How to Reduce Anxiety With Neurosculpting

Neurosculpting for Anxiety

by Lisa Wimberger

neurosculpting-for-anxietyThis is a program from Sounds True  on how to reduce anxiety. The site notes:

With Neurosculpting for Anxiety, Lisa Wimberger presents a proven method for addressing anxiety at its neurological roots.

“We experience persistent fear and worry when our natural coping mechanisms for stress get overloaded,” Lisa teaches.

“The good news is we can use self-directed brain change to bring our nervous system back into balance.”

In this powerful two-session program, you’ll learn:

* Why restoring harmony between the left and right hemispheres of the brain is the key to overcoming anxiety
* Four guided practices for navigating stress and worry in a healthier way
* On-the-spot techniques to deal with panic attacks

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lisa-wimbergerLisa Wimberger is “the founder of the Neurosculpting Institute and author of New Beliefs, New Brain.

“A member of the National Center for Crisis Management and other care associations, she has a private practice in Denver, CO, specializing in helping clients with stress disorders.

Wimberger “refined her Neurosculpting® process by helping people in high-pressure jobs—such as firefighters, police officers, and first responders—successfully cope with the challenges of stress and overwhelm.

“With Neurosculpting for Anxiety, she offers proven, mindfulness-based techniques to retrain your brain for greater resilience, cultivate self-empowerment, and find lasting freedom from anxiety.”

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Lisa Limburger: “There’s a universal question that I think affects all of us and it’s this idea that we’re all striving to feel good enough.

“I know I’m striving to feel good enough in my life more often than I’d like to admit and I think the sad thing is that we all are good enough already, just as we are.

“But this is not an easy pill to swallow. As someone committed to self-improvement and self-development, I’m in a constant state of learning and maybe like you we’re all looking to be better at something – a better mom, better musician, more educated, more stylish, faster, leaner, bigger, better – our best self…

“There’s really nothing wrong with betterment, but it’s a double edged sword…”

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Another program by Lisa Wimberger for dealing with anxiety:

Neurosculpting – “A Step-by-Step Program to Change Your Brain and Transform Your Life”

From the Sounds True site:

Scientifically Grounded Practices for Healing and Transformation

neurosculpting-programModern neuroscience shows that what we do and think can change the physical structure of the brain—yet often this occurs unconsciously, when we habitually react to stress in unhealthy ways.

Lisa Wimberger created Neurosculpting® as a complete approach for consciously reshaping our brains for greater happiness, health, creativity, and compassion.

With Neurosculpting, she offers you in-depth training in this powerful process for using meditation, mindfulness, diet, and unique daily practices to help you create positive, lasting changes in your brain—and your life.

Rewiring Your Brain for Resilience and Happiness

The first step in Neurosculpting is to change the way you deal with stress.

You’ll learn why the brain instinctively responds to everyday stress as a physical threat—and how you can “rewrite the script” that your nervous system follows when stressful situations arise.

From there, Lisa offers guided meditations and practical strategies to help you improve your physical and emotional health, discover calm and joy, clear self-limiting beliefs, increase your creative flexibility, and connect to others.

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Article publié pour la première fois le 13/10/2016