224 Transcript: Creating an Empowering Mindshift to Transform Emotional Pain Into Joyful Healing

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Welcome to Heal Yourself, Change Your Life. My name is Brandy Gillmore and after recovering from my own life changing injury, it's become my mission to share with others the same discoveries I made. That changed my health and my entire life. Our minds are truly incredible. The placebo is proof of this.

Each week, I will take this simple awareness to a whole new level. I will even coach live callers to free themselves of physical pain using only their mind. And then I'll provide you with a combination of practical and spiritual insights that you can use to master your mind and your energy to help you heal your health, yourself, and your life.

Let's begin.

Hello and welcome. It is so wonderful to connect with you. I just love that you are here, continuing to expand your mind, your energy, your consciousness, your healing. I just love it. And, you know, I always say that I love that. Each episode is so unique, and that is so true for today's episode. It's very unique in multiple ways.

You know, normally The flow for working with people is normally, you know, I'll work with a volunteer who's experiencing pain or depression or stress or illness or some, you know, some type of issue. Then, of course, as I'm working with the person, with the volunteer, I will give insights along the way after the fact, you know, after we have a segment, I'll share those insights.

And today I want to share a few insights. Right here, right up front, just because some things will make even more sense as we dive in, but I do want to give you some information up front. And part of the reason is because as we dive in, our beautiful volunteer, her name is Kristen, she's in tears. You know, she's got a lot of hurt and wounding and and everything else going on.

And what's great is as we start to dive into the session, she's laughing and it gets a lot lighter and sweet and pivotal and insights. And I mean, she's just a beautiful, beautiful being, but she's been through a lot. And so kind of looking at some of those insights as we dive in a few things. So when I worked with her on this session, the entire session was about an hour in length.

And so part of the session, We did last week. So the entire session was about an hour long. And for that reason, I cut it into pieces because by the time it's an hour in length, and then if I add insights, it could become a two hour episode, which is just too long. And so, so I divided it in pieces and the first part was last week.

So in part one. As I started working with Kristen, there were some key things that came up for her that she's been struggling with. You know, first and foremost, she said her mind has just been basically in a very negative place. And no matter what she does, she just can't seem to get out of it. And she's been stuck there.

And so that was one thing that we talked about. And another thing was also that her father. had committed suicide, and so she was also dealing with that and a long history of suicide in her family, et cetera. So there's just a lot of energy around that. And, you know, whether or not you've lost somebody to suicide, there are a lot of insights in this episode on other things, as far as really getting your mind unstuck and stepping into even more positivity and a lot of different.

Insights that can be pivotal. Now, of course it does take follow through. And one of the things that I love, I mentioned, I was going to start with a spoiler alert, and what I love is that after this session, Kristen did start following through and she sent in a message and said, basically in short that.

She's feeling better. And this is the, basically the first time that she has had hope in a very long time. And she can't believe that, you know, and it's a start and she knows it's a start. And, but the feeling is beautiful. And it just really, really, um, it's sweet. And I'll unpack even more of it. That's why I said it's, it's going to make more sense as we dive in, but in short, to be able to go from feeling hopeless and stuck and in tears, and like you can't get out of negativity to being able to access.

Positive feelings, even if it's just a start to be able to start making that shift when you haven't been able to do so for, I think she mentioned, you know, she had been going through her trauma and whatnot for 18 years, but to start making that shift and coming out of that and to start feeling in a new way is just really.

Beautiful. And so some of the insights that you may want to pay attention to as we go through this episode are things like self blame or even insights about how the mind works and can keep you stuck in a certain way of thinking and feeling where there's like a ticker tape, if you will, where the mind.

stays and remains stuck. And so that's another insight that you want to pay attention to as we go through today's episode and also how the subconscious mind works. Because what you'll notice is sometimes we're feeling specific emotions that we may not realize that we're feeling. And yet when we start to become aware of them at a deeper level, that's when it can be pivotal.

