I recently completed the Soul Happy Program, created by psychotherapists, Cara Hewett and Tracy Zboril and was so amazed by the results that I wanted to interview these two lovely ladies to share all the details about my experience. How it works is probably the most fascinating part of it, and I was surprised by how inexpensive it is, especially for CE members. Compared to months or even years of traditional psychotherapy, I believe it’s much more effective with more rapid results, and it’s a program you can keep for life at no additional cost. That way, whenever you think your subconscious needs a tune up, it’s just a few keystrokes away. Personally, I think EVERYONE should undergo the Soul Happy program. Getting rid of those clusters of negative thoughts collected over a lifetime and replacing them with positive thoughts will help you reach your fullest potential in your health, your career, your relationships, your emotional well-being and more. So why not? SPRING CLEANING FOR THE SUBCONSCIOUS (without all the dust, trash and other mess.)
Before watching the interview, I want to share a couple of things. (You know me!) Thanks to Katie W., a blog member who works in the collections department for a law firm, the ridiculous case against me has been dropped. The Curtis Hotel is no longer trying to squeeze $88,000 out of me for a venue I never reserved. I gave them a certain time period to apologize since this caused me so much angst and sleeplessness, but no apology was received so, as promised, I filed complaints to the BBB against the hotel and law firm, wrote honest but critical reviews on Yelp and Trip Advisor for The Curtis, and filed a complaint against the lawyer to the American Bar Association and the Louisiana State Board since she practices in that state. No one messes with my peeps and me! And no one wins against Truth.
Here’s one more thing. Blog member, Angel Marie J., submitted this great Erik Encounter along with a video. Check it out!
Elisa: Hi Ladies, how are you?
Tracy and Cara: Hi, good, how are you?
Elisa: We have Cara Hewett and Tracy Zboril.
Elisa: Oh my God! Yeah, it’s what I do. Anyways, I underwent the program, the Soul Happy
Technique and it was absolutely amazing and really surprising, but we’ll get into my
experience. First, I want one of you guys or both of you guys to kind of explain the Soul
Tracy: Ok, so well Cara and I, who have both been psychotherapists and have been
therapists for decades, we were experiencing a similar situation that we were both getting
frustrated with the feel. Kind of like we felt like we didn’t have the right tools, to really help
move people through, well we just kind of thought that there had to be a better way or an
easier way, so we started looking into other modalities, and we met at a Hypnotherapy
training conference actually.
Cara: And this you know after decades of just practicing talk therapy, which is what we do,
that’s what we’re trained in.
Elisa: You guys aren’t old enough to be many, many decades., but yeah, I get what you’re
saying because people can talk their way around things with a therapist, you know, I mean,
they can manipulate and even if it’s subconscious, I’m going to tell her what she wants to
Tracy: Yeah, so we were so excited when we found out that there’s been these
breakthroughs, these kinds of more recent breakthroughs that really actually dovetail with
some older theories and models and even some ancient theories and these newer
discoveries kind of explain the older stuff and its science. It’s basically, we found that we’re
able to bridge science with psychology and also with spirituality and that that combination,
it’s a lot less subjective and it feels more efficient and effective and like I said there’s
science behind it to back it up.
Cara: And faster too, and that’s the part that we really thought as psychotherapists, you
know sometimes we were seeing people in our practices, week after week after week after
week, same presenting symptoms that sort of thing so we felt like, when we learned this
new, these new concepts of neuroscience and these new I guess you could say it’s a bit
under the umbrella of energy psychology, that’s when we really felt like we were wanting to
move into a different sort of direction in terms of our practices.
Tracy: Yeah so, what we did Elisa, is we took kind of there’s so many really great models
out there that address this energy psychology, and these exercises that you can do that is a
really great way of addressing memories now and we studied for quite a few years actually,
we studied these different models and we kind of took like what felt like the best pieces that
we liked of each model and put it in a sequence that just really made sense to us and we
developed the SoulHappy technique.
