I’m not admitting much if I say, occasionally, I’ve been on edge lately.
Not all the time, thankfully, or even most of the time.
But often enough.
I could write it off as being a condition of the times – an inevitability, given everything that’s going on.
Or I could blame my genetics or upbringing or neurochemistry.
None of that’s true, though, as I have the means to reverse it.
This happened the other day. I let things get to me a little too much, so then I took responsibility for my own mental state.
How – by wishing it to be so?
Or by beating myself up for not being stronger than this?
When I want to make a change, I work with my neurology, not against it. It’s the only way – unless you enjoy pointless, painful and sometimes dangerous struggling.
Your mind works best when it’s not a battlefield.
But, okay – what does that mean, to “work with your neurology”?
It’s simple, really. If you don’t like what it’s doing and you can’t make it stop… reboot it.
My Neural Reset technique wipes your slate clean, like a good night’s sleep – only more reliably and in a fraction of the time.
And you stay conscious the entire time.
And – crucially in this time – you can do it from home. As long as you have an internet connection and some way to see and hear me, we’re good to roll.
Speaking of rolling, why don’t you do so over to this link and make yourself an appointment: