About Above Zero

the HOPE Shortcut

It is my mission to help people to get

“Above Zero”

that is getting a good life with small symptoms and a peaceful mind

Below  is a video about my client and how he learned  to reduce his symptoms

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Beliefs about chronic diseases are slowly changing...

I am  a step ahead of the rest of the world: For example, the American Parkinson Disease Association has  a page about Therapy and Parkinson’s and why it works.

The European Parkinson’s Disease Association has a similar article.

Wrong beliefs

The fact that scientists have not yet found the root cause of serious chronic diseases should make you think: What if they are looking in the wrong place?
Discarding  outdated beliefs is the first step in finding the cure to these diseases. I have spent thousands of hours googling articles, searching for healing stories and troubleshooting this: Why can I help people with chronic diseases? Why can dance and exercise help people whatever disease they have got? I have found the solution and am in the process of helping people all over the world.  With my strong roots in science, I hope to build the bridge to understanding.

Science is changing

In 200 years, people will look at science today the same way we now think of science 200 years ago: Primitive. My mother frequently bought heroin and opium to her grandmother in 1940 at the pharmacy. We do not do that anymore. In the future, diseases might get healed in ways we do not have the fantasy to imagine now.

Physical or mental disease - a belief that stops us finding the cure

If your body is stressed, you will express it in either mood swings or physical symptoms.
If we stopped dividing diseases into these two groups people would have access to more help. If you use the other perspective that your body reacts to stress with a lot of different symptoms, the so-called chronic diseases are in fact very easy to reduce. To explain that to the world I would  this: I reduce stress-related symptoms. It has been proven that stress has a big influence on many diseases. So instead of focusing on what you cannot do we start with what is doable – reducing the stress.

Online course about stress and diseases

In the spring of 2020 I will translate my online course about stress, symptoms and diseases into English so everyone can have affordable access to the new knowledge on how to get better from e.g. Parkinson’s disease.
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Lilian Sjøberg

“I am a biologist, coach, and therapist working to help people get rid of stress. I have specialized in reducing stress-related symptoms in people with chronic diseases. It is very new that a focus on stress reduction  can help people with Parkinson’s disease. Read what  some my clients have to say to learn more about the results that can be achieved .
From my experiences I have developed a concept that I call the “HOPE shortcut”. And it works very well!”

Customer Review

I have worked with people with chronic diseases for three years,  investigating how coaching and therapy can help.

I have found a model that works.

I call it the “HOPE shortcut”.

Michael Ondracheck Pedersen

In short, I am sitting here now after being treated by Lilian and can summarize: It is better with my right arm and hand - I shake about 80% less. My handwriting has improved. I can brush my teeth with my right arm again after 7 years. I have reduced at least 25% in medicine. I have more courage to keep my job. And one important thing: Now I am excited and waiting for the next little progress whereas before I was always thinking about when I would increase the dosage of my medication.

Blenn Burns

"I have reduced my Mucuna by around 50% since we first started sessions. I will continue to reduce in hopes of eliminating dyskinesia completely. I have reviewed past traumas with Lilian and have let them go. Many of these were in my subconscious and were not a daily thought. I have no flashbacks and emotionally sensitive past memories are not as difficult to deal with anymore. ”

Marit Digernes, Norway

“My world has changed! First, I have been able to reduce my medication. I now take medication only when needed – this is something I thought was impossible, but yes it is possible. Second, I have been training systematically for two days. The first day I alternated between slow jogging and walking, the second day I took a demanding walk in the forest for 90 minutes. Both were challenging. I actually thought I could not jog anymore my feet seem to move so slowly, but I did it. Now I feel the normal exercise-related stiffness in my legs, and it feels recognizable and good. This morning I woke up with a deep desire to have a job to go to. It has been years since I longed for this, so it is a good and healthy sign, I think.”