Marisa Peer Shares 4 Ways To Form A Partnership With Your Brain

In this video, Marisa Peer explains how you can train your mind to achieve anything you want.

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We’re always collaborating with other people in business, or in relationships — but how often do you form a partnership with your own brain?

Oftentimes, we put our focus and attention on things we don’t want to do: attend a meeting, make a particular phone call, go to the gym. Even if it’s “good” for us, the way we frame any event in our minds can completely change our feelings toward it.

And according to celebrity hypnotherapist Marisa Peer, our minds simply focus on what we choose to feed it — negative or positive.

In this video, Marisa explains why our brains’ job isn’t to make sure we’re happy, but simply to make sure we survive. She also explains how we can use this fundamental physiological wiring, and the meaning we attach to language, to accelerate our growth and achieve our goals.

As Marisa says, at the end of the day, the only person who’s going to praise yourself is you — so learning to form a partnership with your brain is the first step toward true success.


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Marisa Peer

Marisa Peer

Marisa Peer is a Mindvalley author and was named Britain’s Best Therapist by Tatler magazine. Her extensive client list over the past 25 years includes royalty, rock stars, Hollywood actors, Olympic athletes, CEOs of multibillion dollar companies and political leaders.

She uses the power of Transformational Hypnotherapy, a science of turning ordinary people into extraordinary individuals within one of two sessions.

Through her work, Marisa has discovered that there are eight unique Mental Thought Models that the top 1% of super-achievers in the world possess. But 99% of the population lack at least one of them.

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