Real People, Real Results
- Greetings and Happy Spring!
- In my work and in my personal life, I often wonder: why isn't it more common to use our minds as a tool?
So often, we numb ourselves with TV, technology and other stimulation, avoiding the truth: our mind can be our most powerful asset toward healing and empowerment.
Amy, whose testimonial is featured below, was successful on many levels when she met with me, yet she still had some areas where she was inexplicably stuck. She experienced a dramatic change in her mindset after using Rapid Transformation Therapy (RTT), and I hope you enjoy reading her success story.
As some of you may know, RTT involves hypnotherapy, which might bring up a lot of preconceptions. I am passionate about busting the myths on hypnotism, because I understand what assumptions people bring to the practice--I came to RTT after growing up as a Catholic. Expect more from me on this topic, and feel free to reach out if you have questions about RTT.
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- With Gratitude,
- Amy Harris, Fitness Studio Owner and Personal Trainer
- Why did you seek RTT and what did you gain?
In the past, I had spent a lot of time making good progress on my mindset with the use of techniques including Bible study and working with a mindset coach. Although I had all the right tools, I still felt like something was pulling me back.
What I didn't know was I still had some limiting beliefs that prevented me from moving forward on goals. These beliefs weren't on the forefront of the mind, and I didn't know I had those beliefs. While I was a pretty skeptical about RTT, as it uses hypnotherapy, the technique helped me to see my limiting beliefs and then overcome them. I am now much more a believer in how powerful the realm of the subconscious is.
Can you share a little bit about what RTT therapy included?
I did a 21 day program, which included one face to face session with Nancy per week for three weeks. I also listened to a short recording during that time, once or twice a day, every day.
Before the first session, I gave Nancy my background in writing, and she read it. When we met for the first time, she had prepared words of affirmation for me--words that neutralized my negative thoughts through affirmations of the success that would happen as a result of overcoming my mental barriers.
She read these words to me when I was in a highly relaxed state and also sent me home with these same words on a tape, to listen to every day. Because the affirmations work with your unconscious, you don't have to be awake to listen. I loved listening to the tape and would absolutely use the technique for other obstacles I might face.
The follow up sessions with Nancy were key to see the changes that resulted, as I wasn't able to see them on my own. She asked questions to probe and see if change had resulted and helped me to continue to focus of successes. I knew that RTT was working when she would point out behaviors that were happening that were completely uncharacteristic for me.
What might you say to those considering RTT?
If you are a hard worker who always tries to work on overcoming barriers in your life, you are the type of person that might benefit the most from RTT. That's because we can't use effort to overcome something behind the consciousness. It simply doesn't respond to effort and work. Trying something that is a bit more passive and relying on someone else's help made a huge difference for me.
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- Mindset Tool of the Month
- This tool is very powerful. After I used it, I rented a dumpster and contacted a donation service to clear the clutter out of my home. Take a few moments to relax and write down the answers to a some important questions:
- What are you tolerating in your life?
- What are you putting up with in your home, business or relationships?
- Have you tolerated something for so long that you're completely used to it? How can you look at the situation with fresh eyes?