232 Transcript: Feeling “Not Good Enough” – Creating Confidence & Self-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 I just love today's episode. You know, each episode just has its own unique twists or insights that can be really, really helpful.

and helping you gain even more clarity about self healing and the power of the mind. And not only that, but our volunteer today, she just has amazing self awareness. And some of the things that I love are this is that you'll notice in relationships. So some things that come up have to do with relationships and creating a shift in feeling safe in relationships, feeling loved, feeling secure in relationships.

So there's some insights on that note. Also. What's profound is this, is a lot of times people will think when it comes to mind, body healing, that there's some type of trauma that is triggering them. And the interesting thing that you'll see is that as we're going through today's session, you'll notice that something that was really fantastic actually triggered her Because of unconscious emotions.

And so what I love is just the awareness and also understanding just how counterintuitive the mind can be. Because of course, the more we understand how counterintuitive it is, the more we can also succeed at getting incredible results. And so that's what I also really love about today's episode because, you know, results, that is the most important thing.

As I was going through my injury, that's all I wanted was results. And so the more I understood how the mind worked, the easier it was to really implement, to change mindset, emotions, and energy. And you know, a lot of people, I love it. They're reaching out, they've read my book now and they're going, you know, they're having the same.

type of response that I had in going through my injury where I started really understanding that energy exists and it's not just a woo woo concept, but there is scientific research on energy of the body. And I think that is profound also just knowing even having the actual awareness that it is scientifically proven that there is a correlation between our thoughts and emotions.

The energy of the body and not just scientifically proven, but it's also in a database that's, you know, maintained under the NASA agreement. And so you can see that there is advanced research. that really does pick up on this energy of the body and just how incredible our own minds really are. And so I just, I love to geek out on that stuff a bit, but coming back to simplicity, just saying our thoughts and our emotions create a radical change in the way we feel, and we know that.

And our beautiful volunteer does a really fantastic job at creating a shift in her own life. And so that said, let's go ahead and dive in with Demi. Here we go.

Hello. Hey, there we go. Hello. It is so wonderful to connect with you. Yes, likewise. Likewise. It's wonderful to connect with you. And how can I help you out today, beautiful? Um, I'm a little bit nervous for today, but I'm really thankful to be in your podcast. Um, I experienced an overactive nervous system.

That means physically I feel tension running through my body. Like shoulders and tense jaw. Um, my hands often form fists while there's actually no danger at all. I also feel my pelvic area is tense. Um, I had a surgery when I was a child and my knee hurts still a little bit because of that surgery. Um, I'm not using my body at this moment because I'm, uh, I'm taking a sabbatical this year.

I sold my business last year and this year is a year of rest. Um, but sometimes I can't even handle the children's crying and I'm hearing my earplugs because I really feel it's like they are scratching me. That's the right word. So that I feel the, the, the crying really hard in my, in my body. And emotionally, I'm super alert and highly sensitive and I feel responsible for other people's happiness.

I tend to fix other people, often also my hobby. Okay. Um, while I really love him and he doesn't have to change at all, but I, the thing, the, the feeling, uh, underneath is that, uh, um, I actually help them actually for my own sake because I don't want them to leave me, but also I don't want them to leave life.

Okay. So you don't want them to leave you and you don't want them to leave life. Yes, and so what I mean with that is whenever he struggles with frustrations or I tend to, um, to help him, but I also, I, I actually don't allow him to have those feelings because I'm just afraid that if he feels negatively or frustrated or unhappy, leave me or our family, we have two children, or that he leaves life, that he thinks, um, I'm done with it.

All right, so let's go ahead and pause it just for a quick moment. You know, first and foremost, I just love her self awareness. Just beautiful. And I also love her accent. Beautiful also. And just to clarify just a little bit of the English there for a moment. She said, you know, she wants to try to fix everything for her husband because she's afraid that if he's upset and if he doesn't like it, he'll just want to be done with life or even leave the relationship.

And so, What's beautiful is I love her awareness also that she said she's just trying to fix everything and fix everything, but not because he's wrong or to criticize him or do it like she's trying to fix everything for everyone to just try to make it perfect so they don't have to experience negative emotions.

