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DVD 4 - Everyday Techniques

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Description

This DVD contains Four Great Techniques that are suitable for anyone and everyone. They enable you to feel safe, grounded and create the life you desire.

The DVD contains advice on how to stay grounded, how to stop being affected by the environment around you, being aware of how you think affects the things you create in your life and also how to release unwanted thoughts, behaviour patterns, regrets and unwanted issues.

Content includes:
  • The Hot Air Balloon
  • The Bubble
  • The Pyramid Safety Technique
  • Energy Follows Thought
These techniques are easy to understand and follow.  Many people say that they wish they had learnt these earlier in life! They make life so much easier, more relaxing and fulfilling. 

This general all purpose DVD is suitable for personal use. It can also be used by practitioners to share the knowledge with their clients. The information is provided via demonstrations, guided information and visualisation.  Sue speaks to the viewer directly and provides a one to one approach as she explains what to do and how it works.
The Hot Air Balloon - A great way to let go of any issues, unwanted memories etc.

The Bubble – This is fabulous for everyone and also essential for anyone who works with others.  The Bubble helps you to keep your own energy when others are struggling around you. It is ideal in everyday life and also for practitioners.

The Pyramid Safety Technique – This technique teaches you how to stay strong and grounded. It helps you to feel (and be) safe and secure. Perfect for helping to overcome stressful situations.

Energy Follows Thought - Simple explanations, reminders and a way of focusing in a life enhancing way. Delightfully simple and potentially life changing.

Run Time - 27 minutes

Reviews


Fascinating DVD with many interesting ways of finding out how to cope with life and find easier ways to live. Remarkably simple and yet has a genuine and significant impact.
A useful guide for everyone.
Nancy Kennewell. Nottingham