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The Debox Revolution Book

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This powerful natural method is direct and simple. You can read this book in about an hour. Deboxing is a revolutionary self-help method that will free your mind from trauma, anxiety and emotional hang-ups leaving you free to live your life, have inner peace, and be the real you.

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Why Buy The Debox Revolution Book

 

 

Deboxing is a revolutionary self-help method that will free your mind from trauma, anxiety and emotional hang-ups leaving you free to live your life, have inner peace, and be the real you.

Imagine feeling no more guilt or shame.

Imagine being able to get rid of phobias and fears without ever physically facing them. Imagine getting rid of poor self-image.

Imagine removing your anxiety. Imagine removing your insecurity and jealousy. Imagine removing your anger and resentment. Imagine feeling calmer, happier, more confident and more worthy.

Imagine hacking away the unessential and removing the invisible shackles that hold you back so you can just BE YOU! The REAL YOU! The good, caring, humble, creative and fulfilled you. One who doesn’t keep suffering from internal struggle.

Imagine, all you have to do is use the simple process in this book and join the ‘The Debox Revolution’, and remove the root cause of your emotional life struggles, hidden in the deep dark depths of your brain. By deploying Deboxing, I believe it’s possible to address the full range of negative emotional afflictions ranging from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) through to obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and addictions.



Anne Bona, UK

#1. Why did you decide to try ‘deboxing’

I decided to try deboxing because as a coach, I was already big on any kind of self development/self awareness, and I had my own personal boxes that I didn’t know how to deal with. So, when Jay approached me with the concept of boxes, I knew it was something different…something I’d never really heard about in the self-help arena. I know ew if it could work for me, it could work for others. Also, I trust Jay.

#2. Did you have any doubts that it would work for you?

Right at the beginning, honestly…yes. I thought that it might be something similar to what Tony Robbins does, with a twist. Little did I know that it went waaay deeper lol.

#3. Did you ever want to quit?

Never. The process isn’t comfortable, in fact it hurts..BUT once I experienced my first deboxing I can safely say that I knew this was something that would become a part of me.

#4. What made you keep going even when you doubted it would work.

I’m curious lady.? I try stuff before completely ruling it out.

#5. How long did it take you to get it working for you and a place where you believed in it.

It took my first debox, which was approx 30 mins on the phone with Jay, and about an hour on my own afterwards. I believed in it right there and then.

#6. How do you feel about ‘deboxing’ now that you’ve got it working?

I feel confident about it. I feel confident that whatever box arises, I can deal with it and release it. I love it.

#7. How do you feel about the future now you have developed this new life skill?

My future is looking amazing…not just for me but for my whole family. This is a life skill that will positively affect those around me, and I can pass this on to my kids.

#8. Do you feel that you are truly more emotionally self-sufficient now?

I do. I used to emotionally react to people and situations…now, I naturally go within and think…”box, mirror or both?” I see my boxes as an opportunity to be better.

#9. If you could start again what would you do differently?

I wouldn’t. I think everything has happened exactly the way it was supposed to. Every experience gives me something I can pass on to others, especially deboxing.

Darren Hilton, UK

#1. Why did you decide to try ‘deboxing’ – Stuck, business not progressing through fear of,, what people may say.

#2. Did you have any doubts that it would work for you? Yes, of course. Many things tried before.

#3. Did you ever want to quit? NO Quitting is not an option for me. Besides I felt different in a positive way.

#4. What made you keep going even when you doubted it would work? I felt better after the first box appeared and emptied.

#5. How long did it take you to get it working for you and a place where you believed in it? About 3 months I think.

#6. How do you feel about ‘deboxing’ now that you’ve got it working? It’s GREAT I feel totally liberated and confident.

#7. How do you feel about the future now you have developed this new life skill? Very positive and engaged in business building activities, previously on the drawing board.

#8. Do you feel that you are truly more emotionally self-sufficient now? Yes, and that’s the great thing I am self-sufficient – not dependant

#9. If you could start again what would you do differently? Pay more attention and focus earlier to get debox working earlier –Have the faith.

Hayley Mason

#1. I had a number of self-worth/self-esteem/anger issues that had been with me for many years. They had affected previous and existing relationships. I was very prone to over-reacting to situations and comments made by people especially if I felt that I was being criticized in any way, even if it was made in a constructive way. I have previously been in therapy a few times and although I did think that these helped me at the time, after a while I’d still go back to these feelings of completely lacking in self confidence. I was just managing the emotions resulting from these issues, not dealing with them. Deep down I guess that I was always aware that these emotions went way back probably to my childhood. But something was stopping me doing things that I knew I had to do to to move my life forward, if you’d have asked me at the time I wouldn’t have been able to say what this was or why.

I was introduced to De-boxing by Jay who I had known for some time and |I knew that he’d had similar issues to deal with as I had and had also been in therapy a number of times. He’d discovered de-boxing and had worked through a number of issues with it and had freed himself from some major stuff that had trapped him for years. I knew that Jay would never recommend anything unless he was 100% sure that it was the right thing to do or that he hadn’t tried and tested it himself and got results.

#2. I did have doubts at first. It all sounded too simple, and I was a bit wary of re-visiting unhappy/painful times in my past.

#3. When I was right in the middle of my first major de-boxing session I actually started feeling ill. I had cold/flu symptoms and I couldn’t stop crying, this lasted a few days. I thought this couldn’t be right and did consider stopping.

#4. I spoke to Jay and a few members of our group and they had had similar experiences but had come out the other end and felt much better than they did before. Jay assured me that this was good because it meant that I was getting to the root of my issues. This convinced me to carry on, I’m now so glad that I did.

