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Dentistation Consultants: Never Go to the Dentist Again. Realize Communications Principal: Mark Collins E-Mail: markcollins@realizecommunications.com. Dentistation: A Service Provided by Realize Communications.

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dentistation consultants never go to the dentist again

Dentistation Consultants: Never Go to theDentist Again

Realize Communications

Principal: Mark Collins

E-Mail: markcollins@realizecommunications.com

dentistation a service provided by realize communications

Dentistation: A Service Providedby Realize Communications

By beginning a practice of dentistation, you will never have to go to the dentist again.

The word “dentistation” is a combination of dentistry and meditation.

Beginning now, the context of a dental visit can be used to develop and practice one’s ability to meditate, to self actualize.

Mark Collins, Principal for Realize Communications, can provide a pre/post facilitation of the practice of dentistation. And in so doing, bring a greater comfort in going to the dentist. The fee for this service is $15 and includes a guided tour through the pre/post dentistation practice.

You can contact any of the employees of [insert dental office name] to discuss next steps in requesting this service.

dentistation an introduction

Dentistation: An Introduction

“If we are to be, we must be in spirit.”

Mark Collins

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Dentistation: An Introduction

By beginning a practice of dentistation, you will never have to go to the dentist again.

The word “dentistation” is a combination of dentistry and meditation.

Beginning now, the context of a dental visit can be used to develop and practice one’s ability to meditate.

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Dentistation: An Introduction

We no longer use terms like:

dentist or dentistry.

We use the terms:

dentistate and dentistation.

the lexicon of dentistation dentist dentistry

The Lexicon of Dentistation: Dentist/Dentistry

- Dentist: someone trained in the practice of dentistry.

- Dentistry: The science concerned with the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases of the teeth, gums, and related structures of the mouth and including the repair or replacement of defective teeth.

the lexicon of dentistation meditate meditation

The Lexicon of Dentistation: Meditate/Meditation

The emptying or concentration of the mind in order to aid mental or spiritual development.

To think about something carefully, calmly, seriously, and for some time,

The serious study of topic: an extended and serious study of a topic; to think about something carefully, calmly, seriously, and for some time

the lexicon of dentistation dentistate dentistation

The Lexicon of Dentistation: Dentistate/Dentistation

The practice of meditation within the context of a dental visit.

The recognition that we are our physical self, our mental self, and our spiritual self.

The practice of identifying your “something”.

why in a dental office

Why in a Dental Office?

Sense of rhythm: biannual visits.

Familiar activities and environment leads to less distraction and greater focus.

Encourages the disassociation of the physical and mental self from the spiritual self.

This dental office recognizes the practice of dentistation.

dentistation goals

Dentistation: Goals

What are some ways that goals can

limit or expand the success of your practice?

SMART Goals: (Specific, Measurable, Achievable,

Realistic, Time Bound)

Documentation of Goals

Flexibility of Goals

dentistation ground rules

Dentistation: Ground Rules

Dentistation Should Not Unreasonably Interfere with the Facilitator’s Business Model

All Parties Should Actively Acknowledge Emotion

Those Actively Practicing Dentistation Should Acknowledge that the Facilitator’s Are Not (This is “Your” Practice”).

Requests/Counter-Offers/Commitments

dentistation obstacles

Dentistation: Obstacles

Premature judgment.

Searching for the single answer, a single “something”.

The assumption of a fixed pie.

Forgetting that we are more than a physical being.

Thinking that we cannot talk with the universe.

Not realizing that the universe it talking to us.

dentistation the pre practice

Dentistation: The Pre-Practice

Show up early.

Consider journaling.

Begin active sitting (sense, relax, sense).

Sit quietly and do not engage in active conversation. To the extent possible, begin sensory deprivation.

If it is unclear, clarify with the facilitator’s employees that you are engaging in your practice.

Breathe in and out.

… or …

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Dentistation: The Pre-Practice

Breathe in and out (The Big Three)

Focus (Primary)

In/Out/Other

Impact on Back, Toes, and Mind

dentistation the practice

Dentistation: The Practice

1. Minimal Talking/Whispering

2. Sensory Deprivation (To Extent Possible)

3. Work in Quarters for Rinsing

4. Pats on Shoulder

5. No Sharing of Technical Conversation

6. Open/Close (Touch Chin)

7. Left Hand (Pause Request)

8. Abandon Time

9. Acknowledge “Something”

10. Breathe

dentistation the post practice

Dentistation: The Post-Practice

“What happens in the front seat … “

Consider journaling.

Begin active sitting (sense, relax, sense).

Sit quietly and do not engage in active conversation. To the extent possible, begin sensory deprivation.

If it is unclear, clarify with those you are with that you are engaging in your practice.

Breathe in and out.

… or …

dentistation what next

Dentistation: What Next?

Have a sense of “something”.

Wander back into your practice (both back into the physical room of this building, but also back into the room of your spirit).

dentistation a conclusion

Dentistation: A Conclusion

“If we are to be, we must be in spirit.”

Mark Collins