Blog – Page 9 – The Gupta Program

Meet Two Of Our Gupta Program Health Coaches

Meet Heather and Maria, two members of our worldwide health coaching team. For more info, please see https://www.guptaprogram.com/coaches/ It is highly recommended that you use the Gupta Program in conjunction with Coaching with one of our practitioners. This can be done face-to-face, by Skype, or phone so can choose any practitioner no matter where they …

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Multiple Chemical Sensitivities & Electrical Hypersensitivities Syndrome

Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS) and Electrical Hypersensitivity Syndrome can be explained by my hypothesis implicating the limbic system of the brain, specifically the amygdala and insula. The Gupta Program is a brand new treatment for MCS and EHS which retrains the brain to stop it reacting to Chemicals and electrical stimuli. This video is part of a coaching …

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Why You’re Probably An Over-Achiever

It’s about what we value in life. Society teaches us to value, very left brain, patriarch type values, which are about achievement, success, money, fame, power, glory. And we’ve become trained, unconsciously, for those things to be the most important things in our lives. And it’s recognizing, that actually, perhaps there’s something else. Perhaps life …

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When Getting Excited ‘Burns’ Through Your Energy

Calming down when you get excited. That might sound like a contradiction – calming down when excited! Here I would like to talk about something that I call “The Burn Rate” in these conditions. I find that even once a Retrainer is recovering, when something exciting or stimulating happens, they find that they can get …

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If You Can’t Stop Rushing, Watch This Video

It’s strange how this works, but it really does! “Rushaholics” believe that there is so much to do and so little time, and so, therefore, they must rush. But in rushing, you forget things, you don’t do things in the right order, you get flustered so things take longer, etc. Instead, if you have a …

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