You can eliminate your inner critic just by listening to this presentation.
Nobody likes to make mistakes, but many people have difficulty forgiving themselves when they do.
It can sometimes be hard not to be hypercritical with yourself, and with others. We all know people who compulsively magnify and criticize real and imagined flaws. Life is about learning and growing. Making mistakes is just one way to do that. Being hypercritical is counterproductive, and makes any upsetting situation just that much more painful.
Learn an amazing and simple forgiveness exercise. Dr. Swack will lead you in an exercise for clearing seduction patterns that will instantly quiet your inner critic. Take a major step toward self-acceptance, compassion, and inner peace.
How to recognize and clear seduction patterns.
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Since 1981 she has synthesized biomedical research with research from other non-medical systems. The results: innovative and powerful applications with transformative results.
Additional formal training and certification includes: NLP Master Practitioner, Hypnotherapy, and Systematic Applied Kinesiology. She has published and been cited in professional journals and speaks regularly at international conferences.
Judith is joined by a team of associates. Each HBLU™, Inc. associate has gone through a minimum of 100 hours of rigorous training and has been certified to practice using Healing from the Body Level Up™ methodology. Judith and her associates often collaborate with each other so clients can benefit from a team approach.
Additionally, Dr. Swack conducts training in HBLU™ methodology for healthcare and mental healthcare professionals. Her techniques are reproducible and many social workers, therapists and nurses have found their practices greatly enhanced by the inclusion of HBLU™. In fact, Continuing Education credits are available for social workers, counselors and nurses.
“I came to Judith A. Swack & Associates at the advice of my physician. Some three years of debilitating foot pain left me unable to dance – my line of work. My search for cures for the Morton’s Neuromae had let to injections, acupuncture, physical therapy, multiple surgeries, shiatsu, herbal remedies, hypnosis, and past life regression.
I described my first session with Dr. Swack as an “altar call”. After outlining her approach and body-testing to determine that healing my feet was priority # 1, we moved on to the first of many “interventions”. The language and concepts were strange to me, but as I stood in her office I had an overwhelming sense of the presence and acceptance of God. (You may have another name for All-That-Is, or life-force, or …)
In several months of sessions, I have had continuing improvement in my feet. I have taken on progressively more work and more activity outside of work. The unexpected plus – it is a big one – is that I am much more at peace, much less prone to depression, much happier and more capable in my relationships with others, and finally aware that there is the possibility of a relationship with God if I will allow it. Actually, there was always a relationship with God, I just wasn’t aware of it. I expected explicit dialog in english. So I’m learning to “listen” in a different way. This is at once exciting and reassuring, and I feel a sense of purpose/worth returning to my life.”
Ph.D. CCS, CADC
“It is not a particularly common experience to attend a workshop and to be able to say that it transformed your life. However, Judith Swack is an uncommon healer and her removal of the Deathwish work is equally unusual. Suffice it to say that my experience in her Removal of the Deathwish workshop (American Humanistic Psychology conference 1999) changed my life by freeing me of a terrible burden that was preventing me from fully expressing my life’s purpose. In a sense, it removed a weight from my intention to help others. My thoughts flowed more easily which allowed me to communicate what I wanted to say in a more useful and meaningful way.”
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