A childhood full of fear…

About Roy Nelson Video

“A pan, an electrical cord, a belt, his hands, or just whatever was convenient. It was all a reaction in rage and anger. He [my father] had obviously swallowed a lot of stuff from a lot of people over the years. He didn’t stand up for himself and he was full of pent-up rage. So there I was…a convenient target when his rage came out. I was very sensitive and fearful. But I thought I had to be tough…so eventually I became a monster— a 275 pound monster.”

Mental torment and pain led Roy Nelson to pursue a life of distraction by any means possible. It wasn’t until Roy conceded that his self-imposed hell was killing him, that he had a profound experience that changed everything. It enabled him to climb back from the depths of hell and seek a different path—a path of light and love.

Working through the pain…

Over thirty-five years ago Roy “cracked the code” of his own addictive personality. As a result, he lost 120 pounds and overcome a myriad of addictions, as well as depression, panic attacks, and phobias. Based on his personal experience of total freedom, Roy developed The Nelson Method—a plan of spiritual mentorship that is designed to help people overcome their own personal hell, even when all other approaches have failed.

When you hit that brick wall…

Roy is known as “the last resort” for those who cannot stop their self-destructive habits. His depth of spirituality and love is so extraordinary that clients commonly report that they experience complete freedom almost immediately. Because Roy understands what it’s like to live with emotional pain and addictions, he has tremendous insight and empathy for those in turmoil.

This extraordinary journey has made him one of the world’s leading experts on breaking free from the kind of “soul-sickness” that often manifests as a myriad of addictions and obsessions. Through his loving mentorship, Roy personally guides clients through The Nelson Method, providing them the opportunity for deep spiritual transformation, and a life of freedom.

“I came to a terrifying place in my life where I knew I was hopeless. My only hope was to change….or die.” – Roy Nelson

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