Success and self-realization are an alignment between you and your beliefs

What if I told you, you can effectively create this alignment with hypnosis and the other methods I use?

Over 90% of what you choose during your day is unconsciously chosen by you and dictated by the beliefs of your subconscious mind.

You probably are reading my page because you have tried to address your goal with more motivation and consciousness, but it didn’t work out for you as you wished it would.

The reality is that your motivation, as your willpower, is just a resource of your consciousness. They are great but powerless. They don’t work because your problem stems in your subconscious mind, not in your consciousness. 

My techniques will help you because they create direct access to your subconscious mind. The work I offer is focused on rewriting your core-beliefs program so you can create new beliefs that serve you to achieve your goals, instead of limiting yourself. 

The benefits are tangible! You feel empowered. You feel self-satisfaction and the more you tap into your self-satisfaction, the more you excel. As a result, you have the opportunity to live a successful life of greatness, with a sense of self-realization, accomplishment, and happiness.

What would your life be like if you could achieve your goals? If you could be successful in any area of life that is important to you?

Your life, like all adults, is not the result of what you desire, but more profoundly, the consequence of what you allow yourself to achieve. What you subconsciously believe you deserve, affects the outcomes of your experiences. Hence, you cannot be what you do not believe that you can be. That is how you limit yourself and how you keep yourself stuck in a life that is not satisfactory. 

Let me guess that the benefit of working together would be that you would have more satisfaction in your life, with yourself, and be inspired every single day to face the world with eager anticipation of what happens next.

Meet Ur Success is a program I’ve designed to help you become your potentialities and achieve the success you desire. Whatever the area of your struggle, my program can support you to achieve success in your profession, success in your relationship, with your education, or your health.

I use a powerful amalgamation of therapeutic Hypnosis, Psych-K, and Guided Imagery to assist you in accomplishing your goals. This is a method to help you acquire self-realization and reconnect with your authentic identity and achieve the success in life you long for and deserve.

My name is Leonardo Lupori, and my company BELIEFS TRAINER Inc. provides alternative health care services.

(three boxes that open into a box text for each of the complexes)

Impostor complex
There are people who are successful, but they don’t believe to deserve their success. Despite evidence of their competence, they remain convinced that they are frauds, and do not deserve all they have achieved. They can be executives, celebrities or everyday people. What they all have in common is they are achievers. However, they are just not comfortable with what they have achieved. 

People with this complex perceive themselves to be an impostor, because they attribute their success to lucky circumstances, or interpret it as a result of deceiving others into thinking they are better than they perceive themselves to be. When it comes to relationships, people affected by impostorism often feel they do not live up to the expectations of their friends or loved ones. They can also feel they hold a position they are not qualified for.

Inferior complex (the Missing piece)
There are people who aren’t successful, or who aren’t as successful as they could be, because they feel they don’t have what takes to be successful. They can be actors, singers, and performers walking into an audition and feel that they don’t deserve to be hired because someone else is better.

They have rationalized their feelings of low self esteem , they have identified the characteristics that successful people must possess, and typically those are characteristic that they don’t embody.

In other words, they have predetermined why they will not be successful, and their beliefs have become rational reasons to justify their emotional impediments.
It can be a physical attribute, a trait of the personality or even an external requirement. They do not believe they have what it takes to be as successful as they wish to be. 

Womb complex
There was a time in our life when we were entirely taken care of. We were fed though a cord and everything was just perfect; temperature, sound, and light. We had no choices to make, therefore no responsibility for our decisions. That was when we were in our mom’s womb. 

As adults, instead, we are constantly required to make decisions for which we are responsible. However, sometimes even as adults we like to defer our responsibility, and we prefer to make others accountable for our happiness. Even though rationally it is not okay to do this, we engage in a kind of a relationship with excessive reliance on other people, and this kind of behavior becomes a pattern. 
These are people who frequently have difficulty saying “NO” to the ones they love, and they often take responsibility in meeting the needs of their beloveds, instead of their own. They hear loud and clear the requests of their loved ones, but they have a difficult time expressing their own needs.  
They experience feelings of unworthiness, or don’t feeling deserving of the relationships they possess. Their personal boundaries are diffused, denied, ignored. Their sense of self is enmeshed with their partner. They lack autonomy and they are often in toxic relationships where there is a lot of “giving” on their part and not much “taking”. 
Some people would refer to them as having a codependent personality. People who have not developed emotional autonomy can significantly benefit from creating their own clear identity by learning to listen and audit their own inner voice.
All this is about your subconscious beliefs, information that you have learned, in particular during your childhood. These are not innate characteristics or beliefs; you can re-learn and create new and different beliefs. 
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