Tag Archives: transformation

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 … Continue reading

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Today, I used PSYCH-K to find my voice

The release of a charge comes standard in this type of PSYCH-K balance. What was remarkable, however, was how I interacted with the humans I was doing business with after I did the balance. I actually told them how I felt. Novel concept! Up until this time, I’d been gritting and bearing it under the assumption that saying something wouldn’t solve anything. In my newly acquired whole-brained state, however, it was the most natural thing in the world to express my disappointment with the processes that were, you know, kind of disappointing. Continue reading

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A hiatus and a PSYCH-K (re)birth.

Last May, I embarked on a new creative endeavor: growing a baby. Now, halfway through my second trimester with el kiddo, and again working for Amazon, I find myself returning to a place where I can write about PSYCH-K. Continue reading

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Let teeny victories carry you to success. Here’s how.

A little while ago, I started getting obsessed with all the ways I wasn’t meeting my own bar. When I mentioned this to a friend, he suggested I start focusing on the ways I was doing well rather than torturing … 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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