“The measure of intelligence
is the ability to change,
when we allow the change”
PSYCH-K® is a methodology that uses all levels of the conscious, subconscious and superconscious mind to transform our limiting conditionings and the stresses, that we perceive in respect to any situation, into beliefs and empowering situations.
Born over 25 years ago, it is increasingly counting scientific research in the fields of neuroscience, biology and physics. It is also one of the methods recommended by the famous biologist Bruce Lipton, whose revolutionary research on the cell membrane has preceded the new science of epigenetic.
To change the limiting subconscious beliefs, Psych-K® uses balances. A Psych-K® balance is a process developed to create an optimal integration of both hemispheres of the cerebral cortex. This is a modality that our brain uses spontaneously when it is in the condition of having to learn new habits very quickly. For example, whenever we suffer a trauma, even if we only burn our fingers with a candle, our subconscious instantly records the information that the fire burn, we do not need to repeat the experience before, or recalls it from time to time. This natural way of brain functioning, it’s called today, by neuroscientists, hemispheric integration.
This state of “hemispheric integration” is ideal for reprogramming the mind with new self-empowering beliefs, reducing unnecessary stress and helping you access your maximum potential to face life experiences.
Muscle testing is used to communicate directly with the subconscious mind, as the subconscious mind controls the autonomic nervous system and is responsible for our automatic, neurological physical functions.
When the mind maintains a stressful thought, an electrical conflict arises in the brain that leads to a reduction in the strength signal in the body and therefore a weakened muscle response. As a result, muscle testing can be used to determine which thoughts are stressful for the body and which ideas (beliefs) are or are not supported at the subconscious level.
Achieving your goals can be disappointing and frustrating when a discrepancy arises between your conscious goals and your subconscious planning.