I'll help you reteach your body how to physically let go, and you might have an aha-moment like Natasha did:
It's a 4 week Online Master Course teaching the three phases that are crucial for us to master in order for us to function 100%.
The ability to filter out what we can't control.
The power and exact process of what goes on inside of our minds.
And the most important, and unfortunately, most missed step:
The physical release that we are naturally built to do
but don't know how to do anymore.
You are not ready to let go and move forward.
You don't want to do the work necessary to change.
You don't see the potential for improving your life.
You have a tendency to belittle or be unkind to others.
You are tired of going to bed and waking up feeling anxious and overwhelmed.
Your inability to focus is affecting your relationships, your work and your ability to get anything done.
You want to let go of a painful memories and move forward.
You want to feel good.
You know you are meant for something greater.
You want to improve your own life so you can make a positive impact for others.
You’ve had enough of pain, fears, and limiting beliefs and you’re ready to do the work to make the change.
When I tell you I know the feeling, I really mean it.
My personal growth and healing journey started over a decade ago when I was raped shortly after I'd moved to Los Angeles. I was diagnosed with PTSD and depression, but I was determined to feel better again and I wanted it to be because of something I did, not the medications.
I wanted to get down to the root of my problem and do the work so I wouldn't have to depend on anything else to make me feel good.
I noticed there wasn't a lot of help out there and the help that was there, felt incomplete.
Like something was missing.
I spent years researching and educating myself on the subject until the day I met my ex-husband.
We married quick and became known on social media as #relationshipgoals.
People followed closely along our journey but no one knew what was really going on.
I was abused almost daily for two years.
After awhile I was no longer allowed to work or leave the house unless I had his permission.
Day after day I was told that I wasn't enough and that I could never survive without him.
He told me he would kill me before he would let me leave.
After being beaten, chased and stripped of all my opportunity to call or run for help, I'd given up.
Then one day he was feeling generous and decided I could see my friends and family for a short time again.
I hadn't seen them in almost two years.
Something inside of me clicked.
The home I shared with my husband had become my only reality but I was now reminded of life outside those walls.
How life was supposed to be.
I made the decision to do everything I could to escape but I had to get mentally stronger.
I started locking myself into our bathroom and bedroom whenever I could.
I pushed the dresser to block the door, keeping him from busting the door open and used noise-canceling headphones to tune out the sound of him screaming and banging on the door.
What I was doing was the exact three-phase process that I teach in The Science of Letting Go.
It's the process that not only saved my life by making me strong enough to get away,
but it also gave me the power and energy to start over from nothing and build the life that I had always dreamed of.
- Kate Sweeney,
- Socrates Gliarmis,
North Carolina, USA
- Evelyn Carmona,