What was stopping me? I was working with people in the area of self-belief and wellness. I felt like a failure that I couldn't follow my own advice. My feelings of not feeling good enough were also affecting my personal relationships. As a Bio-Energy therapist, I was acutely aware that we can move issues energetically in the body and mind. However, if we don't address the underlying thought processes in the subconscious mind, they will re-manifest eventually. RTT works on the beliefs buried deep within the subconscious mind. I wanted to let go of all my feelings of not being enough, personally and business-wise, which had been with me all my life.
I didn't know what to expect at first. The session was two and a half hours long. What was most surprising was the scenes that came up under regression. The effect of growing up in a conservative Irish, Catholic family and society, coupled with being gay, had taken a significant toll on my feelings of self-worth. There was a lot of toxic shame buried deep within my subconscious mind. The imprint of these scenes on my subconscious mind was directly affecting the current issues I had in my life, around self-worth and procrastination.
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My subconscious rewired in that first session, all the beliefs of not being enough, procrastination and of being fearful disappeared. They say to listen to the recording for 21 days.
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I did that and found the results to be outstanding. I still listen to the recording three times a week. RTT removed the beliefs of failure and of not being good enough from my subconscious mind. I was able to identify and make sense of where these beliefs came from. My business took off; I began to love and believe in myself for the first time.
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I found the therapy so compelling I went and trained with Marisa in London. Best decision I ever made. I now have a successful RTT practice based in Ireland, working with and helping clients from all over the world. RTT has given me the confidence and belief to live the life I always wanted, but didn't believe I deserved.
My relationships, including with my partner, have gone from strength to strength. I found the effects of RTT to be immediate and cumulative.
The more I listened to my recording, the better and stronger I felt. Whilst all the other therapies could give me relief, it was not permanent. The effects of RTT were immediate and lasting. No other therapy ever got to the root cause of my issues; they may have touched on them, but never got to the root.
Thank you Darragh Finlay for sharing your personal story of transformation with us. There is definitely a chance it could be all over very quickly. Dublin would love nothing better than to get their business done early. So if the game is played on those terms, with ball after ball going into the Dublin full-forward line, Dublin will win pulling up.
The only way Kerry can avoid that is for David Moran to have the game of his life and dominate midfield. It would be a huge call to be dropping Barry in there after a patchy season and David has been around long enough to take on the job himself. Just ask Bomber! Kerry can score plenty, Dublin can score plenty more. Kerry might be able to go after Stephen Cluxton the odd time, Dublin will definitely go after Shane Ryan.
And a fully deserved one at that. Gaelic Football.
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