Friday Feelings with Selim Yeniceri: Quantum Stretch


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Selim Yeniceri

Musician, Author, Artist, Quantum Coach

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↶ ↷ Spirituality↶ ↷ Coaching  ↶ ↷ Thinking↶ ↷ Positivity ↶ ↷


More Info on Selim Yeniceri UP Soon! 

In the meantime, Welcome!

Selim Yeniceri’s Social Media Platforms:

Facebook – Public Page for Quantum Stretch Series

Step into Selim’s Music Studio!


Twitter –Books, Music, Art, Quotes, Inspiration

You Tube – Books, Music, Art, Quotes, Inspiration

Google + – Music Videos, Interviews, Quantum Stretch

LinkedIn – Join his professional network

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The Selim Yeniceri Collection:

The Making of a Child Artist

Who Translates 300 Books?

Who is Selim Yeniceri?

Friday Feelings with Selim Yeniceri: Quantum Stretch

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I Don’t Know where the Train Tracks Lead


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About two days ago, I received unofficial word that Tate will end up keeping any and all money made from any book sales. Reportedly, they are not paying Amazon and other vendors for services. This is just the word. I have not confirmed it. Of course, I’m not going to call them. Reportedly, it is very difficult to have someone answer their phone.

I’m not going to get in a huff about this.
I’m going to remain composed and logical.


I’ll just keep smiling in a classy sort of way,
Plugging like a locomotive snow train sort of day.

~ Dr Margaret Aranda

Onward & Forward We Go!

I’ve been marketing my own books, together with a group of lovely Twitter friends who I respect and admire (so many to include, and I just can’t do it, but thank you to all!). And I know authors struggle, in general, anyway, and I promised to keep people informed, as I was informed. So that is what I am doing.

I was adjusting to this news until now,

and have not made any changes in what I am doing.

But probably within a couple of days,

I will stop Tweeting on my own books and instead,

I’ll ‘save’ Tweet collections as in a “Moment”

on each of my Twitter profiles.

Yes, I am sad about seeing my work get invisibly cut away from me in what seems to be an uncertain future. But … you know that I am a very positive person and I do hope that the future will be brighter. Somehow, someway, this has to all be a part of God’s plan for my life.belle

After all, when I think about it, I remember that my quarterly checks from Tate Publishing were, like,  $0.35.

Yes, it was less than the cost of a stamp. SO…

What can you do? Lots, actually, ranging from A – Z.

Personally, and for the moment, this is what I say:

“Oh, Well…” and I push on, toward the light.

As discussed in the original article on “What Happened to Tate Publishing?” I will keep you informed. My personal goal? To have my grandchildren hold my books in their hands. My plan? I am partnering to start a publishing company that will sell ebooks, for starters. Of course, I’ll keep you advised.

This is certainly a reason to turn something ‘bad’ into something ‘good.’
That’s what The Rebel Patient does.

She thrives on adversity and the sense of impending failure and doom.

She takes the negativity and turns it into positivity.

Her ‘friends’ relish the thought of seeing her fail.

She moves forward, each step of the way, striving.

Like herself, The Rebel Patient wants you to (you guessed it) …

Be the  Best Person You can Be,

Each Step of the Way!

~ Dr Margaret Aranda


I don’t know where the train tracks lead,

but I’m going to stay on them.

~ Dr Margaret Aranda



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You heard it first here!

Coming Soon!

The Rebel Patient

Website and Book,

“The Rebel Patient!”


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I Am The Storm Poem


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“I am the storm” is a “frequently-used” poem.

About a year ago, I first happened across it on my Pinterest Board. Here it is:


When I read it
I almost immediately thought
that the essence
was forged from brimstone
in a firey place of untethered resolve.

~ Dr. Margaret Aranda


I loved it. It congealed with “The Rebel Patient” that I have become. And I know that it speaks to many people. I told my friend, Selim Yeniceri, about it. I said,

“This is you!”


More later. Just absorb the poem.

And see if you think a storm is brewing here.

(Coming Soon! 3 New Books: Dream Tiger, The Rebel Patient and a surprise book)


Join The Rebel Patient on Twitter anytime you wanna.

She’s very popular as a concept in today’s climate. Go figure.


Go be a storm.

Pursue your dreams.

Be relentless.


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Thank you for reading my writings.

Stay tuned for 3 more parts to this story.

You know I like sequels.

Happy Day!


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#3: Six Men Review the Book: Archives of the Vagina

These men wrote Book Reviews for the Introduction of Archives of the Vagina: A Journey through Time by Dr. Margaret Aranda. Each is a woman’s healthcare expert in his own right. 1. Walter E. …

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10 Signs of a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

The MD, PhD Is In

MEDICAL DISCLAIMER: Nothing in any of our articles is meant to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease. Always see a doctor in person for medical problems. Call 911 or use your country code for emergencies.

For most people, a traumatic or acquired brain injury starts in the car.

Two million Americans will get a brain injury this year.


If there is lots of blood or broken bones on the car accident scene, or if someone is in a coma, a severe traumatic brain injury can be diagnosed on site.

At first glance, however, you need to know that a mild traumatic brain injury isn’t so obvious, like a giant train just fell out a window.

No, not at all. But the brain damage can be immense.

Here’s a looking-glass view of the brain and how it’s encased in the skull with the spinal cord. So you see?

Everything can seem perfectly normal.

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