Mt. Shasta, CA, June 2010: For several months now I’ve been engineering a secret project.
(Shhh. It’s a secret- Uh, no, wait. It’s not a secret any more. Never mind that hush-hush stuff. You can blab this all over, if you want to, OK?)ears ago, back in San Francisco, and even earlier than that, I did some counseling. I didn’t stick with it, because other things caught my interest. (Mainly women, I can admit it.)
The type of counseling I did was kind of unusual. It uses a very sensitive biofeedback meter. This thing is so sensitive that it reads on your thoughts.
And that’s why it’s so useful. If we’re in a counseling session, I can ask you questions, and then when a resulting thought occurs, no matter how quick it goes by, I can steer you to that thought again. It’s kind of like a compass and a steering wheel right inside the mind. Oh, it’s not perfect. But it’s pretty darn good.
And if that thought that just flashed by just happens to be the answer to why you feel stuck in your job for example, why you feel frustrated and can’t seem to get ahead … well, that’s a pretty handy thought to be able to track down.
And I’m going to let you in on a little secret.
In actual fact, for every problem you ever had, you actually either know the answer, or you know where the answer is to be found.
The therapists … they don’t really do anything.
Except, if the process they use is good, it will lead you to the knowledge you already have.
Now, just because you have that answer in there somewhere doesn’t mean that you can (normally) lay your hands on it. In fact, some of the truth we already know is very, very elusive.
And that’s where the biofeedback-guided counseling method shines.
Then, in recent years, something happened.
I’ve always been interested in mind and how it all works, and I’ve studied different methods since forever, and in the last few years, I’ve stumbled across two other methods of uncovering the wonderful answers buried in your mind, and in freeing up the upsets that somehow get stuck and come back up to haunt you over and over again.
And — mirableu! — these two methods, combined with the biofeedback-guidance system?
It’s pure dynamite.
And so I decided to test this, and that’s why I opened an office in the nearby town of Mt. Shasta.
I hung out my shingle, clients began to appear, and I’ve been seeing a few clients each week.
Now I have to admit, it doesn’t seem to always work every single time.
However, as it’s turned out so far, in almost every single session .. the client comes in feeling bad, and leaves feeling good. Sometimes very, very good.
I’m getting well over 90% success with this three-fold method. This is *way* better than most therapy methods.
But enough bragging.
If you’d have an interest to see what I’ve been doing, here’s the website —