How To Create Love Not War In Conflict

Conflicts with loved ones are always opportunities to expand awareness, be more honest and become closer. Since some people avoid conflict like the plague, it’s not a surprise that many end up in cold, distant & feel very alone in relationships. Here I will take you through some powerful insights that help our Kinesiology clients find peace not war in their relationships. Number 1: Resolve any war within first If you are at war within … Continue reading How To Create Love Not War In Conflict

When Your Brain Thinks Your Life Depends On It

Being attached to outcomes can create a conscious and unconscious belief in our brain and body that our “life depends on it”. If we believe that our life depends on it, we can put ourselves into a survival state. With our Kinesiology clients, we are often balancing the brain and body’s perceptions around attachments and believing that your life (or happiness) depends on seeking or avoiding particular outcomes. The most common outcomes we client’s brains … Continue reading When Your Brain Thinks Your Life Depends On It

Letting Go Of Communication Anxiety

Often communication can feel challenging as there can be stress that relates to both yourself and also feeling responsible for other person’s emotions or perceptions, even though they are impersonal. In this blog we will give you some insights to help tone down the survival part of your brain when you are communicating. The most common factors that we observe in Kinesiology sessions that hold back people with communicating include: Being attached to outcomes Taking … Continue reading Letting Go Of Communication Anxiety

Being In Fight Mode – Core Reasons People Get Angry When Stressed or Anxious

An outcome of being stressed or anxious is that we can go in to fight mode and defend ourselves, which makes it difficult to resolve conflict or challenges, especially if it involves people, which life usually does. Anger can be triggered by a perceived threat such as perceiving we are not Liked Valued Accepted Supported We don’t belong Even if what we do want deep down is to create a bond and connect with the … Continue reading Being In Fight Mode – Core Reasons People Get Angry When Stressed or Anxious