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Naples, FL –We all have painful memories that we wish we could erase but they persist in replaying without our permission. Our unresolved negative experiences affect our lives in ways we did not intend. These memories collect over time and block brain and body communication, causing panic, depression, anxiety as well as health and relationship problems.

Elizabeth Harrison is an energy psychology coach and co-creator along with her husband and psychologist Dr. Noble Harrison, of Brain Body Balance, a life change system of simple techniques designed to change the brain’s destructive habits like deleting a virus from a computer.

“It’s much like cutting the roots so life’s weeds can’t grow back.” explains Harrison. “The techniques confuse and delete negative beliefs, thoughts and feelings which in some cases can go back seven generations. Neural pathways change, your brain and body release old habits in seconds, setting you free to have better moods, relationships and health without a wait or struggle. Positive change is fast, easy and lasting.”

Neuroscience now contends that your brain is plastic, changeable. Given the techniques, your brain can confuse painful memories and unravel their related negative emotions, making it easy to discover the truth and live a life of inner peace, with purpose and prosperity.

“The techniques are simple and take minutes to learn and use.” explains Elizabeth. “They confuse and delete painful memories so your brain can’t remember to go back to its reactive habits. You remember that it happened but the negative picture, thoughts and feelings fade, making it easier to glean the intended lessons and truths that set you free to live with greater inner peace.”

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