Balances, or other healing modalities?


With so many options for healing available, how do you know which is best? While there isn’t any single “best” tool for anyone, Balancing is the most dynamic tool I’m aware of to allow you to shift your beliefs.

In my experience, most other modalities don’t deal directly with shifting the beliefs that are supporting the circumstances that people want to shift.

For example, if someone is constantly struggling with saving money, and they have an underlying belief that money is hard to keep in the bank, then that belief is going to be very difficult to overcome because their behavior is creating ways to support that belief. But if they shift the limiting belief to “Money is easy to save,” their Conscious mind now has the support it needs from the Subconscious in order to make different choices.

Counseling is one modality that’s very helpful in determining what the problem is, when it started, how it shows up in someone’s life, and provides tools for making different choices. While this is all helpful, it doesn’t support someone in shifting their beliefs at the Subconscious level so they are better able to make different choices. Counseling is a very Conscious-based approach, which has major limitations when it comes to rewiring the Subconscious. The Subconscious dictates what the Conscious does, and hates it when the Conscious mind tries to do something new.

Meditation is a modality that can shift Subconscious behavior. It’s wildly beneficial and has calming effects, but unless it’s done very intentionally and practiced regularly for a significant period of time, it’s not able to shift beliefs quickly the way a Balance can. While meditation can absolutely shift the genetic wiring of a person so they benefit from the physiological effects of their practice, they’re not necessarily changing their beliefs in each session.

Another modality that is quite effective is tapping. Tapping (EFT) is a pattern interruptor and is fantastic, especially when combined with meditation. I love tapping because it allows you to acknowledge your limiting beliefs and create a stronger sense of emotional health based on giving yourself grace despite those limiting beliefs. Where it differs from Balances is that it deals more with emotional feelings than with beliefs.

There are many types of energy work, such as Reiki, that are supportive to shifting energy, but that’s all they do. They shift and release energy that might be creating negative circumstances, and when those energies are released, the person usually notices a difference in their behavior or how they feel. Energy work falls short because it oftentimes doesn’t allow the individual a chance to reprogram their beliefs and so that energy is likely to return.

What I love about Balancing is that it works directly with the subconscious and different levels of brain wave activity. Not only that, when shifting a limiting belief, you’re not only shifting the limiting belief you’re balancing at that time, but other limiting beliefs are being reprogramed at the same time. The ratio isn’t one-to-one, it’s one-to-many.

Furthermore, you don’t have to have a specific goal in order to create a shift. You can set the intention to Balance for whatever you most need, so your Superconscious can decide for you what you most need and you’ll still get the benefit of Balancing. If you don’t trust your Superconscious knows what it’s doing, There’s a Balance for That. 😉

Our minds and higher selves, or superconscious, know so much more about us than our conscious minds will ever understand.

While Balancing does create more access to your entire brain in your daily activity, you don’t have to know the exact details of what’s happening in order to benefit from your Balances. This is a major shortfall of other healing modalities. The trust is put into the hands of the practitioner, or we’re limited by the capacity of our Conscious mind to create change.

Since I started Balancing and experiencing the results of it, nearly everything in my life has changed from an energetic, spiritual and physical level. Used in conjunction with medical treatments, other energy work or counseling, Balancing will help you experience exponential shifts in your growth.

Until next time,

What you say matters!


How closely do you pay attention to what you say? Have you ever said something and instantly recognized the limitation you’ve put on yourself?

Consider this: notice the how your body feels when you say, “I don’t know how to do that.” And now notice how your body feels when you say, “I have not yet learned how to do that.”

When I say the first sentence out loud, my head tilts down and my shoulders slump as if I’m withdrawing inward. For the second sentence, “I have not yet learned how to do that,” my head tilts upward as if there’s already a willingness to try something different.

Has anyone you know ever been proud to admit defeat? Do they hold their head up high, with shoulders back, as if it’s the best thing that’s ever happened to them? It’s not likely. But on the other hand, think of when you’ve had something to celebrate. Do you hang your head in shame, as if it’s nothing to be excited about? Not usually!

When someone does hangs their head after something is wonderful, it’s because they have fear they’re going to lose it, or it’s not right to celebrate, or some other limitation they’re experiencing as a result of a belief system they possess.

The body reacts to what we have stored in our subconscious. If what’s stored in that database doesn’t support us, we respond physiologically — and usually we don’t know we’re doing it. The example I gave above was just body language! But what if your migraines are actually a result of your beliefs? Or allergies? Or inability to adhere to a diet? Or even financial difficulties?

When you start identifying your beliefs as supporting or limiting, it’s much easier for you to accomplish your goals. You’ll finally be able to identify what’s holding you back from achieving what you want. And at least consciously, you can remind yourself of everything that is good and push yourself to shift those beliefs. Or, you can do it faster by Balancing those beliefs. 🙂

In this video, you’ll learn how important what you say is in shaping the beliefs you have and the potential you’re able to reach. (Pssst… your potential is limitless!)

When you identify the limiting beliefs you’d like to rewire into supporting beliefs, check out my Work with Me page to see if there’s a package that best fits your needs, or schedule a Complimentary Q&A call to discuss what we can to do Balance for those beliefs.

With gratitude,

Muscle Testing & why it’s so important for Balancing


When in session with my clients, they’ll tell me they know something is true, but when we muscle test it, it turns out that belief is false for them.

Muscle testing is an amazing tool for interpreting what our actual beliefs are. Many people are familiar with muscle testing after working with a chiropractor or other practitioner to determine their body’s response to foods or chemicals. When used for determining beliefs, muscle testing works differently because we’re communicating with the subconscious and superconscious.

The beauty of using muscle testing when we are working to figure out what our supporting and limiting beliefs are is that we can figure out, beyond the conscious level, what is true and false for us.

We might think that we believe something about ourselves or a situation consciously, but when the subconscious doesn’t have that information stored in it’s database, it won’t agree with the conscious mind. And that’s where things start to fall apart when it comes to goal setting, inner peace, conflict resolution, health, or anything else.

Tune in to the video to learn more about how muscle testing is able to determine what our true beliefs are, and how we can communicate with the superconscious to shift the beliefs that don’t support us.

If you have additional questions about how muscle testing works and how Balancing can create the change you’ve always wanted, check out my FAQs.

With gratitude,

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