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“For me it was interesting to know the power of words! By opening up and talking about my personal situation and just by changing my perspective slightly, the change was almost overnight.”

“Michael gave me the tools to realise, first of all my potential and then to use that to get to where I want to be. I’ve ultimately found out what I want to do, yeah it’s great!”

“It was within a month I started to see results in so many ways. I started to be thankful for alot more and I didn’t see problems as problems anymore.”

“Personally and Professionally my life has never been better! My relationship with my friends is stronger and I have just started the job of my dreams!”

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Rima’s story – overcoming a fear of dogsfear-of-dogs

“19th February 2013 – no more phobia, no more fear, no more hiding, no more screaming, no more crying, no more feeling embarrassed, no more feeling insecure, no more nightmares. YES for freedom, YES for strength, YES for fighting, YES for love, YES for excitement and YES for success! a whole new me!”

Clive’s story and video – Rock Climbing

“Following our sessions – climbing up the cliff, I was able to identify the sensation that I felt which had scared me so much before. It was a sense that now I was climbing move-by-move further into danger. It was the first time the feeling was distinct and understandable. I can now objectively recognise it. The difference between this and previous trips was that in the past I would find that moment crippling!”

“However, I was able to recognise it and move past it. By using your positive visualisation technique before the climb and during those moments, I am so aware now I could control it and deal with it. I could take in where I am, identify any actual danger I could be in, but then identify the moves ahead and realise how I would feel by getting through those moves, visualising only the positive results.”

“I would sometimes force a smile onto my face, hum a silly song, and carry on focusing on having fun and trusting myself – like you said. I would also allow myself to express those moments, either with whimpers or the so called ‘power scream’, as to not bottle it up! You’ll hear in the video me making all the noises at the uncertain moments.”

“I have also created a 1min warm up routine before each climb, which covers those physical aspects (like not being warm enough), and also slip in those Alpha techniques you showed me. This has really helped a lot as well.”

“So in short, thanks very much! I know our sessions have been worth it, and it feels great to be able put a mark in this moment and move past it!”

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