Valley of Renewell, LLC

"No matter how healthy you are,
your health can ALWAYS improve."
Richard L. Newell


Valley Of Renewell, LLC

Healthier Mind, Body,

Spirit, Emotions - 
and A Healthier Pocketbook!



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Meditate: [med-i-teyt] Verb (used without object), meditated, meditating.

1. To engage in thought or contemplation; reflect.

2. To engage in meditation, devout religious contemplation, or quiescent spiritual introspection.


Meditation: [med-i-tey-shuh n] noun

1. continued or extended thought; reflection; contemplation.

2. devout religious contemplation or spiritual introspection.


Transformation: trans-fawrm-ation. Verb (used with object)

1. change in form, appearance, or structure; metamorphosis.

2. change in condition, nature, or character; conversion.



by Richard L. Newell

I personally believe that present educational system in industrialized countries would be a lot more productive if the main focus was on meditation instead of teaching students how to ‘cram’, take tests, and talk like a parrot. The next thing would be to scrap most of the current curricula and adopt a course of study to maximize one’s potential as a free and independent thinker and a well-adjusted, productive member of society.


Cosmic Expansion Transformational Holistic Health (CETHH)

strongly advocates incorporating Therapeutic Meditation into one’s daily activities. This sets up a cause and effect relationship. Gradually, as one becomes accustomed to meditating, the quality of one’s life improves.


Our goal is to help others as they move from counterproductive experiences to productive living, from feeling hopeless to joy, and from floundering in distress to finding inner peace and joy.


As we undergo this transformational process, Therapeutic Meditation plays a major role in facilitating (easing, smoothing, expediting) our progressive transition from one state to another, and to another . . . and to another. This is one of the spiritual gifts we receive as we walk through The Valley of Renewell. Eternal peace, and other life-enhancing effects of meditation, can be felt in every aspect of our being.


Therapeutic Meditation gradually brings mental alertness, peace and calming, comfort and joy – and more - to every fiber of our being. Make a Firm Resolve now, to establish a goal which will lead you to experiencing sublime (uplifting, inspiring, transcendent) joy all the time, even under the most difficult of circumstances.


Meditating helps us to focus our thoughts, which would otherwise be unruly and difficult to control.


The coping mechanisms we learned in an effort to survive traumatic childhood  experiences are not valid or healthy if carried over into adulthood. These mechanisms unbalance the mind and cause us to bounce up and down between extremes in mental and/or emotional states such as euphoria and despondency.


Thearpeutic Meditation helps us to gradually develop an inner space of balance, control, and mental equilibrium, regardless of the external forces which come to play around us.


Counterproductive dependencies, such as tightly clinging to people, places and things, sets us up for future separation anxiety. Eventually we have to face being separated from our loved ones, locations, and possessions. Being mentally glued or firmly attached to them causes a high degree of anxiety, anguish, and turmoil. Meditation helps us to let go of them in a healthful, gracious manner.


Stressful situations at home, school, work, and etc., can bring on aggravation, irritation, despondency, or things of a like nature. Long-term Therapeutic Meditation helps us to accept things which are beyond our control. Instead, we separate ourselves from external circumstances and become warm, mellow, and forgiving.


“Adam fell that men might be; and men are, that they might have joy” (2 Nephi 2:25).


By systematically incorporating Therapeutic Meditation into our daily activities, we experience Liberating Peace. As we actively pursue our worthy ideals, our minds become enlightened, new opportunities present themselves, and we embark on a course of growth and progression both here and now - and which extends and into the eternities beyond.


“Weeping may endure for a night, but (with meditation) joy cometh in the morning”
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