FAST Pathways Foundations Course
Have you ever noticed how much of your thinking doesn’t make sense? Things like worrying away, stressing out, or getting in a flap about something which should be a breeze? Your mind’s auto-pilot can easily pick up these patterns by accident – and it’ll keep on running them, even when they’re not helping.
But imagine, that by taking just a few minutes every now and again, you can start to re-code those patterns; switching off disruptive stress and anxity, so you experience more of the useful stresses - the ones which give you energy, instead of draining it away.
Because powerful change doesn't need to take time, effort or willpower
Here’s a little of what you’ll learn in this course
“My anxiety had been building for ages. I wasn’t sleeping well, and I had to force myself to get up in a morning – it felt like a big fist, knotted in my stomach. My throat always felt tight and often sore, affecting my voice. If I had to go out, even to meet friends, I’d get so worked up that sometimes I wouldn’t go at all.
After only a few hours with FAST Pathways, life is AMAZING. I feel calm and light, I’m sleeping much better, with no problems getting up and going. I’m going out without giving it a second thought, and enjoying myself when I get there. The knotted fist feeling is completely gone.” Belinda, Wigan
The Foundations course also includes a comprehensive collection of tips and insights, delivered every few days by email, to help you embed your FAST Pathways skills even more effectively.
“I’d a long history of anxiety and depression, and on top of that, I was getting over bereavement from my partner. I’d been pushing myself to keep going, but I wasn’t coping as well as I’d thought.
My symptoms were escalating again – I couldn’t concentrate, I’d had to stop looking after my grandchildren, and I was struggling to function at all normally. The thought of sliding back into my symptoms just made me panic.
FAST Pathways was a revelation – I’ve learned to quite literally, change my mind. That downwards slide which I’ve experienced so many times before, isn’t inevitable. It wasn’t long before I was an actively involved Grandma again. I’m sleeping better, comfortably getting out and about; and it’s lasted.” Jean, Lancashire