So she's trying to be thoughtful. And, of course, that's a lot of work and effort, and also, of course, an underlying fear of abandonment in a variety of different ways, you know, that, oh, he'll leave or he'll want to leave life, you know. And so, noticing that and also something to kind of point out is this, is that a lot of times people may think, You know, if somebody is trying to fix everything, maybe it's critical or maybe it's because they're not happy or they just feel like they need to do for everybody or people please or whatnot.

And notice for a moment that there's that strong feeling of actually fear of abandonment. And the reason that I say that is because sometimes people will say with a pattern of like people pleasing. they might say, Oh, well, I'm just not going to people please anymore. And they don't realize that there is an also, there's also an underlying fear of abandonment or pattern of abandonment underneath.

And so noticing for a moment that really what we're looking at is is that pattern and so noticing for a moment what we're looking at is that pattern and it's not just about changing the pattern, that emotional pattern itself, but there are also some physical actions that are going to be important to genuinely transform that.

And so that's where we're going as we step back in with beautiful Demi. Here we go.

Okay, so if I ask you zero to 10, how much? You find the feeling of fear of abandonment in your nervous system. Zero to 10, what would you say? Um, okay. And if I ask you your level of stress or tension, uh, in your nervous system, like how much do you feel like your, your nervous system is hyperactive or oversensitive right now?

At this moment? Now? It's quite high. Um, a nine. Okay. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. Now, if you knew for sure If you knew for sure that your husband was not going to leave, how would you feel over the next week? Good. I would feel relieved. Okay. So, how would you real feel right now?

How would you feel right now if you knew for sure? Yeah, for sure. He would never leave me. I would be really happy. Okay. So, I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe, and I'm going to ask you to picture yourself five years from now, ten years from now. And picturing you guys, you guys 15 years from now, happily, happily married.

If I ask you the level of stress right now in your nervous system, what would you say? So high, but um, a little less. What level would you say? Yeah, seven, I guess. That's what I would have said, six, seven. So come down some. Okay. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. Okay. There is like a feeling inside of you, like a feeling of feeling like you feel like you deserve for him to leave.

Do you know why that is? I thought I would deserve it for him to leave. Like a feeling, um, let me put it in another way. If I ask you, can you find the feeling of feeling like you're not good enough for him? Yes, absolutely. Okay, zero to ten, how much? It differs a little bit, but in an average, I often like seven.

Yeah. Seven. Yes, because he's made from better material than you, right? No.

What do you mean? No. University. No. We're going to make him from premium people and you are secondary parts. No, no. No, okay. No, absolutely not. Okay, just checking. Oh, lovely. No. The same material, for sure. Okay. So, so, wait a second. How are you not good enough, exactly? Yeah, sometimes it's that feeling just, um, that's right.

You're not very smart. Anxiety. You're not. No, I am. Well, no, I am. I know, but I'm just trying to. How could you know me already? I am. I am.

Okay, so I'm going to ask you to go ahead and bring in the feeling that you're not good enough. This is obviously true. It's because you're not smart. No, wait a second. You're smart. It's because you're made of lesser parts. No, actually you're made from the same material. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe.

Are you sure that you're not good enough for him? I mean, I'm just, I'm, I'm having a hard time really following the logic here. And you're a very smart woman. No. Yeah. What? Okay. Yeah, you're right. I'm not sure, actually. No. It doesn't actually make any sense at all, but I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe.

If you put it like that, it really sounds really silly. It does really sound kind of silly, doesn't it? Oh my goodness, I really feel laughter coming off it. Oh, okay. Yes. Oh, there's so much tension. I'm having tears in my eyes because I have to laugh.

I like tears in your eyes because you have to laugh. That's a good thing. Okay. Tension is coming out of my body. That's good. Uh huh. And notice, notice the tears of laughter and also the tears of relief. Yeah. Exactly. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. And I want you to notice your level in your nervous system.

