Marisa Peer is a world-renowned speaker, Rapid Transformational Therapy founder & trainer, columnist, and best-selling author.
The way we look and feel has very little to do with our chronological age, and my guest on today's podcast believes that positive thinking and changing your belief system are the most important factors in staying truly young.         In her book, You Can Be Younger, leading therapist Marisa Peer explains how you can arrest the ageing process by harnessing the power of your subconscious mind. By changing your thinking, you can change your body and become physically and mentally at least ten years younger. She also discusses how to retrain your mind so you can stay young and vibrant, how to implement cell regeneration therapy to counteract the ageing process, and how to boost energy and visibly improve your skin's appearance.         There are few speakers today that have the wide experience and stellar reputation of Marisa Peer. Named ‘Britain’s Best Therapist’ by Tatler magazine, Marisa has spent over three decades treating a client list that includes international superstars, CEOs, royalty, and Olympic athletes.         Training early in her career as a child psychologist, Marisa later earned further qualifications from the Hypnosis Training Institute of Los Angeles and the Pritikin Longevity Centre. In 2015, Marisa Peer founded Rapid Transformational Therapy™, an exciting and award-winning training method that is solution-oriented, fast, and highly effective. Having spent over thirty years developing her technique, which is renowned as life-changing and dynamic and spoken of in superlatives, Marisa has trained over 3,000 RTT™ therapists around the world.         Within two years of its launch, Rapid Transformational Therapy™ won eleven awards in just six months because of its effectiveness and its revolutionary transformational techniques. She trains RTT™therapists in London, Los Angeles, and Australia every year.           A best-selling author of five books, Marisa’s USP is that she teaches “simple steps that produce dramatic and life-changing results.” When she reveals her fundamental rule –that all our emotional and personal problems come from us believing that we’re not enough’ – and explains how to overcome it, the results are tremendous and dramatic. Her latest best-selling and powerfully worded book, I Am Enough, enables the reader to achieve powerful and recognizable results rapidly and permanently. During our discussion, you'll discover: -Why Ben and Marisa will never "retire"...11:30         -How Marisa became involved with anti-aging and longevity...13:40         -Clues your body leaves that it is constantly rejuvenating...17:30         -How to think and grow young...22:30         -How to promote youthfulness in your everyday environment...34:42         -Traits that long-lived populations share in common...41:22         -Marisa's personal longevity habits...53:20         -What movies or shows Marisa recommends to make you laugh...57:55 -And much more!
If you’ve ever want to be more empowered and feel better about yourself, then do we have the I am Enough show for you! Today I’ll be talking with best-selling author Marisa Peer, named Best British Therapist by Men’s Health Magazine, the creator of the Instant Transformational Therapy and the author of a brilliant new book, on reframing your mind, and your life, I am enough. And that’s just what I want to talk with her about today, about marking your mirror, and changing your life! Key Points Discussed: How did Marissa Peer end up as Jane Fonda’s aerobic instructor? What was Marissa’s early relationship with food – and how did she change it? How did she get pregnant when she was told it was impossible? What was Marissa’s gift of cancer and her two near-death experiences? How does our mind respond to detailed instructions and what does this mean for us? What is our birthright of confidence? How do we move past limiting beliefs? What does it mean that “I am enough”? What’s the importance of the pictures in our heads and the words we tell ourselves? What does it mean that if we use the wrong words we create the wrong reality? How do we deal with the chatter in our minds? How do we move past old patterns??? What can we learn from the Hollywood Star who thought he was never enough? What can we learn from all of her successful clients about tackling problems? What’s the importance of front-loading our day? Why is our “dream job” so illusive, and what do we need to know about it? What’s the power of repetition? What’s the one thing we can do, today, to begin transforming our sense of ourselves, and realize that “I am enough”??? Additional Resources: Contact ……. For free meditations, weekly tips, stories, and similar shows visit: To support the show and get even more great tools, tips, and behind-the-scenes access, visit: And to follow Inspire Nation (and the lives of Michael and Jessica) on Instagram, go to And to follow Inspire Nation on Tik Tok simply go to InspireNationShow on Tik Tok
“Tell yourself a better lie, you’ll live a better life.”QUESTIONSHow do we heal from decades of thinking negatively? (1:16)How do we change our interpretation of flee or freeze to flow? (5:18)How do we best influence our kids? (35:31)What’s the difference between feelings and thoughts? (50:18)What’s the main cause of addictive behavior? (1:04:10)How do we become more self confident? (1:09:11)YOU WILL LEARNHow our ancestral brain works (4:30)Why the pictures and words we use are so important (9:05)Why the conversation you’re having with yourself is the most important (13:16)How role, function and purpose work (19:01)The five child’s needs (24:10)How tagging works in children with unmet needs (30:33)How children keep the things parents say with them (39:12)The importance of having an honesty policy with your kids (47:22)How proper hypnotherapy excites the imagination (57:21)The importance of installation in therapy (1:02:09)LINKS MENTIONEDRapid Transformational TherapyIf you enjoyed this episode, show notes and more at and follow at
Famed hypnotherapist Marisa Peer, named the Best British Therapist by Men’s Health Magazine, has devoted her life to helping people resolve childhood trauma, find love, and lead healthier lives. Her primary insight is that the mind does what you tell it to, but most people do not understand how to talk effectively with their own minds. On this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu, Marisa Peer explains exactly how to transform your negative self-talk, details the process by which you can come to the full realization that you are enough, and explains how to deal with the primary impediments to personal growth.   This episode is brought to you by:  Butcherbox. Use the discount code: "TOM" at to get 20$ off and FREE BACON Vincero Watches. Go to and use code IMPACTTHEORY at checkout for 15% off your entire order plus free shipping. Blinkist. Visit to try out the premium service completely free for 7 days! Skillshare. Start learning on Skillshare today with 2 free months at ITU. Check out Impact Theory University at:   SHOW NOTES:   Marisa tells the story of what led her to hypnotherapy [2:18] Marisa explains how hypnotherapy shuts down the critical part of the brain [4:18] Marisa explains why you need to use language that is powerful and absolutely up to date [6:52] What is the difference between repetition and hypnosis? [9:35] Marisa describes the process of finding the imprint that causes your negative self-talk [11:43] What are the limits to the fact that your mind does what you tell it to? [16:52] Marisa describes the “You are Enough” movement [20:56] Marisa explains how starting with “I am enough” changes people’s self-talk [22:46] Marisa and Tom discuss why people sometimes are not willing to change [25:33] Marisa discusses how she dealt with cancer [32:36] Marisa shares the impact she wants to have on the world [38:54]   QUOTES:   “If you understand the mind, it does what you tell it. That’s it’s job. If you tell it better stuff, you have an amazing life. If you tell it mediocre stuff, you have a mediocre life.” [6:39] “The number one block is the fear of rejection. If I make it I might get rejected. If I find love they might leave. If I make all that money people won’t like me. So you’ve got to smash out of the ballpark the fear of rejection.” [19:56] “If you make the choice to talk to yourself better, you can bounce back. You might as well use your mind as much as you possibly can to be well.” [37:55]   FOLLOW:   WEBSITE:  INSTAGRAM:  FACEBOOK:  TWITTER: 
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