The exercises you sent us helped my son beyond belief, and he is now much more focused on football and has now started high school. He also graduated as one of the best in his class.
Deborah explained about Imaginary right in the beginning (unreal, etc), and I immediately thought of Imagine by John Lennon – and how we can imagine all kinds of fantastic things. I thought of that song every time she said imaginary (and that was quite a few times during those two days) – by then it had become a neural pathway.
It’s been a while since this happened, but it still feels mighty strong. In short, I was to fly with a morning flight from Tromsø to Oslo. I decided against placing an order for a taxi the night before, since I counted on it going OK.
Four years ago, as an adult, I was diagnosed with ADHD and ADD. It was a relief, as I then understood why I’ve always been so restless and have always had so very many thoughts in my head. Living with ADHD is “non-stop”! One gets to be indescribably tired of living with this for many years.
Every time I repeat, magical things happen soon afterwards. In addition to all the extra smooth flow that comes after the course, such as, for example, that the queue suddenly disappears, I become more patient, the bus arrives exactly as I get to the bus stop, etc.
I changed and everything became so much better.
I managed to control my thoughts. I have confidence in myself, self-worth, I speak out about how I want my life to be.
I can partly remove pain with my thoughts.
Fear of death, stress, headaches, depressions are gone and if negative thoughts appear, I deal with them.
I am a teacher and special educator, and without thinking about it I have used different techniques when I interact with students, but after the course I am so much more conscious and determined. Of course, the students notice. What just happened is nothing short of a miracle.