Science, Research and PSYCH-K™
The ‘secret to life’ is BELIEF. Rather than genes, it is our beliefs that control our lives. PSYCH-KTM is a set of simple, self-empowering processes to change your beliefs and perceptions that impact your life at a cellular level.
Science has now proved that our beliefs, not our genes, determine 95% of our decision-making and therefore outcomes. Most of these beliefs reside in our sub-conscious and make up our hardwired, automatic and habitual programming.
The majority of these beliefs are installed, courtesy of our environment, before 6 years old years old, with many of them no longer serving us and being self-limiting.
Now for the very first time, with PSYCH-KTM, everyone has the ability to short cut the change process and replace self-limiting subconscious beliefs, quickly and easily, with powerful self supporting beliefs with long lasting change.”
By Bruce H. Lipton Ph.D. – Introducing Epigenetics and Author of The Biology of Belief, Spontaneous Evolution and The Honeymoon Effect
Research – PSYCH-K™
The following three research papers were published in peer reviewed publications, based on QEEG/brainmapping research done by Jeffrey L. Fannin, Ph.D., Director of the Center for Cognitive Enhancement, in Glendale, AZ. Rob Williams, Originator of PSYCH-K, co-authored the papers with Dr. Fannin.
The research clearly demonstrates the value of what the authors call, the Whole-Brain State, and its role in the evolution of human consciousness. The research shows that this bilateral, symmetrical brain wave pattern is created by using PSYCH-K. Its benefits are enumerated in the research papers themselves. The papers where published in three different publications, spanning three different disciplines, i.e., neuroscience, psychotherapy, and business. The fact that the same research was accepted by such a diverse cross section of publications is evidence of the widespread applications and implications of PSYCH-K.
Published in CQ: CAPA Quarterly [Counseling and Psychotherapy Association of New South Wales, August 2012]
Published in NeuroConnections [Neuroscience Newsletter, Fall 2011]
Published in the International Journal of Management and Business [August 2012]
Note: In this paper, the name PER-K is used instead of PSYCH-K. PER-K is the business version of PSYCH-K. The belief change processes of both PSYCH-K and PER-K are exactly the same, creating the same research outcomes.
Source: PSYCH-K Centre International.