A practical approach to My Resolve Beyond Neurology
My Resolve Beyond Neurology uses a practical approach to resolving conflicts that can affect your innate systems and is a three-part positive feedback system. These innate systems I am talking about include but are not limited to; breathing, physical movement, thought processes, emotional stress resolution and so on.
The 3 part positive feedback system mentioned above takes the guesswork out of determining firstly what the real problem that ails us is, secondly, confirms the treatment and thirdly it validates the expected result of the treatment.
Resolve Beyond Neurology System training helps find the conflict(s) in neurology. The system is simply part of my "Resolve Toolkit" which was (and still is) developed and taught by me as part of my Resolve beyond neurology training program.
The way a person recovers from an injury, or a conflict, or some emotional stress should be a non-event in one’s life. In other words, getting better should be automatic response in the right way, just like when you cut finger slightly, it mends itself by itself. It would be awesome if other traumas in life like, emotional stress, physical injuries and conflicts resolved themselves by themselves in the same way.
However, during the healing process, if these emotional stresses, injuries and conflicts are putting some unwanted negative stimulus in our life, then this influence may begin running or at least supplying a strong influence over our innate system.
So instead of oneself being in control of our lives, a vicious cycle starts and then perpetuates itself with results in often increasing our symptoms and our illness. So you limp continues or your shoulder continues aching and we seem powerless to erase or correct this ongoing situation.
So how in reality does this happen? Now each muscle and nerve in our body ultimately connects to our brain through our internal electrical and nervous systems. The pain sensors trigger and begin possibly influencing our behaviours, our structure and our emotions. This then could possibly be causing many undesired influence on our daily life in a negative way.
The way we learnt to walk, run, play sport and so on is because our brain is constantly running "programs", signalling our muscles to do these things. Different "programs" run causing different movements that we want to make. These programs are very sophisticated enabling us when we walk for example, to also see, hear, keep our balance, talk laugh and so on.
Let me finish this article aby way of an example of conflict resolution and how using my Resolve Beyond Neurology can help.
Conflict Resolution Example: You see a person who should be doing say accountancy in life, it’s what he is most suited to as all the tests he did at school to determine a possible career path showed he would be a great accountant.
But he is doing a plumbers job. You say “why aren’t you doing accountancy”. He says, “Because my father said I’d never be any good as an accountant” — And he believed his father and not the school career tests he did! He now “the plumber” has an instant conflict that perhaps could go on for all his life, and this could make him ill.
Using the Beyond Neurology approach in client care can highlight how these conflicts can happen. We need to be aware and look for these conflicts and refocus to find the best solution.
Conflict Example: A person having trouble learning — shows they have had a conflict between what they want to learn and what they have had to learn. A person’s truth is always with them. We can’t teach them their own truth only they can do that.
But what is it that is stopping them from discovering and expressing their own truth? These obstacles are often unknown by the subconscious and using methods and techniques outlined in my Resolve Beyond neurology Training Classes we can identify not only the mechanisms of the compensation patterns, but the context and the values that they are trying to live out and what is we do when we work with clients is helping them to get back to normal. Most important not what we as practitioners “think is normal” but acceptance by the client of normal for them and their conflict resolution.
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Article by Val Walters