With the Accelerated Personal Breakthrough Program you’ll be able to achieve:
Eliminate the baggage of the past from your subconscious mind and cellular memory
You’ve probably noticed that most of the times you can’t reason yourself out of feeling anxious, depressed or not good enough with logic or reasoning. Emotions don’t respond to logic because they don’t stem from the rational conscious mind, but are created from the deeper subconscious mind. With the Accelerated Breakthrough Program, you will be able to consciously access your subconscious mind and resolve the emotional burden that prevented you from accessing your untapped potential.
Create balance and congruency with your thoughts, emotions and actions
One of the major root causes of fear, anxiety and depression are inner conflicts, where a part of you wants to move forward and create a more productive and enjoyable life, while another part of you seems to holds you back through negative self-talk, procrastination and self-sabotaging behaviors. The Accelerated Breakthrough Program teaches you how to end your internal struggles to achieve a profound state of mental and emotional clarity and harmony.
Erase limiting beliefs and reprogram yourself towards confidence and self-esteem
Limiting beliefs such as, “I am not good enough,” “I am not safe,” or “I can’t have what I want” may have defined how you saw yourself and the world around you. The Accelerated Breakthrough Program allows you to replace your old anxiety-driven identity with a new foundation of self-worth and empowerment.
Acquire the strategies and tools to have more success, joy and balance in your life
The Accelerated Personal Breakthrough Program provides you with effective strategies and daily routines to implement, solidify and expand on the transformational changes you have made.
The subconscious is the part of our mind, which operates usually below the level of our normal consciousness. It is the vaster and more substantial part of our mind, and has, compared to the conscious mind, a much wider variety of tasks and responsibilities.
The subconscious mind:
- Stores our memories
- Creates our emotions
- Holds on to our core beliefs and values
- Is responsible for automatic patterns and habits
- Regulates most of our physiology
- Is the source of our intuition and “gut feelings”
- Uses filters, which allow us to make sense of the world.
In fact, studies suggest that more than 75% of our daily activities are regulated by the subconscious mind. Considering its vast responsibilities, it makes sense that the root causes of many emotional and physical problems reside in the subconscious mind. For example, unexpressed and unresolved memories and emotions that are stored within the subconscious mind can function as negative, limiting filters and lead to chronic anxiety, phobias, depression, addictions and low-self-esteem. Limiting core beliefs, such as “I am not good enough” or “I am not safe” are imprinted on subconscious levels and can keep us stuck and prevent us from seeing who we really are and accessing our true potential.
By working consciously with the subconscious mind, we you identify and address the deeper root causes of your challenges, remove and change subconscious filters and can effectively and create profound and permanent changes on the mental, emotional and physical level. With the right leverage we can move mountains. The enormous abilities and potential of the subconscious mind provide us with that leverage.
The point where fear and anxiety start to interfere with our abilities to function in our lives certainly varies from person to person; however, there are clear indications when these emotions are becoming serious challenges and need to be addressed. Some of these are:
- Frequently feeling overwhelmed and worried
- Obsessive thinking, overanalyzing, and ruminating about the worst-case scenario
- Overplanning and trying to control others and/or outside circumstances
- Growing difficulties with work and relationships due to insecurity, doubt, and fear
- Feeling paralyzed and stuck because of an inability to make decisions or move forward
- Seeking distraction and instant gratification in addictive behaviors, such as gambling, eating, sex, or work
- Obsessive-compulsive behavior
- Self-medication with alcohol, nicotine, or other drugs
- Physical symptoms such as insomnia, high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, chronic pain, and weight fluctuation
But no matter, whether you are struggling with any of these symptoms or anxiety appears to you more as a constant undercurrent, like the white noise of a refrigerator, it is never too late or too early to start addressing these emotions.
Medical research has focused largely on a physiological solution to emotional problems such as anxiety and depression. The most prescribed anti-anxiety drugs are either benzodiazepines (such as Valium and Xanax), which are often used for anxiety, or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs, such as Zoloft and Prozac), which are more commonly used for depression. While benzodiazepines directly affect the amygdalae by reducing its activity, SSRIs increase the level of serotonin in the brain, which is associated with mood improvement.
