This week I’m delighted to have the fascinating Brent Baum on the show.
Some of you may remember the excellent episodes that I recorded with The Corporate Undertaker, Domenic Aversa.
Domenic mentioned that he once had some alternative therapy which impacted his life in a hugely positive way. So I felt it only right to pursue the protagonist of this revolutionary technique.
Brent Baum evidently hasn’t wasted a moment of his action-packed life. He studied for his post-graduate degree in Rome before serving as a Catholic priest. He was an archeologist in the Near East for 13 years. He’s a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor, a Licensed Independent Substance Abuse Counselor for the State of Arizona, and is a Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and Certified Hypnotherapy Trainer.
More recently Brent has developed “Holographic Memory Resolution®,” an “emotional reframing” technique which integrates the latest breakthroughs in neurophysiology for somatic, energy and color psychologies. Holographic Memory Resolution® is a unique body-centered, client centered approach that facilitates the mapping and resolution of a wide range of memory-based pathologies including many types of migraines, chronic pain, anxiety disorders, illness and trauma.
He’s helped thousands of people, including victims of 9/11 and survivors of the Oklahoma bombing. These are what he would call ‘level one’ cases. But many of us have ‘level two’ traumas – less dramatic than the aforementioned but equally debilitating in our lives. These traumas can manifest as chronic, long-term physical pain, nagging anger, anxiety or depression. Brent believes that if we can identify and unlock past traumas we can move forward and opitimize our lives. We talk in detail about the therapy, how it works and how it can improve our existence. So compelled was I that I’ve already committed to doing a session with him in the coming weeks.
Brent is an expansive, eloquent and kind human. You can reach out to him and find out more by clicking this link.
Click a link below to hear the interview and thanks, as ever, for your valuable support.