MindBerg – How Your Mind and Body Work Together
The secret to using your powerful MindBody for wellness and performance optimization lies in the realms of your own consciousness: your conscious and subconscious functioning.
People often try to make change at the conscious level alone, resulting in temporary results at best. However, when you engage the mighty subconscious, which is at least ten million times more powerful than your conscious mind – and resides in your entire body – you engage the other 99.9+ percent of your capacity.
My expertise as a clinical hypnotist and biomedical engineer helps you activate your body’s own creative capacities by using the special language that your subconscious mind accepts and unfailingly acts upon. These capacities simply lie dormant within you, patiently awaiting activation.
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Applying various MindBody processes like alchemical hypnosis, self-hypnosis, skilled relaxation, NLP, Thought Field Therapy and MindBody-oriented somatic therapy is tantamount to deliberately shifting the waterline and shining the light of awareness on previously submerged areas. While we may find unfamiliar territory there, it is still nonetheless “us.” These submerged or hidden areas deserve our attention and conscious intention to release old patterns, conditioning, emotional blockages, conclusions, fears, reactions and relationships that inhibit the realization of our full potential for wellness, vitality and personal fulfillment.
The iceberg image and analogy falls short in fully expressing the fertile nature of the subconscious mind: it acts upon seeds properly planted (words, thoughts, ideas), and unfailingly sprouts them based on nature’s law of growth.
What is done by what I call myself is, I feel, done by something greater than myself in me.
James Clerk Maxwell, on his deathbed, 1879
Because [cell] receptors can read energy fields, the notion that only physical molecules can impact cell physiology is outmoded. Biological behavior can be controlled by invisible forces, including thought, as well as it can be controlled by physical molecules like penicillin, a fact that provides the scientific underpinning of pharmaceutical-free energy medicine.
The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton, Ph.D.
MIND is a projector…that uses reality as a screen upon which to project its own version of things. It projects its fantasies, attitudes, concepts, fears, judgments, ideals and models onto reality…then confuses this motion picture with reality itself.
Nothing by James Sloman
We do not see things as they are, we see them as we are.
What’s “out there” is reflecting what’s “in here.” When we have an emotional charge about something “out there,” it’s worth examining its correspondent “in here.”
Joseph R. Giove
“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom”