Dina Proctor

About Dina Proctor

Dina Proctor is a mind-body connection coach, inspirational speaker and best-selling author of "Madly Chasing Peace: How I Went From Hell to Happy in Nine Minutes a Day." Dina has taken her journey from hitting an emotional rock bottom through struggling with addictions, food issues and suicidal depression, to having now found a consistent happiness (little known to most people) and turned it into a simple, practical method for others to change their own lives.

Quite by accident she developed what she calls "3x3 Meditation" (3 minutes, 3 times a day). This highly focused meditation/visualization practice has been the catalyst for her own (and now her clients') transformation. From weight loss and banishing addictive cravings to reconstructing relationships, this incredibly effective method has caught the attention and support of Jack Canfield and Bruce Lipton, PhD, among others, and the media.

Dina's raw and real ability to share herself and her story so openly, along with the power of her 3x3's, has enabled countless others to begin on the path to wellness in their own lives.

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3 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Thoughts

Spring is a great time for decluttering your home and office and detoxing your body. There is a lightness and a renewed energy as the weather warms and new life begins to spring up all around us. This season, what if you added a new ritual to your Spring Cleaning routine? Clearing out your THOUGHTS!

Madly Chasing Peace: Transformation in 9 Minutes a Day

Connecting inwardly multiple times a day has the advantage over one long meditation of shifting your mindset continuously, and repeatedly reminding you of what’s important throughout the day. Discover the transformational secrets of 3×3 Meditation” (3 minutes, 3 times a day) and how it can enhance your inner well-being.

ReInventing God

“As I child I’d believed that if someone was killed or injured or poor, it was because God was punishing them. Over time, this was one of the ideas that had turned me away from my childhood God. It just didn’t make sense to me that God would be that cruel.”