And so I know, again, as I mentioned, some of these insights as we go through the episode will make a lot more sense. So again, just keeping those in mind, some things to really focus on and highlight as we dive in with our volunteer. And again, her name is Kristen and she is just a beautiful being, and I have so much compassion for her.

And even more than that I'm impressed with her because she's actually following through and she's creating that shift and she's doing it and she's following through and she's creating that shift. And I just have so much respect for this beautiful woman for that. Just beautiful. And of course, as I mentioned, we're going to dive back into the session.

And as we do, you'll notice. She's in tears for the first few minutes because we had been talking about getting a sense of safety. And by the way, on that note, if you missed last week's episode and safety has been an issue for you, then I definitely recommend going back and listening to that episode just because there are some really important insights on safety in that episode.

And of course, on today's episode, we're going to go ahead and take that forward. To a deeper level. And so that's where we're going as we step in with our beautiful volunteer, Kristen, here we go.

If I asked you, how would that feel in your life moving forward? How pivotal would that be? It would be absolutely amazing. Um, unfortunately, I'm dealing with another crisis, so there is no safety that I'm going to have to look. forward to, to try to convince myself that it will be okay. I have, my mother was, my mother was diagnosed last year.

Now both my parents are young. My father's was 61 when he passed away. Um, my mother is 62 and she was diagnosed with breast cancer last year. and it now has metastasized. So now I'm dealing with, I went straight from constant, I went on a roller coaster with him of the ups and downs and for 18 years I waited for him to die and now I'm doing the same thing with my mother and I can't, I can't see any positive anywhere.

I'm petrified. I understand. I understand. So I hear you, I hear you, but I have a, I have a question. I have a question for you. Yes. Okay. Do you say that there's other people that have lost both their parents? I do. And by the way, what if your mom does make it? You don't know, right? Either way, have other people lost their parents and they've still made it?

Yes. Yes. I'm telling myself that. What's that? I keep telling myself that. Okay, so the problem goes back to this and it goes to learning to find security in life. Does that make sense? So it goes to, so this is the thing, so I have a question for you. When I was injured, and my entire world was falling apart, and I felt like I couldn't get better, and I felt like nobody got me, nobody understood me, and I had no future, what do you think I did for safety?

Well, I don't know. I'm looking for you to tell me, because I need to know. Exactly. So, I'm going to ask you to breathe, but the thing of it is, is that you're looking for all of the answers outside of you. And I did that for a while too. And I didn't feel safe and I felt horrible and I felt a mess and I felt, I mean, just horrible, you know, horrible.

And if you think about it, if I just kept looking outside of myself and outside of myself and outside of myself, I never would have gotten, I never would have changed. Does that make sense? Yes. Yes. So when we stop and look at it and we think about it for a moment, the awareness that all change starts from within.

Now, by the way, I have worked with people who have come out of cults. I've worked with people who have escaped other countries and came to this country knowing nobody, having nobody, who have built their lives up. So the thing of it is, is that you can absolutely do it, but you'd have to change. Yes. And you need to.

Right? You need to. Right? Now, by the way. If I told you that somebody's going through life, going through life, going through life, and they never feel safe, and they never feel safe, and they never feel safe, and they never feel safe. How great is life? Awful. Awful. You know what happens? People get to a point where they don't want to live anymore.

It doesn't feel safe to. No, it's draining. It's constant. It's just constant. Yeah, it is. It is. Now, I have a question for you. Who is my security? Yourself. Myself. Right? Myself. Yes. And in that moment, in my injury, I had to find myself. Nobody could heal me. Yes. Right? So, if I ask you if yourself is the answer, and changing your mindset, and programming yourself, are you willing to do that?

Yes, I am. Great. So, I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. Great. Bingo. Okay. So, uh, can you give me your dad's first initial, please? J. Bingo. Okay. So I know that your conscious mind isn't necessarily going to resonate with this, but there's like a deep inner feeling of feeling like somehow it's your fault.

