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Eliminating Negative Emotions Within 30 Days

  Broadcast in Psychology

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Anger, Fear, Guilt, Sadness, Stress, Shame, Anxiety, etc.

I am a personal productivity/relationship coach.

Psychology, philosophy and Kabbalah all agree that the Intellect rules the Emotions—the Mind controls the Heart. In other words, our thoughts dictate how we feel, a phenomenon that starts at birth and continues throughout our lives.

All of our emotions can be used either for our benefit, or to our detriment. However, when we empower our emotions with no input from the intellect, the tail wags the dog. Left unchecked, our emotions take on a life of their own, inflicting negative influences on our behavior and robbing us of our birthright to happiness, creativity, joy and satisfaction in our lives.

Unfortunately, that describes the state many of us are in right now.

There is a reason “the head” is a metaphor for “the one in command.”

We spend years in therapy and share our personal soap operas with friends, relatives, and pretty much anyone who will listen, but no matter how entertaining our stories are, we remain miserable.

On this show you will learn my unique process of breaking down negativity within 30 days—even negativity that has been in place for decades. To the degree that you study and follow the instructions you hear tonight, and repeat them daily, you will eliminate your negative emotions, so that you have the tools you need to move forward with a happier, more creative, joyful and satisfying life.

But remember, I can only show you the way; the rest is up to you. YOU must do the work. The work is simple, but not easy. It is human nature to begin something, only to quit before the task is complete.

Begin the work immediately, and even when you get results early on (which you will), continue the work for the full 30 days and further. You will not regret it.

Good luck

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