Session 1: Strengthen the Foundations of Your Brain

We begin your journey towards emotional empowerment by strengthening the emotional foundations of your brain. By doing so, your brain will better cope with the conditions of your current reality, without feeling distressed or overwhelmed by daily challenges and problems. Your natural emotional reality will begin to shift from suffering to inner-peace, and you’ll have more control over your thoughts, feeling and emotions.

Like any journey worth completing, there may be times in this initial session where you feel a little uncomfortable or challenged as you let go of past, ineffective, habitual ways of thinking. The reward of a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life awaits if you are willing to allow your Quantum Neuro Recoding (QNR) facilitator to help guide you past any initial resistance.

Session 2: Overcoming Genetic Fears

In session two, we investigate and break down your deeply ingrained genetic fears and anxieties, and other instinctive negative attitudes that stop you from getting the most out of life. Negative genetic characteristics account for about 30% of mental health challenges and these traits are inherited from up to seven generations of genetic memory.

When we take a look at the history of the human race, and how our species and brain has evolved, we see that humans are conditioned to default into fear and anxiety when faced with challenges, threats and life crises. So, to break free from these negative, instinctual responses, it is crucial that we address and control our genetic fears, so they work for us, instead of creating unnecessary internal distress.



Session 3: Changing Your Mindset To Be Open For Change

Developing a flexible mind that is able to positively embrace change creates resilience, and is a core building block for good mental health. It also helps to strengthen your mind and supports your new emotional reality that is now ready and willing to allow happiness and joy to fill your life.


The problem with living with a stubborn and rigid mind is that it holds onto misery and negative biases, which then shape our personality in negative and unproductive ways. Therefore the key to becoming mentally strong and healthy is improving your minds flexibility  so it can more easily accept, and deal with any obstacles or current life circumstances in a more positive and productive manner.

By the end of session three your minds flexibility will be greatly improved, providing the space to accept and embrace the constant and unpredictable changes that life can throw at us.

Session 4: Replacing Negative Bias with Positivity

When we are stressed or worried, our brain naturally tends towards a negative bias, which interrupts the chemical reactions of the brain and intensifies negative feelings in challenging or difficult situations. This negative bias also disrupts us during moments of happiness and can often take the joy and excitement out of positive experiences.

When our brain is hardwired towards a negative bias, it controls how we think or feel about work, school, university, social events, personal and professional relationships and every other aspect of life. If not addressed, we can become pessimistic, hopeless and begin to suffer from more serious mental health issues. So, in session four, we address all your negative biases and begin to recode your brain towards a naturally positive and abundant outlook on life.



Session 5: Aligning Beliefs and Values

Our beliefs account for 30% of all behaviour and thought processes. Therefore, the beliefs we have adopted from childhood experiences have a major impact on our decision-making and behaviour as an adult.

When we become consciously aware at around eight years of age, our brain begins to formulate opinions based on emotional reactions to life experiences. Some children have a healthy and positive experience in their school and home life, whereas a large percentage of children grow up experiencing a lot of stress and fear. It is these negative childhood experiences that can, unfortunately, shape our view of the world as an adult and make us believe we are not good enough or not worthy.

Values, on the other hand, help you to create a healthy and happy life. Our values are mostly inherited and, unlike beliefs that are connected to our thoughts, values are connected to our choices. If people make poor choices in regard to relationships, work, money, health or love, then their value system is not supporting them or not aligned with the life that they desire.

In session five, we remove limiting beliefs and realign your values, so that the instinctive and often unconscious choices you make as an adult consistently lead you towards health, happiness and success in all areas of your life.

Session 6: Stories of the Mind

Session six is focused on stopping your brain from creating stories that catastrophise life events. As human beings were evolving as social creatures, the brain used stories as a way of self-expression. Just think about when you catch up with a friend that you haven’t seen in a while and they share with you their stories of the past, while you listen and then you share your stories in return. At the end of your catch-up, you both feel connected and bonded. This human trait of creating stories is a natural occurrence, which means our brain is constantly in story-telling mode.

Stories about healthy and positive events are fun and exciting, but the challenge with people who suffer from mental illness is that most of the stories they create in their mind and brain are negative, fearful and depressing. People who are suffering from mental health challenges have an overactive imagination, which is what fuels the stories that can be damaging and harmful to an individual’s mental health.

By the end of session six, your brain will naturally only create stories that are positive and happy, and not attached to the emotional drama of life’s circumstances.



Session 7: Childhood Insecurities

In session five, we removed limiting beliefs from childhood and aligned our values with our life’s purpose. In session seven, we help your brain to let go of insecurities that were also adopted from childhood, allowing you to feel much stronger, more confident and better able to deal with adult challenges and problems.

Our anxieties and insecurities originated from times when we felt vulnerable and insecure as a child – at home, at school or in social situations – and each person has different types and levels of insecurities, depending on their unique childhood experiences. As adults, most of us are unaware that these childhood experiences are the triggering factors that cause our brains to feel fearful, vulnerable and unsafe. For people suffering from mental health challenges, the negative effects are only intensified.

