What interferes with results?

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What makes the difference between those who get quick, satisfying results and those who don’t? Following is a list of factors that might interfere. 

—Nutritional deficiencies. Yes, a lack of certain nutrients can cause anxiety, drepression and more. If SRT does not provide the results you are looking for you might want to check out the following: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZkbkySTbdk     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JZzyge6pnFQ

—A low desire level on the part of the client to change and heal.

Example: Pushed into treatment by others instead of their own desire.

—Mind altered by drugs, alcohol or some over-the-counter medications

—Refusal to give up negative thinking habits.

Example: "Because this is the way I’ve always been, it’s the way I’m always going to be.”

—Refusal to give up the symptom because it fills some kind of need. 

Example:  “Who would pay attention to me if I didn’t have this problem? If I am sick, my mother will continue to take care of me and I don’t have to be responsible.”

—Inadequate preparation on the part of the client.

Example: “I was told to check out all the information on the website but didn’t"

—Doubt or fear of the therapy, therapist or having the problem resolved.

—Mistrusting or disliking the facilitator.  

A poorly trained facilitator.

—Mistrusting God/Higher Power. 

Belief in a Higher Power that has no ability to heal.

—Extreme resistance.

—The issue cannot be resolved by SRT.

Examples: Symptoms caused by parasites, poor nutrition, genetics, environmental toxins, etc.

—Hashimoto’s hypo-thyroiditis and other autoimmune diseases may be the root-cause of depression, anxiety and other emotional/mental problems. In this case SRT may be helpful but other kinds of treatment may also be necessary.

—Organic mental illness, brain injury or a mind that cannot perform rational  thinking processes.  (SRT may work for some of these conditions but not others.)

Some severe personality or mental disorders. 

—Being programmed against God or recovery by a cult. (Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA) is much more complicated and time taking than other issues.)

—Client is in denial of his/her issues.

—Withholding pertinent information from or lying to the facilitator.

—Client believes s/he is unworthy or incapable of healing.

—The client currently lives in a highly toxic or abusive environment and cannot or will not get out. This is especially true for children.

—Client tells the facilitator what they think the facilitator wants to hear rather than what is true and real.

—The client cannot speak or refuses to speak during a session.

—There are other issues bigger than the original one that may need to be addressed first because they overshadow the presenting problem.

Example: The client must resolve abuse issues before being able to quit smoking.

—Client’s conscious mind is overly analytical, questioning, trying too hard, thus interfering  with progress.

—Client is attention seeking and has no intention of getting better. This is more likely to happen when someone else is paying the bill.

—Language or communication barriers.

—and more!

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