How Coaches Can Help Their Clients Heal

If you are a life coach, career coach or any type of coach that connects with people and improves their lives with mindset shifts and actionable steps, then you might want to consider becoming an energy sound frequency therapy practitioner.

 

We all know that what we think, we create; however, some of our clients may have emotional blockages that we can’t always solve by just talking. These could be deeply rooted traumas, limited beliefs and other emotions trapped in the subconscious.

 

So how does it work?

 

Through the use of non-force kinesiology, Rediscover Yourself, LLC has developed a system to get a read on the client’s energy and find the emotion causing an imbalance in the body. They created specifically developed sound frequencies to target issues rooted in the client’s subconscious and body. Quantum physics tells us that everything in this world is made up of atoms, and atoms vibrate at a certain frequency. If we can improve the frequency in our energy field, we can improve the outcomes of our emotions, success, happiness and overall lives.

How do you become a practitioner?

 

There are no prerequisites to obtaining this certification. You don’t need a degree or any higher education. This practice is best for people who are passionate about helping others improve their quality of life and develop a higher level of self awareness. You can obtain certification through a 9 consecutive day course. Once completed, you will have all the information and tools you need on starting your own business, or adding to your existing business. You will also have a network of certified sound frequency therapy practitioners to collaborate with and get support from.

 

Why should you take this step?

 

By becoming a certified Energy Sound Frequency Therapy Practitioner, you are creating more opportunities for your clients to release old ways of thinking and limited beliefs. You can help them reach their goals quicker, help them lead healthier lives, and eliminate any negativity that is holding them back. It sets your clients up for success. You are also joining a movement of forward thinking wellness professionals that incorporate sound frequency with their healing methods. Check out some of our testimonials from existing clients.

 

Questions?

 

Check out our FAQ page filled with commonly asked questions. If this is something you are interested in, please feel free to contact Bonnie or Steve Vincent to set up a consultation and see if this is the right career path for you. 

What Can Energy Sound Frequency Therapy Help?

Energy Sound Frequency Therapy is the use of sound frequency to help balance the body and alleviate emotional blockages in the subconscious. Through the use of non force kinesiology and specifically developed frequencies, Rediscover Yourself, LLC has created a way to raise the vibration of your body to eliminate issues within the body.

Do you experience any of these?

Here are a list of experiences/issues that we have helped people heal from:

Addiction

Anxiety

Depression

Fear

Grief

Loss

Heartbreak

Relationship Issues

Stress

Trauma

PTSD

Migraines

Low energy

Pain

Guilt

Letting go of the past

Animals

Negative emotions

Vertigo

Patience

Self doubt

Worthlessness

Low self esteem

Panic attacks

Bad habits (eg: nail biting, scratching, hair pulling)

Hopelessness

Irrational fears

Allergies

PMS

Racing thoughts

Night Terrors

Snoring

Self Abuse – cutting

Suicidal thoughts

Hyper-sensitivity

Claustrophobia

It’s important to remember that you are not alone, and we are here to help. Rediscover Yourself, LLC is able to perform virtual sessions as well as in-person sessions. If you’re curious about how this method has helped other people, check out some of our testimonials. If you’re interested in becoming an Energy Sound Frequency Therapy practitioner yourself, please reach out to Steve or Bonnie Vincent. We are happy to answer any questions you have!

How Energy Sound Frequency Therapy Can Help You Live Medication Free

Have you been interested in finding natural and alternative methods for your medication? Are you overwhelmed with where to begin with supplements or maybe wellness programs are too expensive? That’s where Energy Sound Frequency Therapy can help!

 

As a disclaimer, Energy Sound Frequency Therapy is not to replace your medication, our practitioners are not medical doctors and do not prescribe or monitor your medication/symptoms. However, through sound frequency therapy, we are able to get down to the root issues that may be causing the issue/disease in the first place.

 

Quantum physics tells us that atoms are made up of energy and they all vibrate at a different frequency. When our energy has an imbalance, such as depression, anxiety, physical pain, trauma, stress, etc., our body disperses energy to different areas of the body that need it most. While this is great, and our bodies are functioning the way they are supposed to, we sometimes become stuck in that state of imbalance through blockages in our subconscious. This is why practices like acupuncture are so popular and effective, because it pinpoints different areas in the body where nerves indicate there is an imbalance, and we can rewire the response to those nerves through neurohormonal pathways.

 

But if you’re afraid of needles or don’t have time to dedicate to a long acupuncture process, you may be looking for additional alternatives. Energy Sound Frequency Therapy gets to the root blockages in your subconscious through the use of non force kinesiology. Practitioners are then able to formulate a specific sound frequency that will eliminate that blocked emotion. People tend to feel better within minutes to a couple of days. 

 

With a shift in energy, and blockages removed, your body will start to balance itself. When a body is completely balanced, disease can no longer exist. Through intuitive and medical decisions, you are able to decide if medication is still the right option for you, we will never make that diagnosis for you. However, by balancing your life, you are healing your body.

