RTT therapy "Rosalyn shares the gift of in-depth RTT therapy with coaching. She is brilliant at both.”
What is Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT)?
Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is a powerful award-winning therapy that is fast and effective. It allows me to quickly discover the root cause of what is really your pain or issue, even when you are probably highly self-aware and have invested in countless self-help books, programmes, or other therapies in order to be rid of what is holding your back. Making you feel like a failure perhaps.
RTT combines uniquely the most effective, scientific, and proven components of hypnotherapy, NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Psychology) and psychotherapy to create extraordinary results. It was developed by world-renowned hypnotherapist Marisa Peer after a 30-year career in which she helped thousands of people worldwide to overcome their issues. I was personally invited by Marisa to train on her Pioneer course seven years ago, becoming one of the first Rapid Transformational Therapists in the world and one of the first coaches and RTT mentors.
RTT is, as the name explains, an extremely fast and effective therapy that gets to the root cause of issues, to enable a subconscious level of understanding that can free you from old, self-defeating beliefs and patterns of thought and subsequently unwanted behaviour.
Based on clinical hypnotherapy and using deep brain rewiring techniques, it then can imprint powerful, new, messages into your subconscious to produce new ways of thinking and behaving. Leading to positive and permanent results in your life.
With proven high success rates in treating a wide range of physical, mental, and psychosomatic issues (such as depression, lack of confidence/ low self-esteem, weight issues and eating disorders, addictions, and self-sabotaging behaviours patterns), Rapid Transformational Therapy has also been at the core of incredible results for physical issues such as tinnitus, chronic pain, and insomnia plus in addressing fears and phobias.
What is RTT?
This is a rapid introduction to Rapid Transformational Therapy.
How does RTT work long-term?
After identifying that there will be a root cause of an issue, Rapid Transformational Therapy can address your beliefs and feelings at this deepest and powerful subconscious level. This is where what you learned or experienced before is kept. It is those experiences that shape your world or more specifically how you feel and react to what now goes on in your world.
RTT works with the all-important subconscious mind.
Your subconscious is rather like a software programme that is running you. It is there but may not be seen or even realised yet it is the navigational system of your life. When you try to change direction in your life, using your conscious mind, it will only take you so far. To create real, permanent, change and plot a new course you need more than willpower or a strong desire to do so. You need to connect with your subconscious mind.
RTT accesses the subconscious mind using clinical hypnotherapy techniques. Communicating directly with your subconscious mind (with your conscious buy-in and full support for this change process) positive suggestions can be tailored for your needs to give you specific, powerful new ideas and a new updated internal software in your mind. Like planting new seeds in your mind these ideas are cultivated which you listen in a receptive state. With repeat listening (as repetition at this deep subconscious level can change your neural pathways – the Grooves in your Mind – that keep you stuck in old patterns of behaviour) you can create new, effective, and permanent ways of thinking, feeling, and behaving in the positive way that you desire. They become second nature. Making your ability to keep these positive changes easy.
What is the science behind RTT? Tell me more.
The mind chatter and normal internal voice we are used to comes from our ‘busy’ Beta brain waves that regularly dominate our brain activity. They are fast. They come from the left, logical hemisphere of the brain and drive your conscious thinking. They serve a good purpose as they let you think quickly like a great microprocessor which is great if you appear on a quiz show or are finding quick solutions to problems. The problem is that like a turbo or sports switch on your gear box, if you drive at this capacity all the time it is exhausting and wears out the engine. That is, you.
We couldn’t go to sleep if our mind stayed on this level of functioning. So, it switches down a gear to another set of thinking brainwaves called Tetra. They are slower. More determined and are associated with REM – Rapid Eye Movement and that early stage of sleep. Einstein had cat naps and he would have gone into this state and not surprisingly it is brilliant for being innovative as when you are in Tetra brainwaves you feel relaxed, yet it is tempered with good intuition and problem-solving abilities. This is where the Eureka moments are stored.
So, this is exactly where RTT and hypnosis takes you. By relaxing and being guided via an expert who understands the elements associated with guiding your tetra brainwaves you can tap into this, like a form of deliberate daydreaming, with a goal and outcome in mind to tap into your creativity and be solution focused.
What happens once I’m in trance?
In this relaxed state you are able to open the subconscious vault and revisit old scenes from your past which are all to do with why the beliefs that are driving your current unwanted behaviours are coming from.
Reviewing these scenes with the safe guidance of your RTT therapist and looking through the adult eyes you have today you can see those scenes in a new and liberating way. Knowledge is power and knowledge at this deep subconscious level is the most powerful of all.
Can I get stuck in RTT hypnosis?
No. That’s a myth.
You will maintain full control the entire time and when you do let go and go into trance your subconscious will only let you go so far as it will always protect you. In RTT hypnosis your mind is more in control, not less, as it has narrowed down and is cutting out the mind chatter and distractions around.
Am I going to need to keep coming back for lots of RTT sessions?
RTT is a solution-focused therapy designed to be rapid and permanent. You can forget about having to come back and tap back into your pain repeatedly. No one wants that.
You give your subconscious – that operating system – permission to let go and go beyond to the life you deserve in only a few sessions. To identify the blocks and go beyond what is holding you back physically, spiritually, and mentally.
Why do you follow an RTT session with listening to a bespoke transformational recording?
During the RTT session we use powerful and positive language that fires your imaging and takes root. These new rooted and positive ideas are like seeds that need nurturing. In this case in your mind.
Science has proven that with neuroplasticity (the ability of the brain to form and reorganize synaptic connections and to make new connections) that we can change the neural pathways and rewire our brains. Our brains love what is familiar so with repeated listening these new thoughts and feeling and the behaviours they elicit become familiar and overwrite the old liming beliefs.
The tone of the recording is important as is the language.
The intention of the therapist is also key. I care and I weave that care and support into every recording.
Transformational – as it gets to the root cause of your issue (rather than deal with the symptoms). Once this deepest, undesired, level is identified, it can be released.
Therapeutic – as it draws on proven modalities that can guide you, even if you are resistant to ‘trance’ or letting go or need a more supportive form of healing.
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