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The Brain Discovery that makes The ICE Method different
It’s Memory Reconsolidation – and you can see how different Memory Reconsolidation is when you compare it to the second video below – the brain video. Get the difference between these two approaches and you get a different life.
Two views of how the brain works
Watch Dr. Rick Hanson’s 16-minute video and you’ll see “neural plasticity” at its finest. Neural plasticity is the brain word for how we make new habits. Habit building can be useful, but habit building does not remove stored emotional upsets.
If you really want to understand the benefit of Memory Reconsolidation – find some time now or come back to this later – it changed my life.
Time Investment. The Brenda video – 7 minutes. The Rick Hanson video – 16 minutes. Yes, you’re worth it!
If you watch the videos, please send your questions and comments – click here to comment. I’ll respond in one or more future newsletters.
“I found the ICE method to be an amazingly simple and incredibly effective process. I was sold immediately when I tried it on some neck pain that had not budged no matter what other methods and medications I had tried. Once I used ICE, the pain melted away and didn’t return. I have also tried ICE on emotional issues with equal success.”
Chapter 4 free next week!
Be sure to open next week’s newsletter. Chapter 4 contains the directions for doing The ICE Method for yourself. And I’m giving it away free. Combine this chapter together with the Brenda video and you can start using The ICE Method for yourself right away.
Why is Chapter 4 free?
1. Chapter 4 is free because it’s the basic explanation of ICE. I’d love nothing more than for everyone to know The ICE Method as surely as we know to stop for red lights and go for green.
Publication Party and Book Signing
If you’re local – save the date – May 27th. 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. I’ll have a little mini-seminar about how to use The ICE Method in your life – treats to eat – special discount on the book and workbook. More information coming soon.
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