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Tali - an irrational healing
My name is Tali. I'm 41 and a half.

My stomach started to hurt when I was 36. I was a mother of two small children, an accountant in a senior management position, completely healthy and doing sports. The illness that struck me hit me at my most sensitive point - my love for food.

In 2011, I suffered from stomach aches that got stronger and I started to lose weight. When I lost 5 kg, I was given the drug Kalbtan and a referral for an abdominal ultrasound. I was hospitalized with my first intestinal obstruction, injected through the nasal passages, down my throat and from there to the stomach which was intended to feed and empty my stomach.
They suspected I had anorexia and feared that I was starving myself.
After 186 days in hospital, mainly due to repeated intestinal obstruction, I lost 20 kg of weight, and my condition continued to deteriorate, and when I reached 45 kg I was hooked up to a permanent feeding tube. From being an active, healthy, and energetic woman, I had become a wreck.

With the third obstruction, the conservative treatment - the release of pressure from the stomach by Zonda - was no longer effective.
Analysis: I underwent an excision of part of the intestine to open the obstruction.
The next intestinal obstruction was not long in coming, and I also coughed a lot (because of dryness of the mouth). At the same time, I was injected with TPN in my central vein, for feeding. I could not eat anymore. I started to see a double and had to close my eyes to get focus. I could no longer stand on my feet without fainting and was hospitalized for 73 days in the neurological ward. By this time I had lost tears and spit, and my eyes were enormous. At night I woke up, all dry, and could barely drink. I was in pain all the time.

They took out my entire plasma in order to weaken the immune system, so that the body would cleanse the antibodies that attack it. They sent the plasma to Texas for testing in the laboratory of a professor who is studying the antibody that causes the disease they suspected I had.
All the tests showed that the system was severely damaged. They made me a MIBG mapping, which showed that my nerves were damaged. I was diagnosed with an autoimmune ganglionopathy, a disease in which the immune system attacks the autonomic nervous system of the body.
I was one of 60 people in the world who had this rare disease, and the only one in Israel. There were not enough patients and studies to know about the disease and how to recover from it. The doctors could not tell me if the autonomic nervous system would rehabilitate itself, if the damage was reversible, and if so, how long the rehabilitation would take. There was also the possibility that my situation would get even worse.
I received a treatment recommended by doctors in Texas: intensive plasma replacement, steroids that made me moody, a drug to stimulate the digestive system, a drug to suppress the immune system, a drug to regulate blood pressure. I took 14 drugs a day, most of which were hard for me to swallow. Instead of a tube, they put a peg in my mouth - a tube that pumps the food from the bag directly into the stomach. I had to get five or six bags a day.
When I left the hospital, no one knew if my condition might improve and no one promised me anything. I left the hospital when I was barely on my feet.
The doctors offered no recovery. They allowed me to continue living as a sick person. No one could say whether I would one day be a perfectly healthy woman again. Since then, I have been hospitalized several more times.

After a short while, I was hooked up to TPN and fed intravenously, because I could not use my digestive system and I did not gain weight. I suffered from colitis because my immune system was weakened, and I suffered from fever and diarrhea. Later, I suffered from abdominal pain, and then a fecal transplant was performed to get rid of the colostridium, after which there was a pause.
2013 - Pain began in my upper abdomen, in my upper gastrointestinal tract. I suffered from heartburn and food was stuck in my throat.
2014 - The situation worsened. The vomiting got worse and I got to the hospital with a rupture in my esophagus. I underwent a micrometry test and was diagnosed with myelasia - a rare disease of the esophagus and the stomach, which causes a strong and prolonged contraction of the sphincter, which interferes with the normal passage of food from the esophagus to the stomach. The disease is more common in older people. With me, it had appeared because of the immobility of my digestive system.
Botox was injected into the end of the sphincter, between the esophagus and the stomach, to expand it. It was supposed to help for a few months but did not help me.
I vomited everything I ate. I went back to feeding through the pee-tube that was attached to my stomach.
My only solution was an operation to expand my esophagus, during which the muscle and the esophagus are cut - an operation that involves many risks because the esophagus is very narrow and there is no room for error. If you rip it, there's no way to fix it. The greatest risk is to stay with the bag instead of the esophagus. I was looking for an esophagus expert, and so I arrived in Portland in 2016, where I successfully underwent surgery that allowed me to gradually return to eating.

