The human being is destined to evolve

A dear friend of mine, Claudio Trupiano, during a German New Medicine Workshop shared a beautiful thought:  “The human being is destined to evolve”.

That phrase said this way could create a number of contrasting reactions: laughter, doubt, annoyance, but this does not take away the fact that it is true.

When we experiment something that works better, that is easier and quicker than something we used before, we don’t go back. Let’s just think about how impatient we become when the internet connection is slow (or rather as was normal a few years ago) and how we consider to be normal the current speed of navigation (which will in turn become obsolete within the next year).

Those who have a car with automatic transmission will unlikely return to a manual transmission, and the world is full of similar examples.

This is also valid for the process of change: as far as osteopathy is concerned I have always been in search of instruments that allow me and my patients to change in an easy, rapid and long-lasting way.

Since I came to know PSYCH-K in 2007, I have made a quantum jump in this sense: I went from 40 bit per second of my conscious mind to 40.000.000 bit per second of my subconscious mind.

Already working at 40 bps (bit per second) I had good results – or at least this is what I believed at that time – but ever since I experienced what it means to change to 40.000.000 bps, or in other words, the speed of thought, I have never looked back.

Everything is easier, longer lasting and incredibly much quicker. I have participated at many courses in my life; I am curious and like everyone else, “destined to evolve”. If and when I find something better I certainly won’t let it escape, until today this has not yet happened.

The beauty of PSYCH-K is in its simplicity, safety and speed, applicable in every area of life, from the realization of a project to the resolution of a problem.

I use it mainly in the field of health seeing as the subconscious mind not only manages the beliefs that we have about ourselves and the world that surrounds us, but also controls our autonomic nervous system.

Here is a practical example for you to experiment what it means to work with the subconscious mind (be aware this is not PSYCH-K but it is a useful exercise to understand the different speed between the conscious mind and the subconscious mind):

Next time you find yourselves in front of someone who stresses you (it’s important that you can see the person, they don’t need to be exactly “in front” of you) imagine an “X” that originates from your forehead and arrives at the forehead of the other person and observe how your mood and your perception of the other person changes.

There is nothing magical about this. The subconscious mind communicates through symbols and the “X” is a symbol that allows us to relax and to be at peace with something or someone. By doing the exercise we are not influencing the other person, who will remain exactly as they have always been, instead we are changing the way we perceive that person, from stressing to peaceful. When we change our perception, we change our attitude and often the other person behaves differently towards us, because we have changed.

I hope you enjoyed this exercise, and that alone it can be very useful to you in daily life.

If you would like to leave a comment below, I would be deeply grateful. It will be useful to me and to all those who read it.

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