Case Study #1


A mother brought her 12-year old son to Gwen for help. The school had suspended him several times for outbursts of anger toward other children. They had been focusing on the anger with little success. Gwen worked on a core belief system around why he was angry. She found that he used anger to hide his pain and to make others hurt because he hurt. When she found the core belief-“I am just worthless and useless, and nobody loves me”-the boy broke down and sobbed about 10 minutes. She cleared the faulty core belief system and replaced it with an empowering core belief system. His mother reported that he was much more settled, able to return to school, and seemed more peaceful.

Case Study #2


Several years ago, a young mother came to Gwen and Leilani because of panic and anxiety attacks. For years she had severe pain in her heart and thought she was having heart trouble. She saw several doctors but none could find anything physically wrong with her. Her ex-boyfriend who was emotionally abusive, had corded her through the back around the heart enabling him to control and manipulate her. We helped her identify the source of her heart pain, removed it, and her heart pain left immediately and has not returned.

Case Study #3


A woman was frightened of crowded and tight places and often had to leave social activities because of panic. We helped her find the experience that triggered this fear. She can now go into a crowded space or closet; even though she finds herself wanting to react, she can stop the panic and remain in control.

Case Study #4


Several years ago a young man came to see us who was addicted to cigarettes since he was 14 years old. He had tried patches and other medical devices, but could not stop smoking. We helped him identify the programs that went with his addiction and reversed them. He stopped smoking and has never had a desire to smoke again.

Case Study #5


One young lady was obsessed with twins. She wished she had a twin, wanted twins when she married, was fascinated with twins, and would carry pictures of herself in her wallet and display them on her dresser. She felt like she was always looking for someone.

When we discovered that she had lost a twin during her mother’s pregnancy, she broke down and sobbed. She literally mourned the loss as she would a death. After a while, she felt great relief and gained insight into many of her behaviors that were keeping her from moving forward in life. She was able to move out of her parents’ home, take charge of her life, and become much happier and freer. She will always feel a loss, but understands and knows how it was affecting her.