Five days after my return, I was back in the hospital. The bowel obstructions returned. Later I was hospitalized with severe bowel obstruction and unbearable pain. Also, two doses of morphine I received did not help. I was close to giving up. Gradually the rate of bowel obstruction increased to three times a week, accompanied by unimaginable pain.
After I received a recommendation, I came to Arik Ariav in Rishon Letzion. I did not even know his last name. The only thing that bothered me was whether I would miss a bathroom visit in a way that could lead to additional bowel obstruction.
Arik began his questioning, and said to me, "Come and see why you are sick."
With Arik, I understood why I had become ill. On the way home, I missed a visit to the bathroom. I knew that now, as always, there would be a bowel obstruction. But it did not come!

Another week passed before I began to eat, first gently and carefully, and another week until I ate almost fully without using the feed tube. I ate everything, everything I had missed, after more than a year in which I had vomited almost everything I put into my mouth.
Then came another intestinal blockage in which I already knew how to get along with myself and feel and practice according to what I had learned in therapy. When I understood, the blockages went by without me having to go back to the hospital.
As far as my doctors are concerned, I am a medical miracle.
Today, a year later, I am perfectly healthy. I eat everything. I had a new life. A better one.

taliamor75@gmail.com


Dr. Jenny Goltz - Irrational Healing

My name is Dr. Jenny Goltz and I was born in 1963. My medical condition at the beginning of treatments in Feelogica in 2012 was as follows:

In 2002, I underwent an adjustable gastric band surgery.
In 2009 I underwent an immunohistochemical examination.
Since 2010, I have been treated with tamoxifen following the discovery of intraductal breast carcinoma in situ, expressing estrogen and progesterone receptors (breast cancer).
In 2011, I removed the ring, following complications that had begun about six months after the first operation and had worsened over the years until the ring was removed.
When I arrived at Feelogica, I suffered from ovarian cysts, oncology markers at higher levels than unknown etiology (from the disease or drug), obesity following the removal of the ring, cognitive disorders as a result of the use of tamoxifen (severe memory disorders, severe changes in moods, etc.) and severe lymphedema. I was offered treatment with furosemide for the treatment of edema, but I refused because of the fear of side effects.
Despite all the medical problems, I actually came to Feelogica precisely out of concern for my excess weight and the effects of obesity on my health.

Already, in my first meeting, I realized that my general condition was strongly influenced by my emotional state, which affected my behavior patterns and physical states. Following the sessions, over time, I internalized this influence and began to increase my daily awareness of my patterns of thinking, particularly the offending ones, and showed motivation to work on stopping these thinking patterns and replacing them with patterns of thinking that enable me to reach positive and useful insights in my daily life.

During my period of treatment at Feelogica, I came to additional insights into my emotional state and the patterns of thinking that accompanied me, and the desire to lose weight became secondary alongside other goals I wanted to achieve in my life.

After a year of treatment with Feelogica and after three years of tamoxifen therapy, I decided on my own and with complete confidence to stop using tamoxifen, due to the severe cognitive side effects (for example, one day I could not remember the name of a female assistant who has been working with me for 10 consecutive years).
In 2014, I had a vertebral insufficiency while on foot at the market, which may have been caused by the use of tamoxifen. Side effects related to blood clotting, vascular insufficiency and apparent vascular blockages were not known for tamoxifen at the
time of drug registration, and therefore my physicians did not address this problem in real time.

During my treatment by Feelogica and concurrent treatment with tamoxifen, there was a decrease in oncological markers and a reduction of ovarian cysts. Following the cessation of tamoxifen, there was a significant gradual improvement in my cognitive measures, a continued decrease in oncological markers, increased liver function, and a significant decrease in edema that resulted in improved breathing and mobility.

As of 2017, the improvement in my medical condition has been maintained.
During my years of therapy, I have an emotional improvement and a significant improvement in behavioral patterns that allow me to reach various goals in my life in the family circle (e.g., a great improvement in my relationship with my daughter), social circles (disengagement from people who have harmed me), and work (for example).
In order to achieve my goals, I demonstrated a commitment to treatment and persisted in it, even when I discovered resistance to different faces in it. As part of the therapy, I came to understand my family's medical and emotional history, and feelings and behaviors passed down from generation to generation, as well as to me in the family framework. All these shaped my thinking and behavior patterns unconsciously and disturbed me very much in different situations in my life. I used these insights and the cognitive tools I acquired during therapy to change my daily reality and to bring myself to joy and peace of mind.
Among the tools that I have acquired, it is possible to specify a mechanism for learning lessons, especially learning mechanisms, while in the process. This entails the ability to stop and look at myself and analyze negative situations when they occur, and not only retroactively, in order to reorganize and cope with a given event correctly in real time.

