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When we learn to walk as a child our focus, emotions and desire send powerful signals to our minds, stimulating neuroplasticity and allowing us to develop coordination and balance.

With practice we gradually begin to succeed, and this ability becomes a natural unconscious part of us.

In the same way we can apply the principles of neuroplasticity to assist us in our development of mental practices such as The Dialogue of Self Liberation. 

Having made the committed decision to consistently apply TDSL we take advantage of conscious practice and repetition in accordance with the principle of “Train it and Gain it”.

We can then playfully add to this the creative power of our positive emotions and gamify the process by celebrating each time we succeed in identifying and “TDSL’ing” a non-useful habitual pattern. 

This communicates a clear message directly to our non-conscious “PAY ATTENTION, THIS IS IMPORTANT!”

In fact a 2017 study “The Influences of Emotion on Learning and Memory” even states that positive emotions such as enthusiastic exploration, hopefulness, and creativity, initiate learning in the brain.

Let me know below how you bring your positive emotions to your learning.

With Love and Gratitude,

Cheyne
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When we learn to walk as a child our focus, emotions and desire send powerful signals to our minds, stimulating neuroplasticity and allowing us to develop coordination and balance. With practice we gradually begin to succeed, and this ability becomes a natural unconscious part of us. In the same way we can apply the principles of neuroplasticity to assist us in our development of mental practices such as The Dialogue of Self Liberation. Having made the committed decision to consistently apply TDSL we take advantage of conscious practice and repetition in accordance with the principle of “Train it and Gain it”. We can then playfully add to this the creative power of our positive emotions and gamify the process by celebrating each time we succeed in identifying and “TDSL’ing” a non-useful habitual pattern. This communicates a clear message directly to our non-conscious “PAY ATTENTION, THIS IS IMPORTANT!” In fact a 2017 study “The Influences of Emotion on Learning and Memory” even states that positive emotions such as enthusiastic exploration, hopefulness, and creativity, initiate learning in the brain. Let me know below how you bring your positive emotions to your learning. With Love and Gratitude, Cheyne . . . . . . . . . . . #successplan #youareenough #changeyourmindset #LiveOnPurpose #getunstuck #evolveyourmindset #beyourbestself #personalgrowth #embracechange #createthelifeyouwant #getoutofyourownway #ownyourlife #femaleleaders #livewithpurpose #manifestyourdreams #createyourreality #empoweringquotes #courageovercomfort #showupforyourself #OwnYourPower #SELFBELIEF #overcomeobstacles #itstartswithyou #personalgrowthjourney #powerwithinyou #beleiveyoucan #liveyourbestlife #9tothrive #weeklygoals #findyourself

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The Dialogue of Self Liberation allows us to acquire the very specific skill of no longer speaking about the past as if it were the present or the future. 

This enables us to redefine our perceptions of who we are NOW, and in so doing create new exciting opportunities for personal growth.

TDSL is not about lying to ourselves as if something hasn’t happened, or telling ourselves that ‘we’re over it’.

Instead, The TDSL method is incredibly specific, as it allows us to accurately and honestly refer to an experience that HAS happened, or something that we HAVE experienced, with the explicit conscious purpose that we would like to move on from such experiences and unhelpful beliefs.

You see, it depends on what our purpose is, and this is the point. If our goal is to liberate ourselves from self-doubt, anxieties or non- useful patterns of self-communication, then we need to no longer engage in
the unconscious repetition of those patterns, which means we have to stop referring to them as if they were here now.

Even if they were here only 3 seconds ago, because we need to acknowledge and signal to ourselves that we want to leave something in the past.

The specific context and practical effect of this subtle conscious shift absolutely implies a completely
different perception of what we are representing and expressing to ourselves in the present moment.

We have to stop telling ourselves, “I am stuck”.

If we have been feeling self-doubt, insecurity or lack of self-worth, then to break out of the habit of talking about those feelings and beliefs as if they are still here now, or as if they are always going to be here, can seem very radical.

Gradually the more we do this the less cluttered we feel, the less weighed down we become, because we are
no longer re-vivifying those beliefs or experiences, no longer sending the signals to our brains that they are constant and always will be.

The Dialogue of Self Liberation creates a very strong and clear distinction between who we have been and the person who we can become from NOW!

