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In 3 minutes you will have the answer to these issues.

Years ago, a Behavioral Study unearthed a disturbing discovery about traditional counseling methods.

This Research found that many of those who enrolled in traditional counseling treatments…

…took as much time, or longer, to Recover than those who didn't!

A variety of reasons could be contributing to this, yet the most important is:

We adults 'have forgotten' 90% of our experiences. Through our childhood filters, we deemed 10% ‘Important Enough to Remember’ and the rest has been 'LOST' (submerged in Subconscious).

This means, at best, most traditional treatment methods only have access to 10% of our Significant Information.

The unresolved Core Issues existing in our subconscious 90% remain LOCKED AWAY, indelibly recorded in our brains, but beneath our conscious awareness.

A Principle of Real Estate applies:


You must LOCATE the problem and then OWN IT (become responsible for it) in order to FIX IT FOR GOOD.

Did you know that whenever anyone talks about what they believe, they are simply referring to their conscious beliefs, which make up barely 10% of their total beliefs?


What does this have to do with yours or your partners issues?

The majority 90% or so of all our beliefs are subconscious, and come out through our actions...

Have you ever felt out of control?

Our unconscious beliefs can compel us to act and think in contradiction to what we consciously think and believe.

Up to 90% of our beliefs are subconscious, meaning that they are below the level where we can easily detect them or change them.

This is all psychological science!

Our subconscious gets programmed in childhood with these unconscious beliefs…

Our human personality is the result of the various interpretations we gave to our experiences in our childhood, particularly early childhood.

Almost everyone in childhood up to a certain age (around 12 years old) walks around in a hypnotic condition, accepting almost any suggestions that the people in their surroundings provide them with.

It evidently becomes much more difficult as adults to accept new ideas that don’t correspond to our acquired earlier experiences because of these perceptions of ‘who we are’.

Also, all “traumatic” childhood occurrences remain in our subconscious, locked away at
the childhood age (and perspective) we experience them.

As adults this perspective is call…

“Arrested Emotional Development”…

What is Arrested Emotional Development?

Addictions, greed, immaturity, fear, blame, shame, resentments, anger, confusion and suffering can all signs of arrested emotional development. When we get ‘stuck’ in our childhood emotional development, we cease to learn how to take responsibility for our actions and our lives. We get stuck at the point of some trauma that happens in our life that we don’t know how to let go of or to process.

One example, at age 6, your mother gave out treats to all your siblings except you, because you didn‘t finish your breakfast. However, as a 6 year old, you interpreted that, as “I am unworthy” or “I’m un-loveable.” Not only that belief, but that traumatic memory stays in your unconscious throughout your adult life and can affect all your conscious thoughts and choices…that is unless somehow you can ‘mine’ it out and heal it.

It’s not that your mother is a terrible person…it’s just that your unconscious memory remains stored from the perspective of that 6 year old, and it shapes your identity and your sense of your self as an adult.

What about your conscious mind, you say?

The problem is, that if there is a disagreement between what the subconscious mind believes and what the conscious mind believes, the subconscious mind almost ALWAYS triumphs, because the subconscious is MUCH stronger than our conscious mind.

The subconscious is the same place in the mind where we react (triggered response) to being “UNSAFE”. It’s called the Fight, Freeze or Flight response.

The subconscious dictates to the conscious mind…PERIOD! (Try to stop your hands when you fall).

This explains much about how we often don’t understand why we do the many things we do.

This is also where all addiction & many emotional issues come from in the beginning.

Psychotherapist Rhonda Christensen calls this the “Root Issue.” Her work is linked here:

SO…How deep does this rabbit hole go?

Imagine that someone was to bring up an incident where you were maltreated, and you either felt like you had forgiven the parties responsible (or that you didn’t even remember the incident and felt indifferent to it).

Did you know that when a person is put under a relaxed hypnotic state, that they still may carried the hurt, pain, and anger from that incident.

Consequently, conscious forgetting/forgiving does not necessarily equal subconscious forgetting/forgiving.

This is also the reason that most therapy methods fail.

And also why most attenders to the many different 12 step groups stay addicts…even after years of going to support meetings.

It takes time and psychological treatment to mend the core trauma wounds that are inherently at the root of this dysfunction of emotional development…

Click here to learn about the treatment method that I recommend!

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