Zero to ten, what's your level in your nervous system? Okay, I'll be four and a half, four and a half, five. Okay, so four and a half, five. Okay, so I'm gonna ask you just for a moment to breathe. Okay, and now we're gonna shift gears, okay? Can you give me his first initial, please? An L. Okay, and can you give me your mom's first initial, please?

A C. Bingo. Okay, and so I'm gonna ask you just for a moment to breathe. Bingo. And if I ask you 0 to 10, how much you felt like your mother was critical of you, 0 to 10, what would you say?

Um, 8, 9. Mm hmm. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe, and notice it's because you're made of a lesser material. You're not made for real people parts. You're funny. Okay, so I'm going to ask you to breathe, and I want you to think about how mean your mom is. Now, zero to ten, how much would you say she's a mean person?

No, she's not a mean person. She's not, is she? No. Huh. No. I want you to think about how often she makes fun of other people. Fun of other people, um That's not really a thing. Yeah. No, that's not really a thing. No. So let me ask you. Are you sure she was critical of you or was she trying to help but maybe it just didn't always sound like help or feel like help?

Exactly. I was about to give some explanation. Yes, she has been critical and she still is a little bit critical in a way to, when I was a child, to get the best out of me, to make sure that I had a good future. Um, but I also see her, um, longing for being perfect in a, in, um, in a way. I see that in the way she's organizing her life and the decisions she makes in her life.

But also the way that has been reflecting to me during my childhood. Okay. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And I want you to take in the awareness that clearly this means you're not good enough, obviously. Now look at your life. Look at yourself. You're beautiful inside and out.

You're a great person. You're smart. You're caring. I'm still not understanding why you're not good enough. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. Okay. And now we can both agree that it doesn't necessarily make any sense, and even with your mom, that she strives for perfection, and she's also a great person, right?

Exactly. And you see that she's not mean to people, and you see that she's not making fun of people, and you see that she's just trying to be helpful. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. And I'm going to ask you, what if you don't take it personally? Yes. I mean, or we could try to change her. We could spend this time trying to change her.

No, that's not up to us, right? I mean, that is not. So, or we could do something a lot easier and change you and say, oh, okay, well, I'm just going to understand that she's trying to be helpful and she's a perfectionist. And I don't have to take everything to heart, and that's okay. And I could kindly say, thanks for the advice, but no thanks, mom, or, you know, and then so I'm going to ask you to breathe, and I want you to think about that.

So either we sit here and we try to change her, we don't change her, and we still feel like it's extremely critical. Or we just look at her in a different way and say, okay, well, she has good intentions. She's not trying to be mean. She's not trying to be cruel. And maybe we don't always agree with everything she says.

And that's okay. We just like, I mean, the truth of it is, is what's fascinating is, is, and I'm not saying your mother's right or wrong, but what's fascinating is you see people giving advice all the time about all kinds of things, even if they don't know how to do it. People read things on the internet and then give advice, right?

Yes, yes, I agree. Yes, I mean, I can't tell you. Kindly said, very, very, very kindly said how often I've seen people who are very, very, very, very sick giving others information on how to heal. And it's like, but, but, but are you sure you know? And, and, and, kindly, kindly, kindly. It's just, there's a deeper sense of knowing.

There's a deeper sense of awareness. There's my pointage. And, and that people may think they know sometimes, but they don't necessarily know. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And that you can take, even though she's your mom, you could filter. Does this make sense? Does it not make sense?

Does it make sense? Does it not make sense? And some of the things she may know and some of the things she may not. So my point is, what if you have a knowing? inside of you. What if you could, so I'm gonna ask you to breathe. What if you can trust your own opinion? What if you can trust your own opinion? I can.

I'm gonna ask you to breathe. If you can trust your own opinion, if I ask you how your nervous system feels right now? It's less, but it's still a little bit tensioned, like a 2. Okay, like a 2. Now, if I ask you 0 to 10, how much you can find the feeling of feeling like, like you can't always trust your own, Decisions.

Zero to ten, how much can you find that feeling? You laughed at me! Yeah, because I was, okay, not all, often all, yeah, often all, whenever, right? When, um, seven, I would say. Okay, yeah. Before I make a decision, I had quite some time in my mind to come up with the decision, and afterwards I have like a little, uh, like, did I do it right?

