Our first reference in life is our genetics.
The second reference is behavioural.
Our genetics consist of not just physical characteristics, but also emotional and behavioural patterns, inherited from our parents.
Our genetic references are also reinforced in utero, as our nervous system develops its basic foundations.
One example of this is if our birth mother was calm, stable and happy while we were developing in utero, it is more likely that we came into the world reflecting those qualities.
If our birth mother was stressed, sick or chemically influenced while we were developing in utero, this too can have a direct influence on our nervous system at birth and throughout our life .
Our subconscious is a huge library, from which we draw our resources.
Its functions use two main references.
One, the resources we have inherited, and the other, are trained or conditioned references which is the ‘training and conditioning’ we experience through the course of our everyday life.
The genes we inherit from our ancestors offer us the potential to express our hidden brilliance.
Of course in our everyday life, we can also train our self to express brilliance too.
Within our subconscious structure are also our unsupportive habits.
These habits can hinder this brilliance, causing us to live out the weak links of our parents.
As we grow and develop living within our family unit we are experiencing the conditioning of our parents.
Our parents are living out their references too.
Some of which are genetic, some are their ‘training and conditions’ which they had learned from their parents.
As we grow, living with our family, we make conclusions, consciously and subconsciously, that life is a certain way.
Sometimes this is good, sometimes this is not.
As adults we experience life through our own eyes.
Often our life experience can come into conflict with our original genetic experience and leave us confused.
If we have not been given a clear set of references or resources from our parents, either from their genetic code or from their modelled behaviour, we live in confusion.
Eventually, as we mature, we recognise this conflict by the fact that what we want to do is different from what we perceive as expected to do.
As a child our development during the first two years was an extension of our mother whose influence was the greatest.
The next five years our father and the rest of the family had influenced our conditioning which we then took out into society.
Most of the conflicting problems experienced later in life are implanted between the age’s 2-7years old.
Our nervous system attempts to tell us about these conflicts.
It attempts to tell us when the relationship between our genetics and our behaviours are not good.
If these two are congruent, we are healthy and happy.
If it is not congruent we begin to form symptoms of ill health because our body chemistry changes and can begin to develop patterns that can lead to sickness and discontentment.
Because we want to be accepted in life, we model what we think is acceptable.
For example, our mother’s or our father’s behaviours.
We take on these models because we want to do the “right thing”.
But a part of us (our inherited resources) wants to live and express ourselves differently.
It has another programme to express.
The inherited patterns as a result can come into conflict with our learned behaviours.
The learned conditioning we form through life can become so ingrained into our subconscious, that we don’t even know we are doing it until pointed out.
Have you ever felt like you have been doing the right things for yourself but are not getting better?
Are your relationships not exactly what you want?
These are symptoms of our genetics being incongruent to our life training.
The life behaviours and thought patterns we have developed don’t match our inherited references.
After years of compensating for this we move away from being our true self.
We make conclusions that we cannot do something, or cannot be something because it will have an undesired effect.
Meanwhile our potential hidden within our subconscious references, sits and waits, and waits and waits …
After years of this, we cannot spend the energy it takes to compensate anymore so we begin to become sick, restless or unsure of our directions.
Neuro-Training with Kinesiology sessions train the nervous system to access our natural abilities, which are our innate intelligence, our inherited resources, and our natural recuperation ability to create what we want, rather than what we don’t want.
This training, from the inside out, is not something we spend time thinking about, it’s automatic.
Our symptoms are simply pointers to a conflict in our life.
These internal conflicts are a major focus on which Neuro-Training is based.
Redirecting people from focussing on their problems to focusing on their solutions is very powerful.
It has an enormous influence on the results we want to achieve in our life.
If you want to become the master of your life – find the challenges and what to do to meet those challenges.
Neuro-Training is about training your subconscious to do it itself.