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MATRIX RE-IMPRINTING AND TRANSFORMING THE MEANINGS WE ASSIGN TO OUR EXPERIENCES


I have trained and am qualified in various techniques which I use in my wellness coaching and the beauty of having these is that we can use different things to really get to the bottom of different issues. One of these techniques is something called Matrix Re-imprinting.


I work with clients on this whilst in hypnosis, although this is not necessary, I find it works even better this way so the client are relaxed and can safely recall negative memories. With Matrix Re-imprinting we don’t deny what happened but we can transform the memory by changing the belief formed at that time. The client is able to say and do what they wished they’d said and done, bring in help and new resources and so transform the picture they hold about that memory.


I know it sounds a little strange but in Matrix Reimprinting we see these past negative memories as being held as pictures or holograms in your body-field. Until you transform them you keep tuning into them on a subconscious level and they affect your health, your wellbeing and your point of attraction. How we attach meaning to events in our lives has a large influence on the quality of our life and I came across this article this morning on exactly this and although it is not about changing the negative beliefs we have already formed, it gives some pointers about how we can view future events that we could perceive as negative. So thought I'd share:


The meaning we assign to our experiences - whether pleasant or distressing, is a very powerful factor in determining the quality of our lives. What we imagine events to mean will colour the way we feel about ourselves, about the people in our lives and about the world at large. If we want to encourage a positive outlook, well-being, and a sense of self-confidence and even trust in the universe, we can begin by assigning more peaceful, loving meanings to what we experience.


Imagine, for example, that a friend fails to show up to a lunch date. You have choices as to what you will make this experience mean for you. You could allow being "stood up" to reinforce your feelings of unworthiness, you could begin to mentally attack your friend's character, or you could assume that something big must have happened to cause them to miss the date -- then, you might open yourself up to enjoying some relaxing time alone.


If you were recently lost your job and are having difficulty finding a new one, consider that you might have hidden gifts or passions that were untapped in your regular career that you are now available to explore. The universe might simply be moving you in a more fulfilling direction. If you have recently lost a loved one, gained weight, lost money, or got into an argument with your partner, see if you can infuse the experience with meaning that feels loving and empowering and opens a door for you to embrace life and the world a little bit more.


When we begin to bring consciousness to what we are making things mean, we may be shocked at the messages we have been feeding ourselves all these years. Try taking the reins and start to assign a kinder meanings to the events in your life and you will likely find yourself on a much more pleasant ride.

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