Course Contents

OldPain2Go®
So what do you learn?

OldPain2Go® is a whole different, fresh, new outlook on how to work with a client and help them change their thought processes. It speeds up the process, simplifies it, reduces client resistance and gets results by working with them, not on them.

Featuring: The Blake Methodology a unique way of helping Clients help themselves, that can also be used for anything you already help clients with:

1. Non-medical intervention, helping the client access their own self-healing
2. How to quickly overcome any client/therapist barrier.
3. The Fastest EVER way directly into any client’s unconscious (less than 2 seconds).
4. How to work with the unconscious – without requiring any trance.
5. The concept of BrainBargainingTM, how to win over the unconscious with logic.
6. Why the safety system should have a reset button.
7. How to get the client to do all the work!
8. How to act as a mind negotiator and translator.
9. Understand the 5 ways of programming, including creativity.
10. Detective work made simple, finding and dealing with the 2 stories that trap them in pain.
11. Getting direct to the answer.
12. Asking the unconscious what it thinks.
13. Ideomotor responses – getting that first yes, then subsequent ones.
14. How Pain removal can be instant.
15. How Tension and Inflammation, can be asked to drain away.
16. Teaching the clients how they might be able to free themselves from any pain and fatigue related illness.
17. A method to help the cient release trapped nerves.
18. Installing a pacing system.
19. Helping a client who has lifelong Back Pain issues, using AutoSomaticsTM
20. Helping a client who has Allergies.
21. Mapping the Methodology across to help the client who has illnesses.
22. Mapping the Methodology across to help the client deal who has emotional pain.


History/Roots

In 2011 Steven became pain free from a 40 year back problem, using an NLP technique called “N Step” (previously called 6 step reframe). The leaning yeses are from that technique – they are not Steven’s. Even though it worked, he recognised fundamental flaws and an unneccessary complexity with the technique, so studied HOW it worked, in order to design a different way of getting a consistent result. Most of this technique is developed from Steven’s logical reasoning, NLP and hypnotherapy studies and 7 years experience of using, changing, adapting, and the personal training of over 440 people with their feedback during and after training.  Steven’s Methodology of BrainBargainingTM comes from 7 years of Steven helping people with anxiety. The combination of all this and Steven’s constant learning and striving for the best results for all Practitioners, makes OldPain2Go, arguably, the most effective and simple self pain removal system available. Ongoing back up and support is world class.

There Is Nothing New in the World!

Is that heading really true? Beethoven produced entirely different work to the Beatles, and yet they used exactly the same notes that all musicians have to work with. It is the combination, the essence, the introduction of that persons energy, vitality, knowledge, experience, passion and beliefs that shape what they produce. And yes those who have gone before do pave the way for new thinking. They even influence people who are unaware of their work. I post the course contents so you can decide how much of what I will share with you will be beneficial for you, and you can decide whether it is new to you or not and what to value it at!

Worldwide there have been 822 Practitioners trained to date. 

(as of 9/01/2019 - the first Practitioners trained in November 2016)

Warning

Several People Trained in OldPain2Go® have made their own versions of a pain elimination method, often only taking a few weeks to develop their new brand. Beware of cheap imitations. It never pays to save a little and lose a lot.  If you are unable to afford OldPain2Go® and wish to consider a cheap "alternative", always make sure you see the course contents before parting with your money and ask them what research they did, what their process is based on and who did they learn it from? You may also wish to consider what aftercare and support is given and compare the VALUE you will get for your outlay before deciding. Training should always be an investment in something you will get a return from. 

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