According to PhD cellular biologist Bruce Lipton, our subconscious mind is a supercomputer, processing about 40 million bits of data per second as well as processing thousands of tasks simultaneously.

Bruce shares that this supercomputer is recording life and basing your future decisions on your past experiences. Your environment sends signals to your cells, but your cell membrane translates that message to your protein parts inside your cells and tells them how to respond.

It’s not the signal coming in but your perception that controls your reality.

This subconscious response happens so fast, you don’t have time to think about or decide how you want to respond, the response has already happened. Because we respond automatically (subconsciously) and don’t even realize it, we tend to get frustrated with how we handle things or deal with others. We say that we will try harder to do better. Unfortunately, trying does not work because the conscious mind does not control our responses 95% of the time, our subconscious does.

If you want to change something in your response, you have to change your subconscious program. You must literally change how the cell reads the signal to change your response automatically.

What about the past?

Those events have already happened. How can we change that perception if it’s already happened? It’s very important to know that the subconscious mind is timeless. That means if you got in a car accident 20 years ago, you are most likely still suffering the emotional trauma of the accident which most often shows up physically.

Did you ever wonder how an injury could last so long when our bodies are meant to heal? Have you ever heard an athlete complaining about an old injury? Of course!

Old injuries last because your subconscious mind is timeless, and the trauma does not go away. Imagine your muscles tensing up just before a sudden impact. Your body keeps having this response, bracing for impact, because the subconscious is timeless. Can you see why your body would keep hurting while thinking the accident? The trauma fades in our conscious mind so most often we think the past can’t be causing problems now. That could not be further from the truth.

How can you transform or even erase the past?

You’ve got to change your memory. But how can you do that? Here’s how it works. First decide what memory you want to change or erase. Next, you’ve got to get your whole brain working to make this memory shift. But Jenny, I hear we only use 10% of our brain. First, that’s not true. Scientists have discovered that we can use up to 100% of our brain if we create a brain synchronization which is our specialty here at Balanced You™. When your whole brain is working together for a goal, you can rewrite your perception.

How do you start to reprogram a memory? Think of an old trauma or drama that you’d like to transform. Think of how you’d rather feel about the past trauma. Is it peace, love, acceptance, understanding, forgiveness? Next, we’d help you create a brain synchronization that would quite literally rewrite the memory. It takes around 5-minutes to rewrite the mind. When you do, the pain of the past transforms into the goal of the future and the physical or emotional reaction being cause by the trauma most often resolves.

If you are ready to erase the past so it stops messing with your future, jump on a FREE 30-minute call with us today. Click here to schedule.