Got crux? Using PSYCH-K when things get difficult.

A few weeks after my son, Ellis, was born, I had an a-ha! moment. A friend and colleague had reached out to me for a PSYCH-K session after hitting a block in her professional life, something she couldn’t think or muscle her way out of. It suddenly struck me that even I don’t tend to use PSYCH-K tools unless I’ve hit some sort of painful crux, where I’m either white knuckling my way through something or desperate for change. Fortunately for me, that means I don’t use it every day. But when I need it, boy howdy.
My most recent flurry of PSYCH-K work, for example, centered on being a better step-mother to Lily, Ellis’s half-sister. She’s a delightful little human, quick-witted, cheerful, playful, and loving. Needless to say, she deserves the best I can give her. Being post-partum, however, was bringing some of my more interesting character flaws to the fore. It was agonizing; being good to my family is at the top of my list of values and in the state I was in, I wasn’t able to live according to that value. Before I found PSYCH-K, getting back to where I wasn’t a snappish, critical mess with Lily would have taken months or even years of white-knuckling and back-sliding. After a few PSYCH-K balances along the lines of “I love and accept Lily exactly how she is,” I saw immediate, effortless improvement with how I related to her, and more importantly, I was able to resume genuinely enjoying our relationship again in a way that Lily very much picked up on. This miracle of getting rid of the barriers between me and my love for Lily is the thing I’m most intensely grateful for right now. It’s a big, big deal for me.
I’ve worked with clients seeking change in nearly every area of life: health, relationships, money, and career. What they all have in common is that they’ve hit a block in making that change on their own and as a result, their lives are not where they want them to be. The good news is, most of the time, they see bedrock improvements after just one session and don’t come back until they hit the next “thing” they need to address. It’s a wonderful tool that allows us to take our values and insights and upload them into action instantly, so we can get on with our wild, wonderful lives. I wouldn’t be without it for a second and I’m grateful that I’m able to offer it to others.

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