#5. Looking back, it was probably 3-4 days before I reached deep enough to hit some real boxes, a few times before that I thought I had but I still had some anxieties lingering, so I had to keep digging.

#6. Now I’ve learnt to recognise the signals, and am more aware I thinks it’s amazing. I’ve got a new self-awareness. It took some practice to be present in the moment and be aware that something was causing me an emotional reaction, but it’s given me freedom, and changed my relationships.

#7. I feel much more confident that I can control my emotions and reactions instead of them controlling me. I can also recognise reactions in people around me and be aware of those.

#8. I do feel much more emotionally self sufficient now. I don’t judge, I just accept & trust myself to take the necessary steps to work through whatever is affecting me.

#9. If I was starting again now I would just run with it and not hold back or question what I was doing. My first experience dragged on because I was worried and pulled back a number of times as I was unsure about where this was going and losing control. I now understand that I need to let the emotions play out first and then they don’t have control of me any longer.

Charlotte Suh, Korea

#1. I was feeling desperate, alone and hopeless. I felt depressed and incapable of dealing with my personal problems, my sadness, my feelings of hopelessness.

#2. When I started your words of encouragement Jay, gave me a sense of hope and made me feel like naybe it was possible. But I do have my doubts. Many times I felt like giving up. I did not put in the effort. I’m still lazy about deboxing but I feel like I will deal with the emotions/ reactions as they come up, instead of trying to search them out.

#3. Yes. I have felt like quiting many times. But with your encouragement Jay I have been sticking with it.

#4. I think that there is definately truth to letting something come up and allowing myself to experience it instead of pushing it back down or learning to ignore it. What was key knowledge to me was the concept of ignoring the story. Just allow the feeling. And feel it fully. The story, which most of us are attached to, is actually not important. This was a key learning for me. Without this point I feel it wouldn’t work as well.

#5. I think it has taken me at least two months of going through periods of doubts and deboxing sessions where i wasn’t sure if it was worth the emotional drain of releasing emotional tension through long sobbing cries.

#6. I definitely see a lot of value in this process of deboxing for getting at deep emotional pain that doesn’t feel like it has a bottom. I have certainly found an improvement in my daily moods and overall sense of Well-Being. I no longer feel deeply depressed and hopeless. I have experienced what feels like a breath of fresh air . And I have a tool that will help me with other difficult feelings/ emotional reactions as they come up. It’s a process that I can return to again and again as needed.

#7. As I said above I feel more hope now. And I feel a greater abikity to deal with emotional reactions and challenges in my daily life.

#8. Yes. I think i can honestly say i am more emotionally self sufficient. I no longer feel needy for help dealing with my feelings. I believe the deboxing technique is a tool that gives me more autonomy in my daily life.

#9. I don’t think I could have done anything differently from the place where i had started. I was in a place of darkness in my mind and frustrated by so many attempts at using so many other methods over the years, such as positive thinking and affirmations. Things happened exactly as they should have.

Thank you Jay, for opening my eyes to this technique. It has enhanced my spiritual practices as well. It actually helped me to become more clear about concepts in non- duality which i had failed to understand before. Your simple technique helped make those spiritual teachings more practical and less intellectual at their core.

Stevie, UK

#1. why did you decide to try ‘deboxing’?
It fascinated me after reading the book and more importantly made absolute sense. The thing is, I didn’t consciously decide to try it, my sub conscious decided for me as it knew I had it as a resource after reading the book!

#2. When you read the book, did you have any doubts that it would work for you?
None!

#3. On your 1st Debox experience how did you know it was a box?
Because my reaction to the conversation with my partner was a ‘bit of history repeating itself’ and not really relevant to what we were talking (heatedly) about and as the sob caught my throat my first reaction was to suppress it, then I allowed it, then I recognised what was happening so I gave in to it.

#4. What made you keep going through the process?
I knew it could help me to get rid of something that was holding me back and keeping me living in the past

#5. How long did it take you to get it working for you and a place where you believed in it?

It worked as soon as I recognised that it was a box- my recognition was the key that opened it for me and then I accepted and embraced the process

#6. How do you feel about ‘deboxing’ now that you’ve got it working?

Essential to moving forward in your own life, giving yourself the gift of freedom from limiting beliefs

#7. How do you feel about the future now you have developed this new life skill?

I’m looking forward to finding more of me and less of other people’s crap

#8. Do you feel that you are truly more emotionally self-sufficient now?
I think there’s a lot more stuff for me to work through before I can say yes to this

#9. What would you say to anyone thinking about using this natural method I call Deboxing?

Read the book. Don’t over think it. Allow it to happen and give yourself permission to clear what comes up.
Just do it!

Aurora Young, Singer, UK

Before I met Jay and studied this course, I had been seeing a specialist trauma therapist to help me get over the suicide of my fiance. I still had a lot of issues surrounding my family and how they dealt with his death and with myself. Realising that their reactions were a result of their own boxes and changed the way I viewed their behaviour towards me. Whenever I became upset about them or when the trauma would come up, by leaning into it and Deboxing, I found my life becoming happier and problems easier to deal with. I would and have recommended this book and course to anyone that would benefit, which is pretty much everyone!!

Thank you, Jay

Carl, UK

I completely agree with the other reviews and I’d like to emphasise the process of leaning into the reaction instead of trying to use positive thinking suppression! Also as a thinking person, to “feel” more has been an absolute life changer. I’ve let a few big boxes go and many smaller ones. An incredible part of it is how unknowingly related boxes and their reactions have also vanished, along with a huge diminishing of obsessive compulsive behaviour, which has been with me for 40 years! My confidence is increasing and my anxieties are disappearing before my eyes too! So I genuinely, highly recommend this to anyone who is sick of being a slave to their emotions and fed up with everyone telling them that they just need to think more positively.