Elisa: Do you ever have disagreements with each other about what should go in and what
should stay out?
Elisa: You didn’t come to fisticuffs.
Cara: No, no we didn’t, it’s been years now, we can hardly remember, now we just finish
each other’s sentences because now we’ve been at this for awhile so we kind of know.
Elisa: How long has it been, in the making?
Tracy: Five years?
Cara: Yeah, I think we’re going on five years.
Elisa: That is awesome, and I’m sure you’ve had so many positive responses. Talk about
the subconscious and how this program tackles that. I mean, you have an iceberg and the
tip of the iceberg is the conscious mind and that’s what gets us into trouble, that’s what
allows us to manipulate our therapists, that what allows us to second guess ourselves and
that’s the part that has the negative, well that analyzes the negative thoughts and so on but
I want your take on it, the experts.
Cara: When we talk about the subconscious mind, Freud was the first one, well actually
Freud and Jung, Carl Jung, coined the term the subconscious. Actually, they referred to as
the unconscious, but we don’t like the term unconscious now because the connotations
more of when you go under anesthesia and you become unconscious.
Elisa: (4:53 inaudible, over talk), a 6 pack and that’s it you’re unconscious.
Cara: Yeah, yeah, there you go! (laughing) There you go, yeah, so we decided, it’s
semantics but we use the term subconscious mind and it basically, it’s the energetic field
that surrounds us all and that we are able to access through brain wave states and there’s a
lot of, I was in Barnes and Noble recently and there’s a lot of new books that are being put
out in the self help section about getting to know your subconscious mind. So, it is
collectively being talked about more and more, so we’re certainly on a wave here of
understanding this new way to look at the subconscious mind and the power that it really
holds in determining how we behave and understanding that is of course this whole realm of
understanding, the neuroscience behind it and so we’re coming from a therapist point of
view not a neuroscientific point of view, so it comes through our own psychotherapy lens so
Tracy: But basically what happened to just kind of sum this up is for all those years in talk
therapy, we’re dealing with the conscious part of the mind, which is the analytical part, and
now the subconscious which you and Cara just talked about, we now recognize that we
could go directly to where the memories are stored and meet the memories where they’re
stored, in the manner in which they’re stored, which is energy and then we can we can
scramble their energetic form and it just take away, the intensity of the emotion that’s
attached to those memories which give us all the really bad feelings about our past negative
experiences and in the old fashioned talk therapy way, we would just go over and over and
over something, over and over and over, you know hoping to really help kind of process
people through those feelings, but that’s pretty painful, it takes awhile and it’s subjective.
This is actually, truly something we can do, like a true tool.
Elisa: So, the patient doesn’t have to work so hard?
Elisa: Yeah, I like that! I don’t like to work too hard. (laughter). Is there any similar program,
or are they any similar programs out there?
Cara: You know there are some thought leaders, I think that we’ve looked to for reference.
John Keogh is a really powerful person in this field.
Tracy: But the actual program itself, the technique, is a little bit unique, that number one we
actually put it online because we wanted to, we really wanted to reach a large amount of
people in an area that is kind of a universal issue which is insecurities, I would say the one
program that’s out there that’s a little similar to this but it’s not done online, it’s done one on
one, is one of the ways we were trained and it’s called RRT, and it’s specifically for real
Cara: Actually, sexual trauma. So, that’s what we were trained in, and then we took our own
understandings of RRT and neurolinguistic programming and basic tools of hypnosis and
even the Law of Attraction, you know that new age term. So, we’ve taken facets of all of
those and developed our own sequence, so we’re unique in that way, we don’t know of
anyone who has done what we’ve done.
Elisa: I’ve never seen anybody, have y’all actually done the program, personally?
Cara: Oh, yes.
Elisa: Of course, you have, it’s awesome, and what did you feel about it?
