Knowing, that in truth I could have joined this statistic if it were not for the discovery of this method, I was hell-bent on figuring out what had saved me and how I could use it again.
For the next 4 years, I was obsessed with finding more hidden ‘boxes’ in my mind. Each time, I used this technique to remove them.
Each time, I was left with a deep well of resilience.
You may have noticed, men rarely allow emotions, seeking to suppress them for fear of being seen as weak.
Although it gives the appearance of strength, the consequences can be tragic.
Men account for 70% of all suicides in the western world.
I’m certain this is a huge reason for it.
Once you empty your mental boxes this way, you’re never affected by them again.
This takes time to master, yes.
And many people are not vulnerable or open-minded enough to make it work.
But for me, the alternative doesn’t bare thinking about!
You discover how to make this work for you – based on your own personality, history, and challenges.
What’s most amazing is you don’t have to relive any past traumas for this to work.
Because your ‘mental boxes’ can be emptied in a number of different ways.
Have you ever watched a film that made you upset?
Or heard a song that has triggered a powerful emotional response?
This is the same principle at work.
Your brain’s limbic system is triggered by the song or film, but you’re affected by past events.
Many of my clients find their anger ignited. Others experience fear. Others cry.
Whatever happens, notice it. Recognise it. Stay with the emotion and release it.
In fact, we’ve discovered one key technique that makes this faster than anything.
I call this remarkable process the ‘Debox™ Method’
As I’ve mentioned, it has already earned the attention of qualified therapists and psychology professionals.
What’s more, I am delivering this message to Universities and institutions up and down the UK.
But it’s the client results that make me most proud.
This has worked in 100% of cases with emotional people, men and women.