Can you find that feeling? It's from age. Give me one second. Bingo. Like age 26.

No. Um, I really don't, I don't hold that it's my fault with him. Okay. Give me one. Give me one. Give me one. Go ahead. I saw how much he suffered. Exactly. So.

All right. So let's go ahead and pause it just for a quick moment because I want to provide you with a very important insight. You know, notice for a moment what she just mentioned is she mentioned that when I said that there was a feeling of feeling like it was her fault. Then, she immediately mentioned, well, I don't feel like it's my fault because I saw how bad he suffered.

Now, what I want you to notice from this is this is a key reason that people's mind may be stuck in the negative. And even if you'll recall in the very beginning of her session on part one, she mentioned exactly that. That, uh, Her mind was stuck in this negativity. It's like she couldn't get it unprogrammed from the negative.

It just been stuck in there and there was no way to get it out and unstuck. And this is part of the problem. So there are key insights that we're going to notice, but all of the time what will happen is we may feel a certain way inside. We may feel bad or guilty or whatever it is, and then immediately We link up to justify it.

And what happens is, you know, somebody can feel guilty and they go, well, but, but, you know, and they justify it with something else to try to make it feel better. And it's like a bandaid, if you will. It can make it feel better to an extent, but the problem is. is then it keeps the mind stuck, because let's say that there's an ongoing feeling of guilt, you know, in her case, where there's this ongoing feeling of guilt underneath.

And by the way, just so you know, in, as the episode, as we continue through the session, she sees more and more of it, and more of the guilt, and it's even further ingrained with Her and her brother actually growing up and leaving the house, and so there's, there's more pieces to it that she starts to see even more.

But right now, in this moment. The important piece is that you can see how her mind is working, where, as I mentioned, guilt, her mind says, Oh, well, yes, but I saw how bad he was suffering. Now, the problem is, is that let's say somebody's mind regularly feels bad or guilty at a subconscious level. The problem is, is that the mind has to keep saying, but I saw how bad he suffered.

So in other words, that coping mechanism. if you will, or that band aid, if you will, that's trying to help it feel better, has to stay stuck there. It has to stay stuck. So then what happens is that the brain then gets stuck, in this case, with, I saw how bad he suffered, I saw how bad he suffered, and it becomes consuming of the mind because it has to stay there.

if you will, you know, and kind of another way to say this is let's say you felt guilty for walking on the sidewalk and then the other part of your mind had to say, well, but it's a public sidewalk, but it's a public sidewalk. And so your mind has to keep reminding yourself of that. Of course, in this case, it being a public sidewalk.

isn't a bad feeling, but in her case, where there's any feeling of feeling bad, she's got to keep in the, in her mind, but he suffered, but he suffered. And so there's that feeling that has to stay there. Now, again, there's underlying guilt. There's also other. pieces to the puzzle. So that's where we're going to go.

But the key insight that you'll want to note from this is that we can feel two very different emotions at the same time. We can absolutely love somebody and we can feel resentful towards them or hate them at the same time or be angry with them and still love them. And so the point being is that just because we have one emotion doesn't mean we can't have another.

We can, again, absolutely love somebody. And we can feel hurt, or upset, or angry at them at the same time. And so what happens is that emotions don't cancel each other out. So if somebody feels guilty about something, and then they say, Well, you know, I saw how bad he suffered. They don't cancel each other out.

Instead, they continue to trigger each other. Because one is felt, and then the other one's got to be felt. And then one is felt, and then the other one's got to be felt. And then one is felt, and the You can see my point. It gets stuck. in programming. And then we feel like because the mind is triggering itself that you can't get out of it.

And that's exactly the point. Because again, there are just key things that the mind does that it's programmed that it can't get out of. And so breaking free from these patterns is key to be able to creating a radical shift in your mind, in your happiness, in your health, in your life. And so that said, again, taking it to the next level.

Let's go ahead and dive back in with beautiful Kristin. Here we go.