Send the contact form to Feelogica and ask for my phone number!!

Orly - Irrational Weight Loss

Background / The Before

I was a slave of food.

For decades, I would get up in the morning and think about food throughout the day. Food was a part of me. That's what I knew. I never felt hungry. All day long I would eat.
My weight gain would not have happened in the course of my life. It was my life.
Food, obesity, and diet were my reality. My life revolved around them. It was a sad reality. My whole life was a weight war.
I felt very unusual. Not normal. It was radical. I lost a sense of proportion completely. Dieting ran my life. The more I was in control of it, the more I felt ashamed of it. It was like a load on my back that never left me.
Over the years, I felt more and more choking, emptiness, disappointment, despair, feelings of worthlessness, despair, fatigue (physical and mental), self-disgust, and a longing for something else. It was clear to me that this could no longer go on.
Half my life I was busy doing more of the same without seeing it. I did not know how to do anything else to get out of the cycle of obesity and diet. That's what I'd known all my life. That circle that led me nowhere. My typical day at the age of 16, or at the age of 20, 35 or 42, would look the same. There had always been one diet or another. A few pounds of weight one way or the other, one disappointment or another. No method (and I have experienced many, many methods) touched my heart. Originally it creates everything I experience above the surface.

The 'After' / Feelogica

For the first time in my life, I realized that in the years when I was looking for a diet solution, I had no chance of succeeding. The solution was not there. I soon realized that my theories and habits since the age of 14 would not take me out of the chaos I had been in for decades.
All at once, the feeling of relief was so great. I had not yet lost weight but I felt so much lighter. I felt fine.
I began to understand the processes taking place within me. Who was I? What was assimilated into me? Genetic and emotional sources - I felt as if I was wrapped with knots in a ball of wool. I finally found the beginning, the thread that could untie the knot, when for all those years I had been trying to force the knot loose. After decades, I am no longer required to fight. Never again by force, and without suffering or effort. What a new life. Now, I get oxygen. I'm not a stain, I'm not ashamed. I have hope for another future.
All the content I was exposed to was new. It had no connection to food and yet had close ties to food.

I began to learn who I was, what I had in backfires, genetics, DNA, what had passed on to me genetically, what had passed to me as a fetus, what had happened to me in early childhood. I began to learn how it all related to who I am, to the habits of food (or more precisely, to my habits of food cravings). How do I eat when I'm not hungry? Why at some point do I feel that I am owed something sweet? Why do I turn to food when I get bored? Why, when I have to concentrate on something, do I turn to food first? Why, when I'm tired, am I looking for food? Why when I get excited about an event do I look for food? Why do I do something I love very much when I do not think about food? Why is it hard for me to leave food on my plate? Why do I love sweetness so much? Why is it hard for me to stop eating and not listen to my stomach and whether it's full or not?

Furthermore, I started examining questions like: Why is it so important for me to look good? Why is it important to me what others think of me? Why am I ashamed of my situation? Why is it difficult for me to share with others what I'm going through? Why am I so critical of myself? Why am I so critical of others? Why am I reducing myself?
Why do I feel weak? Why do I feel stupid? Why am I an outsider? Why do not I like to be a part of things? Why is it important for me to be treated with respect? Why should I be on the lookout for people saying things behind my back? Why am I suspicious? Why am I jealous? Why do I feel that my place in the world is not safe? And more and more .... and how the hell is it all related to food?!

I was privileged to be exposed to a consciousness that led me to another place. New. different. I got a life. I began to see what content, beliefs, and conditioning existed in me. I thought about: Who I am, what my operating software is, and what beliefs did I have, why I usually thought what I thought and why I acted as I did, what genetics I created and what effect did they have on me?

For the first time in my life, I had been given the tools to change everything that had been assimilated in me since I could remember myself and before.
For the first time in my life I have lost weight (it's been 7.5 years since I went through the process and I'm still thin) without it being a battle. Without emptying the refrigerator from temptations.
For the first time in my life, my head is quiet. There are no chaotic thoughts.
For the first time in my life, I'm really happy

Send the contact form to Feelogica and ask for my phone number!!



