"To call Ryan a hypnotist would be, in my opinion, like calling DaVinci a painter. Not that DaVinci wasn’t an excellent artist, he was just so much more than that."
"If anyone reading this has spent time (lots) and money (more) on psychotherapy and isn’t sure what (if anything) they have to show for it, may I highly recommend making a much smaller investment in Ryan Camana. In surprisingly little time, and for a far more rational amount of money, Ryan helped me address and conquer a variety of life “issues,” some of which had been hobbling me for decades. His mastery of a broad range of techniques allowed him to ferret out hidden hindrances and to change course working with me when a particular method wasn’t yielding the desired result. To call Ryan a hypnotist would be, in my opinion, like calling DaVinci a painter. Not that DaVinci wasn’t an excellent artist, he was just so much more than that. And in the case of Ryan, the “more” consists of methods, old and new, that help individuals identify and ultimately control the faulty preconceptions that hobble us, sometimes for life. Initially, I approached Ryan to see if he could help me move beyond my resistance to participating in, or even listening to, arguments of any kind. I understood that life’s conflicts are inevitable, and avoidance is frequently a poor coping mechanism; but understanding alone could not change my behavior. Like a skilled physician, Ryan probed beyond the symptoms I reported and implemented a protocol that addressed a number of underlying issues, including such things as porous personal borders and a detachment from my own feelings. In a few short sessions, I was released from my self-imposed impediments and freed to dream and set goals—for possibly the first time in my life! I can now report that my first goal (to be married by July) is being achieved in May instead. My second goal, to have my book published no later than February of 2011, appears to be on track for that date, or possibly earlier. The fact you are reading this means you are a lucky individual who has already discovered Ryan Camana. I certainly encourage you to capitalize on your good fortune and take this opportunity to improve your life—quickly!"
ADHD had ruled my life for as long as I can remember. I was always starting something only to drop it shortly thereafter to attend to something else that I just remembered had to be done, right now. (The fact that it had waited days, weeks or longer didn't seem to be particularly important.) Drop A and do B. And yes, there were times that C would interrupt B!) Needless to say, it is very difficult to accomplish much when turmoil is constantly making one react to mind created interruptions. Ryan ended my daily zig zag of to dos. I no longer dart from one that is started to another lying in ambush for my time and attention. It is a huge relief and I now get A, B and C all done rather than have them playing "bumper cars" with each other in my mind. I am still amazed when I realize that I am not hopping from issue to issue. And when that rare instance of "Oh, I need to do B" happens, I can actually tell B, "You can wait". If you have ADHD, you will recognize this scenario. But you don't have to continue to live with it. Reward yourself for having dealt with it all those years by retiring it and move on to productive days. And yes, this just might be one of those "Oh, I have to do it now", things. However, it may very well be the last."