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You are invited to embark on a journey toward Comprehensive Vitality. Comprehensive Vitality is when all aspects of one’s physical, mental, emotional and spiritual lives are balanced and fulfilled. Do you find yourself struggling in your life? Are you feeling managed by your life and circumstances? Do you find yourself searching for maybe you not sure what? If you answered yes to any of these, this session is designed for you! If you are ready to embrace an empowered vital life, if you are tired of being blocked by “shoulds”, by physical limitations, by mental doubt or WORSE -- criticizing thoughts about you, then you want to invest in this Comprehensive Vitality Mind PT session. Click play now. Quick! You’ll be so delighted!!
Sybil Baker is a nationally certified healthcare professional with more than 30 years of experience in nursing. Sybil’s dedication to healing and others and teaching them to heal themselves has led her to dedicate more than 20 years to her private practice and community clinics. Sybil’s journey began with her interest in life science and chemistry. As an avid student of life Sybil continued her journey unlocking the doors to wellness as a teacher of Pranic healing. Sybil has found her passion empowering people to live healthy, abundant and prosperous lifestyles to support their health and continued success. As the founder and CEO of PH Ohio, LLC, Sybil has made it her mission to learn more wisdom and techniques to facilitate her own and other people’s growth.
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MindPT uses a precise blend of high quality, clinically studied techniques. Each element is proven to safely and quickly improve emotional and physical wellbeing, and leads to peak performance and greater happiness.
Dr Barbara Fredrickson’s Broaden & Build Theory states that happiness encourages a broader range of behaviors including creativity, innovation, change and bold decision-making.
The RAS is an automatic mechanism that alerts you to information relevant to you. It is influenced by your belief system (“believing is seeing”). You can program the RAS to seek and amplify information that helps you achieve any goal.
Brain cells that fire not only when you perform an action, but when you observe another person performing an action.
A type of self-fulfilling prophecy based on expectations placed on people and the individual’s unconscious response to those expectations.
A type of self-fulfilling prophecy based on inner belief ofself-worth, abilities and potential.
A type of self-fulfilling prophecy based on expectation of an outcome creating the outcome.
Our brains instantly analyze a few key features of any situation before we are consciously aware of them, to enable instant reactions.
Emotional contagion is the unconscious mimicry and embodiment of the emotions of other people.
The power of “I am” and other positive statements, help activate positive self-fulfilling prophecies.
Meditation activates the body’s parasympathetic nervous system.
What we focus on, expands as we unconsciously take action to validate what we perceive. Gratitude instantly upgrades our perception and therefore our actions.
Mental rehearsal is creatively visualizing the future and “pre-learning” the behaviors necessary to bring that future to life.
Being personally engaged in the presentation through self-images and self-written personal power statements helps imprint positive ideas faster.
A key element to positive personal change is fun, in order to encourage daily and consistent use until results are evident.
Releasing stress is key to promoting behaviors that lead to better results.
Positive images and statements stimulate the release of peptides, which activate the opiate receptors in the brain. The effects last for hours afterward, and lead to increased baseline happiness.
Neuroplasticity, or brain plasticity, is the brain’s ability to form neural pathways and synapses in response to new information.