Gigi wrote:I would recommend doing the in person DNRS course. It's hard to really get it from the DVD's alone and practicing it with others has many benefits. It works. An hour a day is alot for some people. Neil Nathan (mold and lyme expert) says even if you can just do 10 to 15 minutes a day its very helpful. I agree.
Julie G wrote:Gigi, another member, who's a trained psychotherapist has participated in several of her workshops and has very generously showed me some of the DNRS techniques via a Zoom meeting. It was really powerful. If you (or others) are interested, we could ask Gigi to do a demonstration for us.
I'm really dragging my feet on investing in another modality without having a basic overview of what I would be doing for one hour a day over 6 months. Probably part of my worsening procrastination and decision making in the face of so much uncertainty! Please ask Gigi if she would be willing to do a demo/MeetUp for us.
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