For over 20 years now, prompted by curiosity, personal inclination and passion, I have been endeavouring to understand how we can really become successful in life. My take on success is satisfaction and profound gratification on personal, professional and social levels (until achieving self-actualization in Maslow’s pyramid, and the identity/spirituality of the logical thought levels in NLP).
When I teach, I incorporate a great deal of the disciplines I have studied in the course of many years of research and experience. Yet broadly speaking there are two main disciplines I have chosen to help people evolve along their personal and profession journeys: Yoga Coaching®, which we have designed on the basis of the teachings of Kundalini Yoga, and Neuro Training®.
I work a great deal with Yoga Coaching® in different companies and organisations, and am often asked for individual sessions. When taking an individual session, I first and foremost have to use Neuro Training®: it is the fastest, most direct and most effective means for reaching objectives.
What is Neuro-Training®?
Neuro-Training® can be termed “a practical method based on combining principles from different human sciences whose effectiveness has been proven. It challenges the subconscious through the nervous system to find what individuals really need to overcome the challenges they face, raise energy levels and support their own evolution”. This is how its founder, Australian researcher Andrew Verity, defines it.
Neuro-Training® is an evolution in Applied Kinesiology (then Specialised Kinesiology), an all-Western discipline created as a result of the inspirational work of many scientists and researchers, principally American, from 1960 to the present day.
For me, Neuro-Training is the utmost expression of what we can achieve today, in harmony with a rhythm and pace of change which has only been witnessed in the last few years. The aim is to increase our personal power and have a tangible effect on our existence, in keeping with the goals we set ourselves every day.
What are the benefits then?
I first became familiar with Neuro-Training ® in 2010. Together with Kundalini Yoga, which I had been doing for a number of years, it helped me get back on my feet and, in a certain sense, to be reborn following one of the hardest challenges I had ever faced: the sudden loss of my brother Gianmaria.
Have you ever heard anyone say that, regardless of what we want to achieve in life, if we can imagine it then we can do it? It is true, that is how our subconscious and our nervous system work. But how? We have often tried it to no avail. Resistance, beliefs that hold us back and fears can all create obstacles. Through individual sessions, we dismantle those very forms of resistance which often keep us chained to our own limiting mechanisms. We then have the means to access greater freedom and personal fulfilment.
The individual sessions make it possible to work specifically on personal and professional objectives, with the awareness that the benefits also make themselves felt in other spheres not tackled during the session.
In addition, at the end of the session Neuro-Training allows us to identify (asking the subconscious of the person in front of me, this being the most reliable interlocutor of all) the most effective form of meditation for that person, at that given moment in time and for the specific goal he or she is aiming to achieve. The form indicated is therefore the kind of meditation which will dismantle those mechanisms which are hampering the person. Yoga Coaching meditation does in fact take many forms, and each kind is useful for a given context or objective. Generally speaking, I invite participants to choose the one that suits them best by calling on their intuition, as this is a task which is not particularly rational in nature. But when I can ask their subconscious directly, I know we can’t go wrong.
Independent meditation on a daily basis (5-15 minutes a day), when identified in this way, acts as an accelerator which supports the person on his journey towards change, allowing him or her to be the motor and the protagonist of that change in full.