Close-Up Talk Radio spotlights Nanci Deutsch

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Mineola, NY – Many of us feel a sense of urgency to fulfill our life’s purpose, but all too often fear, uncertainty and a lack of confidence prevent us from achieving our goals. According to holistic psychotherapist Nanci Deutsch, removing these subconscious blocks is essential to creating the life we want.

Deutsch is a licensed clinical social worker, certified master hypnotherapist and intuitive-energy coach who specializes in helping people access and develop their intuition in order to become more successful.

“I’ve been fascinated by the human mind since I was a child,” says Deutsch. “I’ve always believed we can tap into this amazing potential. I like to help people realize their potential for success and achieve goals.”

Each of us has a conscious mind and a subconscious mind, the part of us that remains hidden. Deutsch uses hypnotherapy as a therapeutic tool to remove our subconscious blocks and tap into the superconscious mind, our potential.

“My work is about helping people access this part of themselves,” says Deutsch. “This is where our creativity comes from, our genius. Everyone has the answers inside of them. The more aware we are of our true potential and trust in ourselves the more likely we will be to reach it."

Everybody has intuition; when you have a gut instinct, that’s your intuition. To use your intuition is to access information beyond your physical senses. When you can trust those initial instincts, says Deutsch, you’re tapping into your superconscious.

“What I’ve learned is that when you don’t follow your intuition, you end up being sorry,” says Deutsch. “The more open and willing you are, the sooner you’ll be able to access your potential. It takes a leap of faith to have faith in yourself. We only know the tip of the ice berg.”

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