Please share your thoughts on this below, I look forward to chatting with you 🤗 🦋

With Love and Gratitude,

Cheyne

The Dialogue of Self Liberation allows us to acquire the very specific skill of no longer speaking about the past as if it were the present or the future. This enables us to redefine our perceptions of who we are NOW, and in so doing create new exciting opportunities for personal growth. TDSL is not about lying to ourselves as if something hasn’t happened, or telling ourselves that ‘we’re over it’. Instead, The TDSL method is incredibly specific, as it allows us to accurately and honestly refer to an experience that HAS happened, or something that we HAVE experienced, with the explicit conscious purpose that we would like to move on from such experiences and unhelpful beliefs. You see, it depends on what our purpose is, and this is the point. If our goal is to liberate ourselves from self-doubt, anxieties or non- useful patterns of self-communication, then we need to no longer engage in the unconscious repetition of those patterns, which means we have to stop referring to them as if they were here now. Even if they were here only 3 seconds ago, because we need to acknowledge and signal to ourselves that we want to leave something in the past. The specific context and practical effect of this subtle conscious shift absolutely implies a completely different perception of what we are representing and expressing to ourselves in the present moment. We have to stop telling ourselves, “I am stuck”. If we have been feeling self-doubt, insecurity or lack of self-worth, then to break out of the habit of talking about those feelings and beliefs as if they are still here now, or as if they are always going to be here, can seem very radical. Gradually the more we do this the less cluttered we feel, the less weighed down we become, because we are no longer re-vivifying those beliefs or experiences, no longer sending the signals to our brains that they are constant and always will be. The Dialogue of Self Liberation creates a very strong and clear distinction between who we have been and the person who we can become from NOW! Please share your thoughts on this below, I look forward to chatting with you 🤗 🦋 With Love and Gratitude, Cheyne

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27 days ago
We are continually learning and adapting to our experiences, environments and those things we pay purposeful attention to.

This means we are continually developing new skills.

Often times we may not have even realise that something is a skill that can be learned as it may appear otherwise, as simply the way we are, or just how it is.

At The Dialogue of Self Liberation, we focus on developing the skill of no longer limiting ourselves in our self-communications because of what we have felt, believed or experienced in the past.

What skills have you been enjoying developing recently?

With Love and Gratitude,

Cheyne
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We are continually learning and adapting to our experiences, environments and those things we pay purposeful attention to. This means we are continually developing new skills. Often times we may not have even realise that something is a skill that can be learned as it may appear otherwise, as simply the way we are, or just how it is.

At The Dialogue of Self Liberation, we focus on developing the skill of no longer limiting ourselves in our self-communications because of what we have felt, believed or experienced in the past. What skills have you been enjoying developing recently? With Love and Gratitude, Cheyne . . . . . . . . . . . #findyourself  #selfcaretips  #strongertogether  #selflove  #DailyCalm  #nourishyoursoul  #selfcare  #selfcarecoach  #selfloveclub  #selflovematters  #youareenough  #selfcompassion  #radicalselflove  #selflovejourney  #mentalhealthawareness  #mentalhealth  #gratitudeattitude  #gratitude  #balance  #meditate  #happy  #lettinggo  #perception  #heal  #stayhome #selfcommunication #neuroplasticity #mindfulness #selfforgivness #forgivness

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30 days ago
When we decide with purpose that we are no longer willing to accept certain behaviors, beliefs, or self-communications in our lives, we are choosing to draw a line in the sand.

Behind that line are the ways in which we have acted, and the things which we have said and communicated towards ourselves which have held us back, or limited us.

In front of that line is the as yet virgin untrodden sands of opportunity and possibility as we begin to embark in developing the skill of no longer engaging in those things  worth letting go of

As we continue to practice that skill we might notice ourselves developing in many surprising and wonderful ways so much so that when we turn to look back at that line we drew in the sand we are surprised to realise just how far we have come.

Have you drawn any lines in the sand? Let me know below. I love to hear from you, and I do my best to reply to every comment.

