(Pre Release)

Unplug From The Matrix Of Narcissistic Abuse

 

Back story: 10 months ago, I had a lot of questions for my friend and mentor Professor Sam Vaknin and we sat down to talk. 
My questions were all regarding an experience I had personally had during a narcissistic relationship that involved the induction, in me, of what seemed to be "artificial emotions".  
 
Sam patiently explained to me that yes, this is common and  they are called "emotional artefacts". But they only take place in a very special part of the abusive relationship called the "shared fantasy" space. Both concepts were completely new to me. 

“Do narcissists/borderlines induce false emotions in us?” The resultant interviews and private conversations created a domino effect for me of investigation and development. I wasn’t just looking for how or why these things can happen within the narcissistic dyad but HOW TO RECOVER from them and how to ensure we never go back.  

  

The answers are not easy.  
  
This course easily took the longest to develop and took the heaviest toll on me personally. It seems that the narcissistic relationship actually submerges the target into a Matrix like virtual reality that Sam Vaknin describes as the “shared fantasy” (developed from a concept by a psychiatrist called Sander in ´89).  
  
What I try to do is to make complex issues simpler and less intimidating so I began trying to make a full assessment of the threat and how the predation process operates in a step by step way in order to identify the damage done to us, where specifically and then how to recover.  

Broadly the process breaks down into:  

  1. The Bait (a big promise to a high leverage scenario offering access to a very scarce but highly desirable resource)  
  1. The Covert Contract (that coerces our consent, making us a party to our own abuse)  
  1. The Shared Fantasy  

These 3 steps obviously break down into smaller parts. The important thing is that they are ALL highly damaging and we must resolve ALL the issues in order to recover fully and to ensure we never fall prey to a narcissistically abusive relationship again.  
  
This course presents a (roughly) 60 to 90 day protocol to do just that.  
  
It also has an updated and streamlined “Break the Trauma Bond” to accelerate the recovery process.  
  
It is pre release so not all the written exercises are included yet, nor are the audio hypnosis tracks, but you can absolutely get started on the course as soon as you buy it.  
  
Warning 1. This is for education purposes only and does not replace face to face therapy with a qualified mental health professional.  

Warning 2. The temptation will be to rush to consume the course. Please be patient and follow the guidelines within. If you try to “rapidly consume” the course you run the risk of becoming overwhelmed (it is HEAVY, there is even a mini course within the first module to help you process the course as you go) and you certainly will not be able to absorb it.  
  
If you join before Friday the 26th, you get the course at the special offer price (after which it goes up to $297) and access to a special email address where you can ask questions and offer suggestions that will help shape the course. 
 
You will only pay once, your access to the course as it develops and improves will be automatic. 
 
After the 26th the price goes up and the opportunity to work with me as a beta tester closes. 
  
Thankyou for reading  
  
Richard Grannon 

 

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