Being Sceptical and Open Minded

Yesterday I had a comment from a lady who had watched the video of a session I did with a client where I used my Emotional Release Technique. This lady’s name is Paula and she followed along with my instructions as the video played and in her comment she admits that she was sceptical before hand as she did not believe it would be so simple or so effective. Here’s her comment:

“So impressed! I did this along with the video & was amazed that it does actually work,

this is not set up or fake at all. No disrespect but I was sceptical & could not understand

how this was possible & that maybe she was deliberately moving her arms but I was soooo

wrong! My arms actually moved with the negative & positive thoughts. It was an

overwhelming realisation that I have so many strengths & qualities but was overburdened

with a sense of not being good enough & being insecure. That has now changed! I burst in

to tears when focusuing on the distance between the two but that was because I realised

with so much clarity how much i was holding myself back by allowing negativity being so

dominant. I feel so free & unburdened now & will definitely use this often to redress the

balance & reafirm the positive. such a profoundly amazing feeling of calm, feeling light &

happy. So Simple yet so effective, wish I’d discovered it sooner! Thank you!! 🙂 x”

I completely agree with her initial doubts and scepticism, I think it’s important to be sceptical and not walk headlong into things that you have no evidence to prove or disprove it. It is also important to have an open mind and test things out so that you can prove or disprove it for yourself, this is how we progress and learn as human beings, we test theories, we study and test other peoples strategies, how they work and see if they work for us as well.

So be sceptical and keep an open mind or you could miss out on some amazing experiences and not learn something extremely valuable for you. Paula wouldn’t have had the amazing experience she had if she hasn’t kept an open mind and would not have learnt a valuable skill that she now has for the rest of her life.

Here’s the video again so you can watch it and maybe even try it out for yourself.

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Simon Maryan

Former Royal Marine and Human Intelligence Specialist. Now an international speaker, author, trainer and coach sharing lessons from a life of action and how to prepare for and overcome trauma and other stressful situations. I've survived 3 kidnapping & all my experience enabled me to develop extremely strong psychological and mental resilience which I share with people through my speaking engagements delivering a variety of Keynote, motivational and inspirational talks for a wide variety of clients internationally. Some of these include UK Military, FBI, New York Police Department, NYPD Hostage Negotiation Team (the home of Hostage Negotiation), oil and gas companies, banks and UK Government departments.

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