Apr 3, 2016

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Memory Imprints Make a Difference in How You See Your Life Today

Your brain receives information through your eyes, and much of this information is in the form of images. With as much as 80% of your surrounding world entering your senses through vision, your memory of previously charged circumstances and/or environments plays an important role in how you respond or react. The memory imprints make a difference in how you see today.

The overlay of earlier events in your life plays a large role in how you interact with the world today. Through beliefs that inherently formed through your background, family, culture, religious beliefs and repeated patterns, your nervous system responds from a habitual bias for protection.

This means that when there is an opportunity for freedom from an habitual pattern arises, it’s not so easy to create new alternative responses or directions. In fact, you might not even be able to see new opportunities staring you in the face!

As an example, in research for a New Vision Resonance Repatterning®, Chloe Faith Wordsworth states, “If you put flies in a jar with a lid on and later take the lid off, the flies will continue to fly around in the jar as though the jar were still closed, until one of them finally discovers the new “reality”-flying out of the jar.”

The flies that remain in the jar who are still working with the memory of entrapment or confined space, an open jar with more space has no meaning yet. There is a familiarity with environment, experience and response. There is no movement towards a new opportunity in this state.

into the cloudsIt is like driving through the fog focusing on the only thing you can see, what is just in front of you based on your need for making sense of your environment in a stressful situation. This limited vision creates a limiting reality. It controls the level of contraction or relaxation you experience in your eyes, face, and body muscles. It also controls the rhythm and depth of your breathing.

If you want small changes in your life, work on your attitude. But if you want big and primary changes, work on your paradigm. ~Stephen Covey

Positive change comes when there is a shift in how you perceive what is happening in front of you. When you see the world in a more expansive way, and with your psychic filter cleared of residue from the past that limited your view, this creates a reduction in stress in your body-mind system. It relaxes your muscles and also regulates the amount of light you absorb and radiate, in turn energizing your body-mind system and regulating your breathing patterns.

This happens with release of the negative perceptions and residue of unresolved issues you have housed within your being. In fact, what remains of the earlier material is only the residue and your resonance with that material. Yet, changing how you interact with this information changes your life. Resonating with greater access to expanded possibilities for meaning based on new awareness creates shifts in how your body-mind system responds, and this leads to greater sense of freedom and author-ship of your own life.

Resonance Repatterning® sessions build the bridge within your body-mind system so you can experience wellness and well-being by creating more harmony and balance where you need it specifically.

Kimberly Rex, MS is a certified Resonance Repatterning practitioner, Person-Centered Expressive Therapist and Wellness and Well-being Coach who works with people of all ages by phone, Skype, proxy or in-person. To schedule personal Resonance Repatterning sessions to create greater wellness and well-being in your life, contact her at http://windowstotheheart.net

 

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