Making The Leap To Happiness with Gay Hendricks, Ph.D.

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How happy are you? Are you realizing your potential in your work, your relationships—in your joy? Gay Hendricks has found that most of us get along just fine, thank you, but we’re operating at a level beneath our ultimate happiness. We do a good job at whatever we do, which is satisfying, but something stops us from letting our true genius out into the world. Dr. Hendricks has discovered a “nearly universal human tendency to hold ourselves below a certain thermostat setting of how good we can feel, how much love we can experience, how much financial abundance we can experience, and if we exceed that we often dial up something that brings us back down below that old thermostat setting.” In this provocative conversation you’ll feel your own spark of genius stir as you discover how to make tiny internal shifts that will reprogram your mind to rise above that static thermostat setting and stop sabotaging your relationships, your work, and your joy. You’ll discover how to find your personal zone of genius where time stands still and effortlessly attracts the abundance, the love, and the miracles you’ve been longing for. (hosted by Justine Willis Toms)


For over four decades Gay Hendricks, Ph.D. has been a leader in the fields of relationship transformation and body-mind therapies. He served for twenty-one years as a professor at the University of Colorad, and went on to found The Hendricks Institute, an international learning center for conscious living, and Illumination University, a virtual learning center for transformation.

He is the author of many books including:

To learn more about the work of Gay Hendricks go to

Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • How you were programmed as a child to be unhappy
  • How you can make the leap from excellence to genius
  • What your worries can tell you about your ability to be happy
  • Why you’re only a breath away from feeling good
  • What you’re really arguing about when you argue about sex

Host: Justine Willis Toms     Interview Date: 6/1/2009     Program Number: 3312

Music Playlist

From Album: Horizons: Cross Cultural Jazz Sampler
Artists: Larry Karush, Mike Richmond, Glen Velez
1992 Music of the World CDH-308

Opening Essay: Track 02 New Age Hand Jive
Music Break 1: Track 03 Epominomous, Where Are You?
Music Break 2: Track 06 Blue Castle
Music Break 3: Track 02 New Age Hand Jive (reprise)