With Love and Gratitude,

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 #passion  #beastmode💪  #successmindset  #Mindsetreset  #boundaries  #relationships
 #selfmade  #lifecoach  #letsdothis  #healthymindset  #youchoose
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When we decide with purpose that we are no longer willing to accept certain behaviors, beliefs, or self-communications in our lives, we are choosing to draw a line in the sand. Behind that line are the ways in which we have acted, and the things which we have said and communicated towards ourselves which have held us back, or limited us. In front of that line is the as yet virgin untrodden sands of opportunity and possibility as we begin to embark in developing the skill of no longer engaging in those things worth letting go of As we continue to practice that skill we might notice ourselves developing in many surprising and wonderful ways so much so that when we turn to look back at that line we drew in the sand we are surprised to realise just how far we have come. Have you drawn any lines in the sand? Let me know below. I love to hear from you, and I do my best to reply to every comment. With Love and Gratitude, Cheyne . . . . . . . . . . . #changeyourlife #confidence #clarity #selflove #loveyourself #5secondrule #starttoday #selfcare #personaldevelopmentcoach #juststart #starthere #selfhealer #mindset #powerofpositivity #successfulmindset #strongeveryday #entrepreneurquote #hardwork #passion #beastmode💪 #successmindset #mindsetreset #boundaries #relationships #selfmade #lifecoach #letsdothis #healthymindset #youchoose #communityovercompetition

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This Saturday 28th August at 3pm BST (10am EST, 9pm ICT) I (Cheyne🤗 )  will be hosting another of our TDSL Community Calls. 🌟

These are completely free and are a wonderful opportunity to provide mutual support and encouragement for people around the world, as we learn how to rise above life's varied challenges.

You can book onto the call by following the link inour bio and selecing Community Calls

Excited to see you there 🦋 ❤️

This Saturday 28th August at 3pm BST (10am EST, 9pm ICT) I (Cheyne🤗 ) will be hosting another of our TDSL Community Calls. 🌟 These are completely free and are a wonderful opportunity to provide mutual support and encouragement for people around the world, as we learn how to rise above life's varied challenges. You can book onto the call by following the link inour bio and selecing Community Calls Excited to see you there 🦋 ❤️

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a month ago
Sometimes all it takes is a single action to begin the process of change.

What is one action you could take today which would improve your life?

I'm excited to hear from you below 😊

With Love and Gratitude,

Cheyne
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 #livewithpurpose  #liveyourdreamlife  #mindmatters  #mindhealth  #shareyourlight
 #selflovefirst  #selfloveclub  #choosehappiness  #positivepsychology

Sometimes all it takes is a single action to begin the process of change. What is one action you could take today which would improve your life? I'm excited to hear from you below 😊 With Love and Gratitude, Cheyne . . . . . . . . . . . #mindfulawareness #yourpath #talktomyself #kindnessiscool #selfloveisntselfish #selflovespo #yourperfect #findyourselfhere #forgivenessiskey #followyourownpath #liveeveryday #livelifenow #experiencelife #grateful #yourbestself #selfgrowthjourney #selflovecoach #liveyourtruth #mindbodyconnection #livewithpurpose #liveyourdreamlife #mindmatters #mindhealth #shareyourlight #selflovefirst #selfloveclub #choosehappiness #positivepsychology

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a month ago
The distinction we are making here can be understood by considering the specific implications of the words ‘HAVE’, ‘HAS’, and 'DID' when referring to an experience. 

These words make reference to an experience as ‘being in the past’.

However to use the word ‘HAVE’ with purpose, sends a very clear message to ourselves which actively lessens the feeling we experience ‘in the moment’ and creates a space between those old patterns which have happened, and what we are currently experiencing NOW.

And it does so without “polluting” the present or future.

This is in contrast for example to the words “Used to”, which refer to past experiences as having happened, but also silently imply that we no longer engage in those patterns, or that we are over them, that they won't happen again.

This is a very important distinction to make.

To use “Used to” in this way is in fact a form of implied positive affirmation, and therefore NOT TDSL!

Maybe the implied assertion is not true for us YET, if we haven’t made that
much progress, YET. 

It may take time for us to move away from those old habitual self-defeating patterns, and during that process of letting them go, we might possibly
engage in them again.

If we were to re-engage in those old patterns after making assertions that we “used to, but no longer do”, we are likely to feel as if we have failed.

