• What Is PSYCH-K®?
• How Did PSYCH-K® Come To Be?
• How Does PSYCH-K® Work?
• How Does PSYCH-K® Differ From Other Self-Help Modalities?
• What is a PSYCH-K® Balance?
• Why Haven’t I Heard Of PSYCH-K® Before?
• How Can PSYCH-K® Help Me?
• What is Muscle Testing?
A: PSYCH-K® is a unique and direct way to identify and change subconscious beliefs that perpetuate old habits and behaviors that you would like to change. It is a simple process that helps you communicate with your subconscious mind so you can change beliefs that sabotage your self-esteem, relationships, job performance and even your physical health! PSYCH-K® is a user-friendly way to rewrite the software of your mind in order to change the printout of your life!
A: PSYCH-K® was originated in 1988 by Robert M. Williams, M.A. It was a response to the frustration that came with the realization that typical counseling techniques, which rely almost exclusively on “insight” and “motivation,” seldom create real and lasting changes. Rob has spent 14 years developing and improving PSYCH-K®. His background in business and psychotherapy creates a results oriented approach to personal change. PSYCH-K® was inspired by a variety of processes, some contemporary and some ancient. It deals with the part of the mind called the subconscious, which is capable of creating dramatic and lasting changes quickly and easily.
A: PSYCH-K® is a unique process evolving from years of split-brain research and hundreds of sessions with individuals and groups. It creates a receptive state of mind that dramatically reduces resistance to changing at the subconscious level. The subconscious mind can be accessed in a way similar to a personal computer. PSYCH-K® works like a “mental keyboard” – a user-friendly method of communicating with the subconscious mind that is simple, direct and verifiable.
A: PSYCH-K® differs from other modalities in a variety of ways. While all modalities have value, there are important differences that make a difference. These differences are addressed in Chapter 7 of PSYCH-K®…The Missing Peace In Your Life. Follow this link to view the contents of Chapter 7.
A: A PSYCH-K® Balance is a technique designed to create balanced communication with both hemispheres of the brain. This “whole-brain” state is ideal for reprogramming the subconscious mind with new positive beliefs that support your goals rather than sabotage them!
A: Until 1997, Rob was the only person teaching PSYCH-K®. Now there’s a growing number of hand picked Certified Instructors personally trained by Rob Williams. In short, you’ll be hearing a lot more about PSYCH-K® in the future!
A: Your subconscious beliefs establish the limits of what you can achieve. If your life feels like a car being driven with one foot on the accelerator and one foot on the brake, chances are you have a conflict between your conscious goals and your subconscious beliefs. This kind of conflict shows up in relationships, job performance, self-esteem, athletics, weight loss, prosperity, even your physical health.
PSYCH-K® allows you to communicate directly with your Superconscious and subconscious minds. The spiritual foundation of PSYCH-K ensures that the changes you make are in your highest and best interest! When the safety and appropriateness of a contemplated change are confirmed, you change self-limiting subconscious beliefs into self-supporting ones. Unlike most other systems of personal change, PSYCH-K uses permission protocols to confirm the participation of your subconscious mind.
A: Kinesiology is the study of movement, and in particular focuses on the relationship between the mind and body. It can identify the effects that external stimuli, such as chemical substances, food intolerances and thoughts have on our physical system. Such identification is achieved through muscle testing. Kinesiology – unlike other techniques, and through the use of muscle testing – allows the person’s body to indicate when a shift has happened. The power and decision in the session is not with the therapist, it is with the client.
Muscle testing was discovered in America in 1964 by a man called George Goodheart D.C. and was primarily used by Chiropractic doctors. It is now used as an effective tool to communicate with the subconscious mind to identify limiting beliefs. The subconscious mind is responsible for controlling the autonomic nervous system and also our automatic physical and neurological functions. Therefore, when the brain receives a stimulus (such as a thought), it triggers an electrical circuit, which it sends to the body – the muscles and organs.
When we hold a stressful thought, or make a statement with which the subconscious mind disagrees, a confused message is sent to the brain, creating an electrical conflict. This conflict then leads to a weakened signal from the brain, through the nervous system, and ultimately to the muscles, causing a weakened muscle response when tested.