That's me. Yes. Okay. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And if you knew you could trust yourself more and more, bingo. By asking that question, I feel tension coming up because that's exactly what I really experience as difficult. I just don't know how to feel really safe, to be honest.

How I find confidence in myself. that a situation is reliable and safe. So if I ask you to notice right now the level of tension coming up. Yeah. What's your level? Eight. Uh huh. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. In your throat. Uh huh. Yeah. Uh huh. So ask you to breathe. And if I ask you zero to ten, how much you can find the feeling of feeling afraid that you made the wrong decision?

It's high. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. If I ask you zero to 10, how much you feel like you made the wrong decision selling your business, what would you say? No, that's not the wrong. No, absolutely not. Okay. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. Yep, exactly. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. So I want you to say, yes, it was the right decision.

I'm certain it was the right decision for me. I'm certain it was the right decision for me. I'm certain it was the right decision for me. I'm certain it was the right decision for me. Of course it was the right decision. Of course it was the right decision. It was the best decision I could make. Now, if I ask you how your nervous system feels right now, what would you say?

Yeah, uh, a one, a zero. Exactly. So notice the other trigger, like notice, as soon as I mentioned decisions, it triggered way up. Exactly. And then I asked if your business and it went to a zero quick, right? Exactly. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. Okay. And this nervous system. So your nervous system doing this started how, how long ago?

The first time I remember, I think I was, uh, six or seven. Bingo. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And what I want you to notice, there's a feeling of fear, like after you make a decision, there's a feeling of fear. Did I make the wrong decision? Did I make, and there's this, so even after you sold your business, even though you know you made the right decision, can you see the part of you afterwards that was like, Oh gosh, what did I do?

Is this the right thing? Can you see that? Yes. Yes, I can. Okay. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. Breathe. Breathe. And I'm going to ask you to take in the feeling of feeling confidence in yourself, of your decision that, that even if your mom, if your mom gives you advice, maybe it's great advice. Maybe it's not great advice and that's okay.

And. To each their own, right? Her advice might be great for her, but maybe not for you. So if she gives you advice, it may be good for somebody else. And just because it's not good for necessarily you, we don't need to make her right. We don't need to make her wrong. It just depends on if it's right or wrong for you.

Does that make sense? Yes, it makes sense. Great. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And I'm going to ask you to take in the feeling of feeling good about you.

All right. So let's go ahead and pause it just for a quick moment. Again, I just love her self awareness. Just so, so beautiful. And I just want to mention a quick note because part of what happens, you know, she's got this feeling around decisions where she can make decisions, but then Feels fearful afterwards or stresses that maybe she made the wrong decision, but then she knows she does.

So a few things that you'll want to note from this, first and foremost, that emotions really do matter. How we feel. I mean, we've all heard somebody say before something like, Oh, I feel guilty, but I know I shouldn't. You know, or I feel so bad, but I know I shouldn't. And that's part of the point is that for healing to take place, we really do need to change our emotions.

That's what really shifts the energy. So that is one insight that you want to take from here. Now another key insight is this, is that when we stop and think about advice for a moment, there's a few different things that we'll want to note is that a lot of times there are. People giving advice about everything and anything, whether or not they know.

You know, a lot of times these days, somebody reads off the internet and they feel like they've got advice for everything and they may not know. And a lot of times it's not that they feel like they're doing the wrong things. It's just that they don't know that they don't know. And that can happen. Now, additionally, when it comes to advice, though, you also want to be good at receiving it and also filtering it, you know, looking at what does make sense and what doesn't make sense and also being willing to take it in a positive way.

And this is what I mean. You know, if you think about the president for a moment, a president has a job. Presidential advisors. And if you think about any large company, they have a board and advisors. And I mean, there's so many different types of advisors in our world. Now, the reason that I'm pointing this out is because for some people, they welcome the advice, they welcome the information, and then they take what makes sense to them and then use it.

And that's exactly what they do. Now, sometimes I'll see people who get information or advice and then immediately because they didn't already know the answer, they immediately then feel stupid and they're critical of themselves. They use that advice against themselves instead of using it for themselves.

