Understanding the mind-body thoughts and sensations, together with what flicks your switches provides a new sense of perspective. 

The first step is to understand who we THINK we are and the associated emotional triggers and behavioural responses (your reality). 

Once you discover the mind-body links and how to recognise your emotional reactions, behaviours and mental addictions, you gain a fresh new perspective and experience a less stressful way of being. 

Change the way you THINK and you change the way you are.

The more we repeat a thought the more hardwired it becomes in our brain

The beginning always takes place in the imagination. When we mentally rehearse what we want we acquire a kind of memory of a successful action and at the same time program our subconscious mind with the outcome we are thinking about. We start and visualise the outcome, i.e. the movie in our heads - great if positive - not so good if negative. Then we may change our minds and behaviour depending on the movie we have created. Sound familiar?

Repeated actions become habits and overtime your body learns how to take control without involving the mind - over eat, increase our consumption of cigarettes, alcohol or drugs, etc. 

Who do you think you are - or become depends on the movie we create 

So, how do we learn to be happier, healthier and become less stressful? In order to eliminate a condition, we must first dissolve the mental cause(s). If we understand a bit more about what's going on with us we can learn how to take back control of our health and wellness. In this short video clip, Joseph Dispenza, provides the insight...

Stress and the impact on the body

New NHS figures released on the 29th March 2019 reveal 70 million prescriptions have been prescribed for anxiety and depression (doubled in 10 years) and 1 in 5 people suffer work related stress. 

But it doesn’t have to be this way: 

It is much easier to release negative thinking patterns when we are healthy before our body controls us - the emotional, physical and biological aspects of ourselves. 

Read more : The Six Stages of Illness

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A guide to self-knowledge - Linking Mind, Body and Spirit
 
"Spirit is the life, the mind is the builder the physical the result."
 
Edgar Cayce
  • Discover the mind-body links and how to help change your habits and emotional addictions. 
  • Access keys to a less stressful way of being - to change the way your responding to a situation, or events in your life and whatever is raining on your parade. 
  • Learn how to take back control and stop feeding your mind with negative thoughts and emotions, while you’re still healthy and have time to change tack before the situation controls you.

The mind will grow and develop anything we plant, so its important not to sow or water the weeds

The work I do is to help educate how we organise our thinking, feeling, skills and behaviour, enabling you to take more control over your thoughts, feelings and life.  

My key motivation is the belief that once people understand their empowering or disempowering behaviours, beliefs, emotions and motivations, they become aware of how to make a positive change, not only within themselves, but also how they think and feel about other people and, or the present situation they find themselves having gained a fresh perspective. 

Certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming NLP Practitioner, International Teaching Seminars (ITS), License 2002111

Holistic Healer (Mind-Body-Spirit) Educator. National Federation of Spiritual Healers (NFSH), License S26767

"Helping you to access and restore the inner you."

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Disclaimer:

My services do not in any way replace the care from healthcare professionals and my services do not in any way relate to medical and/or, psychological clinical treatment disorders. 

All information on this site is based on my own experiences and explorations.

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