"Whatever one believes to be true either is true or becomes true in one's mind."
                                                                                                                        ~ John C. Lilly

                                 Your life is a reflection of your beliefs.
From the moment we are born our subconscious mind is receiving and storing data that shapes our self image
and behavior throughout our life. What we believe, much of which is subconscious, is the cumulative result of
life-long "programming" that we receive from our parents, teachers, friends, neighbors, churches, TV, the
media and a multitude of other sources. Unfortunately much of what we learn and experience is negative,
which often causes us to think and behave in self-defeating ways.

According to neuroscientists, we are conscious of only about 5 percent of our cognitive activity. That means
that most of our decisions, actions, emotions, and behavior depend on the 95 percent of brain activity that lies
beyond our conscious awareness. From the beating of our hearts to driving a car without causing an accident,
we rely on something called the adaptive unconscious, which is how our brains understand the complex world
that the mind and body must negotiate. This vast unconscious part of our mind is a storehouse of beliefs,
attitudes and values, both positive and negative, drawn from past experiences. Those stored beliefs are what
establish the limits of what we can achieve and determine how we behave and react to every new situation in
our lives.
child looking in a mirror

    Our view of the world is
    formed by the time we are
    six years old, long before
    we are mature enough to
    be able to sort out what is
    fact and what is fiction. At
    that young age we accept
    everything as fact.  It is
    only when we are older
    that we are able to realize
    the difference.
         This video by Rob Williams, originator of PSYCH-K provides more  
                 information about how it works and how it can help you.
Note:  A PSYCH-K® facilitator does not diagnose medical problems nor does PSYCH-K® replace the need
for medical attention or substitute for psychological counseling. What PSYCH-K® can do is discover the
subconscious beliefs behind the manifestation of health issues. Changing the programming of those beliefs
from negative to positive helps the body mobilize the internal forces needed to restore health.

                                                                     What is PSYCH-K®?

Originated in 1988 by Robert M. Williams, MA, Psychological Kinesiology, or PSYCH-K® is a unique process
that  evolved from years of split-brain research and hundreds of sessions with individuals and groups. It is a
blend of  various processes, some contemporary and some ancient. Psych-K® utilizes muscle testing as a direct
way to communicate with the subconscious mind. It is a simple process that enables you to change old beliefs
and habits that are negatively affecting your self esteem, prosperity, relationships, job performance and
perhaps even your health. Changing subconscious beliefs with Psych-K® “balances” is like recording a new
movie over an old one. Once the new recording is complete, the original movie is completely erased. Similarly,
once a negative belief is changed to a positive one, your behavior changes and the outward circumstances of
your life start changing as well.  
Judith Albright, MA
EFT Practitioner
PSYCH-K® Facilitator
The Emotion Code® Facilitator
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