Tracy: So, this is the joke, Cara teases me that I’m almost like a little crack addict, this right
here is peppermint oil, so as you know Elisa, we use the senses to reprogram the
subconscious from the negativity to positivity and one of the things we use for the senses is
a scent. So, this little peppermint oil represents me at my highest potential and you know
when I’m going out into the world, going out in my day and if I’m going into things that are
intimidating me or maybe making me feel a little bit insecure, you know Cara tease, I carry
Cara: She’s got it in her pocket all the time.
Tracy: I got it so little because I have it in my pocket, and I’ll just whip it out and be like
(sniffs the oil)
Tracy: And it’s like I’m, you know like I’m an addict but it really, to me I’m continually trying
to encourage the imprinting of those positive scenarios and the other thing I use it for is
when I’ve just had a good scenario. Let’s say I come out, Cara and I have been giving talks
and stuff and let’s say we come out of a speech and feel good about the way it went, I’ll use
it to imprint and it’s all just reinforcing the neuro pathways in my brain of positivity.
Elisa: If you smell the peppermint scent when you’re feeling insecure, won’t it imprint that?
Tracy: Okay, so the point of when we did the imprint in the technique, do you recall doing
Elisa: Oh yeah.
Tracy: So, the subconscious mind knows, what this represents. It now represents you at
your highest potential. You know in your best winning scenario, at your optimal and so both
times it puts you in your optimal.
Cara: So, essentially you are triggering you subconscious to remember that highest
Elisa: Okay, yeah and of course there’s s symbol you imagine.
Elisa: Then touch a part of your body, I won’t give away proprietary secrets but it’s not a
nasty part of your body, whatever, (laughs) where am I going with this.
Tracy: The touch.
Elisa: Touch a certain, you have a choice.
Tracy: Meridian point.
Elisa: And it’s so cool that you guys texted me to remind me to do the imprint, when it got to
the imprinting part, the end of program, so.
Tracy: That’s the repetition piece, that to really, if the science behind it is that we’re capable
of actually forming new neuro pathways and now we’re trying to, what we’re really trying to
do is get rid of old negative neuro pathways and reprogram new positive ones, it requires
repetition, that’s how those negative neuro pathways got there in the first place, we
repeatedly have experienced past negative memories, failures, disappointments, you know
whatever it might be. It’s an accumulation of a lifetime of negative experiences that form
those neuropathways. Well now we need repetition to have it be the positive version, this
repetition, is called mental rehearsal and that’s the piece that Elisa was just referring to.
Elisa: That’s right, so you can just do the scent? You don’t have to do the visualization and
Tracy: So, there’s four. There’s a symbol, so a visual. The mantra, the scent and the touch,
all four, because they’re using the senses, all four are the language of the subconscious, so
it’s really reinforcing but if, I’ll be honest, for some reason this just became easy (holds up
bottle of peppermint oil), so to be honest with you, I would say I’ve used the scent more
than anything else because it’s a little bit easy. I don’t always have that symbol around, the
other one that’s really easy is the mantra, well so it is the touch,
Elisa: Oh yeah.
Cara: They’re all really easy.
Tracy: You can do any or all. It is true though; I pretty much do this one.
Cara: She snorts. (laughs)
Elisa: You want to use the easy button. All right so, the sense of smell, there’s something
about that right, isn’t it more (inaudible 13:38) more hooked up to the amygdala or
whatever, I mean I’ve heard something about that.
Cara: In the simplest of terms, let’s just put it this way, the sense is the way the
subconscious mind gets information. It works through those senses, the senses become
almost like our antenna for speaking with the subconscious mind and so if we know that,
why would not we use that in order to reprogram? It just makes sense.
Tracy: And the other thing about the scent I guess, so for instance we recommend
peppermint oil, you don’t have to use that but peppermint oil happens to stimulate the
hippocampus which is memory and recall, so I kind of think that that seems to you know go
well with what we’re trying to accomplish
Elisa: I need to bathe myself everyday in peppermint oil though.
