RTT Rapid Transformational Therapy

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Rapid Transformational Therapy, otherwise known as RTT, harnesses the most powerful healing potential on the planet, the mind.

RTT is based on the science of neuroplasticity and combines the most beneficial principles of hypnotherapy, psychotherapy and NLP, CBT and neuroscience.

How does it work?

In order to explain how RTT works, let's consider the mind as two different dimensions. The conscious and subconscious. We might say that your conscious mind is your thinking mind the one that analysis everything and makes you aware of what you are thinking. Like the conversation you've just had, a project you're working on, that list of to do’s and what you're having for dinner.

Your subconscious mind is like your autopilot. It regulates how your body breathes, the pumping of your heart, the blinking of your eyelids. It's what keeps you alive without even thinking about it. We operate from our subconscious 95% of the time. The subconscious mind acts like a giant library or vault where everything we've ever experienced is sorted, and these imprints inform our understanding of the world and our place within it.

The beliefs we form are responsible for our thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Sometimes we need to look back at those old beliefs as they may be holding us back. We are affecting our behaviour in destructive ways. Think of your subconscious mind like a video camera? That is constantly recording with no off switch. When we choose to engage our conscious mind we can control where we put our focus. Edit out noise we can think about the light and shade. Select what we want to film and how we want to present something. Our conscious mind only see’s a small fragment of the information we are recording.

Security cameras are a classic example. When we watch video footage for a second or third time, we gain valuable insight, we notice so much more, form new understandings and have the possibility to see things differently.

When you see things differently, you're able to let go the meaning you're attached to the events from your past and experience a greater freedom than ever before.