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ImageI can see there is an enormous need for this work. The first webinar went great and I have had a request for a second one. 

So – there’s a second chance to join me for this important work – on Tuesday, May 6th at 7 pm CST

Do you suffer from Panic Attack Disorder? Are you a counselor or therapist working with people going through emotional crisis? 

Do you know how to identify a panic attack?

Panic attacks involve sudden feelings of terror that strike without warning. These episodes can occur at any time, even during sleep. A person experiencing a panic attack may believe that he or she is having a heart attack or that death is imminent. The fear and terror that a person experiences during a panic attack are not in proportion to the true situation and may be unrelated to what is happening around them. Most people with panic attacks experience several of the following symptoms:

• “Racing” heart
• Feeling weak, faint, or dizzy
• Tingling or numbness in the hands and fingers
• Sense of terror, or impending doom or death
• Feeling sweaty or having chills
• Chest pains
• Breathing difficulties
• Feeling a loss of control

Panic attacks are generally brief, lasting less than 10 minutes, although some of the symptoms may persist for a longer time. People who have had one panic attack are at greater risk for having subsequent panic attacks than those who have never experienced a panic attack. When the attacks occur repeatedly, a person is considered to have a condition known as panic disorder.

People with panic disorder may be extremely anxious and fearful, since they are unable to predict when the next episode will occur. Panic disorder is fairly common and affects about 2.4 million people in the U.S., or 1.7% of the adult population between the ages of 18 and 54. Women are twice as likely as men to develop the condition, and its symptoms usually begin in early adulthood.

Would you like to test drive an application that can help you do more, be more, give more to your clients? 

This Sunday I am hosting a webinar for people with panic attacks.

It’s not just for the sufferers, you know… the counselors and therapists can benefit from this webinar as well. 

How, do you say? You can learn a new tool to use with your clients. If the tool is useful to you, you can take a full course to become certified in it so that you can add it to your credentials. How cool is that! 

How many times do you get to test drive a new tool before you spend hundreds or thousands of your hard earned money to get the knowledge and credentials to be capable of listing it in your practice? Well, you do now. 

For only $55.55 you can see how this life-saving tool that we call EmoTional TranceFormation (EmoTrance) can work for you. 

Register here: http://www.wrenwebinars.org/2014/04/02/webinar-listing-emotional-tranceformation-panic-attacks-2/ 

Be sure that you have the necessary programs and plugins to join a live webcast before the event. 

I have noticed a tendency for people to panic when they experience a sudden shift in their perception.   You know what I mean; confusion, depression, anxiety.  All of which are not the norm for you and so you get caught up in the “WTH” consciousness, sometimes.  

Yesterday I posted on facebook that going back to bed might be an option for me which elicited many responses of sympathy and well wished.  All received with love and gratefulness although my message was misunderstood.  I didn’t post that because I was sick or feeling down.  It was because things were just “off” enough for me to notice that there was a shift and because I was not acknowledging it, I was attracting chaos and confusion.  

Most of my relatives here are in a constant state of beingness and growth.  When you expand from your normal state of consciousness it brings up programs and belief systems  that no longer serve you to be released. 

Those that feel they are “highly evolved” and have done so much work that you should never experience “a bad day”; guess what.   We live our lives in a community of other human beings, in a conscious world of electro magnetic fields (EMF) and subliminal programming all over the place.  

And, mostly, you have to realize that you are an ever-expanding spiritual being.  In that, you are constantly reviewing, renewing, regenerating and sometimes that expresses itself in negative emotional experiences.   You should know that this is just a momentary shift in your consciousness.   It helps to acknowledge that it is occurring and then just let it go.  Using tools such as EmoTrance, EFT, Belief Repatterning, Sacred Activations, Access Consciousness, Reiki and such helps to shift the energy faster.  

All that to say “don’t panic – it’s temporary”.  Use your tols.  Ask for help. ❤