This is the thing. Would you say the mind is logical? It is. Yeah. It could be , it could be, and then also it cannot be right? Yes. Yes. So I wanna look at the part that is not logical. Okay. Um, bingo. So, so without rationalizing Mm-Hmm. , if I ask you, do you feel like your 26-year-old self ever blamed yourself for this?

Um.

Not really. Okay, give me one second. Bingo. How close were you and your dad growing up? Very close. And bingo. And did you move away? Um, well, I didn't move. No, I didn't move away, away. But, um, you know, I moved out. Uh, I had to always be on my own growing up. I mean, I, that's a whole nother story in itself. I was very independent on my own.

Okay. And if I ask you, so, uh, you were independent on your own, but you kind of wanted to leave the coop. Is that correct? Yeah. What's that? Yes. Mm hmm. Yep. So, bingo. If I ask you how much there's a part of you who feels guilty about that, about wanting to leave them, what would you say? Um, I don't know. So That's what I see it related to.

It's like a feeling of feeling guilty for wanting to grow up and do your own thing and wanting to grow up and, and leave them, and feeling like it's simultaneously, like that's what you wanted for you and wanted to get away, and then you also feel like it was guilty. Feel guilty and bad for wanting to do that.

That's the the feeling that I'm seeing. Are you familiar with that? Feeling A little bit. I mean, I wouldn't, I definitely didn't harp on those feelings, um, cause I just knew what I needed to do and Okay, so watch this. Okay, so if I ask you, do you remember feeling that way of feeling like, oh, well, here I am leaving them and it's kind of my fault, my dad's upset and blah, blah, blah.

Do you remember feeling those in the past? No, however, I do, I feel, actually, I can't say no because I sometimes feel like that was a big part of what happened with my father was once we grew up, me, my brother and I, he didn't know what to do with himself. Bingo. Okay. Exactly. Yeah. Okay. So, and, okay. So I love your awareness.

I love your awareness. Now obviously it would have made the most sense for you to just not grow up, right? Right.

Okay. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And exactly. So what I want you to notice, by the way, even as you just said that and acknowledge that, if I ask you how much, did you notice a shift in your energy? Yeah. Yes. A little bit or a lot. No. A lot. And this happens to me a lot, but Yep. So, so I want you to address this for a moment.

So it happens a lot. Exactly. Like honestly, as you just said and acknowledged exactly that of feeling like, yeah, I feel like as we grew up, he didn't know what to do with himself. Mm-Hmm. . Yeah. Yes. So I would say this is sitting in your subconscious mind, and this feels like the seed of your mind that's blaming self, while the other side logically knows that you did everything you could, and you shouldn't have to deal with this, and that you did everything you could.

But you can't control another person, okay? What's that? I said, no, I cannot. You cannot, right? You cannot control another person. So it's funny. I actually had a similar conversation the other day and it's kind of like this. Imagine if somebody goes to park on your street, right? And you ask them not to park there.

And so they then go take their car and they drive it off of a cliff. Is that a reasonable response? Yeah. Oh! No! For the person, Park, I thought I was ahead of you. Sorry. My own thoughts. You were going to ask me, do I feel guilty for that? And I Yeah! Wait a second. Wait a second. Bingo! Yeah. Exactly. How Let's go there.

How much would you feel guilty about that? Yeah. I would feel I would. Exactly. Now think about that for a moment. Is that a rational response? How much? No, they shouldn't go drive off a cliff because I told them not to park there. That's an irrational response, right? If you tell somebody not to park there and they say, fine, and then they go drive their car off a cliff, it's like, wait a second here.

This is not a rational response, right? And you can't control their actions. Right? So I'm going to ask you to breathe. Mm hmm. And if I ask you how that feels when you take in the awareness that it's not a rational response, you shouldn't feel guilty, and you can't control their actions, how does that feel to you?

