If you could change one thing- right now- about your physical health, what would it be? Maybe it’s joint or back pain that won’t go away no matter what you do or weight that has been challenging to lose. Perhaps you get sick more often than you’d like or suffer from serious allergies. It could be that you’ve lived with a long-term condition like asthma or severe migraines, fibromyalgia, epilepsy, or perhaps are struggling with a disease that significantly disrupts your daily life.
It’s all in your head
What if I told you that whatever you struggle with physically starts in your head?
No, you’re not crazy. What you’re feeling is real! But the reason behind your health issues may not be what you think it is. Science tells us that at least 75 percent of the time, your health problems are a direct result of what’s going on in your subconscious. In other words, the content of your subconscious determines how healthy or sick you are in most cases. But why?
It begins with understanding stress.
We know that stress can cause serious health problems such as diabetes, fat storage, skin problems, back pain, strokes, premature aging, asthma, seizures, and much more.
That’s because of how stress works. Stress is the physiological activation of the fight or flight response in our bodies. This genetic survival mechanism prompts the release of hormones, a rise in blood pressure and a spike in blood sugars.
When this fight or flight response becomes over activated, our bodies pay the price. An over active fight or flight response (panic with loss of control) forces something else to happen in our brain; something that is even MORE impactful and disastrous. The brain goes into overload in those moments causing incoming sensory data (The things we perceive through our senses at every moment) to be processed incorrectly. The result, in such an extreme panic moment, is a neurophysiological ‘short-circuiting’ of all the details around you like colors, shapes, smells, sounds, and sensations. ANYTHING will be processed incorrectly.
These pieces of wrongly coded data, known as bad clusters, remain STUCK in your subconscious. They stay dormant until specific triggers in your environment activate similar ingredients that are also stored in the bad cluster. From that moment on, they drain you of important energy AND because they’re connected to the stress of the fight or flight moment, they release strong feelings of stress and anxiety.
If a bad cluster remains active, and this is almost always the case, its negative physiological power will damage you physically and create serious health problems.
So what’s the solution?
In this fast paced world we crave quick fixes that bandage our pain and allow us to continue with life as usual. The problem with quick fixes is that they only help temporarily because they only suppress the symptoms and not cure the cause.
But what if there was a quick fix that actually offered permanent results? Now there is.
I’m talking about a one-time method that uses NO medication, drugs, needles, or even much time.
The only requirement is a willingness to face the hidden areas in your subconscious that cause you stress. The bad cluster experiences that are stored in our subconscious (we don’t consciously remember them) are scientifically proven to be the MAIN reason for the stress and anxiety that cause health problems.
When you remember these events something amazing happens – you break apart all the details of the bad cluster content in a way that re-processes the data in a correct and healthy manner. Its connection to negative feelings ends permanently. All of this happens in just a fraction of a second. The memory and all of the little details that were stuck are now moved along naturally – leaving you with an instant feeling of clarity, peace, and joy.
Connections that were impossible to make before in your brain, happen instantly, creating a subconscious drive for more health and personal growth.
Discover the most important discovery in health and wellness of our time and reap the rewards of a life without limitations.
Don’t just survive; thrive!