TO THE CORE
We all resonate with events that can affect the rest of how we live our lives. Here empower yourself with solutions shared by Austin-based Resonance RepatternIng practitioner, Mary Schneider.
Are you aware of what your core belief system is? Do you have any idea if your core beliefs are actually that with which what you want to resonate? Our core belief system is comprised of beliefs and thought patterns that reside deep inside the sub-conscious. Just by virtue of the fact that this system is sub-conscious, we cannot get to it. This is why any modality that gives us access to our sub-conscious has become so popular today. These systems of healing can help people improve their lives. We all have a need to know what is beneath the surface that we are resonating with that keeps us stuck and unable to move forward in our lives, don’t we?.
I can give you a very good example of this. I had a client who had a very traumatic event occur in their life at the age of six. At that time, the client made a decision that became a major core belief and lived the rest of their life out of this decision. Because the event was so traumatic and it involved the adults in this child’s life, this person decided that they would never grow up and would never be an adult because adults were people whose behavior left a lot to be desired. Fast-forward to twenty-two years later – this person went into therapy and was semi-diagnosed with “Peter Pan Syndrome.” This client never got married; never had children and did not start a business that was enjoyable until their late 40’s. This person lived their life out of a decision they made at six which had a profound effect on them… that they had no conscious knowledge of at all.
What you resonate with determines how you live your life, the decisions you make and how you perceive yourself. Many people have a core belief system that denies them the ability to see themselves as loveable, even if the people around them consistently communicate to them that they are loved. They simply don’t resonate with the statement, “I am lovable.” As parents we are all profoundly affected when we see that an event has occurred in our children’s lives that cause them to doubt themselves. What is endlessly fascinating is that many of these same parents have no idea that they are also resonating with the frequency of “I am unlovable” and their children are entraining to the vibration of that belief that they, themselves, are transmitting.
Albert Einstein said, “Everything is energy and that is all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality that you want and you cannot help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This is not philosophy. This is physics.” How true.
There is a law of entrainment that says that we entrain to the frequencies of the people in our environment. A Swiss physicist who did an experiment with the law of entrainment put 25 pendulum clocks up on a wall with different times, rhythms and sizes. Then he measured how long it took for all of the pendulums to be oscillating together. It was one hour. Essentially, this means creating sympathetic vibrations. This has tremendous implication for our children entraining to our own limiting beliefs and negative thought patterns – even if it has always been the best of our intentions not to have this happen.
I had a client who came in at twenty-six years of age absolutely paralyzed by their unmanageable rage. And, yet, this person could not figure out what had happened that made them feel this so intensely. After uncovering some of their background, it was determined that they had entrained to their alcoholic father’s anger even though he was not really present in the client’s life for very long. As soon as that anger was identified and cleared, this person progressed with their life and is doing very well today.
What does all of this really mean? It means that as people in community, and especially as parents we are responsible for our awareness of our own core belief systems. It is our modeling that allows our children to learn to navigate in this world and we do a better job of that when we are aware of what we really think and believe in our sub-conscious. Then, if it does turn out to be negative, it is also our responsibility to clear these belief systems so that our children have positive, loving thoughts and beliefs to entrain with. And, with that, they ultimately live happier, healthier lives. And isn’t this what we all want for our children?