The Phoenix Effect is a unique visualization technique that treats stress, trauma, self-defeating beliefs, negative behaviors, relationship difficulties and a wide array of psychological problems rapidly and permanently.
When archaeologists dig up burials that are thousands of years old, the golden objects that have been underground so long are covered with dirt. The workers gently brush away the dirt to reveal the original object that is as shiny as the day it was buried, because gold doesn’t tarnish!
That is the story of all of us. We come into this world as perfect beings and then life throws dirt at us! After a while some of us only see the dirt. We forget that we are lovable and capable and think of ourselves as bad, ugly, stupid and unlovable. We call these troublesome aspects negative identities.
When we believe that “it’s all my fault” or “I don’t deserve love, success, happiness, or health,” our lives become filled with anxiety, fear, addiction, unhappy relationships, and upsetting behaviors.
The Phoenix Effect eradicates our negative beliefs permanently in seconds! Relationships heal, cravings fade away, fears vanish and negative attitudes evaporate. We are able to look at the world in a new way and admit that whatever happened in the past, did happen. However it is now over and we can create a positive life immediately.
One of the best features of The Phoenix Effect is that it is a very confidential experience that respects the person’s privacy and requires little discussion. There is no need to “dig” into troubling memories or re-experience trauma.
Here is what some people are saying about the Phoenix Effect experience:
- My attitude toward my son has changed completely.
- My Mom has started calling me Sweetie Pie!
- I am back to my former level of mellowness and patience.
- My girlfriend notices positive changes in me
- I am experiencing a general increased sense of wellbeing and often more joy, even in challenging tasks.
- My wife says that I have been kissing her more, although I hadn’t noticed it.
- I feel less drained at work at the end of the day.
- I am much more aware when I am full and simply can’t put another piece of food in my mouth. I am leaving food on my plate much more often.
- I catch myself when I am about to say something negative to my husband and find that it simply fades away.
- I felt as if I was about to have a panic attack, but it never materialized.