Repeated experiences of failure can result in demoralizing self-communications, and increase the likelihood of giving up, or the development of the harmful belief that change is simply not possible.

Using the words ‘HAVE’, ‘HAS’, and 'DID' lessens this risk as they make reference to a past experience without implying anything about the present moment or the future.

How do you relate to this concept?

Let me know below.



With Love and Gratitude, 



Cheyne

The distinction we are making here can be understood by considering the specific implications of the words ‘HAVE’, ‘HAS’, and 'DID' when referring to an experience. These words make reference to an experience as ‘being in the past’. However to use the word ‘HAVE’ with purpose, sends a very clear message to ourselves which actively lessens the feeling we experience ‘in the moment’ and creates a space between those old patterns which have happened, and what we are currently experiencing NOW. And it does so without “polluting” the present or future. This is in contrast for example to the words “Used to”, which refer to past experiences as having happened, but also silently imply that we no longer engage in those patterns, or that we are over them, that they won't happen again. This is a very important distinction to make. To use “Used to” in this way is in fact a form of implied positive affirmation, and therefore NOT TDSL! Maybe the implied assertion is not true for us YET, if we haven’t made that much progress, YET. It may take time for us to move away from those old habitual self-defeating patterns, and during that process of letting them go, we might possibly engage in them again. If we were to re-engage in those old patterns after making assertions that we “used to, but no longer do”, we are likely to feel as if we have failed. Repeated experiences of failure can result in demoralizing self-communications, and increase the likelihood of giving up, or the development of the harmful belief that change is simply not possible. Using the words ‘HAVE’, ‘HAS’, and 'DID' lessens this risk as they make reference to a past experience without implying anything about the present moment or the future.

How do you relate to this concept? Let me know below.

 With Love and Gratitude, 

 Cheyne

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a month ago
If our goal is to liberate ourselves from self-doubts, anxieties or non-useful patterns of self-communication then we need to no longer engage in the unconscious repetition of those patterns, which means we have to stop referring to them as if they were here "now".

Even if they were here only 3 seconds ago.

We need to acknowledge and signal to ourselves that we want to
leave something in the past.

If we know really, truly and clearly that our goal is to free ourselves from those patterns, then we can apply the TDSL Principle using the words ‘HAVE’ or ‘HAS’, because we know we have:

- Believed those things to be true
- Thought those thoughts
- Felt those feelings
- Experienced those experiences
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- Reacted to those things as we HAVE

To acknowledge them in this way is a true and accurate representation of our past experiences.

However the specific context and practical effect of this subtle conscious
shift absolutely implies a completely different perception of what we are representing and expressing to ourselves in the present moment.

We have to stop telling ourselves, “I am stuck”.

And if we have been very, very, stuck, or not realized that we have been stuck, then the thought of this can be profoundly challenging.

If we have been feeling self-doubt, insecurity or lack of self-worth, then to
break out of the habit of talking about those feelings and beliefs as if they are still here now, or as if they are always going to be here, is very radical.

But, gradually the more we do this the less cluttered we feel, the less weighed down we become, because we are no longer re-vivifying those beliefs or experiences, no longer sending the signals to our brains that they are constant and always will be.

This Dialogue of Self Liberation creates a very strong and clear distinction between who we have been, the person who has been suffering, and
the person who we can become from NOW!

🔥  If this makes sense to you leave a cooment below.

With Love and Gratitude,

Cheyne

If our goal is to liberate ourselves from self-doubts, anxieties or non-useful patterns of self-communication then we need to no longer engage in the unconscious repetition of those patterns, which means we have to stop referring to them as if they were here "now". Even if they were here only 3 seconds ago. We need to acknowledge and signal to ourselves that we want to leave something in the past. If we know really, truly and clearly that our goal is to free ourselves from those patterns, then we can apply the TDSL Principle using the words ‘HAVE’ or ‘HAS’, because we know we have: - Believed those things to be true - Thought those thoughts - Felt those feelings - Experienced those experiences and, - Reacted to those things as we HAVE To acknowledge them in this way is a true and accurate representation of our past experiences. However the specific context and practical effect of this subtle conscious shift absolutely implies a completely different perception of what we are representing and expressing to ourselves in the present moment. We have to stop telling ourselves, “I am stuck”. And if we have been very, very, stuck, or not realized that we have been stuck, then the thought of this can be profoundly challenging. If we have been feeling self-doubt, insecurity or lack of self-worth, then to break out of the habit of talking about those feelings and beliefs as if they are still here now, or as if they are always going to be here, is very radical. But, gradually the more we do this the less cluttered we feel, the less weighed down we become, because we are no longer re-vivifying those beliefs or experiences, no longer sending the signals to our brains that they are constant and always will be. This Dialogue of Self Liberation creates a very strong and clear distinction between who we have been, the person who has been suffering, and the person who we can become from NOW! 🔥 If this makes sense to you leave a cooment below. With Love and Gratitude, Cheyne