Elisa: All right so, is it the most primal of the senses or not?
Tracy: I guess, I’m not really sure about that, I’d have to research it. You know I do know
with scent, don’t you know you could be walking down the street and you smell a perfume
that just takes you right back to (inaudible 14:54) or an old boyfriend’s cologne but you
know it’s true about music to though, which would be auditory, you or know with the mantra,
you know you hear a song and it reminds you of like, I don’t know, an old boyfriend.
Cara: High school dance, that’s what always happens to me.
Tracy: I’m not sure about that.
Elisa: The mantra, you know that is the auditory.
Elisa: But you don’t have to say it out loud and hear it, right, you can just hear in your mind.
Tracy: You don’t have to say it out loud, but you know it’s interesting that we’re talking about
this because we were interviewed recently by someone on a podcast who said, “you know
I’m surprised you didn’t incorporate music somehow into this”, and you know we used a
mantra because it’s very specific and it’s quick, but it is true that songs and music, there is a
lot that is programmed into our mind from songs, for sure.
Elisa: How would you choose the music though?
Tracy: I know, see it feels a little.
Elisa: I mean some music, it’s like if my husband has the radio on and they’re playing some
song and all of a sudden, I realize that I being so aggravated by it. It’s like oh my God, turn
Cara: Yeah, yeah.
Tracy: We don’t need to be triggered by out little therapeutic technique.
Elisa: I don’t about that but well before I go on about musical and stuff, (poor audio 16:21)
is that also stuff that’s based in the subconscious or is it just.
Tracy: You know will you repeat that, we kind of lost you for a second.
Elisa: Oh, okay. Does the subconscious also gather information, not only from the senses
but from emotions also?
Cara: Oh, absolutely! Well you know if you think about it, so the subconscious mind is often
programmed for a lot of times, and this really a longer conversation about the primitive
versus the more evolved mind, the human mind versus the primitive mind but if you think
about how trauma or a negative past experience really gets programmed, so when
something negative happens to you, you become programmed because again, all those
senses are on high alert and if you think about the scenarios that we’ve all had that
happened to be these really, really traumatic experiences, you can if you remember them, if
you recall them you can think, “well I remember where I was, I remember what time of day it
was, I remember the sun was out” or not or whatever you have this full alert system of what
your subconscious mind took in with your senses, everything that was brought in at that
time and you remember it, and that’s how trauma is stored.
Tracy: But to your question, then what happens with the way it’s stored, is the emotions that
it triggers are strongly attached, so it becomes part of the storage as well. So, for instance,
you know we about in the technique we talk about how we form these neuropathways get
bigger and bigger and we basically refer to them as clusters and you can over time you
build up these neuropathways find, you know as you think about a memory or as you’re
experiencing it in real time, it’s in the form of energy a vibration going down a neuropathway
is how you’re experiencing it. It’s how your mind is taking it in, and it’s only natural for it to
then attract similar vibrational frequencies, those are the emotions that you referred to. So,
you’re taking it in and programming it in the way that Cara just described and then the
emotions comes in and before you know it, you’ve built up a little cluster of fear, a little
cluster of shame, a little cluster of loss, you know you’ve got all these little clusters, and the
interesting thing Elisa, is everybody’s clusters, some people’s are really big because they’ve
experienced let’s just say a lot of loss, so their loss cluster is huge and someone else’s is a
little smaller, so you know we’re all unique in the way we’ve been programmed. We’ve each
been programmed just with whatever our experiences have been.
Elisa: Well how many types of clusters are there?
Tracy: How many emotions are there?
Elisa: Okay, I was thinking about music, what about binaural beats, what do you think
about that, to synchronize the hemispheres.
Cara: Right, so the bilateral stimulation of both hemispheres of the brain, what research has
found is that when you stimulate simultaneously one or the other, that your brain or your
neurons actually are firing differently and they’re processing differently, so that’s why we
utilize some techniques within our technique that actually help to process and break up
some of those neuro pathways.