Wonderful. Wonderful. If I ask you just for a moment to breathe and take that in. Mm hmm. And if I ask you how much that feels like the gray cloud wants to lift out of your head, how much would you say that is? Yeah, uh, do you mean How much better that makes you feel? What would you say? Uh, freeing. Freeing.

Right? So this is the thing that I want to point out real quick, okay? The mind works a lot different than most people think. So our minds Do what they're programmed to do. So if we're really, really, really, really, have you ever done this before where you're really, really in love with somebody and you just can't stop thinking about the person.

Uh huh. And have you ever been really pissed off that you mind you, maybe you had an argument and your mind keeps going back to it and keeps going back to it. Right. You've done that before. Yes. Yes. Okay. So our minds, based on programming, based on subconscious emotions, get stuck in like a ticker tape. And when we have deeper programming, it's like, it feels impossible to get it unstuck.

And we could argue with it. Just like if you, if you've ever, have you ever done this before? We have an argument with somebody and your mind keeps going back to it and keeps going back to it. And you tell yourself, let it go, let it go. And your mind, it's like the next minute you still find your mind keeps going back to that Yes.

Yes. Okay. So the thing of it is, is when you really address what's going on and resolve it at a deeper level, that's when the pivot, that's when it becomes pivotal. Mm hmm. How do I do that? Yep. And that's where we're going is that I know that your mind feels like there. So there's, there's the fear, there's the, uh, you know, being like, you know, all of these things.

Okay. So that's one thing. But the other thing is, is this, is watch this. If I feel like I did something bad and I feel like something horrible is my fault, how much do I feel like I deserve punishment? So, yes. Okay. So then what happens? Is then the other part of my brain wants to keep punishing me. And now that saying it's all your fault, like blah, blah, blah.

Like, so there's a punishment. There's a negative energy. This bad thing could happen. This bad thing could happen. So it's kind of like this. If you're stuck in argument mode on something about an argument, then what happens? It's like after the argument ends. Hours later, maybe you're still going, I should have said this and I should have said, and I can't believe they said that.

And so it's like, you're still having the argument in your head, if you will. That makes sense. Yes. Okay. So if you feel like you've done something bad, a lot of times your brain says, okay, well, that bad thing could happen and that bad thing and that bad thing. So it's like your brain is wanting to punish you because you feel like that's what you're guilty, you're bad, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.

Does that make sense? Yes. Yes. Okay. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. Now. I love that. When I asked you the question about parking, you answered it with guilt because that is what they might call a Freudian slip where the subconscious thoughts in your minds slipped out to help you. Does that make sense?

Yeah. Yes. So that's exactly what we've been dancing around and you could see in that very moment, you're like, yes. Feeling guilty. Yes. Okay. So the thing of it is, is that there, there, when I look at your mindset, I see that there are a couple of things that are very true. Number one, I would say that you've really got to resolve this inside your mind of not feeling like it's your fault.

I mean, obviously you should have just not grown up. That's the logical answer that makes no sense at all. I wish I didn't have to grow up. But if you knew life was going to get better and better and better and better, would you be glad that you grew up? Oh my god, yes. I was looking forward to that. That's what I was looking forward to when he passed away.

That is what is happening now, because now I'm not getting, I don't have that coming. Okay. So.

All right. So let's go ahead and pause it just for a quick moment. You know, first and foremost, I just, I love her laugh. I love her awareness. I love her desire. for a better life and to be happy and kind of just the point of pausing it is that I wanted to remind you about a previous part in the session last week where she had mentioned that her father had been trying to kill himself for a very long period of time for something like 18 years and that he had been in and out of the hospital and on life support so many times and that he was suffering and that there was a part of her that just felt, you know, in the past that Then she could live her life and finally get back to happiness and live her life to its fullest.

So she felt like, you know, her father passing would at least bring some type of peace to the situation. So that she could move on with her life. Now, of course, the problem is, is that she mentioned in the very beginning, is that then shortly after that, her mother was then diagnosed with cancer, and now there's been this feeling of feeling like she's gonna die.