Then it makes them feel less confident in themselves. And so, on that note of advice, Notice there's different pieces. There's the, you know, maybe the bad advice, maybe the good advice, how you take it, how you feel about it, letting it empower you. And in our world, you know, there's not one person who knows everything.

You know, if you think about the president of whatever country, probably does not know how to perform brain surgery. And yet, at the same time, a brain surgeon may not know how to fly a rocket to space, you know? And so, when you think about it, if somebody is smart, that doesn't mean they know everything.

It's just an awareness, an ability to think and gain awareness. And so, that's the point, is being willing to Make sure that if you're receiving information, you are filtering it, and you are making sure it makes sense. And also that you're using it in a positive way to really feel your best and highest good, and it's not damaging to your ego.

And, of course, you have a strong filtered to really think about advice that you're getting and is it from a good source, et cetera, et cetera. That's another big thing as well. So food for thought on that because ultimately as you make a decision, once you make a decision, you want to feel good about it.

And just like as we saw with Demi, she had this beautiful experience of selling her company that as she even mentioned in the very beginning is happy about selling her company. As we were talking about it, it triggered her as well. So interesting how positive things can also create a trigger. In fact, you know, periodically you'll hear me use the example of broken heart syndrome, where somebody can even die from a broken heart, or they can have a weakened heart, because of a, you know, an upset, a hurt, a wound, a trauma, a broken heart.

However, it's also well known that people can have really great experiences and also have that same condition where they have the weakened heart from a positive experience. But as we can see, that fear or that uncertainty underlying in a decision or whatnot can also affect health. And so the point that you'll want to take from this is that our inner, inner emotions of what we're really, really feeling deep down matter.

You know, when you stop and think about it, when I mentioned the sale of her company, it went back up. The decision around it, it triggered way up. And so thinking about that very thing, that the most important thing is how you really feel on the inside, in your unconscious mind, and genuinely transforming that.

That's how you get real radical results. And of course, it's not just about changing our emotions. I mean, yes, we need to change those absolutely, but our actions can also influence our emotions as well, which is where we're going as we step back in with our beautiful volunteer, Demi. Here we go.

Now, if I ask you your relationship with your husband, the longevity of it, if I ask you how that feels to you, can you see it better? How does your relationship feel long term and look right now? Um, I would feel happy, uh, you know. Great, so I'm going to ask you to breathe. And can you work on having more fun and more just being playful and enjoying in the relationship?

I always say to him, you're the funny part and I'm the serious one. That's the right balance, but sometimes I would like to have a little bit more of him. And yeah. Okay. So notice you always say to that, he's the funny one and you're the serious one, right? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Now notice how much you're laughing today.

You made me laugh. Yes, for sure. Yay. So, could you have more time in that instead of feeling like you have to do and be in all of these things and make everything perfect for him, connect with him even more in the laughing, in the playfulness on purpose. Does that make sense? Yes. Absolutely. Does that feel like good advice to you?

Maybe not. Maybe yes. Does it? It does. There you go. So you filter that. And so I'm going to ask you to breathe. Now, if I ask you just even taking that in and deciding that, if I ask you how much more safe you feel in your relationship, did the safe feeling go up, down, or the same? Up. Up. A little bit up or a lot up?

Way up. Exactly. So thinking about that, instead of trying to do everything for him or fix everything for him, connect with him, laugh with him, banter with him, play with him, enjoy. Now, if I ask you, when you guys first met, how much were you laughing and being playful back and forth? Oh, a lot. Oh, a lot. Yes.

That was the magic first year, we always say. Yes. Yes. So I want you to think about that in you. And so now if you think about, okay, let me bring that back out in me. Let me be laughter and connection and playfulness and enjoy and be that. How does that sound to you? Yeah, perfect. Beautiful. Yeah. Beautiful.

Beautiful. Fantastic job. Notice how your nervous system feels. Yeah. Much, uh, much less tension. Yes. So, um, bingo. And if I ask you zero to 10 right now, how much tension you feel, what would you say? Almost nothing. Almost nothing. Right. Who did that? You did. Me. You did. Me. You did. Beautiful, beautiful job. So I'm going to ask you to breathe.

