Recapitulation and Conscious Language
The words we think and say are many times a program or habit we have created and may be limiting and stunting our growth and the outcome of our true desires. In other words we are stopping ourselves from becoming our higher selves, the best we can be and enjoying life.
We recently found Robert Tennyson Stevens who has been talking about Conscious Language for over 15 years. His CD “Introduction To Conscious Language” was passed on to us and it has changed us and now we pass on this information that we find is worth looking into.
Such a simple concept that will help us recapitulate or re-examine our automatic memory responses, find and release us from the stress we create ourselves.
Memories that are trapped in the muscles of our body may cause us pain and discomfort. To assist in finding and healing these areas we use the Recapitulator, self massage therapy tool. Easy to use for the whole body. It is well known that using sustained pressure as in acupressure and known by many other names allows you to focus your attention on what’s going on inside.
By searching out this areas of dis-ease we can find what is causing our problem, recapitulate the thoughts that are at the core, the beginning of creating this dilemma and update our program to what we know to be today. Our fears are often times in play. Don’t let your past rule. We know better, don’t we?
Using this tool or any other you may have that allows you to hold the pressure right there where you have pain will get your attention sustaining the pressure as long as need be comfortably will help break down that stress and remove it from your life.
Check out Mr. Stevens video at the conscious media network who are masters at interviewing folks on subjects that will make a difference in our world.
Other titles of his work are, body language translations, conscious language 101, and update your life. See more mastery systems
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