Have you ever considered how your mindset and your physical health are connected? I’ve seen it in my practice. I’ve seen it in myself.
Many people with chronic illness struggle — understandably so — with mental and emotional health. They identify as their illness. They carry it with them as a label and settle into that reality.
Then there are people who speak of their condition like it’s not a given and it’s not who they are. They think about it in terms of: “I have the experience of Hashimoto’s” or “I experience symptoms of Lyme” — as if this is their current state, not their identity. It will make a difference in the maintenance and the improvement of their health over time.
Mindset work is so important to tap in, figure out what’s going on — and then change or let go of limiting beliefs. When we don’t stop to address our emotions, the manifest of those emotions becomes our next physical ailment.
Mindset Work Changed Me
I’ve tried a lot of modalities: tapping, visualization, meditation, Reiki, energy work. But PSYCH-K® changed the game for me. So much so that we brought it into our practice to help clients deal with the emotional side of their health alongside the physical side.
Did you know the subconscious mind is running your programing 95% of the time? If yours is a muddled mess, you will not be able to get yourself out of the negative cycles. Dr. Bruce Lipton (cell biologist and co-founder of PSYCH-K®) says, “The subconscious mind is like a tape player. Until you change the tape, it will not change.”
Things that we carry — things we don’t even know are there — they can affect our lives on many levels. By dropping in, you can identify emotions, repattern old belief systems, and create focus and clarity in your life. You will find it easier to concentrate on what’s important to you by cleaning some of those cobwebs out of your mind.
WHAT IS PSYCH-K® MINDSET WORK?
- A simple method to bring about change to self-sabotaging and self-limiting behaviors
- An approach to facilitate change at the subconscious level
- A muscle testing process
- A process that goes beyond standard methods of visualization and positive thinking to create lasting behavior and habit change
When Might You Use Mindset Work
- Something you’re avoiding (conversation or situation)
- Accepting changes
- Shifting from a place of fear to a place of love or acceptance
- Spiritual growth
- Freedom from fears
- Physical or neurological health conditions you want to manage or overcome
- To step into your greatness