Welcome to the Prosperity Portal.
Here is a one-stop training portal for you to learn more about the issues raised in the FREE introductory eBook, including childhood trauma, neuroplasticity, child abuse and mistreatment and the latest scientific research. This training will expedite your awareness of the issues that may be holding you back from prospering in all areas of your life. Enjoy.
To use this training effectively:
1. Choose a topic from one of your ebooks
2. Watch a video/read an article regarding the topic 2 – 3 times
3. Sit and consider your feelings around the information you have just studied
4. Then spend 20 minutes completing either your 3 step treatment or your non-dominant writing exercise
5. Keep a writing pad in nearby as new realisations will pop up into your awareness during the day. Record as much as you can
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Sections in this video include:
a) The five core symptoms
b) The connection to addictions
c) What I am calling "the big reveal"
"Still Face" experiment, by Dr Edward Tronick
Attachment, Emotional Well-being, and the Developing Brain
A study showing how both emotional well-being and trauma affect the brain in positive and negative ways respectively
Change Your Brain
Free training course. Click here for access
How Childhood Trauma Affects The Brain
It is not news that people abused as children are more exposed to clinical depression, anxiety, and a higher risk of death from suicide. But now, researchers have begun to reveal what happens in the brain following this kind of trauma.
Peter Levine's Secret to Releasing Trauma From The Body
In this video clip from his 2013 Psychotherapy Networker keynote address, "Trauma and the Unspoken Voice of the Body," trauma expert and bestselling author Peter Levine explains how the body stores the memory of a traumatic event
In an interview with Dipl. Psych., Dipl. Wi.-Ing. Bernhard Trenkle, Prof. Bessel van der Kolk illustrates the manifold consequences of traumatic experiences on body and mind, how trauma therapy can contribute to "detoxication", and which therapeutic methods are especially appropriate.
Bessel van der Kolk - How To Detoxify The Body From Trauma
Bessel van der Kolk - How Childhood Trauma Is Different From PTSD
Bessel van der Kolk, MD explains the effects of childhood trauma. Learn why early-life trauma can have devastating consequences, and what we can do for the treatment of PTSD and trauma and the brain.
Cheryl Schiltz – The Brain That Changes Itself
In his New York Times Bestseller, THE BRAIN THAT CHANGES ITSELF, Dr. Norman Doidge profiles the story of Cheryl Schiltz, and how her brain capacity was restored.
Paul Bach-y-Rita - Neuroplasticity
A short 10 minute story by Wired Science called 'Mixed Feelings' showcasing the work of the late, great Paul Bach-y-Rita and his revolutionary work in neurosplasticity.
The Woman Who Changed Her Brain: Barbara Arrowsmith-Young at TEDxToronto
Barbara Arrowsmith-Young is recognised as the creator of one of the first practical applications of the principles of neuroplasticity to the treatment of learning disorders. Her program is implemented in 54 schools internationally.
Napoleon Hill's Dirty Secret
(The Book You Never Read)
Childhood Trauma Leads To Brains Wired For Fear
Negative childhood experiences can set our brains to constantly feel danger and fear says psychiatrist and traumatic stress expert Bessel van der Kolk.
The 7 Books Every Entrepreneur Must Read
A list of the 7 books every entrepreneur should read.
Dan Lok: The Invisible Force - Self-Image - Enables You To Achieve Great Goals
Have you ever wondered why some people achieve their goals consistently, while others fail consistently? Dan Lok wondered this same thing and began a relentless search to find the answer. What he discovered was an invisible force that stops people from achieving their goals.
Alice Miller: From Rage To Courage
Preface from Alice Miller's book, From Rage to Courage.
Alice Miller: Resolving The Effects Of Child Mistreatment
Alice Miller writes about resolving the effects of child mistreatment.
Tian Dayton on Montel Williams
Tian talks with host Montel Williams and mother/daughter guests about her book, "It's My Life."
Tian Dayton on "Your Morning" with Cindy Edwards
Tian talks with host Cindy Edwards about her book, "The Magic of Forgiveness".
Jim Rohn - Use Your Own Mind, Think, And Make Good Decisions
Great speech by Jim Rohn on how to use your mind, think, and make good decisions.
Tian Dayton on Webinar on Process Addictions
Long-time friend of and Advisory Board Member for Freedom Institute, Dr. Tian Dayton kicked off our Process Addictions Initiative with a webinar introducing us to process addictions on September 10, 2012. Utilising material from her new book, The ACoA Syndrome, she explored the path to process addictions, or self-medication.
An Exploration Of Addiction In Adults Experiencing Early-life Stress
The Study revealed that clear associations exist between early-life stress and addictive behaviours in adulthood, such as between trauma in childhood, violence, and addictive behaviours.
The Long-term Health Consequences Of Child Physical Abuse, Emotional Abuse, And Neglect
A systematic review and meta-analysis. You can read about this study here
The Misdiagnosis of Mental Illness with Charles Whitfield
In this video, Charles Whitfield argues that most conditions that are labeled as mental illness are actually instances of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which is properly viewed as a normal reaction to trauma.
Healing The Child Within with Charles Whitfield
Here Charles Whitfield presents his hypothesis that the child within can also be identified as the true self. When trauma occurs in childhood, this core aspect of human consciousness goes into hiding and is, typically, replaced with an egotistical false self. The recovery process is a hero’s journey involving many ups and downs. It requires a supportive and safe environment.
A Course In Miracles with Charles Whitfield
Here Charles Whitfield describes his own journey from an atheist to a Course in Miracles teacher. He points out the power of acknowledging that there is more in the universe than we can know.
Babies Who Get More Cuddles Have Their Genetics Changed For Years, Study Shows
The amount of close and comforting contact that young infants get doesn't just keep them warm, snug, and loved. A new study says it can actually affect babies at the molecular level, and the effects can last for years. Read more here
Starved for Affection: How Childhood Experiences Define Love
Many women, it seems, hang on to what our culture preaches in the hopes that they’ll catch the brass ring, although research shows that children who grow up with a secure style of attachment — whose emotional needs were met in childhood, who felt loved and supported and grew to have confidence in their thoughts and feelings — are more likely to dodge the someday-my-prince-will-sweep-me-off-my-feet vision our culture encourages and find a relationship that is both durable and nurturing.