Previously, I was in a state of despair. Every morning I’d wake up feeling depressed and suicidal, or I would become manic to get the energy to do things that had to be done, like the smallest amount of work possible to just get by, even then my rent ended up being $5,000 in arrears. Of course I was evicted.
I lived in terror of my own mind and feelings. Constant mind-chatter and anxiety were my normal state, I’d forgotten how it felt to be at peace. That is until completing my Release sessions. My life now is one of inner peace and choice. I can focus on tasks, and do all the things I’ve always wanted to do. my relationships with people have improved, my financial situation stabilized within a short amount of time and has improved gradually ever since. I think of myself as being very lucky to have used The Release Effect and I hope I get a chance to help you find your own inner freedom as well.
I want to share with you the reason behind my passion for The Release Effect: For over twenty years I suffered bi-polar (manic/depression). I would go from extremes of feeling invincible one day to totally powerless the next. These mood swings cost me countless personal, business and social relationships. My search for an answer to my lack of control over my life led me to some very interesting places, from acupuncture zen, psychology to re-programming, re-birthing and primal therapy, the list goes on and on. My room looked like a self-help bookshop, with rows of books that became my lifeline to getting back to shore when I'd totally lose the plot. All of these approaches seemed to work, but only for a time, eventually the feelings of worthlessness, helplessness and hopelessness would return. Have you been there in some way? From all these courses, books and therapies, the penny finally dropped when I did the release effect sessions and realized that the feelings themselves were the problem, not "why" and "where" the feelings came from, just the actual feeling. A google study of the Amygdala will make this clearer. The result of this lifetime of searching is The Release Effect.
A guy who lives the same day over and over, until he is free of his fears.
Game of Life - by Florence Shinn (It saved my life when I was at my lowest point)