Peter Bedard– After a near-death experience, Peter Bedard, MA, C.Ht., was faced with the greatest challenge of all: Living a life in severe physical, emotional, and spiritual pain. The former dancer soon discovered that the anger and frustration he felt because of his injuries were not only keeping him in pain, but were waiting to teach him the greatest gifts of his life. Now, a celebrated author and healer, Peter Bedard helps thousands of people globally to live a life of full potential while integrating the lessons of pain into balanced living.
Buttons of Pain! Buttons of Love!
What are you creating? Most of us create through habit. We do something, whether it’s brushing our teeth or taking the dog for a walk, and our brains don’t “think” about how to do those things, we simply do them. That’s the power of your subconscious mind. If you had to consciously think about everything you do then it could take up to two hours to do something as simple as brushing your teeth. Imagine how long it would take to eat a meal!
Our brains create clusters of information that are associated with a singular purpose. For example, there is a cluster of information on how to brush your teeth as well as how to react to specific situations, people, places, and things. Your entire body participates in the process. Your subconscious brain and habituated patterns know how to accomplish the task at hand and do so with ease. In general, these are good things. Unless, or course, you find yourself repeating patterns that are painful or abusive. These “buttons” of information can be emotional, physical, and spiritual. When you learn to identify a “button” of pain you dilute it’s power and when you consciously create a “button” for happiness you create an emotional experience in your body that can’t be shut down.
Creating these buttons within yourself, and in session with your clients, is a simple and super efficient way to create major behavioral and emotional shifts with your clients.