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Part 2: Close Up Radio Spotlights Lisa Wimberger of the NeuroSculpting Institute

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Denver, CO – Lisa Wimberger is the founder of the NeuroSculpting Institute. The process, a fusion of brain science and mindfulness, is a five-step meditation process, designed sculpt new neural pathways to regulate the nervous system. Its application ranges from helping people calm themselves to helping people move out of their negative patterns.

“My clients are coming to me with just an overwhelming sense of uncertainty,” says Lisa. “There's a lot of aimlessness, purposelessness and helplessness.”

“NeuroSculpting gives people a sense that it's possible to navigate the pandemic more gracefully,” says Lisa. “It's important that we understand our nervous system and how to manage and process at all.”

NeuroSculpting, says Lisa, is “Life Powered By Intention.” The process can strategically help an individual release the grip of old patterns and train their brain to create new and more supportive patterns, habits and behaviors.

“NeuroSculpting is about keeping people out of those old negative repetitious thoughts and moving them into their sense of empowerment where they understand we choose our thoughts no matter what life throws at me,” says Lisa. “I use NeuroSculpting to soften the attachment I have to an outcome and move myself into self-regulation and stability."

If you find you are still struggling, Lisa recommends easy physical exercises specifically designed to condition the nervous system for greater resilience and an overall easier sense of wellbeing. The best part is these exercises only take 30 seconds.

For more information, visit www.neurosculptinginstitute.com