How it Works for You

Your beliefs are the foundation of your personality. They define you as worthy or worthless, powerful or powerless, competent or incompetent, trusting or suspicious, belonging or outcast, self-reliant or dependent, flexible or judgmental, fairly treated or victimized, loved or hated. Your beliefs have far-reaching consequences, both positive and negative, in your life. Beliefs affect your moods, your relationships, job performance, self-esteem, physical health, even your religious and spiritual outlook.

The PSYCH-K® techniques employed by Proper Act Consulting are designed to transform negative beliefs into positive beliefs, simply because “your beliefs become your thoughts, your thoughts become your words, your words become your actions, your actions become your habits, your habits become your values, and your values become your destiny.”(Mahatma Gandhi)

With so much at stake, it is imperative that we know how to change beliefs that are limiting us into beliefs that support us. This is what PSYCH-K® is all about. As its originator, Robert Williams said, “PSYCH-K® is a user-friendly way to rewrite the software of your mind in order to change the printout of your life.”

A great deal of research has been conducted for decades on what has come to be called “brain dominance” theory (also known as split-brain research). The findings of this research indicate that each hemisphere of the cerebral cortex tends to specialize in and preside over different functions, process different kinds of information, and deal with different kinds of problems.

The LEFT Hemisphere

The RIGHT Hemisphere

Uses logic/reason

Uses emotions, intuition, creativity

Thinks in words

Thinks in pictures

Deals in parts/specifics

Deals in wholes/relationship

Will analyze/break apart

Will synthesize/put together

Thinks sequentially

Thinks simultaneously/holistically

Identifies with the individual

Identifies with the group

Is ordered/controlled

Is spontaneous/free

While our birthright is the natural ability to simultaneously utilize both sides of the cerebral cortex, life experiences often trigger a dominance of one side over the other when responding to specific situations. The more emotionally charged the experience (some traumatic), the more likely it will be stored for future reference, and the more likely we will automatically over-identify with only one hemisphere when faced with similar life experiences in the future.

The conclusions (i.e. beliefs, attitudes, values, etc.) drawn from our past experience are stored in the subconscious mind, below the level of conscious awareness. These subconscious beliefs create the perceptual filters through which we respond to life’s challenges. Research has shown that at least 95% of our consciousness is subconscious. Therefore, while we may be mostly unaware of their influence on us, our subconscious beliefs ‘direct’ our observable actions and behaviors. They form the basis for our actions and reactions to each new situation in our lives.

The ability to perform effectively, both personally and professionally, is profoundly affected by such beliefs as “I am competent”, “I am powerful”, or “I am safe”. With beliefs such as these, you can undertake challenging projects with confidence and stay focused on the task at hand. But if you have limiting beliefs such as those below, you will proceed hesitantly, fearing mistakes, criticism, and failure.

Do you recognize some of these common limiting beliefs?

 

“No matter what I do or how hard I try, it’s never good enough.”

“The decisions I make usually turn out wrong.”

“If people knew the real me, they wouldn’t like me.”

“I blame others (my boss, co-workers, spouse etc.) for my problems.”

“I shouldn’t try anything new or risky because I’ll probably screw it up.”

“It’s not safe to ask others to help me because I can’t trust them to do the job right.”

“My opinion doesn’t really matter.”

“What I do isn’t really important.”

As Henry Ford once said, “If you believe you can, or if you believe you can’t…you’re right.” Most of us agree, and behavioral scientists confirm, that our behaviors are a direct reflection of our beliefs, perceptions, and values, generated from past experiences. In other words, our beliefs establish the limits of what we can achieve.

You may find it disturbing that these self-limiting subconscious beliefs are a reflection of reality. Perhaps you find it even more disturbing that subconscious beliefs actually help create that reality. But the good news is you can change those self-limiting beliefs into self-enhancing ones that help create a new, more desirable reality.

The difficulty seems to be in knowing how to change those old limiting beliefs, perceptions, and values into new, self-enhancing ones.

Re-scripting limiting subconscious beliefs is similar to reprogramming a personal computer. Using PSYCH-K® processes, a kind of ‘keyboard’ to your own mind, you can increase cross-talk between the two cortical hemispheres, thereby achieving a more ‘whole-brained’ state, which is ideal for changing subconscious beliefs. 

In addition, when right and left hemispheres are in simultaneous communication, the characteristics of both hemispheres are available to maximize your full response potential.

PSYCH-K® helps you quickly and easily communicate directly with your subconscious mind, and – while using methods of whole-brain integration – change old self-limiting beliefs into new self-enhancing ones that support you, in just minutes.

Disclaimer: The PSYCH-K® process is strictly limited to the modification of beliefs. The PSYCH-K® process is not designed to diagnose medical problems, nor is it a replacement for medical attention or professional mental health care.