depression, anxiety and more. They even found that it creates obesity, by causing people to sleep and exercise less and eat more. 

Some of the almost unlimited research references

1. Brown University Studies – The Rationale Behind Contemplative Studies


2. Contemplative Practices Behavior Is Positively Associated with Well-Being in Three Global Multi-Regional Stanford WELL for Life Cohorts


3. Yale school of medicine New study finds links between meditation and brain functions



4. (HRV) Heart rate Variability with mindful control techniques



5. National Library of medicine – Large effects of brief meditation intervention on EEG spectra


6. Meditation effect on Health and wellbeing 



Recent advances in functional MRI (fMRI), which measures how neural activity changes blood flow, have allowed scientists and psychologists to witness the real-time working of the brain for the very first time. We are now able to pinpoint the regions of the brain involved in producing different thoughts or feelings and identify the neural functions involved with the activation of lower and higher thinking, or survival and thrive mind. 

What we do is two fold. We double down on the work of growth, change and transformation by first halting the personality traits developed over decades that keep us stuck, anxious, fearful and in survival mindsets. Then on the opposite side we activate the 7 Pathways back to what we call the sacred Self. This is the authentic self. 


What the National Library of Medicine says about CQ Practice

Positive associations between well-being and a single contemplative practice (e.g., mindfulness meditation) are well documented, yet prior work may have underestimated the strength of the association by omitting consideration of multiple and/or alternative contemplative practices. Moreover, little is known about how contemplative practice behavior (CPB) impacts different dimensions of well-being. This study investigates the relationship of CPB, consisting of four discrete practices (embodied somatic-observing, non-reactive mindfulness, self-compassion, and compassion for others), with multiple dimensions of well-being. As with other canonical lifestyle behaviors, multiple contemplative practices can be integrated into one’s daily routine. Thus, it is critical to holistically consider these behaviors, extending them beyond a simple uni-dimensional measure (e.g., daily mindfulness meditation practice). We developed an integrative measure of four types of contemplative practice and found it to be significantly associated with a multi-dimensional measure of well-being. Importantly, our findings were from three large global multi-regional cohorts and compared against better-understood lifestyle behaviors (physical activity). Data were drawn from California/San Francisco Bay Area, (n = 6442), Hangzhou City (n = 10,268), and New Taipei City (n = 3033). In all three cohorts, we found statistically significant (p < 0.05) positive associations between CPB and well-being, both overall and with all of the constituent domains of well-being, comparable to or stronger than the relationship with physical activity across most well-being outcomes. These findings provide robust and cross-cultural evidence for a positive association between CPB and well-being, illuminate dimensions of well-being that could be most influenced by CPB, and suggest CPB may be useful to include as part of fundamental lifestyle recommendations for health and well-being. Full papers https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9603492/

The Harvard Gazette: 8 weeks to better brain function

Participating in an eight-week mindfulness meditation program appears to make measurable changes in brain regions associated with memory, sense of self, empathy, and stress. In a study that will appear in the Jan. 30 issue of Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging, a team led by Harvard-affiliated researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) reported the results of their study, the first to document meditation-produced changes over time in the brain’s gray matter.

“Although the practice of meditation is associated with a sense of peacefulness and physical relaxation, practitioners have long claimed that meditation also provides cognitive and psychological benefits that persist throughout the day,” says study senior author Sara Lazar of the MGH Psychiatric Neuroimaging Research Program and a Harvard Medical School instructor in psychology. “This study demonstrates that changes in brain structure may underlie some of these reported improvements and that people are not just feeling better because they are spending time relaxing.”

Previous studies from Lazar’s group and others found structural differences between the brains of experienced meditation practitioners and individuals with no history of meditation, observing thickening of the cerebral cortex in areas associated with attention and emotional integration. But those investigations could not document that those differences were actually produced by meditation.

An 8 minute example of a simple Contemplative Practice which used over time will render neurological, emotional and spiritual change to occur in the mind, body, heart of the practitioner.

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