Tracy: That processing that she’s talking about is a natural release. It actually releases
whatever needs to be released, in fact most of you have probably heard about the stage of
sleep that’s called REM, rapid eye movement, that is a natural discharging process that
takes place during that little period of sleep, just for that purpose. Our brain’s kind of
working with us.
Elisa: Fascinating that EMDR in way, that they use on vets with PTSD and of course
anybody with PTSD.
Cara: It’s very, very effective for PTSD, I’m actually trained in EMDR, and it’s a really, really
effective technique for PTSD.
Elisa: Oh yeah, it’s really so powerful. Okay, Tracy you want to share your story? I mean
Cara, do you want to share your story?
Cara: My story. Of my process through the technique?
Cara: So, I had one that’s pretty specific, when I was young, I had an experience where I
made a little gift for a neighbour, and this gift was something I made in kindergarten class
and it meant something to me. So, my teacher I remember her saying, well just go give it,
be nice and go take that to a neighbour, and so that’s what I did. So, I went and I rang the
doorbell of my neighbour and this lady came to the door after me ringing it twice because
she didn’t come at first, and she proceed to scream at me for waking her up, and telling me
what a bad girl I was.
Tracy: And she was like 7.
Cara: No, I was younger than that, I was probably 6 years old.
Tracy: Oh gosh.
Cara: And so, I dropped the, you know one of those hand prints that you do with the
Tracy: Oh yeah.
Cara: Okay, so, I dropped it, shattered and I ran down her driveway, it was like a hill, so I
ran down the driveway screaming, crying, going back to my house because she scared me
Cara: Well, okay from then on, I was the one couldn’t see cookies in Girl Scouts because I
couldn’t ring the doorbell.
Elisa: Trick or treating must have terrible for you.
Cara: I couldn’t trick or treat; I couldn’t go to any doorbell. So, the door bell became the
phobic symbol, so to speak for my subconscious to be triggered to say, you know what that
means, if you ring a doorbell some authority figure’s going to yell at you.
Tracy: And shame you.
Cara: And shame you, so I ended up through the years, I was sitting in the back of the
room, wouldn’t raise my hand, it kind of evolved into this because I was young, and it
happened when I was so young, that I continually didn’t want to be seen, or in the back of
the room I was the one who didn’t want to speak up and raise my hand.
Tracy: Because, let me just.
Elisa: Metaphorical door bell, you didn’t want to ring that.
Tracy: Yeah, and because she was programmed with that, with fear, shame and then over
time, like we said, that cluster got bigger and bigger with other little examples of shaming
experiences and now she viewed authority figures through this lens of this particular
program and before you know it, like she said, she’s sitting in the back of the room in class
and really is someone who won’t put herself out there. They’re related.
Elisa: Yeah, they’re like dust bunnies, you start out with a little piece of dust and then
another shame trigger attaches and it gets to be this big dust bunny under your bed.
Cara: Yeah, it just builds and builds and for me, it was very apparent, when I can look at it
now I can see where that one event just had such an impact on the way I went through
school and the way I was viewed and you know, I became much of an introvert and through
this technique, not only did I have these realizations but when I can think of that incident
now there’s no emotion what so ever, it’s gone, I can speak of the memory and I can
remember it well. I mean I can tell you this lady had pink sponge rollers in her hair and I can
tell you that she had a fluffy robe and it had this, like it was worn down, it had a little
applique right here but I can’t bring up the emotion that I once had.
Elisa: Well the fashion police ought to shame her!
Cara and Tracy: Yeah!
Cara: They should. I think she’s got to be dead by now.
Tracy: Or she’s listening and now she feels bad.
Cara: She should feel bad.
Elisa: But you know she might have been a relationship villain that you contracted with
before incarnating that got you on this path.
Cara: Yup, it could be. You know that’s how I look at life. So, could be.
