Reviews on dynamic neural retraining system by Annie hopper

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Sarahjane09
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   Posted 5/14/2018 4:49 PM (GMT -6)   
I have seen so many people online claiming to be healed from Lyme or other illnesses using the DRNS system involving correcting limbic system impairment . I was hoping for some feedback on here. I actually have the program one of my doctors said she hear some patients having a lot of success with it and I was asking her if I would ever be able to eat normally again bc I have a very limited diet and she suggested I try this and see if it helps.

So I’ve had it for a while and just didn’t really agree with a lot of it bc to me it felt like it’s all positive thinking in order to heal. Which I completely agree you have to stay positive and I continue to keep going and keep searching for answers despite my frustration But I did try again to watch it and made it most of the way through still have 2 dvds I didn’t watch but I just can’t seem to get into it. Im wondering if others have had any experience with it. I see almost no negative reviews and i guess I just don’t understand how it’s working so well for people. It’s kind of frustrating bc I keep trying to get into it but I just can’t and I don’t want to miss out on something that could be a part of my healing.

Anyway let me know if anyone have positive or negative experience with this program or any of the brain retraining programs.

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   Posted 5/15/2018 3:59 AM (GMT -6)   
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Girlie
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   Posted 5/15/2018 9:51 AM (GMT -6)   
My LLND recommended it for me - in 2016. If it wasn’t so expensive I might have considered it.

I think it could help if/when active infections are gone.
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WalkingbyFaith
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   Posted 5/15/2018 10:23 AM (GMT -6)   
I have never tried it and doubt I ever would. I don't think there's anything wrong with how you feel about what you've done so far. I tend to avoid anything that smacks of "mind altering," whether it be in the form of medicine/drugs or psychological therapies. Those things are not for me.

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   Posted 5/15/2018 10:44 AM (GMT -6)   
WalkingbyFaith said...
I have never tried it and doubt I ever would. I don't think there's anything wrong with how you feel about what you've done so far. I tend to avoid anything that smacks of "mind altering," whether it be in the form of medicine/drugs or psychological therapies. Those things are not for me.


I don’t think it’s based on your feelings necessarily - but perhaps the brain has changed in response to the illness. So a retraining could be beneficial...
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ArtAngel
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   Posted 5/15/2018 3:08 PM (GMT -6)   
I think it would depend on how much lyme is in the brain.
When I first got sick I tried meditation but I just couldnt do it so I opted for a meditation program called Holosync. It is pricey and takes 7+ years to get through the program. I got up to 4 years and gave up. I did feel more relaxed but it just didn't cut through the changes lyme had made in my brain. Healing works better.
I also tried a limbic retraining program - Gupta. But it is just teaching positive thinking and mindfulness and with lyme I challenge myself every day to not listen to those 'illness thoughts'. Nothing changed at all for me except it made me more aware of how far off I was from being able to relax and get past the brain fog.
I think it is important to develop some detachment from negative thoughts and anything towards that is a good thing, For myself I have to put a higher priority on healing physically because thats where changes are for me. The programs I have tried haven't helped enough.
If lyme is not affecting your brain and you can afford it plus you feel it is something you need then it is worth a try. I doubt it is a cure but anything you do that makes you feel better and more connected is a good thing.

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   Posted 5/15/2018 4:10 PM (GMT -6)   
I've done it and can see the benefit. It also just makes sense to me. I do think the whole program is tedious. And I don't think it is a miracle cure. However, I think when we are so sick, for so long, we get into this spiral of negativity. For example, even as I was clearly recovering and doing better, every time I felt a twinge of a symptom, it would trigger thoughts of, "I'm going to be bedridden again. I'm never going to get better," etc. I think that kind of thinking can impede healing. The program basically retrains your brain to think different thoughts when triggered. So instead of dread and panic, you direct your brain to think of something else.

However, I also think you can train your brain to do these things without the program. My therapist taught me techniques to a) recognize when you're having a negative thought and b) redirect your thinking. The DNR System has very specific steps to take. But my therapist said that even doing things such as thinking of all the animals you can that start with the letter A can redirect your thoughts. Because you focus on thinking of something besides the negative thought that popped in your mind. Next time think of all the state capitals you can name or sing the Happy Birthday song, etc. When you first start doing this, you will catch negative thoughts happening all the time. But they eventually become less. You will still have negative thoughts, everyone including healthy people have negative thoughts. But you'll notice that you don't ruminate on it. You have the thought, and it goes away. I hope I'm making sense.

One thing I do like about the DNRS is the meditation aspect. I do think meditation is extremely beneficial to healing. I also think guided meditation is very beneficial, especially when first starting to practice meditation.

In a nutshell, I think the program has value. However, I think you can do similar things without spending $250. However, the program does have a money back guarantee after using it for 6 months. I know someone who sent it back and was refunded their money without question. So it may be worth the try for people considering it.
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