The Various PSYCH-K® Balances
New Direction Balance ~ A sitting postural balance
Resolution Balance ~ A standing postural balance
VAK To The Future ~ Through visual, auditory and kinesthetic exercises a powerful personal belief statement is created.
Core Belief Balance ~ This balance is an efficient way to discover and change "core beliefs" that may be blocking you from achieving your desired goals in life. The balance includes 13 pairs of belief statements that represent such basic, vital issues as self-love, forgiveness, connection to Divine Intelligence, etc. As a general belief process that prepares the mind/body system for accelerated growth and change.
Life Bonding Balance ~ The "trauma of birth" and the "fear of death" are two powerful aspects of human experience. This balance reprograms the negative impact of these influences in our lives. By directing the breath back and forth between two power points in the body. You will learn to transform stress associated with your experience prior to and including your 'birth' and your perception of 'death'.
Relationship Balance ~ This process is designed to deepen the understanding between two people by identifying and transforming the issues that challenge them. It can be used with couples, parent/child, siblings, friendships, partnership or any relationship. Belief Points are used to identify the growth opportunities and gifts each individual has to offer the other in the relationship.
Belief Point with Energy Focusing ~ Each of the 12 energy points on the body (derived from ancient acupressure) represents key beliefs that reveals valuable information about how you are limiting yourself in any given situation. Energy Focusing helps direct your attention and intention toward a specific goal such as changing a belief connected to that energy imbalance.
Rapport Balance ~ The foundation for all effective communication is rapport. It occurs naturally when two or more people share a common reality. At its best, it is a condition of trust and respect that allows you to communicate openly and honestly. With rapport, communication is effortless and comfortable. Without rapport, something doesn't feel right. There is struggle and effort, and the conversation is often one long misunderstanding.
The goal in establishing rapport is to create a safe and supportive environment in which change or learning can take place. Having good rapport skills means being able to join someone in their version of reality. They will feel better understood and will respond with more cooperation.
Surrogation ~ A surrogate or substitute is used when the person receiving the balance is unable to be present themselves due to illness or distance.