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Marisa Peer - Transforming Yourself Starts with Your Thoughts

January 06, 2024 Mo Gawdat / Marisa Peer Episode 279
Slo Mo: A Podcast with Mo Gawdat
Marisa Peer - Transforming Yourself Starts with Your Thoughts
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In today's enlightening episode, we're joined by the extraordinary Marisa Peer, a globally recognized therapist and best-selling author. Marisa, with over three decades of experience in transforming lives, discusses her innovative approach to therapy, Rapid Transformational Therapy® (RTT®), and its profound impact on people's lives. 

A true pioneer in the field, her methods have helped celebrities, royals, and top athletes achieve remarkable personal breakthroughs. In this episode Marisa shares her journey and the powerful ways in which her work challenges and changes the limiting beliefs holding us back, inspiring a journey towards self-acceptance and profound change. We'll be exploring the transformative insights her work has accomplished and give practical advice for positive changes. 

Listen as we discuss: 

  • How Marisa became who she is today
  • Why therapy usually takes long
  • Hypnosis
  • Reframing
  • The "do anything" brain defect 
  • The state of Being & the state of Doing
  • Can everyone be enough?
  • Comparisons
  • Marisa's childhood awakening
  • Advice for the future
  • Are we in a world of Pain?
  • What we can do

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How did Marisa become who she is today
Why does therapy take so long?
Hypnosis
Reframe
The "do anything" brain defect
The state of Being & the state of Doing
Is everyone enough?
"Comparison is the thief of joy"
Marisa's childhood awakening
Advice for the future
Are we in a world of pain?
What we can do