"According to all known laws of aviation, there is no way that a bee should be able to fly. Its wings are too small to get its fat little body off the ground. The bee, of course, flies away anyway. Because bees don't care what humans think is possible" 1


Believe: The Body/Mind Connection

According to conventional medicine, the ‘placebo’ effect is a harmless treatment, sometimes ‘a sugar pill’ and is often used in scientific studies for people suffering from a wide assortment of ailments.  Double blind drug studies usually have one half of the participants taking placebos, while the other half of the patients take a real drug or receive a real medical treatment.  Patients taking or receiving the placebos often show improvement when they ‘believe’ they are taking medication or receiving an actual treatment. The effectiveness of placebos in treatment is attributed to the mind believing that the medications and treatments are real and that they will make the body better. The placebo effect is consider a quack - 'a fraudulent or ignorant pretender to medical skill' by some parties.

Are your belief's, what you or your subconscious mind (exiting in the part of the mind that a person is not aware of) believe is possible in terms of your well-being limiting maximum rejuvenation and optimum health interfering with complete recovery? Your body listens to what your brain tells it. It also listens to your subconscious mind (exiting in the part of the mind that a person is not aware of) - which may have some altered beliefs due to illness or trauma. Are the messages that you and the media are giving your brain and those that are being used by your subconscious mind; limiting how far your brain and body can take your healing? You may need to rewrite your definition of what is possible in terms of becoming well; so that your brain and body are on the same page. This may require a paradigm shift. You may need to reprogram the altered belief data in your subconscious mind - so that your body stops tapping in to it and causing 'skewed', abnormal or unwanted symptom responses.

"I Believe" is the song sung by Canadian jazz-pop singer Nikki Yanofsky as the official promotional song for both the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, and the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. If belief that ‘more is possible’ can help an athlete achieve previously unmet goals; the same powerful mind/body healing tool can be the answer to the much sought after cure for whatever ‘ails you’.

Stay focused on your well-being goals. Olympic athletes enlist the expertise of a qualified coach to achieve their goals. You mind and body deserve the same! Let us help you achieve your well-being goals.



[1] http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Bee_Movie,







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