As I have blogged about the healing I've experienced using the Dynamic Neural Retraining System (DNRS) throughout the last 14 months, I have had many people reach out to me with questions about the program. There has been so much interest that I have been unable to engage everyone's questions.
And so, I have made a video series answering the questions I get asked the most.
My hope is that you can share these videos with your friends and family who may benefit from DNRS.
The series contains four videos.
The first describes my health history; the second explains what DNRS is; the third describes my progress using DNRS; and the fourth answers frequently asked questions.
I hope these will be helpful to you and your loved ones with Lyme, POTS, ME, fibromyalgia, chemical sensitivities, food sensitivities, mold-related illness and more!
I also hope you can ignore my tendency to make up words in these videos. It turns out making up words is one of my special gifts. Talking is still difficult for me — my brain still has trouble with word recall and word scrambling — so dear friends, please overlook words such as "coinsisting" (consist + coincide = coinsist!). Or, if you are feeling spicy, begin implementing them in your daily life.
Come to think of it, conisist could be a helpful addition to your vocabulary!
Click HERE to watch part 1, "My Health History," or watch it below:
Click HERE to watch part 2, "What is DNRS?" or watch it below:
Click HERE to watch part 3, "My Progress," or watch it below:
Click HERE to watch part 4, "FAQs," or watch it below:
A very hopeful, light-filled Tuesday to you all, my friends!
I'm cheering for ya, Home Skillets.
UPDATE: For DNRS training tips, Health Warrior Encouragement, and Q&A livestreams, follow me on Instagram @SarahJacksonPanther
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