The RRI System for Success in Brief
Release stored emotions that block communicating your goal to your subconscious mind,
Remove beliefs and perceptions that would otherwise continue to regenerate emotional blocks to success,
Install new positive beliefs, perceptions, behaviors and feelings that carry you to lasting and ever growing success!
Have you ever wanted to:
Ever wondered why it is seems so hard to get to where you want to be?
Well you're not alone. Struggling along with typical advice of "just do it" so often leads you back to right where you started! The only thing that is different is that you now feel defeated, a failure.
It does not have to be that way when you discover the natural tools that you have been given to achieve success for whatever goal you commit to.
The RRI System for Success takes these natural tools and molds them into a system that allows you to use them to experience a much more satisfying and successful life.
These tools are not new and have never been a "secret." They have been known in many cultures in various forms; many for thousands of years.
With our culture's current growing passive reliance on expecting an "expert" to provide a solution for our challenges, often through medication, the majority of people have yet to learn of and experience the benefits of using the simple tools that make up the RRI System for Success.
The key to success lies first in understanding that we have at least two parts of our minds. A conscious part and a subconscious part.
The conscious part of our mind is the "logical" part that allows us to think out solutions to problems. For example, if you wanted to lose weight, logically all you have to do is eat less, eat healthy foods and do some exercise. Sounds simple right?
The trouble is that if you have ever gone on a diet you know that it does not typically work out that way!
That is because the other part of our mind, our subconscious mind, can often be in conflict with the goal of our conscious mind.
The subconscious part of our mind is the keeper of our "automatic" behaviors. For example, once you have learned to ride a bike or drive a car you do not think about doing it the next time you need that skill. You just do it automatically. This learning capacity leads to the formation of what we know as "habits."
Some habits (looking before we cross the road) can be helpful. Others, such as eating or lighting up a cigarette when we feel stressed, can lead to less desirable results and some times big problems!
One job of the subconscious mind is to protect us. However, it protects us in ways it has learned from previous experience, not logic. It will react without us even thinking about it, i.e. override the conscious mind.
This is one reason diets do not work in the long run. For a while you may not eat that ice cream or smoke that cigarette but then you have a stressful day and without thinking, you have opened the fridge door and started into the ice cream or lit up a cigarette. The subconscious mind learned a way to distract you from the stressful feeling it feels it has to protect you against.
We see this protective role at play when the "fight or flight" stress reaction kicks in when the subconscious mind perceives a situation that it considers dangerous. Adrenalin flows before we know it and we are physically ready to fight or run away as fast as we can.
This works well when we are facing a physical danger such as coming face to face with a bear! However, when it comes to facing say a job interview, fighting or running is unlikely to help the situation.
We then often will experience the reaction as anxiety or even a panic attack. Some people learn to enjoy the sensations. They like going on roller coasters or watching thriller movies!
For most situations in our culture your body does not have the opportunity to release the chemicals associated with the emotional stress response by fighting or running. This leads to the emotions literally being "stored" in your nervous-muscluarutre system.
Animals know this and can go into a shaking reaction in order to physically release the stored excess emotion after having been traumatized.
As most of you will have also experienced, the subconscious mind can not tell the difference between physical threats and imagined ones. However, the physical reaction (fear, anxiousness) we experience when we imagine that we are going to be fired tomorrow for sure is just as real as if it had actually happened.
That is also why we can experience fear, sadness or laugh when watching a movie. Consciously we know we are watching a movie and do not need to react emotionally to the electrons bouncing on the screen. However, to our subconscious minds the images we have imagined are as real as if they were actually being experienced.
For better or worse, the subconscious mind can not work logically. If it perceives a danger based on a previous experience it will still send out the fight or flight hormones around your body whether the danger is real or imagined and/or the response is appropriate or not.
If you experience any emotional/stress reaction over some period of time for which there has been no release, the emotion remains stored in your body. You can experience the result of this when sometimes you will find your anger say, being triggered by some seemingly trivial event.
You are literally boiling over with stored emotion that you can not contain. Same as when or if you find yourself feeling sad and crying for no apparent or a trivial reason.
