SUBLIMINAL THERAPY - DIVIDE THE PROBLEM AND CONQUER IT - EUGEN POPA
Subliminal Therapy utilizes the patient’s mental abilities to identify and resolve the causes of problems.
If such problems are the consequence of earlier experiences, therapy is accomplished as the therapist guides the patient through a series of logical steps using their own extra-conscious abilities to identify and resolve the actual cause of the problem being addressed.
These mental abilities are universal, but are commonly unrecognized and underutilized.
According to the theory of Subliminal Therapy, there are three domains of mental functioning; consciousness, subconscious and an extra-conscious domain wherein abilities reside that are not consciously available.
Subliminal Therapy is a very efficient technique used to accomplish
re-conditioning. It enables the client to understand the cause of the problem from the perspective of the present, reframing the earlier, causal event from the perspective of more mature knowledge. Resolving the cause of a problem eliminates the symptoms. It is based on the concept of Parts of Psyche/Mind, which enables this method to yeld very positive results, very fast.
In this presentation, Eugen Popa, Certified International Trainer of Subliminal Therapy will present the basic principles of this technique and you will be able to learn how to apply it yourself.
The presentation will outline the steps and will also include a live demonstration with one of the participants. By the end of the talk you will have un understading of the underlying principles, the steps of the method printed out and the experience of a live demonstration.
Elimination of psychological and psychogenic problems is accomplished by “reeducating” the problem-causing parts of the subconscious mind, enlisting the patient’s extra-consciousness to do the work of therapy. Because Subliminal Therapy addresses the cause of the problem, not the symptoms of the problem, the therapy is both efficient and effective, working faster than traditional therapy. Most patients find relief in four or less sessions.