Belief Systems

Running us by remote – until we change them.

Here’s why we look deeper, even with what appear to be exclusively physical problems. Just as an example, let’s posit that pain in someone’s right arm is a chronic issue. We focus on the right arm intuitively, and discover together that when he was a grade schooler, this individual dropped his father’s birthday cake on the floor while trying to take it to the table – lit candles, heirloom plate, and all. The whole family was focused on him when it happened. He might possibly remember the event – or not – but in any case may have no idea of how that single event impacted the rest of his life. We call these “deciding moments,” and they can affect one’s life just as much as ongoing issues.

For example, a child in this situation might decide, subconsciously, any of the following…

  • I can’t hold onto things
  • I can’t handle things well
  • I can’t handle things of value
  • I can’t be trusted
  • I mess up
  • I ruin good moments
  • People hate me when I make mistakes
  • I disappoint people I care about
  • I have trouble being noticed in front of people
  • I don’t want to be too visible – I’ll ruin it

In life we start to perceive and “file” events according to the unconscious beliefs they support, until a belief has more and more energy connected with it, like a snowball that gets bigger and bigger. These beliefs can affect career and relationships, taking the energy intended for achievement and trapping it in struggle.

When we have a deeply held subconscious belief, we attract people into our lives to support that belief, we project the belief on the world around us, and we manifest that belief through our actions, despite whatever it is we say we want or need in this life.

Dr. Candace Pert says in Molecules of Emotion that emotions blocked due to denial, repression or trauma chronically constrict blood flow, “depriving the frontal cortex, as well as other organs, of vital nourishment.” She describes the result as fogginess or stuckness, “repeating old patterns of behavior and feeling that are responses to an outdated knowledge base.”

The individual and I would work together using intention and energy so that he could energetically release the trauma and embarrassment and beliefs, using The DC Shift. Then, we would work with something new – a new belief system. The individual might just discover that more clears up than his right arm.