The TMS Billionaire

In the beginning of the 20th Century, poor people came to the United States from all over the world to make a new life for themselves. They worked very hard, saved every penny, and many of them, who showed up with almost nothing in their pockets, became very rich. They became the new rich - otherwise known as the “nouveau riche”. Their strong work ethic has become the foundation for the financial success of the United States.

Then, 16 years ago, author Tim Ferris identified a big problem with this hard-working mindset. Tim said:

“What’s the point of working all the time and saving all your money if you never enjoy yourself or your life?”  This just doesn’t make sense.

Tim wrote the mega best-selling book The 4-Hour Work Week: Escape the 9 to 5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich. And this time, “new rich” meant rich with time as well as money. This book is Tim’s autobiographical account of running a passive income...

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TMS: 5 Quick Fear Hacks



Chronic pain can create a lot of fear. Worry that the pain or other symptoms will never go away. Fear about being able to do the things you love - like recreational activities and travel. And even fear of being able to work, manage your daily routine and stay independent.

Fear is a heavy load and, in this episode, I want to lighten this burden by giving you

5 Quick Fear Hacks for Tension Myositis Syndrome.

You can use these hacks right away to start healing TMS for good. Your chronic pain free life is just around the corner!

Cheering You On!
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What to do when TMS flares up


Sometimes, just when you think you’ve got TMS under control, all the sudden TMS pain flares up - seemingly out of nowhere. Just when you thought you had a handle on it.

It’s not only painful, but also frustrating. Don’t be discouraged. Often, the increase in symptoms is because you’re starting to win the battle and your subconscious is making a last-ditch effort to stop your progress. 
A flare up may just mean that you’re getting closer and closer to curing yourself.

In this video, John explains the 4-step action process for flare ups:

- You’ll learn the 1st and most important thing to do to end the flare quickly. 

- You’ll learn how the TMS flare is correlated to a flare up in emotional conflict.

- You’ll learn how stop flare ups from occurring in the future.

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TMS: Resistance is Futile


Why would anyone resist healing their chronic pain? Well, my friends, it's not the pain you're resisting directly, but something in your life that needs to change.

In this important episode, Laura tackles this incredibly common barrier to TMS recovery. So DON'T RESIST and join her right now to learn how to get over your resistance hurdles and leave chronic pain behind for good!

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TMS: My Heart is Racing


High blood pressure is one of the very few “medical conditions” that traditional medicine admits is caused by stress. According to a recent survey of primary care doctors, they believed that:

•   40% of hypertension is caused by genetics.
•   35% is caused by lifestyle: poor diet, no exercise, smoking.
•   25% percent is caused by stress.

However, Dr. Samuel Mann MD, who specializes in hypertension and was a colleague of Dr. Sarno, has studied stress for decades and he has a different take on it. The question Dr. Mann poses is this:

Is hypertension caused by daily stresses like traffic & technology? 
Or is hypertension caused by repressed negative emotions? 

Dr. Mann says that a large percentage of hypertension can be categorized as TMS, and he’s created a unique way of determining whether HBP is caused by the stress and anxiety of daily life or deep-seated repressed...

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Stu: Sarno Medal of Freedom

Like many people in the United States (and around the world), our client Stu had terrible constant back pain for 2 1/2 years.

Stu got the Sarno Master Class recently and here’s a quote from the message we received from him.

“I really give you both credit for bringing it all together for me in one place where I’m able to take action with all my new beliefs and understandings about the mind-body connection. I never really paid much attention to my mental health before, but now I know it’s the single most important thing I can do to remain pain free.”

Stu followed the Master Class for eight weeks and said he’s grateful that he’s no longer constantly consumed with the distraction of pain. He also writes that:

“I am a big believer in what you guys are doing and want to express my extreme gratitude for your help. You do have to do the work, but it is definitely worth it. Thank you for your guidance and encouragement. I will stay in touch and...

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Sarno's 12 Daily Reminders (explained)

sarno daily reminders Oct 24, 2023


Greetings Friends! In today's episode, we're going back to basics by revisiting our beloved Dr. Sarno's 12 Daily Reminders for TMS.

These guidelines are the centerpiece for TMS recovery; however, in my experience, they are sometimes misinterpreted and not used to their fullest. 


So, join me now for Sarno's 12 Daily Reminders - explained. This will be time well spent!


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Anna: Sarno Medal of Freedom Winner

Anna from Michigan is one tough cookie. She endured a lot as a child and to survive she became perfect and good so as not to disrupt the household.

Like most TMSer’s, she grew into a very successful adult because of her perfectionist and people pleasing personality. You could always count on Anna. She’s always organized. She always gets things done.

But success isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be. Anna suffered from chronic symptoms throughout her adult life. She was diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis along with complex regional pain syndrome, and she had surgery for plantar fasciitis on both feet. She now knows the surgery was unnecessary.

Anna found the book - The Mind Body Prescription by Dr. Sarno on a plane and read most of the book before the plane landed. She saw herself on every page. She says it’s the first thing that made any sense.

Anna purchased the Sarno Master Class, created a plan of action, and really stuck to it. She started to...

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TMS: Childhood trauma is not the problem


Childhood trauma very often creates the perfect and good personality type which creates repressed anger which in turn creates chronic pain. That’s how it works.

So, the origin of a lot of chronic symptoms is childhood trauma. That’s the case 90% of the time.

However, new research in the field of psychology shows that going back to fix your past and rewrite your history may not be the most productive thing to do. In fact, the best course of action may be to do the exact opposite. You may need to shift your focus in the exact opposite direction to cure your chronic symptoms.

In this video, John will explain:
- Why therapy about your past may be a waste of time (for stopping TMS)
- What’s the best course of action instead
- And how to move forward toward the quickest possible cure

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Calming the Hyperactive Nervous System


By the time most chronic pain sufferers find the mind-body connection, their nervous systems have become highly hyperactive. And a hyperactive nervous system is what keeps the body tight and creates pain.

So, in this video, John explains the science behind the autonomic nervous system and why a person can look perfectly calm, while the nervous is raging. Also in this video, John explains 3 simple hacks for calming the nervous that you can put into use easily in one day.

Relax the nervous. Relax the mind. And then, relax the body.

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