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Let’s talk about science, baby!
What’s this “intuitive energetic coaching” stuff all about anyways?
In my 15 years where I previously worked as a physical therapist, I learned there is always more to people than meets the eye. I learned how to “read” clients by knowing and trusting my own intuition, and by understanding the science behind energetic work. The holistic model of physical therapy I used was primarily based in intuitive and energetic work, and so while I was working with my hands, I was aware of other things going on with a client – I could feel the emotions. I could see the traumas or incidents that was locking the pain or dysfunction in. I could hear the beliefs or barriers. I could just sense or know there was always much more going on than the pain or dysfunction would show at face-value.
We’d then work to find the “driver” or the true root of the client’s issue, which was almost never at their pain location. That driver almost always had an emotional or stress piece to be addressed, and while addressing that stress or emotion released the dysfunction, the client than needed to replace their faulty strategy with an optimal one through neuroplasticity or brain-training. If the client didn’t do their brain-training, they weren’t likely to see long-lasting change because they didn’t convert their old faulty path into a new and optimal one. Another way to say that is, you need to lay down some new tracks if you want to avoid going to the old destination!
While I no longer practice physical therapy, I continue to use my intuitive and energetic “reading” in really the same way, just now at Step Within: Intuitive Energetic Coaching instead of my old career with Within Physical Therapy.
I will “read” a client and feel, see, sense, know, hear what is going on in their situation in addition to what the client is directly communicating to me. We will then identify the underlying root causes related to the client’s primary concern, and use a structured plan based in brain-training to replace that old dysfunctional path with a new optimal one. We’ll lay down some new tracks to get you unstuck and get you experiencing the abundance of possibilities that come with a new and improved destination.
Meditation, yoga, tai chi, chi gong, reiki, martial arts, sho-tai, craniosacral or dural treatment, visceral or organ treatment, body talk etc are all examples of energy work… energy work is literally everywhere today…
When you walk into a room and it feels off, when you think of a friend and she then calls you, when you get shivers down your spine or the goosies, or someone makes you feel anxious… these are all examples of intuition. Your intuition is giving you valuable information constantly… you can “read” people and a room just as I can… for most of us, we just don’t know either how to pay attention to it or how to interpret it…
Beyond my experience with intuition, energetics, and science in physical therapy, I’ve also worked diligently for years in other intuitive and energetic fields (namely, Usui Reiki and a meditation system called Training in Power).
Did you know, depending on what source you read, up to 95% (95%!) of all of our habits are driven by the unconscious?
It’s like the iceberg where the small seen part above the surface represents our conscious mind, and that massive yet unseen part below the surface represents our unconscious.
If we do not actively engage in brain-training, we are swept back into the familiar pattern of the unconscious running the show, pulling us to those old tracks, that old destination… and that old destination just ain’t working for us anymore. We need to overwrite these limiting beliefs and replace ‘em with new empowering beliefs that match what we desire and where we want to go.
It’s like walking the same path in a grass field over and over – eventually the grass is replaced by a dirt path that is good and worn down, it’s comfortable, and it’s easy to walk. But that damn path, comfortable + familiar as it is, takes us to the same old place… over and over again. It’s the same old path that keeps us stuck + stagnant and not moving forward.
If we want change we simply need to start walking a new path. Instead of trying to patch up that old path or trying to make it be something it can’t be, we need to start fresh and walk a new path – and walk it again, and again, and again, and eventually we build a new path to the destination that is actually in line with our goal – that empowers us and propels us to our limitless potential.
Leaving that old path alone and forging the way for a new path is brain-training. Understanding that old path served a purpose at one time, forgiving it, and realizing it is no longer serving us, allows us to make a new path that gets us from A to B in the simplest and quickest manner possible.
You will get a simple structured plan from our collaborative work that not only employs brain-training, but uses your own senses of knowing and intuition, which naturally fosters you walking the new path towards your desired destination, your goal.
Ready to start laying down your new path?
The term “neuroplasticity” appears to have originated in 1948 by a Polish scientist named Jerzy Konorski although there’s established ties to the field of psychology dating back to the late 1800’s, specifically through William James and his book “The Principles of Psychology” in 1890.
With my background in physical therapy, and in particular with the holistic model the Integrated Systems Model (or ISM – Diane Lee), the term “brain-training” (also known as connect+move training, neuroplasticity, or deep core training) has strong research evidence dating back to the 1970’s with an abundance of iron-clad evidence throughout the 1990s and 2000s.
Further yet, the term “neurolinguistic programming”, another form of brain-training, was developed in the 1970s by John Grinder and Richard Bandler (both have backgrounds in philosophy, psychology, and the field of self-help), although their work was largely based on the earlier work of Dr. Milton Erickson, a psychiatrist and psychologist.
I have no doubt you can read on google and Wikipedia just as easily as I can, but the message I’m hoping to convey is that neuroplasticity (brain-training) concepts have been around for centuries, with an abundance of research evidence across a variety of fields such as physical therapy, psychology, philosophy, science, self-help, and language studies.
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