My journey with Brain State Technologies began in October 2010 when I read an article in People magazine about Wynonna Judd’s 55-pound weight loss. It wasn’t the typical article promoting a diet or weight loss program. It was an article  about things I could relate to, like out-of-control eating due to low self-esteem, fear, anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress, etc.

She talked about food being her comforter throughout her life and that when she did the training at Brain State Technologies for the first time ever, she felt grounded and safe and no longer has the need for food like she always has.

“Grounded” and “safe” popped out at me like a neon sign. For the next couple of days, I couldn’t stop thinking about what it would feel like to actually feel truly grounded and safe.

I’ve worked on all of the same issues she mentions in the article. I’m no stranger to therapy and twelve-step groups, and have done a lot of healing through alternative health care, as well. But her words grounded and safe rang in my soul like a loud dinner bell and I knew she was on the right track.

My inner voice gave me a huge nudge to call and make an appointment, which I did. I went in for an introductory visit and knew intuitively that I needed to sign up for the ten sessions they recommend. I have completed those sessions and blogged about the entire journey on my website [www.echobodine.com] if you’d like to get a more in-depth report on it.

I can sum it all up by saying this technology has changed me in the most positive way.

I now know what it feels like to really feel grounded and safe. I have a calmness inside that’s hard to put into words. I feel this tremendous amount of love that I sometimes have to harness, because it could be confusing for people.

December is usually a pretty tough time for me emotionally. I’ve been labeled bipolar and I never know if I’m going to be in the manic state or the very depressed state. I can honestly say as I sail through this December, I’m as balanced as a person can be. No manic. No depression. Just nice and even. And it’s not the kind of nice and even you get with meds. It’s a deeper nice and even.

I feel excited about the future — more hopeful in spite of the state of the economy, the country and the world in general. I’m enjoying work much more. My psychic gifts  have gotten stronger and the healing coming out of my hands is stronger, because I feel more trusting and open. Writing is more enjoyable because my focus and clarity have improved a great deal since having a stroke a few years ago.

Something else I love about this program is that the work done on your brain is permanent, so you don’t have to keep going back, but if you feel you want to do more work (like I will with clarity and focus) you can go back for more sessions.

I want to experience my full potential — and I feel like, for the first time ever, I’ll finally be able to do that.

Echo Bodine
Echo Bodine offers psychic readings, healings and teaching spiritual classes. She is the author of 10 books, the latest of which is What Happens When We Die, about death from the soul's perspective. Her online psychic development classes are reaching people all over the globe. She continues to travel and teach psychic development and intuitive development workshops for the Edgar Cayce foundation. Visit Echo's website or contact her by email.

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