Not Broken…Just Stuck
Here’s a radical thought. What if the way you are thinking about your condition became an obstacle for full recovery.
Would you be willing to begin to think about your condition differently?
What would it be like to begin to think about yourself as just stuck rather than broken.
What would it be like to think that you already have all the resources inside for making massive change in your life and health.
What would it be like to know that you are not missing anything, lacking anything, deficient in anything. You just need to know how to change.
What would it be like to get back in the drivers seat of life.
What it be like to begin to look at the role the brain and chronic stress can play in physical health without thinking it means you’re crazy or the problem is ‘all in your head’.
What would it be like to think differently about the things you are experiencing – pain, tiredness, stress, fear, negativity, low motivation, frustration, sadness. To see these as normal AND essential human responses …… that can become ‘stuck’ states due to neuroplasticity.
What it be like to hear that brain science is really clear that while a brain can become stuck it also retains it’s capacity to change until the day we die.
What would it be like to think that the problem is not brokenness but stuckness.
What would that be like?
You probably know what it’s like to be told that your tests seem fine so we don’t really know what’s going on but we do know there is no cure and you just have to learn to live with it and manage it. Yet you know that people ARE getting well.
Is it time to begin to think differently about yourself, your health and your life?
EXCITED, CURIOUS, UNCERTAIN?……..
But be ready to begin to think differently……
Drop me an email and arrange a time to discuss your situation and the Lightning Process.
Read about other people’s experience HERE. As you read their successes, just know that each one of these people once thought the way you did, they felt broken, they were probably told there ‘is no cure’ and they would just have to learn to live with it or manage the best they can.
If others can you… can you?
What would it be like to be one of the success stories?