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Change Your Subconscious Beliefs with PSYCH-K

PSYCH-K is a simple way to change self-limiting beliefs at the subconscious level of the mind, where nearly all human behavior originates. Find out more at the upcoming Lecture/ Demonstration with PSYCH-K instructor Karen Johnson.
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The Whole Truth

The Whole Truth

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An interview with Rob Williams
Is your subconcious running your life... without your permission?
Melodie Chrislock

Ever wonder what your subconscious believes? Does it support your goals and ideals? Rob Williams, the originator of PSYCH-K, has a way to find out…and he claims we can change the subconscious beliefs that direct our lives.

Imagine a shy young woman, terrified of public speaking, coaxed onto the stage in front of 100 people. After a simple 10-minute process facilitated by Williams, she takes the mic, turns to the audience, and begins speaking with the confidence of a natural. This is the scene that author and scientist Bruce Lipton witnessed in his first encounter with Williams. He recounts the story in his best seller, The Biology of Belief. As if by magic, Rob Williams used his PSYCH-K process with this phobic woman to erase a lifelong fear.

Does PSYCH-K have the power to change lives? Bruce Lipton, a Monterey Bay resident, thinks it does. He writes: “I use PSYCH-K in my own life. It has helped me undo my self-limiting beliefs, including one about not being able to finish my book [The Biology of Belief ].”

Psychology has long preached that our problems run deep in our subconscious, but now science may be telling us the same thing. Recent neuroscience studies indicate that as much as 95 percent of our consciousness is actually subconscious.

As a practicing psychotherapist, Williams found the accepted counseling philosophy of the day lacking in effectiveness. Out of his studies in the latest mind-body research, came a series of paradigm-shifting insights known today as PSYCH-K, short for psychological-kinesiology. Williams claims that PSYCH-K is a simple way to change self-limiting subconscious beliefs without hypnosis.

One of William’s top instructors, Karen Johnson, will be in Monterey on September 24, 25 & 26 to teach a two-day PSYCH-K workshop. She will also give an evening lecture and demonstration on Wednesday, Septmeber 22 in Monterey. For more information, click here.

From Barack Obama to “The Secret”, we are bombarded with people calling on us to change . . . but just how do we recreate our selves and our world? What is it in us that can sabotage our best intentions and efforts? Rob Williams has some unorthodox answers.

He spoke with us from his home in Crestone, Colorado. (continued)

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The Invisible Barrier

Phil Wellman

"Thump. Thump, thump." Thinking the sound was just a large moth bouncing off the wall, I hardly gave it any attention. I had risen before dawn that morning, intent upon getting an early start on a talk I was giving that weekend, so my attention was glued to a large blank Word document on my computer screen, waiting for the words to come.

Again I heard "Thump, thump, thump." Louder and more insistent, this time I turned to the window where the sounds were coming from and saw that it wasn’t a moth, it was a large gray bird anxiously batting it’s wings against the outside of my window. "How odd," I thought as I watched it tire of flapping, slide down the window and perch on the sill.

Expecting the bird to fly away at any minute, I turned back to the blank screen. But just as I began to refocus on my talk, it started its noisy routine all over again. "Okay, maybe it just needs a little help along the way," I thought. So I got up and walked outside to get a closer look. As I approached, it once again began to madly flap its wings against the window. I carefully reached for it, but just as I got close it dropped straight down into the dark bushes under the sill. I couldn’t see what had become of it and felt strangely reticent about putting my hands down there. "Perhaps it will just fly away now," I thought as I returned to the warm confines of my office.

But just as I sat down, it started its crazy routine all over again. Out I went again to attempt to help liberate it. And once again it dropped into the bushes. This time I overcame my fear and reached deep down into the bushes. Suddenly it flew straight up in front of me. As I lurched back, it flew higher, veered to the right over our Cypress hedge and disappeared into the brilliant pink rays of the morning sun.

"Wow, what was that?" I thought as I felt a warm and loving presence wash over me. Something deeply meaningful had just happened and I needed to know what life was telling me. (continued)

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Hearing Your Inner Voice

Ann Elizabeth Grace

The key to recognizing your calling is to pay attention to the way you feel. This means becoming acquainted with your wise inner voice. The inner voice is different from society’s voice, the media’s voice, or even from the voices of well-meaning family and friends. It knows what is best for you at any given time because it operates within the broader picture of your life in ways your rational mind cannot understand. In fact, the directives of your inner voice might not make sense to your logical mind or to other people around you. Yet it is through this internal guidance that you will receive unfailing counsel about whether to turn left, right, or go straight ahead.

To hear your inner voice consistently and trust in its direction, carve out some quiet time each day to connect with your thoughts and feelings—even if it is only for five minutes while you are cooking, exercising, driving, lying in bed, or taking a shower. Quiet time is critical in our twenties because we are bombarded with endless stimuli from the outside, ranging from the demands of our work and relationships to the vast amounts of information available through the Internet and other means of technology. If we aren’t vigilant, these outer voices can drown out our inner guidance.

While I have chosen to use the term inner voice to refer to the intuitive self, you will not necessarily hear its messages like a literal voice. This wise part of your being communicates in countless ways, such as through intuitive hunches and desires, dream images (day dreams and night dreams), inspired thoughts, feelings of contentment and joy or of sadness and lethargy, irrational impulses, repeated urges to pursue something, uncanny synchronicities, or waking up in the night for no apparent reason. Its messages may also come through physical sensations such as gut feelings, butterflies in your stomach, a tight throat, goose bumps, or even a sudden headache. Following are numerous suggestions to help you hear your inner voice more clearly. (continued)

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