And ask you to take in the feeling. You're amazing. You're amazing. And so I want you to really embody and embrace these changes in your life and really integrate it and see how and think about how you can add some of that playful, fun, silliness back and bantering. That's that stuff is just so make life less serious.

We can have a serious too. We can have both. We can have this serious and we could also be seriously ridiculous. Yes. That's a good one to be. Seriously ridiculous. Yes. I'll write that one down. , right? Serious. Seriously Ridiculous or seriously playful. And Absolutely. And notice, by the way, if you think about it even right here, you and I have been serious, productive, and also playful.

Yes. And silly. Yes. And ridiculous. All of this same, right? We've laughed. We've been insightful with all of it. And so, great. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. Bingo. And I have to say, fantastic self awareness, fantastic self honesty. And, uh, you're just, you're beautiful and it has been such a pleasure connecting with you.

Thank you. Thank you, thank you, thank you for your time, for your attention, for your help. You're absolutely so, so welcome, beautiful. You're so welcome.

All right. So let's go ahead and bring everything together. And first and foremost, I just love our beautiful volunteer. What great self awareness, great self honesty, just beautiful. And there are several different insights from this particular episode on different topics, because there's a combination of different things that are affecting her.

And. As you've heard me say on past episodes, typically when somebody's health is affected or they're having a physical response, there are typically multiple emotional ingredients, if you will. So, multiple things going on that are impacting. And that's specifically what we saw here. And what I love about this episode also is we saw how Her actions are playing into those emotions.

How, if she takes action in her relationship to be more playful, like she said, the magic of their relationship, that magic first year. But if she is bringing out even more of her playful side and laughing, which she showed so beautifully here, I mean, just laughing. And so I love that. And I love that.

Incorporating more of that into her life and you can also see the importance of the shift of her creating that emotional shift because as we started out this session, we were talking about her level of fear that she's got to fix everything for everybody and her fear of abandonment. And so it's hard to be playful if you're having a fear of being left and you're trying to make everything perfect for everybody.

And so then as you're not playful and not fun and not connecting, it's hard to nurture the relationships. And so it, you get caught in that spiral, that, that place where you can't really connect at the level that you're wanting to. And so what I love about this episode is we can see the internal change and also the actions where it's.

something that needs to be implemented as well to make that genuine transformation. And so I just love this on so many levels. And I want to invite you to look at maybe one or two insights that you could take from this episode and apply to your own life. And maybe that has to do with showing up and in your relationships and being even more loving and playful and fun.

And maybe that is the insight that you want to take from this. And I have to tell you, by the way. When, when I show up here on the podcast, obviously we're talking about information. So I'm sharing information and I'm helping people and notice also being ridiculous, laughing, being playful. And that's me, you know, in my team meetings with my team, we will laugh and also get things done in my relationships, my connections.

That's how my life is, is I like it to be productive and also. Playful and laughing and having a good time doing that and so just food for thought on maybe some way that you might be able to integrate this even more in your own life. Alright, so that said, it has been such a pleasure connecting with you and I want to ask you to please do take a quick moment to hit the share button on this episode.

You know, share with somebody you love, somebody you care about, or somebody you don't even know because the more happy and healthy and loving that every single person is, 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 a most wonderful, fantastic, loving 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 touched their heart, or helped 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.

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From Illness To Wellness: 4 Easy Steps To Transform Your Health & Life With The GIFT Healing Method™

In this course Brandy shares the exact things she did to heal (even when doctors told her there was nothing more she could do) so you too can be empowered with tools and techniques to heal yourself and change your life. Click here to learn more.

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Also, please remember that genuine change and follow through are key for self-healing results. If you struggle with negative thoughts or have a chronic health issue or chronic pain, please do not avoid seeing your doctor.

Instead, your goal with self-healing should be to continue to see your doctor as recommended and blow their mind with what you are capable of with your mind and with the power of mind-body healing.  Please enjoy this self-healing podcast!

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