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Resolving Anxiety at Its Root, Part 2

Dr. Friedemann Schaub is a physician best known for his breakthrough programs for the treatment of fear and anxiety disorders, which combine his medical expertise with Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Time Line Therapy™, and clinical hypnotherapy. He is the author of the Sounds True book The Fear and Anxiety Solution. In this second half of their two-part conversation on Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon and Friedemann discuss cellular memory, our “blueprint for wholeness,” and how to root ourselves in our essence instead of continual, low-level anxiety. They also talk about the inner protector at the root of our negative self-talk and a “Parts Reintegration Process” for working with this sometimes fractious guardian.
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Resolving Anxiety At Its Root, Part 1

Dr. Friedemann Schaub is a physician best known for his breakthrough programs for the treatment of fear and anxiety disorders. The author of the Sounds True book The Fear and Anxiety Solution, Dr. Schaub has developed a method of self-empowerment that combines his medical expertise with NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming), timeline therapy, and clinical hypnotherapy. In the first half of a two-part conversation on Insights at the Edge, Tami Simon speaks with Friedemann about how we can develop a language that lets the subconscious and conscious mind work in harmony. Dr. Schaub also outlines the root causes of anxiety and leads us through the Pattern Resolution Process for resolving emotional wounds. (69 minutes)

Resolving Anxiety at its Root, Part 2

Tami Simon speaks with Dr. Friedemann Schaub, author of the Sounds True book The Fear and Anxiety Solution. Dr. Schaub’s breakthrough method of self-empowerment combines his medical expertise with Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Time Line Therapy™, and clinical hypnotherapy and has helped thousands overcome persistent fear, anxiety, depression, and other chronic issues. In this second half of their two-part conversation, Tami and Friedemann discuss cellular memory, our “blueprint for wholeness,” and how to root ourselves in our essence instead of continual, low-level anxiety. They also discuss the inner protector at the root of our negative self-talk and a “Parts Reintegration Process” for working with this inner protector. (62 minutes)

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