I was so sick of trying healing modalities one after the other only to hit a plateau, become disappointed, and ultimately give up...until I felt motivated to repeat this cycle again. It was the definition of insanity! I didn't want that for me, and I don't want that for you.
Are you tired of the gaps in healing?
*Heal your physical body
...while the stress and trauma simultaneously destroy it. Who will win the rat race?
*Reduce your stress, or the impact of stress
...while trying to ignore the ticking sound of that time bomb waiting for you to explode.
*Release the trauma
...while all your established habits simultaneously find new trauma for you.
But what if I overcome the trauma and learn new habits?
Then you will know what to do on a conscious level and may be able to actually do it IF you are level-headed, motivated, and not super stressed. That sounds like real life, right?...
So I'll just use a few modalities, buy a few programs, invest more time and energy. I have enough time and energy right??? Which one do I choose?
Emotional Freedom Technique
Neuro Linguistic Programming
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
My hyperactive mind was racing with theories, modalities, and "this won't work because..." until one day, it just clicked. I knew what to do.
Integrate and simplify.
Bridge the gap and complete the circle of healing.
Because the journey of healing shouldn't be something you have to heal from.
And because we all deserve to be whole.
What are we doing here?
- BODY -
Healing your nervous system.
Earning your body's trust on a neurological level.
Feeling our emotions in our bodies. Experiencing.
Releasing trapped energy.
- MIND -
Detaching from our thoughts and emotions.
Deprogramming and reprogramming our subconscious.
Redefining our lives for ourselves.
- ENERGY -
Rebalancing and restoring our natural energy.
Raise our frequency.
Manifest our best lives.
How are we doing it?
1. Uncover self-limiting beliefs and their impact on your body, mind, and behavior.
Find your poisonous plant.
2. Uncover the subconscious needs driving your thoughts and behavior and determine healthy ways to consciously meet them.
Figure out why the hell you are watering a plant that poisons you.
3. Define your belief system and learn to manifest the life of your dreams.
Plant new seeds and water them daily.
4. Open your 5 channels of awareness; earn your body's trust; release trapped energy; heal and regulate your nervous system; and re-integrate the body, mind, and spirit.
Watch your old plant die. Thank it. Trust the process. Feel that death.
5. Become your future self now!
Move on with your new plant that nourishes you.
Who can benefit?
Anyone who wants to make healthy changes in their life.
You don't have to have prior knowledge or experience with anything I am doing.
You just need to want this for you.
You don't even have to believe you deserve it. You just have to find a part of yourself that wants things to be better.
Effects can be immediate. An aha moment can occur at any point. The power of planting a seed is incredible.
That being said, research is all over the board on how long it takes to form a new habit. You can't break an old habit without putting a new one in its place. This does take time. However, once you identify and start breaking those old habits, it feels GOOD. Intrinsic motivation is the best kind. You do it because you want to do it for you. And you just keep going.
*Variables: age, impact of trauma, resiliency, protective instincts, fear
...See why it's hard to say exactly?
Commit to 15 minutes per day plus a 15-30 minute weekly reflection for 3 months.
Jump into this program expecting there will be a net...and there will be.