Saturday, May 2, 2009

Kinesiology and the subconscious mind

So ... tell me again how you know that stuff about me ... are you psychic or something?


Basically, when I'm muscle monitoring during a session, I'm asking your body or your subconscious mind what is going on, what is affected and what it needs to solve the problem.
The great news for you is that you don't need to know exactly what's going on, why you feel the way you do or what you want/need to do about it. Your body does! And I can communicate with it! Yay!

All you need is an open mind and a willingness to change/make connections/deal with your stuff. Because we all have stuff!

The first time you find out your body is eg seething with anger about a particular issue you don't even want to think about it can feel a little confronting. After that, it's kind of fun. Seething huh, well that's not really a word I would use but come to think of it I was a little annoyed. Guess it affected me more than I thought!

So why is it useful to work with the subconscious mind? Well ... have you ever tried to 'think happy thoughts' or said affirmations and then wondered why things don't really change? It's probably because you're only working with the conscious mind ...

‘If the desires of the conscious mind conflict with the programs of the subconscious mind, which “mind” do you think will win out?

You can repeat the positive affirmation that you are lovable over and over or that your cancer tumour will shrink.

But if, as a child, you heard over and over that you are worthless and sickly, those messages programmed into your subconscious mind will undermine your best conscious efforts to change your life’

The Biology of Belief, Bruce Lipton PhD

Pretty interesting huh! So that's why Kinesiology is so effective for goal setting.

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