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Every time you thought, you just thought you were thinking
It is possible to chnage brain processes
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reach the core
Change!
reach the roots - it has been impossible until now
The result is reversed only when the cause is addressed
Learn to use your body as a microphone
About Arik
Contact Us
Relationship Workshop
explanation video
People who went through the process
Helping others
My name is Tali. I'm 41 and a half.

My stomach started to hurt when I was 36. I was a mother of two small children, an accountant in a senior management position, completely healthy and doing sports. The illness that struck me hit me at my most sensitive point - my love for food.

In 2011, I suffered from stomach aches that got stronger and I started to lose weight. When I lost 5 kg, I was given the drug Kalbtan and a referral for an abdominal ultrasound. I was hospitalized with my first intestinal obstruction, injected through the nasal passages, down my throat and from there to the stomach which was intended to feed and empty my stomach.
They suspected I had anorexia and feared that I was starving myself.
After 186 days in hospital, mainly due to repeated intestinal obstruction, I lost 20 kg of weight, and my condition continued to deteriorate, and when I reached 45 kg I was hooked up to a permanent feeding tube. From being an active, healthy, and energetic woman, I had become a wreck.

With the third obstruction, the conservative treatment - the release of pressure from the stomach by Zonda - was no longer effective.
Analysis: I underwent an excision of part of the intestine to open the obstruction.
The next intestinal obstruction was not long in coming, and I also coughed a lot (because of dryness of the mouth). At the same time, I was injected with TPN in my central vein, for feeding. I could not eat anymore. I started to see a double and had to close my eyes to get focus. I could no longer stand on my feet without fainting and was hospitalized for 73 days in the neurological ward. By this time I had lost tears and spit, and my eyes were enormous. At night I woke up, all dry, and could barely drink. I was in pain all the time.

They took out my entire plasma in order to weaken the immune system, so that the body would cleanse the antibodies that attack it. They sent the plasma to Texas for testing in the laboratory of a professor who is studying the antibody that causes the disease they suspected I had.
All the tests showed that the system was severely damaged. They made me a MIBG mapping, which showed that my nerves were damaged. I was diagnosed with an autoimmune ganglionopathy, a disease in which the immune system attacks the autonomic nervous system of the body.
I was one of 60 people in the world who had this rare disease, and the only one in Israel. There were not enough patients and studies to know about the disease and how to recover from it. The doctors could not tell me if the autonomic nervous system would rehabilitate itself, if the damage was reversible, and if so, how long the rehabilitation would take. There was also the possibility that my situation would get even worse.
I received a treatment recommended by doctors in Texas: intensive plasma replacement, steroids that made me moody, a drug to stimulate the digestive system, a drug to suppress the immune system, a drug to regulate blood pressure. I took 14 drugs a day, most of which were hard for me to swallow. Instead of a tube, they put a peg in my mouth - a tube that pumps the food from the bag directly into the stomach. I had to get five or six bags a day.
When I left the hospital, no one knew if my condition might improve and no one promised me anything. I left the hospital when I was barely on my feet.
The doctors offered no recovery. They allowed me to continue living as a sick person. No one could say whether I would one day be a perfectly healthy woman again. Since then, I have been hospitalized several more times.

After a short while, I was hooked up to TPN and fed intravenously, because I could not use my digestive system and I did not gain weight. I suffered from colitis because my immune system was weakened, and I suffered from fever and diarrhea. Later, I suffered from abdominal pain, and then a fecal transplant was performed to get rid of the colostridium, after which there was a pause.
2013 - Pain began in my upper abdomen, in my upper gastrointestinal tract. I suffered from heartburn and food was stuck in my throat.
2014 - The situation worsened. The vomiting got worse and I got to the hospital with a rupture in my esophagus. I underwent a micrometry test and was diagnosed with myelasia - a rare disease of the esophagus and the stomach, which causes a strong and prolonged contraction of the sphincter, which interferes with the normal passage of food from the esophagus to the stomach. The disease is more common in older people. With me, it had appeared because of the immobility of my digestive system.
Botox was injected into the end of the sphincter, between the esophagus and the stomach, to expand it. It was supposed to help for a few months but did not help me.
I vomited everything I ate. I went back to feeding through the pee-tube that was attached to my stomach.
My only solution was an operation to expand my esophagus, during which the muscle and the esophagus are cut - an operation that involves many risks because the esophagus is very narrow and there is no room for error. If you rip it, there's no way to fix it. The greatest risk is to stay with the bag instead of the esophagus. I was looking for an esophagus expert, and so I arrived in Portland in 2016, where I successfully underwent surgery that allowed me to gradually return to eating.

