The Practical Use of Bio-Feedback

Perhaps, it would serve the reader best if I explain a few things about how the subconscious mind works.  Mind you, everything I’m saying in this article has to do with practical experience.  After all, I have been doing hypnosis for more than half a century.  

That said, it has been my observation that the conscious mind is generally about what we can see, touch, taste, smell and hear.  The ‘Ego’ is very much attached to the 5 senses and wants, more than anything, to keep our perception of the world and how it works, limited and attached to them as well.  It spends a lot of time in the past and future but it seldom spends much time in the present moment. 

The subconscious mind is more about what we feel.  It has a lot to do with intuition, knowing, and  being in the moment.  It holds our emotions captive in the form of our tendencies i.e. how we approach the world and how we perceive it.  Is the universe friendly or is it something to be feared?  Here’s the most interesting part of the comparisons of the Conscious Mind vs Subconscious Mind: in his book, The Biology of Belief, Dr. Bruce Lipton calculates that conscious mind has the ability to process physical information to the tune of about 2000 bits of information per second, however, he also estimates that the subconscious mind can and does process all sensory information and compares it with every other life experience we’ve ever had and even some experiences we haven’t had in the form of book knowledge or pervious life experiences to the tune of over 20,000,000 bits of information per second.   Other studies calculate the numbers to be even higher on a subconscious level.  One study at the University of Pennsylvania suggests that the subconscious mind is capable of processing information at 400 billion bits of information per second.  Does that surprise you?

My point in all of this is to let the reader know that there is a reason why you can’t just stop feeling your emotions, especially the ones that are deeply rooted in pride, greed, anger, grief, fear etc.  These are very strong emotions and are all located in our subconscious mind which is where all the power is.  The reader may then ask, “Why do some of us get over our negative emotions sooner than others?”   Here’s the answer: We get over our negative emotions when we release the traumas associated with them.  Some people are willing to let go of their traumas sooner than others.  

In my work regarding the releasing of traumas, Iv’e found that if we can find the original source of a particular trauma through a process I call Bio-Feedback, we can then release it through the subconscious mind and in a matter of minutes, the subject no longer feels the negative emotions.  As a direct result of this work, some of the victims of the Rt. 91 incident at the country music concert in Las Vegas, have been able to start the healing process much sooner than they could have imagined.  This doesn’t mean that they were able to let it all go in a single session, but even after one session of releasing the dark emotions of PTSD, a person is able to find their inner courage, and start moving forward with an acceptance and peace that allows them to heal.

In one way or another everyone has been a victim of emotional, physical or cellular trauma at some point in time in their lives.  How this trauma manifests in your life may be in the form of self-sabotage, anger, fear, worry, grief, etc.  You may be the only one that knows how much you keep yourself from having the things you really want.  If you’d like to find out more about Bio-Feedback and how it works, please contact me.  the sooner you start the healing process the better you life will get.  Isn’t it time?

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