JEFFREY GIGNAC

JEFFREY GIGNAC

Clinical Hypnotherapist, Master Practitioner in Neuro Linguistic Programming, Certified Hypnotist, Therapeutic Touch Practitioner, Creator of Passive Brain Fitness.

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Rejected Because I Wasn’t “Woo Woo” Enough

It's funny how fast the world changes 

Up until about five years ago, almost all the information about my products were purely scientific.

When I started creating brainwave technology, the furthest thing from my mind was spiritual matters.

Even after I began experiencing major significant spiritual awakenings, I was hesitant to talk about them because of my science-based background and the community that supported me.

When I publicly came out of the “Spiritual Closet”, I was pleasantly surprised at how well I was accepted and supported by my community.

Today, I’m more open than ever about my personal spiritual awakening and the “energetic aspects” of my work.

But here’s the thing I thought would never happen….

…I just found out that I was rejected by a couple summits because I was not “Woo Woo” enough. Not my words, these were the words they used.

Even as I write this email, I have no idea how I am going to respond.

I’m certainly not going to change to be more “Woo Woo”… for whatever that means.

I believe my work is better than ever because I incorporate both worlds. I love science and the spiritual and when they meet in a harmonious way, you get a better product.

My point is things change and sometimes they change very quickly…

…And how you respond, react or overreact to change has EVERYTHING to do with what will come your way in the future.

How do you respond to change?

Do you panic when something big comes up or do you respond appropriately?

Some statistics show that 70% of lottery winners go broke within 5 years.

That’s pretty staggering when you think about it.

There are all kinds of reasons and theories behind why this happens but when it comes down to the nitty-gritty of it, there is one common thread that drives it all.

It’s called, “Overreacting”! Or a failure to respond appropriately.

Overreactions are harmful, period.

We typically think of overreacting as something people do as a result of bad things happening, but overreacting can be just as harmful when it happens when good things happen.

Here’s my favorite quote on the matter:

“Day by day, as we begin to respond appropriately to life with all its giving’s and misgivings, we put ourselves in the best possible position to influence what life will hand us in the future.”
-Jeffrey Gignac

So how do you begin to respond more appropriately?

I have two programs that can help with that.

http://passivebrainfitness.com/flow/life-response-frequencies-4th-edition-sale
And
http://passivebrainfitness.com/flow/meditation-in-minutes-enrollment

Thanks for reading and I hope you have a great day,
Jeffrey Gignac

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