The good news is that this form of altering the brain’s physiology and chemistry can indeed successfully dampen fear and anxiety and make these emotions more manageable. However, this “improvement” often comes with a price. One of the challenges with anti-anxiety medications, besides their common side effects, such as drowsiness, nausea, constipation, and lower sex drive, is that they potentially lead to physical addiction, and you must wean yourself carefully when you want to stop taking them.
Many of the clients I have worked with complained that their medication didn’t only reduce their anxiety, but also dulled or even turned off their emotions in general. As a client put it, “I basically still have the same issues, but because I don’t feel them as intensely. They seem to be further out of reach. It’s a relief, true, but not really a resolution.”
There is also no doubt that antianxiety medications have helped countless people disrupt the downward spiral of fear and anxiety and escape a state of emotional paralysis and entrapment. But what came first—the chicken or the egg? Are neurotransmitter imbalances in the brain the root cause of fear and anxiety, or are they a consequence, a biochemical symptom of our emotions? If the latter is true, does restoring the biochemical balance really address the root causes of fear and anxiety?
I like to look at anti-anxiety drugs as a form of emotional painkiller. The purpose of pain medication is not to mend the fracture or close the wound that causes the pain, but to make the time it takes to heal more tolerable. It would be denial or plain ignorance if you would drown out the pain without tending to its root causes. If fear and anxiety are like physical pain, then their natural purpose must be to call your attention to the deeper emotional and mental wounds they are caused by. What if tending to these inner wounds—whether they are unresolved traumas, self-sabotaging patterns, or limiting beliefs—could lead to greater peace, wholeness, and self-empowerment? Would it still be enough for you to just fix and get rid of fear and anxiety? Or would you want to take advantage of their true meaning, heal yourself from the inside out, and gain access to your true potential? This is what I call the healing power of fear and anxiety.
The two most common factors that can block our abilities to change, heal and succeed are negative emotions and limiting beliefs.
Would you like to be free from the past and tap into the abundant resources you have inside, so that you can create the future you desire? The Pattern Resolution Process allows you to release negative emotions such as fear, anxiety, guilt, anger and sadness that are stored in your subconscious mind and thus gain emotional and mental freedom.
The Pattern Resolution Process utilizes the fact that emotionally charged memories are sorted and stored in patterns on the subconscious level. Whether you have been dealing with anxiety, insecurity or sadness, you probably realize that you have repeated the same emotional and behavioral patterns over and over again. Through the Pattern Resolution Process you are able to consciously instruct your subconscious to learn from these patterns and then release any emotional attachments. After going through only a few memories, your subconscious is able to extrapolate these instructions and apply them to all previous and subsequent events and situations that fall into the same chain of patterns. So you can unload decades of emotional baggage—and find completion and resolution with the past — in a matter of minutes.
This process also enables you to eliminate traumatic memories and limiting beliefs, such as “I am not good enough” or “I can’t do that” in a gentle but very effective way, which usually only takes a few sessions. With the Pattern Resolution Process you are able to create a complete clean-up of emotional and mental burden and free up more of inner creative resources and potential.
Time Line Therapy™ is a subconscious mind activating technique, which is derived from Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP) and Ericksonian Hypnotherapy. It is used to release negative emotions, such as anger, sadness, fear, guilt and shame and limiting beliefs (for example I am not good enough, I do not deserve) through hypnotic regression and subconscious learning.
Time Line Therapy™ was developed in 1985 by one of the leading experts in the field Dr. Tad James. NLP proposes that the subconscious mind encodes and stores all our memories and experiences. This enables us to keep track of time, even though only a very small fraction of this vast information is in our conscious awareness. The subconscious mind represents the memories in a linear fashion, which is called the Time Line. In a light trance state, a person can identify where their Time Line is by closing their eyes and pointing in the direction of the past and then the future and imagining a line between these two points. About 98% of the population finds the orientation of their Time Line relative to their body either stretching from behind them to in front, or from left to right. The orientation of the Time Line can give the Time Line Therapy™ practitioner valuable information on how the client experiences life and relates to the past and the future.
