THE NEURAL ALIGNMENT METHOD®

Have you ever looked up the definition of fear? I’m not talking about “False Evidence Appearing Real” but Merriam-Webster? Okay, well, #1 = an unpleasant, often strong, emotion caused by anticipation or awareness of danger #2 = anxious concern

Ha. Unpleasant?? Concern??? Is that how you think of fear? Or does it grip you in a vise, squeezing, crushing, unrelenting, or maybe it becomes shackled to you and you get used to dragging it around, sometimes not even aware of how it stops you cold, paralyzes you so you become immobile – so you sabotage your own good intentions! Do you recognize that its greatest defense mechanism is procrastination?

Fear can be divided into two responses: biochemical and emotional. The biochemical response is universal, while the emotional response is highly individual. How do you get to the root of your particular emotional response so that you can escape the clutches of your fear?

That question kept me up so many nights…rightly so, it’s critical to living a full life, to feeling like you are free and can breathe…

The result? (I won’t tell you how many sleepless nights it took) THE NEURAL ALIGNMENT METHOD®

The first step is identifying what caused the fear initially and what is triggering it now. When you can pinpoint what set it off in the present, you can trace it back to when it was created in the past.

Next, of course, is to remove the root cause of the fear…by correctly identifying and removing the root cause, the triggers of the fear will naturally start to collapse. This is how we are able to create long term change and realign the neural pathways to serve you, not destroy you.

When you have tipped the scales in your favor, your fear is no longer in control, you are – of your own mind. You, yourself, become the driver of your life, and this is how you will GROW EXPONENTIALLY!

Look, if you are not thriving, you are only surviving – and you can only survive for so long before you start dying, in all the ways that make you YOU. Together we can make thriving your natural state of being. Fear will take on its rightful place, #3 for Merriam-Webster: profound reverence and awe!