I will help to demystify the act of falling and growing in love through a deeper understanding of neuroplasticity and our personal patterns formed in early development. I will then guide a workshop through unraveling and unlearning these patterns with actionable and easy-to-maintain practices to enhance our daily lives and lasting relationships.
“Everyone wants to be happy, joyful and fulfilled,” said Kramer. “However, we have a brain that is wired for fear because all living creatures are wired for a fight-flight response to survive. Our brain cannot tell the difference between stress and danger, reminding us of our triggers from the past to protect us with these ‘phantom emotions.’ To change this pattern, I work with people to realize that every behavior has a positive intent. When we are in the fear part of our brain, we are reacting like a reflex. We must train our brain and nervous system to respond differently, allowing us to pull back from our phantom emotions.”
Helen reminds us, though substances are used to temporarily alleviate underlying distress, they are not intrinsically capable of eliminating the problem, so they need to be repeated over and over again. This gives temporary relief, but the underlying discomfort only grows. And now there is an additional problem – the problem of addiction.
I would like you to experience a most beautiful healer, Sirriya Din, who has liberated me with a cutting-edge consciousness technique called Morphic Awakening. I am constantly moved to tears of gratitude as I experience greater and greater bliss. Join me November 5th, so together we can experience the peace, joy and love that has been our birthright.....Helen
As we transition from summer into fall, we embrace a new season in our own lives. Let's transform the energy that goes into creating stress and create fulfillment and joy instead! I am enthusiastic about setting up my fall schedule and would love to support you in making this an exciting time of transition.
Too often we give our power away and inadvertently, lose our sense of worthiness in the process. Our culture hasn’t been able to teach you what it means to be truly powerful. As a result, you may often feel diminished unnecessarily. That diminishment may take the form of feelings of awkwardness, embarrassment, shame or child by feelings of vulnerability. Our culture didn’t understand that it is every child’s birthright to feel unconditionally loved.
We all want to receive love and compassion, and romantically, “oral sex” is one way to experience these feelings. If we do not receive enough love early in life, we do not feel lovable, and we can become obsessed with behaviors that temporarily make us feel lovable. Please watch and share with others who may benefit from this insight. I am available in-person, on the phone or on Skype if you or anyone you love are struggling to maintain feelings of being lovable, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every behavior has a positive intent, and when that intent isn’t realized it’s because we haven’t been given what we need to actualize your positive goal. Positive feelings that eating produced set off a chemical in your brain, dopamine, which is connected to the pleasure system in your brain. It takes energy to change and I want to teach you how to harness the energy you need to override this reflexive pattern of overeating.
I want to share with you an experience that has been transformative for me and countless numbers of friends and clients. When I received unconditional love everything in my life opened up and became richer and fuller. I became more loving and attracted more love into my life. This is what I would like for you to experience and that’s why made this video.
In our culture, we are conditioned to believe that if we didn’t get the unconditional love we deserved as children we can have a “do over” and get it in a romantic relationship. I believe that every behavior has a positive intent no matter what the outcome is. The positive intent in this hypnotic message was to give you the hope that you could feel lovable and worthy even if your parents didn’t create these feelings and you. Your parents didn’t have the ability to give you unconditional love because they didn’t have it either as is the case with the vast majority of the people you know.
Early in my career I observed that when people reacted unproductively it was because they were stressed, not because they were self-defeating or masochistic. I intuited that what was happening resulted from the fact that the brain can’t distinguish stress from danger. In order for our species to survive we developed a hair-trigger response to fear because for most of our time on the planet man did live in mortal danger. Your stress signals are hijacked and the signal goes to its primitive, fight or flight center, leaving you with the brainpower you had as a helpless vulnerable child. I called this "Emotional Dyslexia" because it is a physical problem in the brain like the learning disability dyslexia.
There is no gene for self-esteem-your sense of worthiness is largely based on how you were treated when you were very young. If you had been given primarily loving, supportive messages you would have internalized those messages and that would be your self-talk now. If your self talk is negative then you may have been overtly criticized, or ignored or your opinions were diminished or you had a lot of trauma in your life. Your lack of self-esteem, your self- critical behavior is due to your conditioning and doesn’t reflect who you are at your core and how you want to be.
Our species has survived because we are able to feel compassion and empathy allowing us to support and care for one another. This is our true nature and I believe are a number of things that interfere with our living in harmony with this nature. The first interference is that we have a brain that is wired to have a hair-trigger response to fear. Because our brains haven’t evolved to tell the difference between stress and danger our stress signals are hijacked and sent to the fight/flight/freeze part of the brain were all our childhood memories and traumas are stored. We are then triggered into irrational fear responses which diminish our capacity for compassionate responses.
It is our true nature to be empathic and compassionate… We even have parts of our brain called empathy neurons that allow us to connect deeply to each other’s experience …These neurons evolved because as a species our survival is enhanced if we can take care of each other…Because our brain has not been able to distinguish stress from danger, frequently when we are stressed we are triggered into fear responses that interfere with our innate capacity to be caring and loving.