Ian Cleary

RAS – A Piece of the Puzzle

The video below is a useful way to think about just how the brain processes all the information that comes its way. With the brain located inside our skull it relies on our nerves to send it important information. This includes information about the world around us and the working of our body. All of this […]

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East Enders Star’s Lightning Process success

July 12, 2017IanChronic Fatigue Syndrome & ME, In the News & Research, Success StoriesComments Off on East Enders Star’s Lightning Process success

A recent article in UK press about East Enders star Martine McCutcheon and her Lightning Process success. http://home.bt.com/lifestyle/health/wellness/what-is-the-lightning-process-11364193609824  

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Autobiography in Five Short Chapters

I sent out this poem recently to my Lightning Process Graduates and so many replied to say how much they related to it. The process of getting out of auto-pilot and retraining our brain / body to respond differently is not always smooth. It’s a journey that this poem captures well. Autobiography in Five Short […]

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Aha Moments

I love the look on someone’s face during a training when they get an ‘aha moment’ – the penny drops, the light bulb goes off, something finally makes sense.   These moments come when people are receptive, searching and open. There’s a willingness to recognise that there may be a mis-match between what is true […]

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The future looks bright

February 8, 2017IanChronic Fatigue Syndrome & ME, Inspirational & General InterestComments Off on The future looks bright

The Lightning Process is not just about getting your health back. It’s about getting your LIFE back. Chronic Illness impacts every facet of one’s life and so with recovery comes so much more than good health. A limited life becomes one filled with possibilities again.  Well done to LP Graduate Georgia who has gone on […]

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Back in the Saddle – Herald Sun Article

February 5, 2017IanChronic Fatigue Syndrome & ME, In the News & Research, Inspirational & General Interest, Lightning ProcessComments Off on Back in the Saddle – Herald Sun Article

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Healing or retraining?

January 27, 2017IanChronic Fatigue Syndrome & ME, Chronic Pain/ Fibromyalgia, Neuroplasticity, Success StoriesComments Off on Healing or retraining?

How influential is severity or duration on the course of recovery? From a ‘traditional’ healing perspective then you would say these factors are very relevant. But what EXACTLY needs to heal?  And even if there is healing required, our body is really good at that. A broken bone can heal in just 6 weeks. Skin […]

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From fit to fatigue

January 22, 2017IanChronic Fatigue Syndrome & ME, Lightning Process, Success StoriesComments Off on From fit to fatigue

There are many ways a healthy nervous system can get stuck into a state of chronic fatigue. Often it is a combination of factors that puts the system into a state of overload. I see a lots of people from of high performance sport get Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and often they are told they have […]

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Ode to Spontaneity

After years of physical illness people often loose trust in their bodies and life becomes a carefully managed routine to avoid crashes or flare ups. While people are busy planning all the things they want to do after the training, one of the joys of recovery is the ability to be spontaneous again. The ability […]

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Thought Suppression – Don’t think about it

“Try to pose for yourself this task: not to think of a polar bear, and you will see that the cursed thing will come to mind every minute.” Dostoevsky 1863   While you are not thinking of polar bears, whatever you do now don’t think of dancing jellybeans. And definitely don’t think that embarrassing thought […]

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