Before I share clients’ comments with you, first let me tell you a personal story:
One of the most common anxiety 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 books home. Or you can’t find the classroom.” Almost everyone in the room will raise their hand.
I had them, 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 anxious 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 many years ago, 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, you’re welcome to call me at 212-877-6923 or email me with questions.
[Client points to her forehead] It’s more sturdy in there.
I organized my office last night. I didn’t know what the word “organized” meant before.
It’s stopped the incessant voice in my head.
My mood swings are gentler.
I got depressed but after about an hour I got bored with it and stopped.
My brain is like a dry sponge and this is pouring water in it.
I’m getting on with my life.
Parties are fun now. I don’t have social anxiety anymore.
I actually like speaking in front of groups. Who knew?
I can tell that I don’t really want that second glass of wine.
Neurofeedback made a huge difference in the quality of my life.
My boss said, “What have you been doing — you’re not afraid of me anymore!”
I rarely get tension headaches now.
My intuition is getting stronger. I just know stuff and I trust it.
I think I’m not depressed anymore because I’m not bored anymore.
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.
My bed is a welcoming place now, not a torture chamber of tossing and turning.
I’m a better golfer now [at age 67] than I was when I was 20 years younger.
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 haven’t slept so well in years.
I can visit my family now and not get drawn into the stuff that goes on.
For the first time, I know what the word “happy” means.
My panic attacks have disappeared completely.
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.