If you can visualize it, you can remove it

The fastest way to directly influence the subconscious mind is through pictures

Why mindTV is so effective

Feelings are hard to grasp. Ask a young child to explain what fear, anger, frustration or sadness is. Many times kids don't understand why and what it is, they are feeling - they just know it's there. Even though they may not be able to pinpoint what they are feeling, they will still be able to see it with their inner eyes. They can then rewind to the time when it started, relive and remove it.

Every issue has an underlying feeling, trapped in one or more memories. Through visualization you go back through the Movie of Your Life, to find these memories. Once found, you reframe and neutralize them.


Activating the unwanted feeling, rewinding to the day it began and realizing what happened.


Reliving and neutralizing the memory with a thorn-like feeling attached.


Breaking ties to anything holding you back and robbing your energy.


Finding closure, after having understood, accepted and forgiven.

Memories can have thorn-like feelings attached, that can cause lifelong interference. When removed, all that remains is a neutral memory.

A real example from session:
An 10 year old boy came for session because he couldn't go to school. The underlying feeling was a fear of being made fun of. A year before, he had vomitted on the classroom floor and was ridiculed by his classmates. During session he visualized going back to that very moment. He came to understand that he should have listened to his body signals. The boy then relived the situation multiple times, but with a different ending. He accepted that he needs to listen to his body to prevent this from happening again. He then made peace with his body and forgave himself. He let go of the idea haunting him, that this would happen to him again.


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nightmares, bedwetting and sleep patterns


of people, animals, places, situations, monsters, school, failure, dentist, vomitting, injections, heights, flying, being alone


allergies, hay fever, stuttering, tics, pain


addiction, eating, nail-biting, thumb-sucking, bruxism

Personal development

self esteem, social skills, mental strength, performance, jealousy, relationships, aggression, shyness, stress, ADHS


concentration, motivation, learning abilities, math, languages, blockades, mobbing, fear of exams, better memory