Nurturing Positive Beliefs One day Rob Williams, a psychotherapist, was having one of those terrible where nothing was going right. He was trying to devise more effective forms of treatment for his patients and not getting very far. Calling out to God in frustration he cried, “What do you want me to do?” Williams was amazed to find that within moments he got detailed images, like a blueprint, for how to change self limiting beliefs in the subconscious.
We’ve all had the experience of trying to lose wieght, break an old pattern, or start a new good habit, only to have it fail. What Williams found was that making a conscious commitment wasn’t always enough to override the self-limiting subconscious beliefs that we all carry around. In his vision that day he saw what was to become PSYCH-K, a simple, direct method for overcoming self-sabotage.
That was about 25 years ago, and Williams has spent the time since then perfecting his system and training others to use it. Using a form of kinesiology to read muscle tension, Williams can tell what are the limiting beliefs and then devise a program to address them. He incorporates Chinese medicine to pinpoint the organs or parts of the body where these beliefs may reside in order to release them on a physical level as well.
Still, it’s changing the subconscious beliefs that really does it. Williams says, “PSYCH-K does not heal anything. It is the catalyst for the body to heal itself. The mind is the doctor. The pharmacy is in your head.” He has found that in about 80% of the cases the changes are lasting and long term.