Our subconscious mind ensures our survival. While we are doing other things, our subconscious mind makes sure our heart beats regularly, we take in enough oxygen, our blood maintains an even pH, and that we produce the right chemicals in the right amounts at the right time.
However, our subconscious mind is also a vast database. It records and plays back the memory of events, according to how the events made us feel, at the time. Unfortunately, most of the information in our subconscious database was downloaded before we were seven years old, when we viewed everything through the lens of our emotions; we don’t have access to conscious awareness before the age of seven.
HOW WE FORM OUR SUBCONSCIOUS BELIEFS
As young children, we are totally dependent on our parents, so during our early years, we see them through rose-tinted glasses. As a result, if our parents said, or did anything that upset us, we would blame ourselves.
Imagine a very common scenario: you are 3, or 4 years old, and you are trying to get your mother’s attention. She is busy, but you keep trying to get her attention. Imagine your mother eventually loses her temper and says something that upsets you…perhaps with a raised voice and scowling face. You can’t blame your mother for your hurt feelings -that would be too scary to your young mind, as you might feel your survival was threatened- so you blame yourself. If such situations happen often enough, we can easily form beliefs such as, “I’m bad/ annoying/ unlovable/ unworthy’ etc.
Or, imagine you are the eldest child and even though you are only five or six years old, you have been given the responsibility of looking after younger siblings. In such circumstances, you may well form the belief that you are not loved as much as your siblings, or that your wishes are unimportant, or that it’s not ok to say how you feel.
If the parents of the young girl above had impressed on her how important her role was and how much they loved and valued her, she may well have formed entirely different beliefs about herself, her role, and her siblings Likewise if the mother of the child who was always asking questions, had calmly explained that she was busy right now, but if he played with his toys for a while, she would give him her full attention, as soon as she was free. So long as the mother follows through, and gives the child her full attention, the young child might grow up with entirely different beliefs about him/herself.
Each day of our lives, we make deposits in the memory banks of our children.
– Charles ‘Chuck’ Swindoll author, educator, preacher
Unfortunately, most parents don’t have a clue how the subconscious mind works, nor that their habitual remarks/actions could have life-changing consequences for their young children. Our parents can also -usually unconsciously- saddle us with the beliefs they, unwittingly, downloaded from their parents. In fact, you might have to go back through several generations, before uncovering the source of your family beliefs, such as ‘rich people can’t be trusted’, or ‘people in our family don’t go to University’ etc.
Of course, some people have parents who are emotionally aware, and they generally come through childhood with many supportive subconscious beliefs, about who they are and the world they live in. But for most people, the opposite is true.
The latest research reveals that up to 95% of our thoughts, feelings, and behaviours are controlled by the programmes in our subconscious mind, most of which are disempowering, self-sabotaging and limiting.
The National Science Foundation has revealed that the average person has between 60-80,000 thoughts a day, most of which are the same as the previous days thoughts, with the majority being disempowering, limiting and self-sabotaging.
However, it’s never too late to have a happy childhood, and we can, by rewriting the limiting, self-sabotaging beliefs in our subconscious mind. As none of our these beliefs were ever consciously agreed to by us, we have a duty to ourselves to rewrite them, so we can live the life we were destined to live, rather than a life dictated by other peoples’ limiting beliefs and the false perceptions of our own childhood self.
Your subconscious programmes aren’t yours. They belong to other people.
– Bruce Lipton, author and leading stem-cell biologist
When it comes to harnessing the power of our subconscious mind, one of the most important things I learned was, while our subconscious mind is hard-wired to resist any change to the way we think, feel or act, it will willingly support our conscious intention to do so, so long as we give it clear instructions of our intention. Reinforcement is crucial.
While I was practising various energy psychology techniques, one of the problems I identified, was that many people were reluctant to use the techniques on their own, in between sessions with their therapist. As a result, feelings they had successfully released, often came back. Many said they didn’t feel they got the same results, when they used the
techniques on their own, or that the techniques were ‘too complicated’.
I knew that, without that all-important reinforcement, the subconscious mind will soon revert to its default position of encouraging us to stay in our habitual ways of thinking, feeling and acting.
Coming up with an emotional release technique which people would find easy to use in between sessions, so they would get that all-important reinforcement, was the driving force behind me developing Hypno-Sensing. I knew that regular reinforcement was the most effective way to embed our new subconscious beliefs so they became part of the fabric of who we are.
HYPNO-SENSING: WHAT TO EXPECT
Hypno-Sensing is not hypnotherapy. While you are in a very relaxed state during the process, you are not in a deep trance. You are always conscious: relaxed, but conscious.
Step 1. Step 1 of the Hypno-Sensing process identifies and liberates the trapped energy related to feelings you have -in the past- been unable to resolve, usually due to the disempowering beliefs in your subconscious mind [beliefs that were never yours in the first place].
Step 2. During Step 2 of the Hypno-Sensing process you will feel every cell in your body resonating with the vibration of positive feelings you have chosen. This raises your vibration and transforms how you feel. This past of the session is recorded.
At the end of the session, I send a copy of the recording to your ‘phone and ask that you listen to the short – approximately 10 minute – recording 2 x day. I also teach you how to anchor your chosen positive feelings throughout each day.
Some of the first things people notice are, “I have more clarity”, “My work colleagues seem to respect me more”, “My relationships with my family and friends are improving”, “Things that used to bother me, don’t seem to anymore”.
I expect miracles.
-Wayne Dyer, author and speaker
Hypno-Sensing is so effective I can confidently guarantee you will feel significantly better by the end of your first session. If you don’t, I don’t expect payment. By listening to the short recording 2 x day and using the anchoring technique I teach you, your new beliefs will soon become part of the new you.