Tag Archives: subconscious mind

Belief, Change, Action! 3 ways to wear in subconscious changes

When we make changes using PSYCH-K, we’ve blazed a trail in the subconscious mind where none previously existed. By making and following an action plan, we can wear that trail into a well-traveled road. The actions in an action plan … Continue reading

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3 tips for leaving dread in the dust and building the life you want

Yesterday, I was feeling goofy. Like hard-on-myself goofy. My results weren’t matching up to my self-expectations, and that’s always difficult. “Maybe I should do some PSYCH-K,” I thought to myself. Hmmm… We gotta know what we want, and that’s not … Continue reading

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Flash therapy: Now with tequila!

Here’s a success story about one of the fastest balances I’ve facilitated: I was chatting with a friend of mine who was going going through an amicable divorce, and she said she was anxious about whether she’d be OK on … Continue reading

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5 steps for using PSYCH-K to support your New Year’s resolutions  

Anyone who has ever been on a diet or started a workout regimen knows that getting into the groove can be an uphill battle, one that’s often fraught with self-sabotage. Instead of feeling like you have one foot on the gas and the other on the brakes, use PSYCH-K to make sure all the parts of your mind are on board with the changes you want to make. Continue reading

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Why we celebrate

In PSYCH-K, after every change we make we celebrate. While different facilitators encourage their clients to celebrate in different ways, most simply ask the question, “How would you like to celebrate?” And so, after making changes regarding health, self-love, confidence, … Continue reading

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Have a big goal? Make it go by telling the story of how you got there!

Last week, I went to La Bellavia up in Flagstaff for French toast and eggs with hollandaise. What a blast from the past – it used to be my favorite breakfast place when I was attending university here and the … Continue reading

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Look, set, and go! A primer for the subconscious mind in 500 words.

When I mountain bike, I pick the line in front of me and then I look away, up the trail, to the next bit I’ll be covering. This is the trick all (still-living) mountain bikers use. By looking at the … Continue reading

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