Windham, NY (PRWEB) August 2, 2006
The fear of being fabulous. What is it? Where does it come from? That’s what Drs. Judith Sherven and Jim Sniechowski have been examining for the past nineteen years.
“As a psychology team,” Sherven and Sniechowski say, “we’ve been working with world famous as well as ordinary individuals. We’ve seen how the fear of being fabulous runs roughshod over intelligence, ambition, celebrity, desire, even charisma. Mel Gibson is just the most recent example.”
“It’s more than an idea, or a theory,” Sniechowski says. “It’s very real and very destructive and far more common than most people even imagine let alone know about.”
Here’s how they claim it works.
Most people fantasize about how idyllic their lives would be if they became super successful. But what they don’t expect is the dangerous drag of their own unconscious undertow that keeps them stuck in old patterns. That’s what happens to lottery winners who cannot live with their new wealth and not only lose it all, but often end up in worse shape than before they won.
“That undertow,” Sherven says, “is fueled by unconscious emotional loyalties that sabotage their achievements and compel them to act out behaviors they otherwise would claim to abhor.”
“And, as in Gibson’s case, ” Sniechowski adds, “alcoholism is blamed as the culprit. Alcohol plays a part but it does not reach down to the emotional driving force. That’s why many alcoholics fall off the wagon.”
Sherven and Sniechowski have recently begun offering a series of teleseminars called “The Fear of Being Fabulous” with powerful results. Psychology professionals as well as lay people have repeatedly responded saying they’ve received fresh and new insights that had an immediate impact on changing their lives and the lives of their clients.
“Our objective,” Sherven said, “is to bring this very insidious fear to light so that people have a better grasp on why they cannot help sabotaging their lives.
Regarding Gibson, his father, an avowed anti-Semite, publicly stated that the Holocaust never happened. And when this came to light during the huge success of Gibson’s film, “The Passion of the Christ,” Gibson consistently rose to his father’s defense.
“It’s no surprise to us that Gibson defended such unconscionable behavior,” Sniechowski said. “This father’s very loyal, unconsciously shackled son screamed obscenities about the Jews his father so hates and blamed them for all the wars. Psychologically, the superstar is caught in beliefs that are not truly his own. ”
“And that’ s why a man,” Sherven said, “who is the envy of the entire world, would keep repeating to the police officers who arrested him, ‘My life is f****d, My life is f****d.’”
Through their teleseminars, Sherven and Sniechowski have been delivering their message to an international audience teaching people that it’s more than just a matter of mind control, or repeating positive affirmations, or setting goals. It’s a matter of uncovering and unraveling the unconscious loyalties that make up the fear of being fabulous that, as Gibson reveals, can be lethal in their effect no matter how successful one may appear to be.
For tips on overcoming The Fear of Being Fabulous™ go to http://www.fearofbeingfabulous.com. Information about their next teleseminar will follow.
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Best-selling authors and husband and wife Judith Sherven, PhD and Jim Sniechowski, PhD, are
internationally acclaimed authorities on The Fear of Being Fabulous™. For tips on overcoming the fear of being fabulous go to: http://www.fearofbeingfabulous.com