Are you ready for Sound Frequency Therapy?

Have you been feeling “stuck” lately? Not sure what gets you out of bed in the morning? Maybe your panic attacks have been unbearable lately, or just the thought of going to the grocery store fills you with anxiety and makes you break out in hives. Maybe you have an addiction you can’t seem to get control over. Are you struggling to find your purpose? Are you dealing with any aches and pains or abnormal physical concerns?

 

Sound frequency therapy is the act of using audio frequencies to clear out negative emotions and blocks to balance the mind, body, and energy. Sometimes our subconscious creates barriers or stores a feeling that we no longer need. When we store this low-frequency energy, it can manifest in different ways in the body. Be it negative thoughts, fear, anxiety, addiction, physical pain, or limiting beliefs. Through the use of sound frequency therapy, we can get to the root cause of this issue and clear it through specifically designed frequencies.

 

Check out some testimonies from people who have experienced sound therapy change their life.

 

If you have any questions about sound therapy, please reach out and let us know. We’d be happy to speak with you and do a virtual or in-person treatment!

What I Hear When You Tell Me to ‘Stop Being So Negative’

  

This is a common sentence many of us with mental illnesses get told.

“Just focus on something else.”

“There’s so much good in the world, stop focusing on the bad.”

You don’t think I have tried? For much of my life I have dealt with anxiety and depression.2 This means almost all the time I am either over-catastrophizing, staying on alert for the next bad thing that could happen, overanalyzing every mistake I’ve made, and after all that, getting stuck in a head space that constantly tells me I’m not good enough and never will be. This head space in the past has often led me to periods of self-harm and suicidal thoughts that never get acted upon but are always there in the back of my mind.

This never stops.

When a person tells me, “stop being so negative” it feels like a slap to the face. Basically you’re saying, “You can turn it off, you can choose to focus on something else.” While I may have times where I can put my focus into my friendships, my job, my school life and my hobbies, these things are also stressors and end up leading me back to depression and anxiety. Regardless how many good periods of time I have, depression and anxiety are always going to be there.

So next time you see a person or are talking with them and they are having a difficult time with their depression and anxiety and seem to be focused on the negative, don’t just say, “Stop focusing on the negative,” but instead, maybe ask what you can do to help. If they tell you there is nothing you can do, ask what the negative emotions are focused on? You may want to suggest helpful distractions or ways of coping. The statement “stop being so negative” just makes them feel bad for the depression and anxiety, and that’s honestly the last thing they need or want to hear. You may want to suggest they contact one of the practitioners at Rediscover Yourself to learn of a very successful drug free approach in dealing with these emotional problems.  Have them visit our website www.rediscoveryourselfint.com  and read some of the testimonials written by others who were having similar experiences. We are here to help you get the relief you have been searching for.

Woman and a Fork

Woman and a Fork

There was a young woman who had been diagnosed with a terminal illness and had been given three months to live. So as she was getting her things ‘in order,’ she contacted her Pastor and had him come to her house to discuss certain aspects of her final wishes.

She told him which songs she wanted sung at the service, what scriptures she would like read, and what outfit she wanted to be buried in.

Everything was in order and the Pastor was preparing to leave when the young woman suddenly remembered something very important to her.

‘There’s one more thing,’ she said excitedly..

‘What’s that?’ came the Pastor’s reply.

‘This is very important,’ the young woman continued. ‘I want to be buried with a fork in my right hand.’

The Pastor stood looking at the young woman, not knowing quite what to say.

That surprises you, doesn’t it?’ the young woman asked.

‘Well, to be honest, I’m puzzled by the request,’ said the Pastor.

The young woman explained. ‘My grandmother once told me this story, and from that time on I have always tried to pass along its message to those I love and those who are in need of encouragement. In all my years of attending socials and dinners, I always remember that when the dishes of the main course were being cleared, someone would inevitably lean over and say, ‘Keep your fork.’ It was my favorite part because I knew that something better was coming…like velvety chocolate cake or deep-dish apple pie. Something wonderful, and with substance!’

So, I just want people to see me there in that casket with a fork in my hand and I want them to wonder ‘What’s with the fork?’ Then I want you to tell them: ‘Keep your fork ..the best is yet to come.’

The Pastor’s eyes welled up with tears of joy as he hugged the young woman good-bye. He knew this would be one of the last times he would see her before her death. But he also knew that the young woman had a better grasp of heaven than he did. She had a better grasp of what heaven would be like than many people twice her age, with twice as much experience and knowledge. She KNEW that something better was coming.

At the funeral people were walking by the young woman’s casket and they saw the cloak she was wearing and the fork placed in her right hand. Over and over, the Pastor heard the question, ‘What’s with the fork?’ And over and over he smiled.

During his message, the Pastor told the people of the conversation he had with the young woman shortly before she died. He also told them about the fork and about what it symbolized to her. He told the people how he could not stop thinking about the fork and told them that they probably would not be able to stop thinking about it either.

