Annie Hopper and the Dynamic Neural Retraining System™ (DNRS™) team shared exciting news this month with their newsletter subscribers: the University of Calgary and the University of Alberta will be researching the effectiveness of the DNRS with people who suffer from Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), and Fibromyalgia (FMS). This is big news for everyone who has been asking for scientific studies to prove the efficacy of brain retraining programs for limbic system impairment disorders. The DNRS team is asking for your help this holiday season to help initiate these medical studies that can potentially change millions of lives.
At this time, over $100,000 has been collected towards their goal of $500,000. They are turning to the greater brain retraining community and those whose lives have already been touched by the DNRS program to ask for help raising the remainder of the funds needed for this vital research project. With the validation of university-backed medical studies, brain retraining programs will have the potential to reach a much wider range of people who are suffering needlessly.
All donations from residents of the US and Canada are tax deductible. Every dollar makes a difference – please contribute as little or as much as you are able. Even if you cannot give financially, you can help by sharing about this research with friends and family and asking for donations in lieu of personal gifts this holiday season.
If you are able to donate a larger amount, the DNRS team asks that you consider the following donation levels:
Health: up to $4,999
Hope: $5,000 – $9,999
Inspiration: $10,000 – $19,999
Joy: $20,000 – $49,999
Abundance: $50,000 – $100,000
Gratitude: $100,000 or more
Ways to Give
1. American Residents
American residents, please read page 2 of the pledge form before you donate. There are different options if you require a tax receipt or if you DO NOT require a tax receipt.
If you require a tax receipt you can send a check to American Friends of U of C, or if you do not require a tax receipt you can make a secure on-line donation or send a check directly to the University of Calgary.
If you are alumni of the University of Calgary, or a member of your family is enrolled at the University, you are eligible for a tax-deductible receipt.
** Details on how to give are on page 2 of the pledge form found here
2. Canadian Residents
Canadian residents can choose to make a secure donation on-line or send a check directly to the University of Calgary. All donations are tax deductible.
Details on how to give are on page 1 of the pledge form found here
3. Outside of North America
Details on how to give are on page 2 of the pledge form found here
For more information on this research project, please see the DNRS Donor Package here.
In the Spirit of the holiday season, we encourage you to forward this article to your friends and family. Together, we can make dreams come true!
Please watch this video of Curtis, the husband of Racheal – a former client of the DNRS program. Curtis speaks openly about how Racheal’s illness affected him and their six children. Rachael made a miraculous recovery using the DNRS – a gift that affected the entire family. Please consider making a donation today: you could be giving someone else their life back in the future! Click on the picture to play.
I attended a DNRS workshops in Ojai, CA and was disappointed with every aspect of the experience.
The workshop itself was poorly facilitated and the information as it was presented by the staff was not helpful…it can all be gathered at a much lesser cost in many existing books, YouTubes and articles.
Annie Hopper and the DNRS team are not at all original thinkers with regard to the brain-body connection and how this relates to the issue of illness.
What these people excel at is marketing to sick people who are truly desperate.
Please do not donate your money to this UNworthy organization.
What is the status of this funding (& study)?
I heard a study was being done in the US for Ashok Gupta’s brain retraining, but can’t find info – anyone else know?