|Get A FREE CONSULT with Jon Rappoport
I don’t write about my wife’s work very often, but I’m doing it now, because I continue to be astonished at what Laura does, every day, in her clinic.
Laura (Thompson) runs The Southern California Institute of Clinical Nutrition in Carlsbad, California. 800-608-5602 She works with patients in person, and also, long distance, by phone. www.drlaurathompson.com
Here is the core fact: many people live their lives with severe nutritional deficits, and they don’t know it.
The consequences of these deficiencies are varied; all sorts of major problems crop up. And the problems are then misidentified.
The best nutritional answer goes much deeper than taking a conventional multi-vitamin-mineral every day.
Laura is a detective. She discovers the underlying pattern of nutritional deficiency, and then she corrects it with supplements that, in their effects, are light years beyond what you ordinarily find in health food stores.
For more than 15 years, Laura has been researching and keeping up to date on the highest-possible-quality nutrients and supplements—which, for the most part, are made by companies that only sell to health professionals.
Laura has found certain nutrient protocols that work with certain patients—but, first and foremost she works with the INDIVIDUAL, and she brilliantly discovers what that person needs.
This is not an ability that you find everywhere. It takes a special person with great skill, insight, and determination to do this kind of work.
I interpret what Laura does in the context of what this nation is supposed to be all about: the individual. The uniqueness of each person. It turns out this principle applies to health, and to profound nutrition. One size does not fit all.
I’m now going to be working more closely with Laura. My area will be stress reduction, because many health problems also have a stress component.
I will also work with the individual, and apply techniques that suit that unique person. This work will be done over the phone.
Here is how this can benefit you or your family or friends: If you become a patient of Laura’s and genuinely follow her program for you, I will give you two free stress-reduction sessions.
I have worked in this area, with individual clients, for the last ten years, and I’ve developed many techniques that help in the area of stress.
I could write miles more about Laura, but for now, that’s enough. I’ve never met a practitioner who gives more or does more for her patients.
If you call SCICN and mention my name, by becoming Laura’s patient, you will get two free stress-reduction sessions from me as well. (800-608-5602)
Yesterday, I sent out an article about my wife, Laura Thompson, and her brilliant nutritional work at her clinic in Carlsbad, California. (800-608-5602) Laura has in-person patients, and she also carries out full programs with patients by phone.
I made an offer: Anyone who calls the office and becomes a patient on her program will receive, from me, two free phone sessions of stress-reduction work.
So today, I want to expand on that and explain a little about stress. Obviously, to effectively reduce stress, one needs to know something about what it is.
Stress is tension that results in certain messages:
- I HAVE TO DO SOMETHING, BUT I DON'T KNOW WHAT THAT IS.
- I HAVE TO DO SOMETHING. I KNOW WHAT IT IS, BUT I CAN’T DO IT.
- NOTHING IS GOING TO WORK.
- I’M TRAPPED.
And so on and so forth.
There are several approaches to stress reduction. One is: you guide a person to “another mental space” where he experiences a non-confinement. A sense of freedom. A sense of openness. A sense of liberation. A sense of being somewhere he really wants to be.
In this space, he regains, piece by piece, his basic positive attitude about life and experience, and the stress melts.
Another approach is: You guide a person to experience “positive stress.” By doing this, he begins to change his whole attitude toward stress. His attitude becomes much healthier. He can handle stress better. Or to put it another way, he can easily ignore the negative messages.
What is positive stress?
Let me explain. You see, normally, when a person feels he has too much stress, his instinctive solution is to introduce more order into his life. If he doesn’t become completely obsessed by this organizing—alienating everyone around him in the process—it works. The person gains more control. Fine. But later on, stress will build up again, because introducing more order doesn’t necessarily increase a person’s ability to handle and ignore stress. It’s only a temporary solution.
Analogy: Your desk is a mess. Papers, books, piles, post-it slips, etc. The mess just seems to grow all by itself. So you introduce order. You grit your teeth and sort through each item and do something with it. You organize.
That feels better. And it is. But then a month later, you look around and the mess is back.
Well, it can be that way with tension, with stress. You saw it, you felt it, you beat it back by organizing things better. You felt relief. But then, it came back.
You need something beyond just “fixing the pile” every time it rears its head. You do need to fix the pile, but you need more.
Your entire experience with solving stress is organize, organize, organize. Therefore, you believe that stress equals chaos. That’s the way it looks. So chaos becomes “the enemy.”
You condition yourself to see things that way.
There is a downside to this. With successive “military campaigns” to organize things and beat down the chaos, you develop a hardened shell. You tend to live life less and feel less happy. You’re too busy being the general of your army.
And you also develop a somewhat warped view of chaos.
You see, stress isn’t exactly chaos. To repeat, stress is simply tension that seems to send negative messages. Over time, your attitude toward stress tends to make you feel more CONFINED.
In that sense, a little chaos might feel good. A little chaos might be your friend.
Suppose you could experience chaos in such a way that it invigorated you? And suppose the experience could render you somewhat immune to stress?
That is another way to do stress-reduction work.
I’ve invented several techniques that have this immunizing effect. In doing them, the person remains in control all the way. This is the interesting factor: it’s possible to produce a little chaos while controlling the whole experience.
This is VERY interesting, and it turns out to be a breakthrough in handling stress.
So…to summarize. When I work with people, I use two basic types of techniques. The first is what I called Guided Excursion. I take a person to “other places” where stress can naturally melt. The second is Stress Immunity. These techniques increase a person’s tolerance for stress. Stress has a less negative effect.
When these techniques are used, the person experiences an upsurge in general well-being.
Combined with the profound nutritional work my wife Laura does, stress reduction has powerful outcomes.
Consider my offer, and feel free to contact Laura’s office:
The Southern California Institute of Clinical Nutrition—(800-608-5602).