Before I share clients’ comments with you, first let me tell you a personal story.
One of the most common stress filled dreams people have has to do with school. If you ask a roomful of people, “Who here has had a dream where you’re back in school and you’re not prepared? You forgot there was a test. Or you left your computer home. Or you can’t find the classroom.” Most people will raise their hands.
I had those dreams, too, once or twice a year for decades. After having done several NeurOptimal® sessions on my own brain, one night I had this dream:
I was at home getting ready for school when I remembered that there was a major test that day, and I’d forgotten to prepare for it. I started to get worried but then in the dream I said to myself, “Don’t worry. You know the material. You’ll ace it.” End of dream. That was in 2003, and it was the last time I had that dream.
Now, here’s a sampling of things our clients have reported. You’ll see how unique to each person the results are. If you don’t see comments that relate to your interests, call 212-877-6923 or email me with questions.
I’m getting to my To Do List faster!
Client points to her forehead: It’s more sturdy in there.
I organized my office yesterday. I didn’t know what the word “organized” meant before.
I’ve stopped the incessant voice in my head.
My moods are not as up and down.
I’m getting on with my life.
I went to a party and had fun! I didn’t just hide in a corner.
I was feeling down but after about an hour I got bored with it and stopped.
I can visit my family now and not get drawn into the stuff that goes on.
I actually like speaking in front of groups. Who knew?
I can tell that I don’t really want that second piece of pie.
My brain has used NeurOptimal® to make a huge difference in the quality of my life.
My boss said, “What have you been doing — you’re not afraid of me anymore!”
My intuition is getting stronger. I just know stuff and I trust it.
My husband and I started the same old familiar fight but it was over in five minutes instead of an hour.
I can sit still now and actually like it. I’m meditating every day.
I don’t tiptoe around people anymore.
I’m much better at going to bed on time.
I’m a better golfer now [at age 67] than I was 30 years ago.
I know when I’m full.
The stage fright I used to get is gone.
I’m waking up looking forward to the day.
I don’t get thrown off by the things that used to get to me.
I start to get angry, but I can stop and think about what’s going on and what I need and how to ask for it without hurting anybody.
My kids don’t get to me as much.
Client with severe accident-related hearing loss: I’m not hiding out at home anymore. I’m living my life again.
For the first time, I know what the word “happy” means.