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The Mind

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95% of the time, we operate from our subconscious mind. 

If we like the color green more than blue, then it’s coming from our subconscious mind. Our conscious mind does not really play a role. There really isn’t a logical answer as to why we like green more than blue. We just do.


Some of us may get irritated at seeing a messy table, while to others, it may have no effect. Irritation, a milder form of anger, is an emotion, stemming from our own individual subconscious minds.  


When there’s a stronger battle in the mind between logic and emotion, emotion usually wins. 


If we’re diabetic, we logically know that we shouldn’t eat sugar. But if we’re in an emotionally charged stage of sadness or anger, then we may most likely eat that sugar-ladened cake, even though logically we know we should not. Our behavior, in that moment, can change dramatically when there’s a stronger emotional charge.


Most of us may not have Confidence issues most of the time, but when we’ve been rejected a few times, we may start to feel a greater lack of confidence, that keeps coming up repeatedly.  Somewhere in our subconscious mind, we may need to resolve some issues that cause our lack of confidence to escalate.


Through Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT), we can approach many conditions that have affected the mind and emotions, and heal them.  Unleash the Inner U works both ways, as a preventative alternate, not allowing emotional charges to escalate negatively, and also to heal regular, chronic issues. 

“Before you heal someone, ask him if he is willing to give up the things that made him sick’                                              -Hippocrates


Every thought the Mind has, has an impact on the Body. And every effect on the Body has an impact on the Mind.


A disease or imperfection in the body would have started in the mind. And if it started in the mind, it can also be healed by the mind. 


The body is a storehouse of memory. Every experience we have had is stored in the body. That’s why it’s important to understand, where in the body, does an experience affect us.


When we’re anxious, is the anxiety feeling in our throat? Maybe we experienced early on, that we wanted to say something and we were told not to express it, Or is it in our stomach? The stomach is known as the storehouse of emotions. 


Through Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT), we can approach many illnesses that have affected the body, and heal them. 

Body and Mind

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