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Before I Add You To The List, I Need To Know:

Are You 100% Sure You Want This?

In a moment, I’ll tell you exactly how to confirm your email address and lock in your free subscription to The Growl

…but before I do, I want to remind you of all the reasons NOT to sign up (just so I know that you actually want this – ALL of this… not just the good stuff):

First, there’s the fact that this may take all the feelings you’re avoiding and shove them in your face.

While the destination IS peace, joy, beauty and freedom… 

…this path is fraught with danger and challenge.

Here be dragons.

To get to the goodness, you need to feel through your fears, doubts, shame, guilt, anger and so on. All the stuff most people spend their entire lives avoiding.

While I’d love to tell you it’s going to be all sunshine and rainbows, the fact is that it may be be the opposite of that… especially in the beginning.

In fact, if you apply yourself to this process, it might be the hardest thing you’ve ever done.

That’s honestly how it’s been for me.

Massively life-changing… but also one of the hardest things I’ve ever done.

“What’s the point?”, you ask.

The point is to pull up this stuff by the roots so it no longer bothers you… instead of burying it while treading water like most people do.

That might be painful and uncomfortable for a while… but if you have courage and persist, on the other side of the pain is more beauty, joy and freedom than you can imagine.

That reminds me…

Don’t be surprised if you feel worse before you feel better.

This isn’t some “feel good” program that’s going to fix you in 30 days or less.

So don’t sign up for The Growl expecting to find a quick and easy “trick” to make yourself feel good.

Rageheart is so much more than a simple bag of tricks because “tricks” don’t create lasting change.

If you want tricks to help you avoid feeling what’s going on inside you, go read the latest self-help book.

But if you’ve realised that you have to FEEL your way to freedom, The Growl is for you.

Another thing:

Don’t expect it to be fast.

Real change takes time.

Years, even.

Yes…

Years.

Take your “30 days to healthy and whole” concept and put it in the bad idea trash can.

Just like there is no “get rich quick”, there’s no “get healed quick”. And if anyone tells you otherwise, run away from them as fast as you can.

Another great reason NOT to sign up for The Growl is the fact that:

It’s somewhat new, hasn’t hit the mainstream yet and your friends might think you’re a weirdo.

Yeah.

Despite the fact that this shit rocks, most people have never tried anything like it.

Most solutions to suffering are about thinking while Rageheart is all about feeling.

For example, gratitude journals teach you to replace negative thoughts with positive thoughts.

In other words, it’s a thought-based solution.

Cognitive behavioural therapy is the same.

You take a negative thought, change the words and finish with a positive thought. Do it enough and you’ll “rewire” your brain to think positive more often… or at least that’s what they say.

Again, it’s a thought-based solution.

Then there’s talk therapy, where you talk about your problems until you hopefully find a solution. But all too often, people just get stuck in their stories.

It’s just more thinking.

While meditation is slightly better, it often ends up being too cognitive and detached from feeling (especially for the average Westerner who is used to living inside their head).

Instead of feeling (and expressing) your feelings, you learn to watch them from a distance.

But while detaching beats being out of control, it’s still a long way from feeling healthy, whole and ALIVE af.

Hell, I meditated for 10 years.

But while I felt calmer, I also felt bored, mildly depressed and apathetic about life.

Why?

Because I used meditation to shut down and bypass my feelings and my emotions.

This is all too common when it comes to meditation.

(The technical term for this is “spiritual bypassing”. You’re doing it when you use spiritual practices to bypass the messy human experience in all its beautiful, heartbreaking glory.)

But Rageheart?

It flips this script on its head.

It’s about getting out of your mind and into your body. Feeling what’s going on inside you instead of detaching from it or managing it.

In other words…

Rageheart is about actually dealing with the problem rather than just coping with it.

This is what everyone wants to avoid… but it’s also the only way to heal.

Your stories of why you feel this way or that way or what happened in the past aren’t ultimately that important.

What matters it that you acknowledge, feel and express the feeling (as well as the energy behind it).

I’ll talk a LOT more about this in The Growl.

That’s why your stories about the past don’t really matter.

You can tell yourself a better story all you want, but if it doesn’t shift or release the energy in your body, it’s not going to fix things.

Negative thoughts, limiting beliefs and things like anxiety are symptoms of a much deeper problem.

They’re not the problem itself.

They’re more like the visible part of weeds in your garden.

If you clip the weeds without pulling out the roots, they’ll grow back in a few weeks.

But if you pull the weeds up by the roots, they’ll be gone for good.

That’s why Rageheart’s approach of getting you out of the mind and into the body is so powerful.

The roots of the weeds live in your body… in your emotions, feelings and sensations…

…not simply in your mind.

Change things at THAT level and you change everything.

This approach to healing beats everything else out there by a long shot.

For example, if gratitude journals, talk therapy and meditation are like Ford Lasers, Rageheart is a Ferrari:

Rageheart vs Most Approaches to Healing And Personal Growth

Ferrari

Rageheart

Ford Laser

Meditation, journaling, gratitude lists, self-help books and courses, etc

If you actually apply what I teach, you’ll see what I mean.

But yeah…

Since this approach isn’t popular (yet…), your friends might think you’re a little weird for being into it.

If you can deal with that in exchange for far better results, The Growl is for you.

But if you’re not ready to buck the trend, stick with the “more popular but generally less effective” paths.

I am NOT a therapist, psychologist, counselor, medical provider or health care specialist.

I am also NOT attempting to diagnose, treat, prevent or cure any physical, mental or emotional issue, disease or condition.

I’m just a guy who found something powerful that can help a lot of people.

Like I said…

When I found this approach, I felt like I’d upgraded from a Ford Laser to a Ferrari.

It changed everything for me.

And now I’m on a mission to share it with anyone who will listen.

Also:

There are absolutely NO guarantees with this work.

As with most things in life, there’s no guarantee that anything inside Rageheart will heal or fix you.

It might… or it might not.

There are too many variables when it comes to healing and personal growth for me to guarantee a result.

Your anxiety might be caused by something that Rageheart helps with… but it might not be.

The same goes for everything else you’re struggling with.

The best advice I can give you is to try it out.

The material inside Rageheart changed my life.

And while there’s no guarantee it’ll work the same for you, it’s safe to say there’s a solid chance it’ll help.

Give it a try and see if it works for you.

So… there we have it.

A whole lotta reasons NOT to sign up for The Growl.

IMPORTANT:

If you sign up for The Growl, it means you understand and accept everything on this page.

Please keep that in mind.

The question is:

After my best attempt to convince you NOT to sign up…

Are you still interested in signing up for The FREE Growl?

If so, here’s what you need to do…

1. Go to your email inbox.

2. Open the email with the subject line “Important: confirm your subscription“.

2b. If it’s not in your inbox, check your promotions and spam folder. Move it to your inbox or primary folder then go and open it.

3. Click the link that says “Confirm your subscription“. Remember that this means you’ve read, understood and accepted everything on this page.

4. Go back to your inbox and await your welcome email.

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