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Eliminate Anxiety by Reprogramming the Mind


A current study by the University of Montreal is investigating the link between punishment and the development of anxiety disorders in children. Researchers explain that harsh parenting may alter the child’s biochemistry and cause permanent physical changes in the brain and psychological problems.

But Mind Coach David Kynan is proving conventional beliefs about psychology wrong. The results he’s getting in treating anxiety are making some people rethink their approach to mental health.

“I really don’t have any anxiety anymore. I wake up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. It’s like a switch has been flipped in my mind,” says Kirk, one of David’s latest clients.“My behaviour, my mood and even my outlook on life has changed.”

In fact, many of Kynan’s clients testify to rapid changes, rapid turnaround and the resolution of seemingly unsolvable problems.

Kynan’s explanation defies the traditional view: “We are told that conditions like anxiety are biochemical, that they are hard-wired and that the solution is medication. In reality problems like anxiety are learned, and they can be unlearned.”

Using a synthesis of various methods, Kynan helps clients take back control of their mind and emotions. He says that what he offers is not therapy, but rather, “an active and dynamic process that helps people update their mental software.” He is convinced that people can reprogram their minds to overcome even the most difficult of psychological problems.

“Psychology has always focused on why someone has a problem. I look at how it works,” says Kynan. “Every problem has a structure and works as a system. When we find what the building blocks of the experience are, then we can rearrange the pieces.”

According to Kynan, in conditions like anxiety and panic, people confuse problems with symptoms. Anxiety is the symptom of a problem, whereas the cause is hidden behind the scenes in the mind. Struggles to resolve the symptom without uncovering the real problem will inevitably fail. “I help them uncover the mental template hidden beneath the surface that is keeping the problem in place and update it.”

Through his most popular presentation, “The Instruction Manual for the Mind”, Kynan teaches groups of rapt listeners, individuals and corporate staff alike, how the mind works and how to beat our most common problems.

His methodology is based on a model of psychology called Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), a system born in the 1970’s in Santa Cruz, California as a synthesis of the most effective approaches to therapy. NLP was the subject of a feature article in the Montreal Gazette in 2008.

Kynan has synthesized the thinking of NLP with other methods and created his own approach to rapid change. A type of “Sherlocke Holmes of the mind,” Kynan’s work sparked the interest of the Canadian Human Rights Commission where he was invited to speak, as well as such companies as Ericcson and Sunlife Financial.

Through his blog entitled, “The Instruction Manual for the Mind,” Kynan shares his insights on the secrets to change:

More information about David’s methods can be found at



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