What is Subconscious Intervention Therapy?
Subconscious Intervention is a method in which we can open up access to the subconscious mind. The subconscious stores all of our memories and emotions of the past. It organizes and in many situations, hides memories from us, thinking that it is protecting us. Subconscious Intervention helps lift the vail of separation between the conscious and the subconscious. It does this by our consciously letting go of the past and future providing an openness in the mind that acts like a signal saying " I am ready for more deeper memories, I can handle it and need to see the truth". When these memories come up we then have something to work with. The more these things come up the lighter and more healed we become. It is like taking off that back pack full of rocks that we have been carrying around for years.
Subconscious Intervention uses various methods that are presented to the client in steps. The information that comes out is the autobiography of the subconscious. The the personal stories that explain who you are now, why you’re here on earth, and why you do what you do, and points out ones personal possibilities in life. You do not need to be spiritual or scientific, and you do not have to be in need of any type of healing to use this healing modality although it does help to have an open mind about the possibilities of subconscious intervention in order to do and complete the steps needed in order to reap its many benefits.
Subconscious intervention is a therapeutic technique for accessing and re-experiencing your past, building a solid present moment understanding, and directly working with your future. In short, subconscious intervention is the process of healing the now by first healing the past and then, creating an inspiring future.
Benefits of Subconscious Intervention
Some people try subconscious intervention simply out of curiosity. To find their purpose in life and to work with the various tools that are offered. But for most, it’s a path for personal growth and healing. It can help:
Understand personal relationships.
By seeing patterns in our behavior. Allowing us to note our response to situations that are similar in nature.
Energizes talents and abilities.
We understand why we maybe musical, artistic, linguistic, athletic, gifted in unique ways. In some situations we realize how our talents have been laying dormant for years.
Release fears and anxieties linked to traumas.
Fear of heights, water, types of people, animals, situations. Fears can then be better understood and then seen as being false.
Release physical problems related to traumas.
The subconscious mind has a built-in mechanism to protect the conscious mind from information overload. But this is not always healthy for us because repressed emotions, if stored within the body, can cause physical problems. Once released, we can learn from and let go of the repressed emotion.
Understand and align with our life’s purpose.
We understand what is behind our calling in life. It is not uncommon for a person to drop all they have been doing for years to do what they feel is their purpose in life. The discovery of why we have been put on this earth.
Understand our relation to life lessons.
Perhaps one of the biggest benefits of Subconscious intervention is that we learn from our mistakes. We humans are very pre-occupied with our desires and not working hard enough on cleansing our past mistakes, the result is that we keep repeating our mistakes again and again.
Subconscious intervention is healing
We all carry memories from our past into the present. Unconscious memories carry a measurement of energy that continues to affect us by resting in our cellular biology, often called the building blocks of life. These memories can be things left undone, broken promises, accomplishments, failures, mistakes, success, emotional debts, guilt, gratitude, traumatic losses, all types of grief and love.
This cellular energy from the past sets up patterns which are continually triggered and repeated throughout life. These patterns can be positive or negative. They can affect our relationships, behaviors, motivations, and our physical bodies and health. Positive patterns can feed talents, bestow wisdom, influence talents, and energize our life’s purpose. Negative patterns fuel destructive, compulsive behavior, cloud judgment, cause injury, and block your way.
By first making these memories conscious, we can release the patterns that no longer serve us, freeing us to live more fully in the present. Beneficial patterns are reinforced, negative patterns are neutralized.
How Does Subconscious intervention work?
In the past the attempts to expose the content of the subconscious mind where made by singular practices such as affirmations, hypnotherapy, talk therapy, and Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and exposer therapy and others.
Studies have shown that it is important to take a series of action steps to allow the content of the subconscious to be revealed. There are a number of ways that this happens. Working with various time line graph’s, unconventional ways of journaling, meditation and contemplation practices, deep investigation in to our past, acceptance and surrender, all play a part in subconscious intervention.
As repressed and suppressed memories unfold, you feel the related emotions also unfold. Once the memories are exposed and properly worked with, it can feel like you are removing the heaviness of a load you’ve been carrying on your back for years. The result is a sort of death of the negativity that the memory contained. A neutralization of the emotion that is connected with the memory, resulting in a profound learning experience and an opening, a type of spaciousness that allows a renewal of mind and body.
Subconscious Intervention works because it is about you, the client, revealing your past to yourself. Then using this past as a tool for a deeper understanding of why your world is the way it is and how you can live a life that feels complete in every way. A life that does not need to change anything in order for you to experience peace of mind in daily living.
The program consists of eight meetings and can be completed live in person, or online via FaceTime or zoom. There are both group classes or personal one on one sessions with Shane being offered.
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