The human brain a powerful computer that has been storing data since the day we were born. That data is stored in our conscious, subconscious and unconscious minds and our brain calls upon information as it needs it, in present events and situations. If the information collected has come from a place of fear, pain, or any other negative emotion, then the response experienced will be reflective of that original emotion.
It is estimated that the brain thinks between 60,000 and 80,000 thoughts per day. When you multiply that by the days, weeks, months and years you’ve been on this earth, that is one mega hard drive, almost impossible to comprehend.
Now it’s important to reiterate, however negative a response may feel today, it’s actually come from a place of love. Our brains are wired to protect us and will store past threats, so it is able to jump in, as and when new perceived threats occur. Powerful stuff.
So now we know we’re already hard-wired from our past, how can we rewire the negative parts so that the thoughts, feelings and responses we experience today can begin to serve us as we progress forwards?
Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) uses a hybrid of techniques to help the mind recover from past trauma and recondition the files that are stored. The aim is to reinforce positive emotion so that future behaviours are influenced from a good place, therefore the feelings experienced breed confidence and encourage drive.
You remember the tens of thousands of thoughts you have every single day? Many of these are stored in the subconscious mind and so its necessary to tap into to those files in order to change them. This is where hypnosis is introduced. Allowing your mind to go into an altered state of consciousness is where you can be gently guided to rewrite the files to ensure they are working for you in the future, and not against you.
How we talk to ourselves, and the language we use can have a fundamental impact on our self-belief and self-worth. Our internal dialogue will directly dictate the how we act and how we react to in any given situation. If we repeat things often enough, we start to believe. Our brains won’t distinguish between fact and fiction – it will simply trust the information it’s receiving. So, by changing the words we use and repeating positive language, changes become not only possible, but inevitable.
With so much storage to go through, it can take some exploration to identify all the areas that are having an impact today. Many things will be hidden in the depths of childhood and bringing those to the surface, so that they can be improved and forgiven, takes numerous techniques working together in unison.
What is clear, is the mind is a complex beast and it’s not surprising mindset can be challenging. Making sure we access the right help that employs the most effective techniques, will allow us to clean up the computer that is our brains, so that it’s feeding us the right information, at the right time, with the right messages.