Psych-K is a process that can be used to reprogram negative, self-sabotaging subconscious beliefs. Negative beliefs get programmed into us from a very young age where we just absorb what we hear and see around us. If you were told you’re clumsy, no good, problems are your fault, you’re not smart, you’re fat, you’ll never amount to anything, etc, etc. then these get taken in and believed. They become the programming, the self-talk that affects the way you behave for the rest of your life unless you learn how to change the programming so that you have more self-supportive beliefs forming the foundation of your behaviours. Psych-K is one way to reprogram those negative beliefs so that you can have the freedom to live your life from a healthier, happier and more confident position.
Many people are surprised to find that they have a range of unhelpful beliefs and blocks to wealth and happiness. Leave these behind with Psych-K and program in positive beliefs such as ‘I love and accept myself‘, ‘I deserve good things‘, I am surrounded by loving and supportive people’, I am a good person’, ‘I am safe interacting with others’, ‘It is good to be successful’, ‘My friends will be happy for me when I am successful’, etc.
Want to have a session?
During an individual appointment, we would discuss the areas of your life where you have challenges and identify if there are any subconscious beliefs that are hampering you from living your life fully. We would then test for and where needed do a ‘Psych-K balance’ to replace the unhelpful subconscious belief with a more positive and supportive one. This can be done during an appointment in person or an online appointment using a phone, Skype or Zoom. You can book an appointment on Jodi-Anne’s online calendar.
Want to learn more?
Here are some links to other information on Psych-K and how it works.
- Article – Bruce Lipton, 2012, The Honeymoon Effect, ODE May-June 2012, p36-40
- Article – Rob Williams, 2012, The mind is the doctor, The Optimist.com, Sept/Oct 2012, p35-37
- Article – Rob Williams, Chapter 7: Putting it all together, In: Psych-K the missing peace in your life, p66-83
- Article – Jeffrey Fannin & Rob Williams, 2012, Leading edge neuroscience reveals significant correlations between beliefs, the whole brain state, and psychotherapy, CAPA Quarterly, August 2012, p14-32