Theologicophobia? It’s Over.
Does theologicophobia have a serious impact on your life? It may not seem possible, but after more than a decade working with the most severe fears and phobias we know that – for anyone who is determined – theologicophobia can always be overcome.
If you are ready to put this behind you once and for all, here’s what we offer at CTRN:
- Theologicophobia better or gone in as little as a day
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- Clients in over 70 countries around the world
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• Advanced Techniques to Eliminate Underlying Fear
How CTRN Programs Work
You’ve got to ‘re-wire’ your unconscious mind – and with our help its easier than you may think. Consciously, you know your theologicophobia doesn’t make logical sense. If it did everyone would have it. Yet the fear perseveres only because your subconscious has ‘linked’ the thought of theology to a bunch of strong negative feelings – which get brought up automatically every time.
Until now, you just haven’t had the techniques for re-programming those connections. We’ll help you learn this simple system to make the fear history. Success is on the way – all you need to do is get started:
Would you be surprised to learn that this system is not a treatment or a cure? The only person with the authority to change your awareness is you. Our job is to educate you as you journey through this course to overcome your fear.
The process educates you with exact steps on how you gain self-confidence, calm and happiness, as well as proven methods to overcome anger, sadness, fear, hurt, guilt and anxiety. You have dealt with these emotions haunting you long enough. Harmful thinking isn’t helping – you need to make some serious changes now.
Instigators and Risk Factors for Theologicophobia
The root cause of Theologicophobia is often (but not always) traumatic incident in the past. The mind will, in some situations, generate the fear without an apparent cause. To locate the foundation, and substitute encouraging connections in place of the negative ones, is the solution. Those most at risk are:
• Individuals who possess tendencies of apprehension
• One who seems to be ‘high-strung’
• People suffering from adrenal insufficiency
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The Warning Signs You Should be Looking For
You can take our 2 minute Theologicophobia Online Test to establish the enormity of the problem for you, but it’s really quite straightforward: It is time to do something about the fear, if it is having a significantly negative effect on your life.
- Do you become sick at the simple thought of Theology?
- Do you instantly get dry mouth and moist palms?
- Does your heart begin to race?
- Do your legs turn to rubber?
These are only a few examples of the things one can feel. Click here to see more symptoms of theologicophobia.
We can help you get rid of not just the symptoms, but the cause. That’s why we’re here
Drugs & Medication
We strongly believe that drugs are not a good solution for any Theologicophobe, but you should always follow your physician’s advice with regard to drugs/meds and Theologicophobia. The root cause of being Theologicophobic is an unconscious mental association that links theology to powerful feelings of fear. Meds can mask the awful feelings for a while, but never break the mental patterns at the core of the problem
There hasn’t been a medication created specifically for treatment of Theologicophobia, just general broad-application meds – so it’s hard to justify popping a pill as a healthy solution with all the uncertainty that surrounds potential side effects.
The good news is with our program, your Theologicophobia will be history, without resorting to meds..
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