Does Talking About Your Situation Really Mean Changing Your Brain?

Of course not.

That’s why you need to read on to learn about a powerful new brain technology that is changing the way we influence and conquer addiction-based decision making.

You see, the brain is wired to be right, not to be sober necessarily. It is a pattern-making organ that can make you think you are changing and that you are improving, even when silently the same behaviors continue. This is the maddening cycle of addiction and why many say, “I know I shouldn’t do ___________, but I just couldn’t help it.”

How do you break these compulsive/impulsive behaviors?

Well, not just by talking about it. You need to rewire the hardwired patterns around the neural networks in place that have “protected” the limbic system’s powerful hold on solving poorly your emotional “issues.”

So, Here’s How This Works…

There are two kinds of thinking in the brain:

System 1 – the unconscious brain that is choosing the addictive patterns milliseconds before you are consciously aware that you just did decide to use, act out, etc

System 2 – rational, cognitive brain that logically “knows” if one continues with the addiction, negative consequences will likely follow.

Why pay lots of money to go to rehab which works only System 2—arguably a system of rationalizations—- when System 1 type thinking holds the true power to whether you stay headlong into your addictive ways or whether your brain truly releases you from this self-destructive behavior?

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    The Solution for Professionals

    Grey Matters International, Inc. offers a cutting edge quantum-mechanics based technology that creates new neural networks and eradicates trauma-based, reactive-based networks which are responsible for the irrational behaviors and decisions you are experiencing. This process is called neuroplasticity and as you see below it has helped many professionals seeking a way out of their prison:

    I am enjoying the following changes in my state of mind as a result of Dr. Fleming’s methodologies:
    * Centeredness
    * Focus
    * Calm
    * Reflectiveness

    I find myself considering the multiple facets of a problem and the consequences of different responses rather than simply reacting.

    While the desire to drink alcohol continues to arise from time to time, the intensity is muted. Likewise, the accompanying sense of frustration and anxiety which formerly haunted me has virtually dissipated. It is liberating to not scrape through each day with the brain-grit accompanying a low grade hangover. My productivity at work is steadily increasing as a I define and attack tasks from a more balanced perspective; I am knocking off tasks which I avoided in the past.

    I view my life and each day with anticipation and purpose.

    Steven Jones
    Software Quality Engineer

    “I wanted to thank you again for helping me overcome my restless leg problem. I have tried everything imaginable and nothing worked until I tried Grey Matters. It has been about 6 months and I still do not have any problems with my feet or legs. I’m glad I researched the different Neuroscience options since they are not all created equal. I would highly recommend Grey Matters. Thanks again for letting me sleep at night. I feel great.”

    Norm Farrar,
    Owner, Hawaii Island Recovery,
    CEO, Flatworld Network

    “Dr. Fleming’s brain-based coaching techniques and strategy literally turned my life and career around. The brain technology he uses set the stage for shifting around an emotionally reactive consciousness I was completely unaware of prior to engaging him. Sure, I read all the Harvard Business Review articles on great leadership behaviors and work/life balance ideas, but until your brain “gets the memo” these ideas don’t take root. I was on the path to a huge burnout, with financial and emotional consequences looming big time when I called in Dr. Fleming in to spend some time with me in NYC. His insight and kindness was a great combination on top of this powerful brain technology and since then I have experienced amazing growth and tangible outcomes. Increased financial gain, improved sleep, decreased anxiety, and “smarter not harder” productivity decisions. One of the best strategists on changing behavior out there on the market—bar none.”

    Michelle Rowell,
    Senior Vice President

    “Dr. Fleming’s coaching and brain technology did wonders for me upon my return from my tour of duty in Iraq during the Middle East war. Before I received my treatment from him, I was always quick with my temper. When I was in public I always kept my head on a swivel, with my head working overtime—as in, overworked, overstressed, over thinking nonstop. Since working with him, my head is clear, I can sleep through the night, and finally I have not had any more nighmares, affiliated with trauma re-experiencing. This is a HUGE relief! You see, before meeting him, my head was constantly in a fog and as a result I was making some very poor decisions that forever changed my life. I would beat myself up….. and now, I am thinking clearly, i am happier, and I feel secure. Things are looking better for me, through my eyes, for my life”

    Army Specialist Matthew M. Moore,
    63DH8, Houston, TX

    “Had a problem with OCD. Kevin was instrumental in helping me where others weren’t. He has brought the science of the mind into new frontiers.”


    Click here for more success stories with Dr. Fleming

    We know your time is valuable and that life must still move on while addressing these critical issues in your life. That is why we bring this life changing technology to you and will work with you one-on-one with this process over roughly 5-7 days, depending on client situations.   Discrete, confidential, and highly efficient. We literally can rewire your brain to release its hold on your substance or addictive behavior of choice.