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a month ago
We are not defined by the things that have happened to us in our past, but by how we choose to perceive them.

The words we choose to use provide the content for our perceptions.

So when we say such things such as, “I am”, “I never”, “I always” “I will never”, “It’s always”, “Why do I always.. “ we are affirming to ourselves “this is how it is, how it always will be”.

In those instances we are presenting a perspectiv to our minds by
continuously saying to ourselves, “More of this please, more, more, more!”

So that is what we get, until either circumstance force us to accidentally
change, or we make the conscious effort to do so.

Like a hamster on a negativity wheel we have been going round and round and round constantly improving in the pattern of spinning the negativity wheel faster and faster, to the point where we don’t even realise we have been on the wheel and it becomes normal.

In fact because our brains are so good at learning and adapting to what we
ask of them, they have even learned to get better and better at being stuck.

And over time those self-defeating ideas and beliefs which we have poured our energy and emotion into have changed our brains on the physical level, and in accordance with the principles of neuroplasticity, or as Dr. Lori Desautels describes it.

"Negative lingering brain states can become neural traits that are hardwired into our circuitry”

That is of course...... until we decide to STOP IT!

Comment below and let me know the ideas, beliefs and emotions you have been pouring your emotion into.

With Love and Gratitude,

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 #findyourself  #selfcaretips  #strongertogether  #selflove  #dailycalm  #nourishyoursoul  #selfcare  #selfcarecoach  #selfloveclub  #selflovematters  #youareenough  #selfcompassion  #radicalselflove  #selflovejourney  #mentalhealthawareness  #mentalhealth  #gratitudeattitude  #gratitude  #balance  #meditate  #happy  #lettinggo  #perception  #heal  #stayhome  #selfcommunication  #neuroplasticity  #mindfulness  #selfforgivness  #forgivness

We are not defined by the things that have happened to us in our past, but by how we choose to perceive them. The words we choose to use provide the content for our perceptions. So when we say such things such as, “I am”, “I never”, “I always” “I will never”, “It’s always”, “Why do I always.. “ we are affirming to ourselves “this is how it is, how it always will be”. In those instances we are presenting a perspectiv to our minds by continuously saying to ourselves, “More of this please, more, more, more!” So that is what we get, until either circumstance force us to accidentally change, or we make the conscious effort to do so. Like a hamster on a negativity wheel we have been going round and round and round constantly improving in the pattern of spinning the negativity wheel faster and faster, to the point where we don’t even realise we have been on the wheel and it becomes normal. In fact because our brains are so good at learning and adapting to what we ask of them, they have even learned to get better and better at being stuck. And over time those self-defeating ideas and beliefs which we have poured our energy and emotion into have changed our brains on the physical level, and in accordance with the principles of neuroplasticity, or as Dr. Lori Desautels describes it. "Negative lingering brain states can become neural traits that are hardwired into our circuitry” That is of course...... until we decide to STOP IT! Comment below and let me know the ideas, beliefs and emotions you have been pouring your emotion into. With Love and Gratitude, Cheyne . . . . . . . . . . . #findyourself  #selfcaretips  #strongertogether  #selflove  #DailyCalm  #nourishyoursoul  #selfcare  #selfcarecoach  #selfloveclub  #selflovematters  #youareenough  #selfcompassion  #radicalselflove  #selflovejourney  #mentalhealthawareness  #mentalhealth  #gratitudeattitude  #gratitude  #balance  #meditate  #happy  #lettinggo  #perception  #heal  #stayhome #selfcommunication #neuroplasticity #mindfulness #selfforgivness #forgivness

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a month ago
I was recently interviewed by the fantastic Holy Bilicki for the Beauty Wisdom Podcast, it was a great experience and we had a wonderful chat discussing all things TDSL.

