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From "Why I can help you with all your issues" webpage
To expand further on the above explanation:
Our Thoughts/Beliefs = Our Feelings = Our Behaviors
Our thoughts/beliefs determine how we feel about ourselves. Then we act out those feelings through our behaviors. So, our positive thoughts and beliefs lead to positive behaviors, and our negative thoughts and beliefs lead to our negative or dysfunctional behaviors. (This is not just my philosophy, this is the basis of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, the current therapy standard in psychology today.)
Our positive thoughts and beliefs come from positive, loving, supportive experiences in our lives and our negative thoughts and beliefs come from our adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). (If you'd like to see how much our adverse childhood experiences effect our lives, go to the ACEs Study.)
These equations become self-fulfilling prophesies, which means that if you start off with negative thoughts and beliefs, no matter what you do, and no matter how much positive thinking you try to do over the unconscious negative thoughts/beliefs, you will always eventually will end up with those old negative behaviors and feelings.
It then logically follows that our thoughts create our reality. We create our reality by what we are thinking at the time. This formula turns out to be a key to life in the sense that if you learn how to change you negative thoughts into positive ones you will then be able to change the course of your life, from negative to positive.
In order to change these default feelings and behaviors you have to change your thoughts and beliefs. And, in order to do that you have to do more try to forceably think positive thoughts on a conscious level. The change has to come from within your unconscious.
work with the deeper brain to pinpoint the spot in the brain
where the trauma is "stuck" and RELEASE this trauma
which then RELEASES one's negative thoughts/beliefs, feelings and
dysfunctional behaviors associated with that particular trauma.
All negatives thoughts come from trauma (be it Big "T" or Little "t" trauma)
All negative thoughts/beliefs and behaviors come from some kind of trauma in our lives, (mostly from our earlier lives). None of us come out of this period of our lives unscathed. We all get emotionally affected one way or another. Those hurts we experience alter our lives in one way or another from that point on. How we cope with those hurts may depend on our home environments at the time as well as other factors.
If they were supportive, nurturing, and encouraging environments, the hurts may affect us less over time. If the contrary exists in our home environments, the traumas in our life will take a larger toll, leading to more and more dysfunction in our lives as time goes by.
In order to change these default feelings and behaviors you have to change your thoughts and beliefs. And, in order to do that you have to do more than think positive thoughts on a conscious level. The change has to come from within your unconscious.