Elisa: Yeah, yeah, you’ve got to. All right so is this something that you could do, what if
somebody had so many traumatic experiences or memories.
Tracy: So, like we said because we decided to make it less intense and less about true
trauma and we made it more about this kind of universal condition of insecurities so that
when you do it at home, in the privacy of your own home, you’re dealing with emotions that
aren’t maybe so intense, like you just said, but recently we’ve added a one on one version
of this, where we’re still doing it in the privacy of your own home but we’re doing it through
Skype so that we’re helping those of you out there who maybe are dealing with more true
trauma, you know, where you kind of feel like you don’t know that you want to just kind of do
this so self-directed and on your own.
Tracy: So, we’ve tried to address the two because the one might require a little more, look
if those clusters are real big, you might have to do a little bit more of the clearing exercises
to bust up those clusters, then someone else has to do.
Elisa: Onion layers, to peel away.
Tracy: Right, like when I was doing it, I did it more for the purposes of insecurities and
trying just to be the better version of myself, trying to increase my potential but for
somebody out there whose really maybe addressing some real severe abuse, we would
recommend more of the one on one so that we could help guide someone through it, it’s
just kind of that little more intense version of somebody who might want, might need that.
We don’t really say that the SoulHappy Technique is, it really wasn’t made for true trauma.
Cara: No. We really recommend a licensed therapist for that kind of thing.
Elisa: Or a blend of the two, so can’t you just try the SoulHappy technique and if you still
have some emotional charge, then do some one on one?
Tracy: There’s a couple ways so for instance we have, when we were developing it, we
worked with quite a few local therapist and that’s how we got some of the clients that we
were practising on because they would continue to work with their therapist but this was just
something that could be used maybe to kind of get them unstuck in a certain area if they
were just kind of you know, if they had plateaued a little bit.
Cara: We look at it as an adjunct to the therapeutic process for others who are specifically
dealing with trauma.
Elisa: Yeah well, I think, oh is there some sort of maintenance like do we need tune ups
every once in awhile, redo the program?
Tracy: So, you know what we kind of like about the fact, is that when you buy this technique
and you have it at home, it’s yours, so.
Elisa: (inaudible 28:10)
Tracy: Sometimes if somebody does feel like they need a little tune up and they feel like
they want to go back and do those clearing exercises again, they could do that a year from
now, 5 years from now.
Elisa: Like when they go through a trauma or a new (inaudible 28:23)
Tracy: Sure, and one of the sessions is almost more like a little big of a guided meditation,
we’ve heard people say that they use that, when people who really can’t meditate very well,
they try but.
Cara: They’re using it quite a bit.
Tracy: They’re using it, we heard from one woman who is using it daily. That’s just her
meditation, she goes to session 3 and just does it every day.
Elisa: Oh yeah, that’s awesome! I love that one, that was so surprising, just so unique, it’s
so cool the way it makes you feel. My experience is that just like you said, the emotional
charge has all but gone on like when I think about Erik and that one day or my childhood,
and things like that, it’s just like completely released like you said, you can just talk about it,
it’s no problem, you can describe everything but there’s not that ugh, icky feeling in your
solar plexus or your heart.
Tracy: Really, so you did get some relief?
Elisa: Oh, yeah.
Tracy: Oh, that’s great!
Cara: That’s great.
Tracy: I think it’s relative, people have different experiences, some people it’s almost like a
process that takes place and it gets stronger over time and then other people it’s kind of
immediate and I kind of think that might have something to do with the level of trauma
versus maybe not as traumatic, you know what I mean? There was one woman who said
she was so excited about the fact she did it right before Christmas and she was heading off
to spend a week at her daughter’s and her son in law always rubbed her wrong and she
said she just went equipped with her tools and she said she enjoyed him, she’s like I
enjoyed the guy for the first time in years.