And my point in bringing this up is this. As you'll see as we dive in even deeper, she has a pattern connected to this around death that even started in her childhood. And so that's coming up, but my point in mentioning it is, likely you may not have this particular pattern, but my point that I want to emphasize is that all of the time people are waiting for some type of event to take place that is supposed to be pivotal, and then then the pattern can show up somewhere else.

So it's like it, you get rid of the pattern from one area and suddenly it pops its head up somewhere else. And then you try to change that and then suddenly it pops its head up somewhere else. And so what can happen in life is then we can start to have feelings of just feeling defeated, of feeling like, gosh, I've tried to do this, but it didn't work.

And then I tried to do this and it didn't work. And the pattern keeps continuing. And so my point being. is that if you have in your life felt defeated or frustrated or even a feeling of feeling that there's no point in trying because why keep trying? Something's just going to go wrong. Now, of course, I'm not saying that something's going to just go wrong.

What I'm saying is Is it that's how these unconscious subconscious patterns can make us feel because they're running at a subconscious level and we don't even know that they're there and then we get stuck in the hurt or the fear or the Frustration of it and it feels like we can't escape and I get there I've been you know, my own injury and I was not in a good place and so creating that shift on the inside is of course pivotal to be able to Get out of these stuck patterns.

And so I share that just because if you are somebody who has been stuck without hope and feeling frustrated and feeling like what's the point or defeated or whatnot, that. We really can make a change, but it does take real change. It does really take learning how to reprogram our minds to work in a radically different way.

So, food for thought on that, and let's go ahead and dive back in with our beautiful volunteer, Kristen. Here we go.

So the thing of it is, is that healing yourself, and this is what would be great, healing yourself from this. And also, Seeing if your mom is willing to look outside of the box. I have seen people heal from all kinds of things. So, having hope, having belief in her and seeing what she can do. Because again, I have seen people heal from all kinds of things.

So, so, sorry. Uh, give me one second. Let me see. It's, um, it's you being, it's me first real quick. Sorry. Hold on. I had to check. I was like, wait, uh, so I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe and just hold that thought for a moment, but I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And I would say, number one, if you knew for sure that things would get better and better and better, if you knew that for sure, and you also could, could realize that maybe you weren't perfect.

I don't know about you, but I'm, I'm not perfect. I've made mistakes, but that doesn't mean even if you ever had an argument with him, this, like his. response to it and reaction to what not this that the other is not rational and that you can't control his thoughts, his actions, his behavior. Does that make sense?

Alright. So let's go ahead and pause it because there are some key insights that I want to share with you. And first and foremost, before we do, you know, about a minute ago, 30 seconds ago, we both went to go speak at the same time and I said, is that you? Is it me? And so if that was confusing at all, my apologies, but basically, you know, of course, as you hear me work with people, there's times that I interrupt or there's times that I listen and there's a.

Combination. And it really depends on what's happening at what time. And so in that moment I did, there was an interrupt. I was like, wait a second, is it you that needs to speak or is it me right now? And I said, nope, it's me first. And of course that's because I want to take her mind where I needed to go to help her to get results.

And so either way, so point being is if that was confusing at all, that is what I was doing and that's why I said, is it you? Is it me? Is, you're just hearing my thought process aloud as I was looking at. Navigating, you know, which, which way to go moving forward to help her to get the results where she needs to go to create that shift.

So anyway, so moving on, the key insights that I want to share with you is first and foremost, the feeling of blaming self. For anything isn't helpful. I mean, the truth of it is we've all made mistakes. I've made mistakes. You've made mistakes. We've all made mistakes. And that's the reality of life. And if our brains work in a way where we're constantly berating ourselves or feeling bad about mistakes, then it's going to be a hard life, you know, because when we're carrying all that weight with us in our subconscious minds, it's going to be.

