As a holistic healing practitioner I always want to be open to expanding my skills and exploring more ways of being the best energy practitioner I can be!  In that regard, I want to introduce you to Psych-K and will be paraphrasing this blog from the literature given to me in order to relay the information accurately.

Although I am trained in Emotion Code and Body Code which I love sharing with all of you, I do find that working in the Body Code system for resolving limiting beliefs (known as T-3), can be difficult and time-consuming for me.  Many of my fellow BC practitioners LOVE T-3.  Because of how I feel, I kept looking for a method to help facilitate the change in beliefs at the subconscious level.  I finally discovered Psych-K as a method that works to change subconscious beliefs and I am thrilled that I did.

What is Psych–K?

Psych-K is a simple and direct way to change self-limiting beliefs at the subconscious level of the mind where nearly all human behavior – both constructive and destructive – originates.  Its overall purpose is to accelerate individual and global evolution by aligning subconscious beliefs with conscious wisdom. 

I learned that because our reality is created by our beliefs, these beliefs (usually subconscious) are often the result of lifelong programming and are a powerful influence on our behavior.  It is the subconscious mind that stores our attitudes, values and beliefs.  From these beliefs we develop perceptions about ourselves, others and the world around us.  From these perceptions, we develop our behaviors.   Of course, it is the self-defeating behaviors we want to change. To change the behaviors, we need to change the subconscious belief(s) that supports it.  Other areas of belief that are self-limiting include spirituality, self-esteem, health and body issues, financial abundance, relationships and career.

For me, I work consistently on remaining cancer free and keeping my body healthy.

During the training I was helped to balance for a personal goal of:  It is easy and rewarding for me to do all that I need to do to be healthy like I was when I was 12 years old.  While I had a main core-belief of ‘I can’, I also held ‘I can’t’.  In addition to others, I also held the belief that around my healing I had a core-belief of ‘I expect the worst to happen.’  That may explain why I was always wondering if the “other shoe was going to drop.”  Yikes!

Using Psych K balancing processes, I am now congruent in all areas of my core beliefs around my goal.  That feels wonderful.  Mind you, I will be taking my supplements, watching my diet, getting my exercise, and keeping my stress in check in order to fully meet this goal!  It feels great to have this helpful tool to help!

What is a Psych-K Balance?

A Psych-K Balance is a process designed to create a balanced identification with both hemispheres of the cerebral cortex.  This is called being in the ‘whole brain state’ and is ideal for reprogramming the mind with new self-enhancing beliefs.  It is the balance that creates potential, but you create results through your actions.  The balance transforms the subconscious resistance you may have to achieving a goal, but you need to put in effort to achieve the goal.  For example, while balancing to reduce disease in the body, you still need to take the appropriate steps to help the body heal itself.  For example, medical treatment, diet, exercise, etc.

How Long Does It Take For A Balance To Work?

Results may be felt instantaneously or may evolve over time (hours, days, weeks or longer).   It simply depends on the goal.  Finding a new job by balancing for confidence in changing jobs would be of great value.  However, it may take additional time and action such as researching new career opportunities, writing a resume, and going on interviews to complete the goal.

How Long Does A Balance Last?

Balances seem to last until they are no longer useful to the subconscious mind, or until you decide to balance for a new goal.  Life itself may remind you when it is time to change some aspect of your reality.  Unfortunately the reminder often takes place in the form of trauma or other emotionally charged situations in order to get your attention.

Learn more about a Psych-K session here! I look forward to facilitating for you!