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  • What does it mean to be whole brained January 24, 2020 - Related links: The importance of being present in a whole brain state What is a Psych-K balance How childhood experiences affect the whole brain state Scientific validation of the whole brain state after a Psych-K balance Split brain research on  'brain dominance theory’ indicates that the two hemispheres in the brain specialise and preside over… read more
  • PSYCH-K – being present and whole brained January 24, 2020 - My greatest challenge in life was to go from being stuck in the past, to being present and truly empowered. Psych-K enabled me to jump start this process and create the practice of showing up fully in the present. This has allowed me to reinvent myself and be exactly who I want to be, instead… read more
  • How childhood experiences affect the whole brain state January 24, 2020 - We are born with the natural ability to be in a whole brain state, unfortunately  it is all too easy to lose this balance during our childhood. The brain hemispheres go out of balance when a traumatic or negative experience triggers a dominance of one hemisphere over the other because we are too overwhelmed to… read more
  • What is a PSYCH-K balance January 24, 2020 - A Psych-K balance is a process which creates balance between the left and right hemispheres in the brain. During Psych-K balances neuronal exchanges occur between the hemispheres, creating a whole brain state. When there is coherence between the two hemispheres a super learning state is created, allowing the instant download of new data, and the… read more
  • What does forgiving yourself actually mean? July 4, 2019 - A difficult childhood can shape our lives and personalities We all perceive things differently. If we perceived that we were hurt or misunderstood or humiliated in some way, then such an experience can trigger our ego and subconscious to need to protect ourselves. As we grow up we may do whatever it takes to never… read more
  • Rob Williams – the founder of Psych-K March 19, 2018 - EVER SINCE HE SAW DISNEY’S animated classic Fantasia as a young boy, Rob Williams has dreamed of being a magician. Now, a half-century later, he might just have become one. Williams doesn’t use magic to clean the kitchen, like Mickey Mouse does in Fantasia. He cleans something far more important: the subconscious, which drives most… read more
  • A letter to parents of an anorexic child January 12, 2018 - Dear Parent I am writing this letter because I want you to know there is hope and help for you and your child. I know that as parents we want to do the best we can for our children and to help them, especially if they are suffering. It is easy for us to feel… read more
  • A different point of view… March 19, 2018 - It is easy for us to have fixed beliefs and views about what’s right and wrong in our lives and the world at large. And some of us often find ourselves getting frustrated when people don’t see things our way. Our perspectives on life come from our experiences growing up. And it is human nature… read more
  • Loving ourselves unconditionally is the way to go! November 25, 2017 - In our society the prevailing thought is that loving ourselves unconditionally is wrong, because it resonates with being self centred and self absorbed. The truth is that in order to love others unconditionally we must firstly love ourselves unconditionally. When we love ourselves unconditionally we have to accept everything about ourselves, both the good and the… read more
  • Let’s get spiritual……. February 21, 2018 - Spirituality means different things to different people. I grew up with the perception that to be spiritual meant going around in long flowing clothes, being in perfect harmony with life at all times, and being the most wonderful kind person that ever lived. However this didn't seem particularly tangible for me. Life felt a bit tough… read more
  • Specialising in eating disorders March 8, 2018 - I specialise in helping people who suffer with eating disorders. I feel it is an area which is overlooked and is put in the ‘too hard’ category. There also seems to be a thought process that once you have an eating disorder you never really recover. I promise you it is not ‘too hard’ and… read more
  • The importance of forgiving November 11, 2017 - A few years ago I watched Eva Kor's U Tube video where she talked about forgiving a Nazi who was in command of the concentration camp where she was imprisoned and experimented on with her identical twin. I have to admit I couldn’t at the time work out why she would even want to do… read more