For the first six years of life, children function in a hypnotic brainwave state. This is known as the theta wave frequency and it may account for your emotional and behavioral patterns.
Parents often compare their child’s brain to a sponge — soaking up all kinds of information. At this stage of development, the brain works in a frenzied rush to gather knowledge, a far cry from adult brains which work in a tranquil state. But how does this difference in brain activity influence our behavior?
In the theta brain wave state, all forms of information that entered your life during those first six years, whether it was love, fear, abuse, bullying, embarrassment, or security was amplified, unfiltered and sent to your subconscious mind.
As you can see, the subconscious plays a bigger part in our lives than previously imagined. That’s why so many people just like you are searching for answers and why psychotherapists like us are eager to provide solutions.
And rather than blame that schoolyard bully or your parents for their offenses, check out our Soul Happy TechniqueTM to curb those latent subconscious memories.
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