He was right. So the next time you reach down for your fork let it remind you, ever so gently, that the best is yet to come. Friends are a very rare jewel, indeed. They make you smile and encourage you to succeed. Cherish the time you have, and the memories you share.Being friends with someone is not an opportunity, but a sweet responsibility.

Send this to everyone you consider a FRIEND…and I’ll bet this will be an Email they do remember, every time they pick up a fork!
And just remember…keep your fork!

The BEST is yet to come!

God Bless You

Discover Yourself

Tuesday July 28th

Tuesday July 28th we will be at Joannes Stadium for The Green Bay Bullfrogs Game! We will have a table set up with more information about what Rediscover Yourself Sound Therapy is and how it can affect your life. Please stop by and see us and take in a ball game!

We will be there at 5 and the game starts at 7:05

Hope to see you there, put your business card in for the chance to win a FREE treatment. A $60.00 value

Thank you

Steve & Bonnie

Rediscover Yourself

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10 Weird Ways Your Body Reacts To Stress

Your brain short-circuits

High stress situations—you know, like that work presentation tomorrow—can trigger the release of adrenaline and other fight-or-flight hormones. While those chemicals heighten your brain’s alertness and threat-detection centers (which can be good), they temporarily kneecap your noodle’s cortical networks, which are responsible for contemplation, critical thinking and planning, explains Erno Hermans, Ph.D., of Radboud University in the Netherlands. That happens because your body is conserving energy for a physical confrontation (which, hopefully, won’t occur), Hermans adds. The result: You struggle to find the right words, and you look like a nervous nelly in front of your boss and colleagues.

You suddenly have to excuse yourself

Stress triggers the release of another fight-or-flight chemical known as corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) that messes with your intestinal function, shows a study from the Digestive Diseases Research Center in Los Angeles. Just as animals dump waste during a confrontation, your fight-or-flight response may be helping you jettison excess weight in case you need to flee. Consequently, some people under intense pressure develop diarrhea, the study indicates.

You break out

Elevated levels of the stress hormone cortisol tell your skin’s sebaceous glands, which secrete an anti-inflammatory waxy oil, to kick into overdrive, leading to temporary bursts of acne, flushing, eczema or other weekend-ruining skin conditions, explains Flor A. Mayoral, M.D., a dermatologist at the University of Miami’s Miller School of Medicine.

You can’t quite kick that cold

When you catch a virus, all the nasty symptoms you experience (like a runny nose, a cough or body aches) are the result of your immune system’s inflammation response to the bug. Stress causes an uptick in your inflammation levels, which means your body reacts more severely to cold viruses, shows a study from Carnegie Mellon University. Your cold symptoms may last longer too, the study suggests.

Your hair falls out

 

Days or weeks of heightened tension can cause you to shed hair like a golden retriever in summer, Mayoral says. That hair loss can last for up to three months after a stressful event or period, though your mane will typically grow back after your stress subsides, she adds. It’s possible that elevated levels of stress-induced inflammation are to blame, research from the American Academy of Dermatology suggests.

 

 

Your brain shrinks

Not to be dramatic, but stress flips off a genetic switch that would normally spur your brain to produce new synapses, which allow your brain cells to communicate with one another, shows research from Yale. As a result, your noggin’s “gray matter” volume falls over time. Gray matter is at least partially involved in your emotion regulation, the study authors say. And there’s evidence linking this type of brain shrinkage with higher rates of depression, they add.

Your nails look funky

While stress hormones can make your nails brittle, Mayoral also sees ugly, raised ridges in the middle of her stressed-out patients’ nails. Why? Like cracking knuckles or chewing the ends of hair, another way people fidget is to press their fingertips down on the edges of their thumbnails. Over time, that can cause an unsightly, lumpy ridge to form in the center of the nail, Mayoral explains.

Your ears ring

One study from Sweden’s Karolinska Institute found the stress of having to change jobs increased ringing and other hearing problems among women by 43 percent. FMRI scans have shown the limbic region of your brain shifts into overdrive when you experience ear ringing, and that part of the brain is also known to handle aspects of stress regulation. The study authors say this limbic activity could explain why tension and hearing issues are connected, though they can’t yet point to a specific mechanism at work.

Your cuts and scrapes just won’t heal

Your body’s stress response draws water away from your skin’s outer layers, possibly as a way to keep you hydrated in an emergency situation, which undermines your skin’s ability to regenerate and repair itself, shows research published in JAMA Dermatology. Compared to their calm cohorts, students who were frazzled from winter midterms showed more redness and irritation on their forearm skin after the (sadistic) researchers slapped on and removed cellophane tape.

Your stomach aches

 

Stress chemicals can mess with your gastrointestinal tract, leading to an angry belly or the urge to vomit, shows research from UCLA. While the ways your brain and gut interact under stress are murky, it’s possible the fight-or-flight chemicals your body releases when you’re frazzled cause your digestive system to hold onto calories and other energy sources, which could explain your cranky stomach, the research suggests.