On the level of the subconscious mind, memories that contain a specific negative emotion or limiting belief, such as I am not good enough are chained together in a sequence of events, called the Gestalt. Rather than focusing on individual events, Time Line Therapy™ releases the entire Gestalt, beginning with the very first event of the problem until the present moment. This allows the individual to completely eliminate negative emotions and limiting beliefs from the subconscious storage, including those which could not be consciously processed. The fact that Time Line Therapy™ does not require the client to remember or relive potentially traumatic events is one the distinguishing aspects of this gentle process. In addition to the release of unwanted emotions, Time Line Therapy™ provides subconscious learnings and deeper understanding of the past, which supports personal growth.
The release of a negative emotion or limiting beliefs with Time Line Therapy™ takes usually from a few minutes to one hour. In order to test the success of the therapy, the client thinks about a specific event that before Time Line Therapy™ used to bring up the negative emotion or belief. Since the basics of this process are relatively easy to learn, the client is empowered by the successful release to work consciously with the subconscious mind and utilize this technique by themselves in the future. Time Line Therapy™ has been proven to be highly effective in treatment of depression, anxiety and post-traumatic stress disorder, as well chronic physical conditions, that involve emotional and psychological components. In addition, people who suffer from low self-esteem or feel stuck in their lives can benefit greatly from this process.
Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP) is a collection of very powerful tools and skills for change and communication that assists people in a wide range of professional areas including: counseling, psychotherapy, education, health, creativity, leadership and parenting.
NLP was found by John Grinder, an expert in linguistics and Richard Bandler, whose background was in mathematics and gestalt therapy, for the purpose of identifying specific models of human excellence. They studied the verbal and behavioral patterns of famous therapists, such as Fritz Perls (the creator of gestalt therapy), Virginia Satir (an internationally renowned family therapist) and Milton Erickson (one of the most widely acknowledged psychiatrists and hypnotherapists). Grinder and Bandler found, that by accurately modeling the patterns and techniques of these therapists they could replicate their results. Based on these findings, they developed specific modeling techniques, which they summarized as Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Neuro refers to the nervous system, Linguistic to language, and Programming to the repeated patterns and sequences of thought and behavior.
In essence, all of NLP is founded on a three fundamental presuppositions: The Map is Not the Territory. As human beings, we are not able to know reality. All we perceive has been filtered by the subconscious mind, which results in distortion, deletion and generalization of the information. It is the internal representation of reality that determines how we feel and behave, not reality itself. Therefore, it is generally not reality that limits us or empowers us, but rather our perception of it. Everything is connected within a complex system. Our bodies, our societies, and our universe form an ecology of complex systems and sub-systems all of which interact with and mutually effect each other. It is not possible to completely isolate any part of the system from the rest of the system. These systems are based on certain ‘self-organizing’ principles and naturally seek optimal states of balance or homeostasis.
Everyone is doing their best with the resources they have available. We always make the best choices available to us, given our current model of the world and of the situation. In addition to that, NLP also presupposes that we can all find the resources we need inside; we just need to find a way or learn how to access and utilize them.
NLP works with the conscious and the subconscious mind. In contrast to psychotherapy, NLP does not focus on content and why we have a specific problem, but more on process and how do we do what we do – and how can we change it. NLP is a very practical approach and is comprised of a set of models, skills and techniques for thinking and acting effectively in the world. The purpose of NLP is to be able to eliminate unwanted behaviors and increase the ability to choose mental, emotional and physical states of well-being.
NLP offers some of the most powerful techniques to help us get clear about our goals and become highly motivated to achieve them. NLP teaches us to become more aware of our own feelings and emotions and to realize that we actually are in charge of them. We don’t have to feel anxious, angry, sad or lonely – we can do something about it, if we choose to. Through NLP we learn how create congruency in our thinking, emotions and actions, and thus establish good rapport with ourselves and consequently with the world around us. It also provides effective tools to assist us to identify and change the patterns and strategies that no longer work for us.
NLP opens our mind to new ways of thinking, being and behaving, thus enhancing our ability to choose how we respond to any given situation.