Interpersonal Relationships

19 11, 2013

The Most Important Relationship

I can’t help wondering if people stop to think about how terribly they treat themselves.  I know I am guilty myself of neglecting my health, ignoring my feelings and telling myself how I’m not good enough when I’ve done the best I possibly can.  Although I know better, I still do it.  You’re probably wondering right now why it matters?  It matters because how you relate to others is a reflection of how others will treat you. Do you judge yourself harshly?  Do you accept yourself for who you are?  Do you love yourself?  Are you kind to yourself?  Well you should be! 

If you don’t treat yourself with respect, you can’t really expect other people to.  

The relationship you have with yourself dictates the relationships you will have with those around you.  If you are attracting something into your life, it is time to go within and heal your relationship with yourself first.  Things don’t just happen randomly.  You are NOT always a victim of random circumstances.  (Sometimes bad things do happen and it is not your fault)  It is when there is a pattern of things happening in your life that there is a problem.  According to the laws of physics, we all attract what we are tuned into.  Like a radio, your brain is tuned into a specific “frequency” and you will attract that which you have tuned in.  To change your environment, you have to change the tuner, not the environment.  

Everything is available for you if you are tuned into the right frequency!  

Through complete integration of mind, body and spirit, you can align yourself with what you want to attract.  You can attract healing and wellness.  This all starts with awareness.  Awareness leads to accepting responsibility.  Responsibility empowers you to change.  Being a victim assigns blame and gives away your power. 

Victims do not heal!!! 

23 04, 2013

Is Your Record Skipping?

Is Your Record Skipping?As I reflect back on my life, I realize that I used to think of myself as a victim of my circumstances and wonder why I kept having unfulfilling relationships.  People weren’t there for me when I really needed them to be and I kept looking for the WELCOME sign that I just knew was stuck somewhere on my back.  I was certain of this, because it seemed like everybody walked all over me!  Sound familiar to anyone reading this?  It wasn’t until I understood that I was simply repeating experiences over and over because I had etched them into my mind, that I was able to break from my patterns.  Mind over matter right?  WRONG!  Matter over mind!  Or more precisely matter impressed on my mind (my brain).

Neuroplasticity at work!

Thanks to something called Neuroplasticity, my brain learned from my past experiences, thereby building a reference for my future.  You see the brain is a bit of a lazy learner.  Once it has learned something, it compares every new experience to the past one it stored.  If the new situation resembles the past experience in any manner, the brain responds in kind with a preconditioned response.  It knows how this scenario played out last time, so it takes the same route!  But why is the result the same situation after situation?  Well………..

Your brain only knows what it already learned! Unless your new experience ends differently, it will continue to conclude that there is no other option available.  Why is that????

Well you see…… your brain waves emit a frequency from your brain into the environment which always search for a frequency match.  If you already have a reference for being abused, for example, your brain will actively hunt for a frequency match out in the universe.  You literally attract what you project out.  Now of course I don’t mean that you consciously are looking for somebody to treat you poorly, but it is the station that you are tuned into.  You can change your brain frequency with Brain Integration Technique.  I did and I only wish I had discovered this cutting edge treatment earlier in my life.  You can make an appointment to change your life!

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