Heavy. You know, if you think about it for a moment, when we're babies and we're learning how to walk, what do we do? You know, we go to learn how to walk and we take a couple steps or we learn to stand and then we fall down and we get back up and we fall down and we get back up and what does our brain, our brain remembers?

the wins, like how to do it. Our brain remembers what works and then whatever doesn't, it lets it go. And that's really how our brains should work, you know, in the bigger picture of life. And even if we take another example, and you think about a young child who's learning how to read and they're sounding out words, what happens?

Well, the brain forgets and lets go of the things that doesn't work and holds onto the things that do work. So the successes. So then as you sound out the words as a kid, before you know it, you learn the word, your mind holds onto that and you continue to grow and learn. And so you want to apply that same awareness in life that, yep, we make mistakes in relationships or life or whatever else.

We all have made mistakes and we let them go and learn from them and move on. You know, we can't let them bog us down. And so that is one key insight you want to make sure to keep in mind, because if you're feeling heavy from past problems and et cetera, that can definitely impact your health. So that's one insight.

Now the other insight that I want to really bring into your awareness is this, is that, you know, we cannot be responsible for other people's actions. There's just And, you know, as much as we want to be with people in a relationship or love people or connect with parents, friends, spouses, whomever it is, but at the end of the day, we can't feel responsible for another person's actions.

It's just impossible because it doesn't, we can't. And so if there's a part of you who has felt guilty in the past for a relationship or whatnot or somebody else's actions, I want to invite you to let that go as well, because it really can block you from bringing even more of the positive in. So, you know, all the time we hear things like, well, think positive, bring happiness or positivity into your mind.

But the truth of it is, is there are certain things that can actually block you from bringing in the positivity, and this is one of those things, and it can make it more challenging. And so that's another key insight that I want to share with you from this episode. And I want to give you time to digest the insights from this episode.

And so what we're going to do is I'll go ahead and continue with the last part of Kristen's session next week. So we're going to go into a part three on this particular session and just a short segment left, but very powerful insights from that episode as well. So we're going to continue that next week.

Take time to just digest the insights. From this episode, you know, the awareness of hope or breaking through to the next level or, you know, getting out of your funk or being willing to, or even not blaming yourself for others actions or whatever that is for you. But I want to invite you to see how you can apply this to your life to improve your life, your health, your happiness, all of that.

And I want to ask you, as always, please do make a point to hit the share button on this episode. You know, share it with somebody you love, somebody you care about, or somebody you don't even know, because the more happy and healthy and loving and loved that every single person is in our world, the better this world is for all of us.

And so please do hit the share button, and please do make a point to have an incredible, wonderful rest of your day. And I look forward to connecting with you on the next episode. We'll see you there.

Thank you for listening to Heal Yourself, Change Your Life. All of the time, people reach out and say how much these episodes have given them hope or touch their heart or help them stay positive in hard times, or even woken them up to a completely new level of awareness. Of how amazing we all really are.

If today's episode touched your heart or expanded your mind in any way, please do me a favor and be sure to share it with those you care about or those, you know, who really need it. As more and more people become empowered, it really will change our world for the better. That is the point and the power of these demonstrations is to create a radical shift in our world consciousness by showing everyone.

What we are all capable of, and of course, each volunteer will really need to follow through to reinforce their programming to maintain their results. But the point is for you to see that you really can create rapid results in your health and your life. If you really understand how to use your mind, you're incredible.

And I do want to be clear though, that most people will not get results this fast on their own. I make it look very easy because of the discoveries that I made. You'll want to remember that there's so much more going on in our minds at a deeper level than people realize. That said, if you want to send me any questions or comments, come visit me on my website at brandygillmore.

com slash podcast. And if you're currently experiencing physical pain and would like to be a volunteer on the show, you can sign up there as well. Lastly Please remember, if you do have any health issues, you won't want to avoid your doctors. Instead, you'll want to continue seeing them and make it your goal to blow their minds with what you're capable of with your mind.

Thank you.

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