Holly Bilicki is a Beauty Transformation Coach who helps women create an internal and external make-over so they feel beautiful on the inside, look beautiful on the outside and live a happier life.

A credentialed Health Educator from Hippocrates Health Institute, specializing in detoxification, eating unprocessed foods and emotional eating, she believes true beauty comes from within and is a reflection of owning your inner power and honoring your deep wisdom.

@hollybilicki 

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cheyne-towers-self-communication/id1504812613?i=1000521629564

I was recently interviewed by the fantastic Holy Bilicki for the Beauty Wisdom Podcast, it was a great experience and we had a wonderful chat discussing all things TDSL. Holly Bilicki is a Beauty Transformation Coach who helps women create an internal and external make-over so they feel beautiful on the inside, look beautiful on the outside and live a happier life. A credentialed Health Educator from Hippocrates Health Institute, specializing in detoxification, eating unprocessed foods and emotional eating, she believes true beauty comes from within and is a reflection of owning your inner power and honoring your deep wisdom. @hollybilicki https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cheyne-towers-self-communication/id1504812613?i=1000521629564

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WORDS HAVE POWER!

Mark Twain once said:

“A powerful agent is the right word. Whenever we come upon one of those intensely right words, the resulting effect is physical as well as spiritual”

If you have any doubts about this just recall the last time you received an email with a worrying subject line and the feelings it caused, even before you opened it.

Researchers have even shown that people respond physiologically and emotionally to written and spoken words.

As a 2015 scientific literature review describes it:

“...language serves as the “glue” for emotion content.... shaping the ongoing processing of sensory information from the body and world to create emotional experiences and perceptions”

What this means is that not only do words impact us, but the words we use to understand and describe our experiences actually DETERMINE our perceptions and experiences.

“What we perceive and expect is what we get! The brain sees and responds to perception, not reality.”

So chose your words with care, they have tremendous creative power!

Is this something you can relate to? Comment below and share with friends who get it.

With Love and Gratitude,

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 #spiritualawakening  #innerchildhealing  #innerwork  #shadowwork  #healingenergy
 #bodyenhancement  #intergenerationaltrauma  #intergenerationalhealing  #innerstrength
 #healingvibrations  #healingtrauma  #healingtakestime  #holisticpsychologist
 #holisticmentalhealth  #traumabonding  #holistichealing  #traumarecovery  #beyourbestyou
 #mindfulmovement  #traumainformed  #handmade  #stylish  #waistbeadsaddict
 #healthcoach  #healthcoaching

WORDS HAVE POWER! Mark Twain once said: “A powerful agent is the right word. Whenever we come upon one of those intensely right words, the resulting effect is physical as well as spiritual” If you have any doubts about this just recall the last time you received an email with a worrying subject line and the feelings it caused, even before you opened it. Researchers have even shown that people respond physiologically and emotionally to written and spoken words. As a 2015 scientific literature review describes it: “...language serves as the “glue” for emotion content.... shaping the ongoing processing of sensory information from the body and world to create emotional experiences and perceptions” What this means is that not only do words impact us, but the words we use to understand and describe our experiences actually DETERMINE our perceptions and experiences. “What we perceive and expect is what we get! The brain sees and responds to perception, not reality.” So chose your words with care, they have tremendous creative power! Is this something you can relate to? Comment below and share with friends who get it. With Love and Gratitude, Cheyne . . . . . . . . . . . #selfhealing #selfhealers #selfhealingjourney #higherself #spiritualguidance #spiritualawakening #innerchildhealing #innerwork #shadowwork #healingenergy #bodyenhancement #intergenerationaltrauma #IntergenerationalHealing #innerstrength #healingvibrations #healingtrauma #healingtakestime #holisticpsychologist #holisticmentalhealth #traumabonding #holistichealing #traumarecovery #beyourbestyou #mindfulmovement #traumainformed #handmade #stylish #waistbeadsaddict #healthcoach #healthcoaching

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