Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Transformational Psychology

I just have to go on a slight tangent here, about how frustrated I am that so few people seem to know anything at all about the many, many forms of transformational psychology that are available today.

Remember, I posted once about how just about all the unschooling families I know use at least one "modality" for transformation?

Let me tell you about transformational psychology, in case you don't know. These modalities are basically ways to change yourself rapidly, effectively, and usually permanently. Want more patience? More creativity? Less anxiety? Would you like to overcome depression, get over an addiction, lose weight, or figure out what to do with your life?

How about more money, would you like that? Or maybe you'd like to get over the trauma of incest or some other horrible life event?

Well, you can do all that with transformational psychology, and you can often do it in 1-3 sessions. Sometimes you can even get over something absolutely unbearable in only 15 minutes.

Isn't it fishy that nobody seems to know this? Well, if you're reading my blog, you probably *do* know about some of the modalities.

Off the top of my head, some modalities which utilize quick-transformation processes are: Network Chiropractic, EMDR, Psych-K, Neurolinguistic Programming, Focusing, Sedona Method, The AIM Program, One Command, Advanced NVC, and The Work of Byron Katie.

Of course, if you want to improve every aspect of your life, it might take quite a lot of time. . . for instance in my life, since I found out about all this stuff, I have switched from one focus to another. At first I just tried a bunch of different stuff, to see what I could do. Then I focused on recovering from chronic depression. Since I tested "done" for depression issues, I have focused on family and career issues, for the most part. Soon I will be tackling the subject of money and prosperity.

In any case, I have no idea why I keep hearing on the radio, reading in magazines, etc. about people who have these totally debilitating disorders, like as if there is no hope for them. It makes me crazy. True, some of these methods require money, but you'd *think* insurance companies would be on top of it. But they aren't. And one major reason why is that the pharmaceutical companies don't want you to know that you can fix all this stuff really easily. In fact I know of at least one instance where 60 Minutes cut a show about transformational psychology after the pharmaceutical companies threatened to pull all their funding.

If that surprises you, it's time to wake up!

Fortunately for the internet and all the people I know who use and rave about these methods, the word is spreading anyway and those Evil People will get what they deserve. . . which is to have their companies lose all their power.

I recommend that if you don't have an arsenal of transformational psychology methods in your personal toolbox, that you get off my blog THIS MINUTE and start your research!! Get on the phone!! Order some books!! Make some appointments!!


  1. I am considering a career in this field and I wanted to say thank you for giving me even more confidence in pursuing it!

  2. Awesome! It's definitely one of the hottest fields right now. And such fulfilling work to facilitate others (as I sometimes do). Good luck!