After we remove these childhood insecurities and replace them with feelings of security, strength and confidence, you’ll be free to live the life that you desire.

Session 8: Improving Perceptions

How you perceive your external reality directly affects your mood each and every day. An example of this is when your brain perceives a situation or event in a positive and loving manner, your brain instantly creates beliefs surrounding the situation that trigger emotional reactions of happiness and joy, giving you an increased appreciation for your life and everything in it. The opposite occurs when you perceive a situation or event in a negative manner. Your brain instantly creates beliefs surrounding the situation that trigger emotional reactions, leaving you feeling depressed, unhappy, moody, anxious, fearful, sad, miserable, angry and frustrated. These feelings about that specific situation can then broaden to other unrelated areas of your life and make you feel that life is simply not worth the effort and pain.
Left untreated, these negative perceptions will continue to erode your confidence and self-esteem, and intensify feelings of vulnerability and inadequacy. In fact, most of our feelings of inadequacy come directly from the way we perceive ourselves. This is why it is crucial that we eliminate these negative perceptions and replace them with perceptions that allow you to experience your life through a positive filter.

In session eight, we install this positive filter and fill your life with happiness and vibrancy, which also makes your personality more attractive and magnetic.



Session 9: Conception until Present Time

In session nine, we begin to address your default patterns of behaviour, which are inherited genetically from the time of your conception. Problems start at the time you are conceived and can manifest into mental health problems, based on the environmental and emotional stresses you are subjected to.

Your genetic brain is the most complicated part of brain behaviour to work on, simply because your brain will access up to seven generations of genetic memory. We are talking about up to 600 years of history, with much of that history filled with hardship, trauma, torture, famine, hate, aggression, wars, violence, murder, scarcity and insecurity. For example, it was only in 1645 that it was legal to burn women at the stake for being witches and all the town folk watched this violence as a form of entertainment. This is only a small example of our history and these horrific and traumatic memories of our ancestors are carried on from generation to generation.

It is these memories that your brain is defaulting back to in your everyday life. So, in session nine, we stop your brain from accessing these memories, allowing you to break the cycle of ineffective, negative and self-sabotaging behaviour.

Session 10: Genetic Mental Illness and Money Stress

Session 10 addresses genetic mental illness and money stress. Since the birth of mankind, our brains have constantly endured stress, fear and tension. And while it’s true that some people genetically cope with stress better than others, everyone’s brain has a breaking point. A point where we simply cannot cope with the extreme pressures that surviving in today’s fast-paced world creates. This is why it is so crucial to break free from the bondage of our ancestral past if we want to improve our mental health.

One of the dominating traits that we inherited through our genes is our genetic money stress. Money stress triggers the brain into survival patterns of behaviour and creates the same emotional responses in the brain as when someone is threatening your life. These stress triggers cause money depression, money fears, money worry and money anxiety. This is why money stress can be a major contributing factor to mental illness.

In session 10, we help you to break free from genetic mental illness and stop your brain from defaulting into scarcity thinking and a poverty mentality. We then help you to create a more abundant mindset, giving you more creativity and confidence to generate and manage money, and create a more abundant future for yourself and your family.




Session 11: Emotional Patterns of Behaviour

Emotions are the most difficult area of the brain to treat because emotions dominate all aspects of thoughts, feelings, beliefs, perceptions and sensations. Emotional patterns and behaviours are genetic, meaning you inherited these patterns either from your mother or your father. On rare occasions, it can be a combination of the two.

To break free from negative emotional patterns, you first have to identify and isolate all the ineffective emotional patterns of behaviour, without blocking the effective ones. People who struggle with their mental health are controlled by unhealthy and sabotaging emotional patterns of behaviour, which create anger, mood swings, depression, irrational thinking, jealousy, emotionally reactions, misery, suffering, hate and pity.

In session 11, we rebalance all emotions and stop your hypothalamus and amygdala from reacting to feelings that are triggered by life’s circumstances. This allows you to maintain a calmer and more peaceful outlook on life and improves relationships with those around you.

Session 12: Emotional Intelligence, Certainty about the Future, and Locking in Your New, Positive Behaviours

Session 12 reinforces the foundations of your new brain reality. It’s one of the most important sessions because your brain needs to cement all the new behaviours and lock in a new reality of certainty and abundance. Your final session in the Emotional Empowerment Program also focuses on developing your emotional intelligence.

Emotional intelligence is the key to having a healthy mind and brain. Developing emotional intelligence helps you to:

  • Overcome life’s challenges and problems without defaulting into a negative spiral of stress, fear and worry.
  • Create better relationship and strengthen bonds with loved ones, so your family life is more loving and fulfilling.
  • Be more caring and compassionate towards others and take more responsibility for your life.
  • Embrace the future with more certainty and find the emotional strength to create a life that brings you more joy and happiness.
  • Be the best version of yourself and grow into a person that is magnetic and vibrant and that people enjoy being around.
  • Solve your problems naturally and without resistance.
  • Have a happier and more loving life.