Five days after my return, I was back in the hospital. The bowel obstructions returned. Later I was hospitalized with severe bowel obstruction and unbearable pain. Also, two doses of morphine I received did not help. I was close to giving up. Gradually the rate of bowel obstruction increased to three times a week, accompanied by unimaginable pain.
After I received a recommendation, I came to Arik Ariav in Rishon Letzion. I did not even know his last name. The only thing that bothered me was whether I would miss a bathroom visit in a way that could lead to additional bowel obstruction.
Arik began his questioning, and said to me, "Come and see why you are sick."
With Arik, I understood why I had become ill. On the way home, I missed a visit to the bathroom. I knew that now, as always, there would be a bowel obstruction. But it did not come!

Another week passed before I began to eat, first gently and carefully, and another week until I ate almost fully without using the feed tube. I ate everything, everything I had missed, after more than a year in which I had vomited almost everything I put into my mouth.
Then came another intestinal blockage in which I already knew how to get along with myself and feel and practice according to what I had learned in therapy. When I understood, the blockages went by without me having to go back to the hospital.
As far as my doctors are concerned, I am a medical miracle.
Today, a year later, I am perfectly healthy. I eat everything. I had a new life. A better one.

taliamor75@gmail.com


Dr. Jenny Goltz - Irrational Healing

My name is Dr. Jenny Goltz and I was born in 1963. My medical condition at the beginning of treatments in Feelogica in 2012 was as follows:

In 2002, I underwent an adjustable gastric band surgery.
In 2009 I underwent an immunohistochemical examination.
Since 2010, I have been treated with tamoxifen following the discovery of intraductal breast carcinoma in situ, expressing estrogen and progesterone receptors (breast cancer).
In 2011, I removed the ring, following complications that had begun about six months after the first operation and had worsened over the years until the ring was removed.
When I arrived at Feelogica, I suffered from ovarian cysts, oncology markers at higher levels than unknown etiology (from the disease or drug), obesity following the removal of the ring, cognitive disorders as a result of the use of tamoxifen (severe memory disorders, severe changes in moods, etc.) and severe lymphedema. I was offered treatment with furosemide for the treatment of edema, but I refused because of the fear of side effects.
Despite all the medical problems, I actually came to Feelogica precisely out of concern for my excess weight and the effects of obesity on my health.

Already, in my first meeting, I realized that my general condition was strongly influenced by my emotional state, which affected my behavior patterns and physical states. Following the sessions, over time, I internalized this influence and began to increase my daily awareness of my patterns of thinking, particularly the offending ones, and showed motivation to work on stopping these thinking patterns and replacing them with patterns of thinking that enable me to reach positive and useful insights in my daily life.

During my period of treatment at Feelogica, I came to additional insights into my emotional state and the patterns of thinking that accompanied me, and the desire to lose weight became secondary alongside other goals I wanted to achieve in my life.

After a year of treatment with Feelogica and after three years of tamoxifen therapy, I decided on my own and with complete confidence to stop using tamoxifen, due to the severe cognitive side effects (for example, one day I could not remember the name of a female assistant who has been working with me for 10 consecutive years).
In 2014, I had a vertebral insufficiency while on foot at the market, which may have been caused by the use of tamoxifen. Side effects related to blood clotting, vascular insufficiency and apparent vascular blockages were not known for tamoxifen at the
time of drug registration, and therefore my physicians did not address this problem in real time.

During my treatment by Feelogica and concurrent treatment with tamoxifen, there was a decrease in oncological markers and a reduction of ovarian cysts. Following the cessation of tamoxifen, there was a significant gradual improvement in my cognitive measures, a continued decrease in oncological markers, increased liver function, and a significant decrease in edema that resulted in improved breathing and mobility.

As of 2017, the improvement in my medical condition has been maintained.
During my years of therapy, I have an emotional improvement and a significant improvement in behavioral patterns that allow me to reach various goals in my life in the family circle (e.g., a great improvement in my relationship with my daughter), social circles (disengagement from people who have harmed me), and work (for example).
In order to achieve my goals, I demonstrated a commitment to treatment and persisted in it, even when I discovered resistance to different faces in it. As part of the therapy, I came to understand my family's medical and emotional history, and feelings and behaviors passed down from generation to generation, as well as to me in the family framework. All these shaped my thinking and behavior patterns unconsciously and disturbed me very much in different situations in my life. I used these insights and the cognitive tools I acquired during therapy to change my daily reality and to bring myself to joy and peace of mind.
Among the tools that I have acquired, it is possible to specify a mechanism for learning lessons, especially learning mechanisms, while in the process. This entails the ability to stop and look at myself and analyze negative situations when they occur, and not only retroactively, in order to reorganize and cope with a given event correctly in real time.