Elisa: Wow! I found that to be true also, my relationships seemed to be better and I just feel
more energy, happier most of the time, I did have trouble because this is me okay,
visualizing the symbol, so I had to like you recommended, open my eyes and see one while
I was doing that instead of closing my eyes and seeing it in my mind.
Tracy: You know and so that brings us back to the question you had earlier, is the scent
more primal. You know really what might be more important is really some people are just
more visual, some people are more auditory so it is funny that I went to the scent, I don’t
know why but I don’t look at they symbol either am I maybe not as visual of a learner, you
know I’m not sure. Some people know like I’m more auditory or I’m more visual, so you’re
just not a visual person possibly in this.
Tracy: In this regard, so you know what don’t even bother with it, don’t even bother with the
symbol if it’s causing you, if it’s not natural for you somehow, pick something that’s natural.
Cara: You’ve got 3 others so.
Tracy: You’ve got 3 others.
Elisa: Well I can just look at, as long as I look at it instead of getting it in my mind’s eye,
that’s where I had the trouble but this program, you don’t have a huge time investment like
you do with therapy sessions, they can go on for years and years and years and go no
where, that’s one. I mean how long is it? I can’t remember.
Cara: Well the 3 sessions.
Cara: Yeah, the education one, they normally have that first but the 3 sessions require, it
depends on how long you take to go through each one.
Tracy: They’re under an hour.
Elisa: I think I did 20 minutes.
Tracy: And you can like we said, you can also go back and revisit it, if you need to down
the road but it’s not, you know weekly, hour long weekly sessions where you have to drive
to the therapist office.
Elisa: The drive everywhere (rolls eyes), I mean you can do it naked if you want to, you
don’t have to dress up to impress your therapist. Plus, it’s really inexpensive compared to
Cara: We, you know that’s all by design, we’re at a point in our careers where we thought
we want this to be available to anybody.
Tracy: We really want to give back, we really feel like we’re in service, I mean as corny as
that sounds, we feel like this is a way to reach so many more people.
Tracy: And it’s more effective, it’s quicker, it’s easier, it’s less painful.
Cara: And you can be in your pyjamas in your bed at home where no one has to be around,
that’s the thing we love about it.
Elisa: That is awesome, like that guy, trying to get a mortgage in his living room in his p. j’s.
Cara: That’s right, I saw that.
Elisa: How much does it cost?
Cara: But for Erik people.
Tracy: For the entire program and you’ve got it to revisit it, you don’t have to go spend
another $189 a year from now if you kind of want to brush up on it. You’ve got it and for our
Erik community $25 off for code ERIK.
Elisa: Awe, that’s so sweet of you guys. You know I just think that truthfully, everybody
should do this, maybe you’re right but the people with severe trauma, they should at least
try it first because I think you know it could help you in your career, your outlook on life, your
relationships will get better, I mean there’s so many facets in life that can be improved with
this, I mean getting rid of those negative thoughts and replacing them with positive ones,
who would not benefit from that, seriously?
Tracy: You know what, we don’t even know what we don’t know, we don’t even know that
the subconscious mind has been programmed so negatively that that’s often a default.
Tracy: I mean you’re just doing what you do, you’re going through life and you’re doing
what you do and it’s working against you. So, everybody, anybody would benefit from this.
Elisa: Yeah, you might feel like oh I’m doing okay, you know.
Elisa: And maybe you’re not completely at your full potential.
Elisa: And I think truthfully, this probably helps people manifest their reality better, the Law
of Attraction kind of thing, manifest abundance and love and whatever they want.
Cara: You know, I’ve often thought because that particularly session 4, the imprinting one
which we’ve talked about in all of this, where you program with the senses. This is like to
me, I think about this, this is like the Law of Attraction on steroids, so you’re utilizing the
senses, you know a lot of people, there’s a lot of hype about you know, you’ve got your
vision boards in your closet that you haven’t looked at for years, right, from the movie the
Secret and all of that. It’s all good stuff but they forgot about the subconscious mind, so now
we are marrying these two and truly you hit the nail on the head. If you can utilize the at
least the imprinting session 4, when you do these Law of Attraction type of techniques that
are out there, oh my gosh, you’re just augmenting what you already know about that.