When people set new goals for themselves the goals typically make sense to them at the conscious level but are often not aligned with the perceptions of the subconscious mind.
Don't forget, the subconscious mind learns from your earliest emotional experiences. You learn to interpret the world at an emotional level of a child.
Meanwhile, your conscious mind learns from analyzing experiences. It matures. You learn to think differently about things, you aspire to different goals as you age. Your values change.
This often leads to you setting new goals for yourself that might not have been important to your younger self. However, your subconscious mind is running on belief programs typically installed when you were young. Result, conflict. You are literally of two minds as we say.
When this situation arises, the subconscious mind's goal will always win out in the long run.
Most efforts, however admirable, at changing our habits or achieving big goals are doomed to failure if we do not get the subconscious mind on side with our goal. Techniques that just address the rational part of a problem will often fail because of this.
Hypnosis is a natural, effective and safe way of communicating with the subconscious mind. However, if we are carrying around unresolved emotion associated with our goal then hypnosis or no hypnosis, it will be hard to get the attention of the subconscious mind on the goal we want to achieve.
Sometimes I am sure you will have experienced that when someone is in a very emotional state you have to calm them down before they can even begin to hear you, let alone understand what you are saying to them.
This is where many well intentioned hypnosis and talking interventions fail. Hypnosis sessions whether they be face to face or recorded, need to address the primary issue of releasing the emotions associated with the goal that remain stored in the body-mind system.Think of it as clearing the communication channels.
This is what the first R of the RRI System for Success stands for:
Release of stored emotions. There are several techniques that the RRI System for Success will use for this first phase. They are gentle, effective, safe and easy to follow. Selection can depend on whether it is a recorded or one on one session and on the person who is being coached.
Now, with emotional release completed we are in a position to get the attention of the subconscious mind. However, the reason that the unhelpful behaviours, physical responses or undesirable emotions could continue to be experienced after release of stored emotions is that they are a learned response to situations we continue to encounter repeatedly in our daily or imaginary life.
People will experience emotional as well as physical relief after a skilled body massage. However, they will typically want to go back again the following week because the tensions have built up again.
If we go on imagining that we are not good enough to hold onto our job, then we will just go on generating and storing more unresolved emotional baggage. This will soon bring us back to square one.
This is where the second R of the RRI System for success comes in:
Removal of unhelpful beliefs. It is our belief system that generates an emotional response. If our belief system is faulty (I am not good enough, for example) then emotional baggage will just go on being created and stored all over again. Our subconscious mind will interpret our daily experience in ways to provide plenty of evidence that in its view supports the belief.
We have to remove the faulty belief, which, as mentioned above, has often been installed while we were still very young and without our being aware of it.
The RRI System for Success always attends to the removal of unrealistic and unhelpful hindering beliefs. Again, there are a variety of tools we can use to achieve this goal in hypnosis.
Now, we can imagine our subconscious mind as a garden and the work of the RRI System for Success, as a set gardening tools that come with instructions and ourselves as the gardeners using the tools.
With release of stored emotions and removal of hindering beliefs we have cleared the garden of weeds. If we had sown new seeds without this preparatory work the growth of the seeds would have been choked off by the weeds, no sunlight or rain could have possibly got through to nurture them and they would have soon died off even if they had managed to germinate.
So now we come to the I of the RRI System for Success.
Installation of positive beliefs, behaviours and feelings. Now is the time to sow our cleared out garden with the seeds of success. So often, approaches to coaching people to success start seeding without attending to the weeding. Now you can see why so many fail! They never had a chance to succeed.
So there, in its bare bones, is the RRI System for Success:
The RRI System for Success has emerged from the thousands of hypnosis sessions given over years of coaching people to achieve their goals, improve their health and enjoy life a whole lot more as the Consulting Hypnotist at the Queen Elizabeth Health Complex in Montreal. I am happy to share it with you to help you on the the path to success.
The RRI System for Success can be used whether conducting one on one sessions or creating customized hypnosis mp3s for clients such as yourself.
If you have not enjoyed success yet and are wondering if the RRI System for Success could help you, send me a message below and I will let you know. I do read every message!