What is Rapid Transformational Therapy & How Does it Work?

Did you hear about the new therapy that is spreading and healing the world like wild fire? I have. It has impacted me on such a deep level and that is why I want to introduce it to you too.

But why is it spreading in the world like wild fire? The answer is immediate, it’s in its effectiveness.

This therapy is Rapid, it is Transformational and it is deeply Healing.

Are you one of those, who has spent weeks and months talking about your issues, trying different methods, looking for solutions over and over again and in the end nothing really changed, or maybe you are one of those, who is just looking for a great and effective therapy for yourself. Let me share with you how you can heal and what Rapid Transformational Therapy can do for you.

What is Rapid Transformational Therapy?

Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is a unique, pioneering therapy that looks at you as a whole being with emotional, mental and physical needs.

It’s based on neuroscience, and offers fast, effective results by combining the most beneficial principles of Hypnotherapy, Psychotherapy, Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

What really happens during Rapid Transformational Therapy?

Firstly, the therapist carefully examines your conscious thoughts, emotional patterns and your body`s response to those patterns.

Then the therapist takes you into a deeply relaxed state of hypnosis. As you have probably heard, hypnosis doesn’t send you to sleep, it does quite the opposite instead. It wakes you up to your amazing potential. Hypnosis is an absolutely natural and safe state of being. Without realising, we are very familiar with it as we go in and out of hypnosis constantly during our daily activities. For instance, when we are watching our favourite movie, or are just about to fall asleep, or when we wake up early in the morning, we are in the relaxed state of hypnosis. So, it is absolutely safe and familiar to us.

What happens during hypnosis?

During hypnosis our conscious mind becomes calm and quiet. The conscious mind is the part of our mind which is constantly active and observing and commenting on every action we make. It likes to criticise others and ourselves, it doubts and creates stress and anxiety.

With the technique of hypnosis the conscious mind becomes relaxed and we have open access to our subconscious, which exists underneath our conscious mind.

There in the subconscious, everything is stored. We have access to all our memories, our deeply installed beliefs, behaviours, patterns and emotional imprints. These limiting subconscious beliefs and behaviours run in the background like a computer program and we aren’t consciously aware of them, but they are constantly influencing our life, how we feel, our decisions and reactions.

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