Elisa: There’s that 17 second thing, where it takes 17 seconds to take away, collapse the
shortager wave and make it into a particle wave, i.e. thought creates reality.
Elisa: It’s 17 seconds and day, I don’t know.
Tracy: No, no you’re right though, we heard about that and I think it would be nice to
somehow implement that in a future session because the 17 second rule is just, again the
science behind bringing, manifesting something into form. So, what Cara was just saying
about session 4, once you’ve cleared up that negativity, which the Secret, that’s one thing
that it didn’t address, that if you want to keep trying to manifest this positivity and you keep
doing that but you’ve got the subconscious in the back of the mind programming, let’s say
somebody’s trying to manifest feeling better about themselves. So, you know they’re
manifesting this, I am pretty, I am pretty and its positive affirmations and the power of
positive thinking and they’re doing all of that, what they don’t even know what I was saying
earlier, we don’t know what we don’t know. They don’t know that the subconscious is in the
back of the mind programmed going, oh no you’re not, you know what I mean. I’m thinking
of an old client.
Elisa: Because that kid Billy on the playground he called you ugly.
Tracy: Yeah, yeah. The woman I’m thinking of an old client who was actually beautiful, her
father had been so critical of her growing up and that’s what was programmed, so she could
never positive affirmations or the Law of Attraction of trying to bring love into your life but
you don’t feel love for yourself, that’s the piece, the negative piece that’s working against
you that this technique addresses, so once you get rid of the negativity, the other flows
Cara: Yeah, yeah.
Tracy: And that session 4, once you clear up the negativity the session 4 you could almost
repeat over and over as a Law of Attraction exercise.
Elisa: Yeah, well I think one of the most important things that the SoulHappy technique
does is help you love yourself and let me tell you, that is the foundation for everything in life,
for success, abundance, relationships, everything! So, even if you think you kind of love
yourself, you never know what your subconscious is hiding from you.
Tracy: That’s like the biggest compliment we could have gotten.
Cara: Yeah, that’s wonderful, Elisa, thank you. That’s sweet. We truly are doing our very
best to get this message out and it is.
Tracy: I think we just want to give the world a hug.
Tracy: And we’re psychotherapists but really your community, there’s a lot of us in your
community who know that really what you just said, love is, the universe is love and love.
Elisa: That’s all there is, we are love, the collective which we are one and whole of is love,
so I mean gosh, I think that’s the most important reason to do the SoulHappy technique is to
learn to understand that you are love and you are deserving of love. Imagine what the ripple
effect that can cause to others, because when you love yourself, you’re going to help
people all over the world, 6 degrees of separation or whatever.
Elisa: The result is going to be to bring more love into the world.
Cara: You just summed up what we have been.
Tracy: What we had in mind when we were developing.
Cara: 5 years ago, and we’ve never stopped, have we?
Cara: We are on a mission.
Elisa: Yeah. I’m looking into, I heard the 17 second thing and I’m looking into doing that with
binaural beats for manifestation, because I’m trying to manifest something cool. So,
Tracy: You’ll have to let us know how that goes.
Elisa: On my to do list. Anyway, where can they find this program?
Elisa: That’s so easy!
Cara: Yeah, it’s pretty easy!
Elisa: Okay, well any other information you want to share before we close?
Tracy: Remember the code Erik, with the K and you’ll get $25 off.
Elisa: (inaudible 40:41) you guys and your work, you’re going to help so many people, of
course you can drag the over to the water but you guys got to drink, drink and it’s not Kool-
Cara: That’s right.
Tracy: And so, you know Elisa, we just really appreciate, thanks for the opportunity.
Cara: So grateful, thank you so much.
Elisa: Thank you! All right, love you guys.
Tracy and Cara: Love you too!