Whenever there is a talk or an explanation about PSYCH-K in specific, and human habits in general, the term ‘limiting beliefs’ seems to be a mystery. It seems like most people think they have a good idea about what it is, but they are not quite sure. So, let’s do it – let’s explain what limiting beliefs are.
Limiting beliefs are self made (negative) conclusions that we draw about ourselves and our self worth. We usually draw these conclusions from the information we gathered from the outside: parents, teachers, friends, other family members, religion, media, etc.
Based on the information that surrounds us, we come to conclusions about ourselves, and these conclusions shape our perception of reality. We don’t see reality as what it is, but as who we are. It is an endless cycle: our beliefs define our perception, which controls our behaviour and actions, that create the reality we experience, which ultimately reaffirms our initial beliefs.
To make things even more challenging – contemporary research shows that 95% of our consciousness are operating at the subconscious level. Meaning, most of the time we are not even aware of the limiting beliefs we hold. They are stored in our subconscious mind, and navigate our lives from there.
We believe the reality we experience is the truth. Is it really the truth, or could it be the result of our conclusions about ourselves? For example: ‘I don’t know how to communicate with people’. The experience of a person with such a perception could be of isolation, disconnection, loneliness, bitterness, etc. What if that person believed the exact opposite – ‘I have excellent communication with all types of people’. Can you imagine the different experiences, drawing from these two extremely different beliefs?
Ever wondered why it is so hard for you to change things in your life? To make these New Year Resolutions come true? To live the life you are dreaming about? Well, most likely this is the answer – the limiting beliefs you hold are self sabotaging and perpetuate the reality you experience. Vicious cycle indeed.
What can be done?
As the majority of our self limiting and self sabotaging beliefs is stored in the subconscious mind, we need to access it and change them from there. This is exactly what PSYCH-K does. This is a non invasive, interactive process to change subconscious beliefs that are holding you back.
PSYCH-K works as a kind of ‘mental keyboard’ — a user-friendly method of communicating with the subconscious mind that is simple, direct, and verifiable.
Are you ready to change your life?
Rewrite the software of your mind to change the printout of your experience!