Send the contact form to Feelogica and ask for my phone number!!

Orly - Irrational Weight Loss

Background / The Before

I was a slave of food.

For decades, I would get up in the morning and think about food throughout the day. Food was a part of me. That's what I knew. I never felt hungry. All day long I would eat.
My weight gain would not have happened in the course of my life. It was my life.
Food, obesity, and diet were my reality. My life revolved around them. It was a sad reality. My whole life was a weight war.
I felt very unusual. Not normal. It was radical. I lost a sense of proportion completely. Dieting ran my life. The more I was in control of it, the more I felt ashamed of it. It was like a load on my back that never left me.
Over the years, I felt more and more choking, emptiness, disappointment, despair, feelings of worthlessness, despair, fatigue (physical and mental), self-disgust, and a longing for something else. It was clear to me that this could no longer go on.
Half my life I was busy doing more of the same without seeing it. I did not know how to do anything else to get out of the cycle of obesity and diet. That's what I'd known all my life. That circle that led me nowhere. My typical day at the age of 16, or at the age of 20, 35 or 42, would look the same. There had always been one diet or another. A few pounds of weight one way or the other, one disappointment or another. No method (and I have experienced many, many methods) touched my heart. Originally it creates everything I experience above the surface.

The 'After' / Feelogica

For the first time in my life, I realized that in the years when I was looking for a diet solution, I had no chance of succeeding. The solution was not there. I soon realized that my theories and habits since the age of 14 would not take me out of the chaos I had been in for decades.
All at once, the feeling of relief was so great. I had not yet lost weight but I felt so much lighter. I felt fine.
I began to understand the processes taking place within me. Who was I? What was assimilated into me? Genetic and emotional sources - I felt as if I was wrapped with knots in a ball of wool. I finally found the beginning, the thread that could untie the knot, when for all those years I had been trying to force the knot loose. After decades, I am no longer required to fight. Never again by force, and without suffering or effort. What a new life. Now, I get oxygen. I'm not a stain, I'm not ashamed. I have hope for another future.
All the content I was exposed to was new. It had no connection to food and yet had close ties to food.

I began to learn who I was, what I had in backfires, genetics, DNA, what had passed on to me genetically, what had passed to me as a fetus, what had happened to me in early childhood. I began to learn how it all related to who I am, to the habits of food (or more precisely, to my habits of food cravings). How do I eat when I'm not hungry? Why at some point do I feel that I am owed something sweet? Why do I turn to food when I get bored? Why, when I have to concentrate on something, do I turn to food first? Why, when I'm tired, am I looking for food? Why when I get excited about an event do I look for food? Why do I do something I love very much when I do not think about food? Why is it hard for me to leave food on my plate? Why do I love sweetness so much? Why is it hard for me to stop eating and not listen to my stomach and whether it's full or not?

Furthermore, I started examining questions like: Why is it so important for me to look good? Why is it important to me what others think of me? Why am I ashamed of my situation? Why is it difficult for me to share with others what I'm going through? Why am I so critical of myself? Why am I so critical of others? Why am I reducing myself?
Why do I feel weak? Why do I feel stupid? Why am I an outsider? Why do not I like to be a part of things? Why is it important for me to be treated with respect? Why should I be on the lookout for people saying things behind my back? Why am I suspicious? Why am I jealous? Why do I feel that my place in the world is not safe? And more and more .... and how the hell is it all related to food?!

I was privileged to be exposed to a consciousness that led me to another place. New. different. I got a life. I began to see what content, beliefs, and conditioning existed in me. I thought about: Who I am, what my operating software is, and what beliefs did I have, why I usually thought what I thought and why I acted as I did, what genetics I created and what effect did they have on me?

For the first time in my life, I had been given the tools to change everything that had been assimilated in me since I could remember myself and before.
For the first time in my life I have lost weight (it's been 7.5 years since I went through the process and I'm still thin) without it being a battle. Without emptying the refrigerator from temptations.
For the first time in my life, my head is quiet. There are no chaotic thoughts.
For the first time in my life, I'm really happy

Send the contact form to Feelogica and ask for my phone number!!




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