233 Transcript: Break Free from Burnout and Self-Criticism to Reclaim Your Health and Happiness

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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 how each episode is able to highlight different aspects of working with the mind so you can gain clarity.

On how to get real results. So I just love that because, you know, when it comes to working with the mind, there is a level of consciousness. There's a consciousness shift and awareness shift, even in how to do it. And a simple way to think about it, you know, is even if you think about us going through life, the fact that oxygen is in the air, you know, we wouldn't know that because obviously it's invisible.

Other than the fact that it's been measured by people. And so we now have this awareness. And so even in working with the mind, there is a consciousness, an invisible awareness that we don't see. And so the more that we can see people get tangible results, the more we can gain clarity, you know, on how powerful our own minds are and our energy and emotions, and, and just, it's incredible.

What our minds are capable of. So I love that. And I love our beautiful volunteer. She's just an absolute sweetheart. And I have to say, we get the best volunteers, just beautiful hearts, self aware, and speaking of beautiful people, I want to take a moment to just acknowledge you, I love that you are here. I love that you're somebody who is looking outside of the box and empowering Changing your life and your mindset.

It's just beautiful that we are on this journey together. And I love that. And also, thank you so much for sharing the podcast. You know, so many people are sharing episodes and that's the reason, you know, you guys are the reason that we also stay in the top 1 percent out of. All podcasts, you know, and there was something like about 3.

3 million podcasts in the world, and we remain in the top 1 percent all of those podcasts, which is incredible. And I'm grateful. And I'm also just wanting to acknowledge you and send you so much gratitude for being here and also for sharing it. You know, just thank you. I know for me personally, after going through my own injury and, you know, it's been over 20 plus years since my accident and yet the awareness of just being stuck, of, of feeling like nobody could help me and that I was stuck in pain and not going to have a.

great future, because there was nothing anybody could do, was a hard place in life. And so of course my hope is that every single person heals themselves, changes their lives, and understands that we actually have that innate God given power, universe, divine given power, mother nature, whatever you want to call it.

Our innate ability to heal ourselves is just incredible. And so I love that each episode just really highlights and points out. This incredible ability that lives inside us all. And so I love that about each episode. And I also love that about today's episode. Our volunteer, her name is Anne and she is an absolute sweetheart.

And so on that note, let's go ahead and dive in with our beautiful volunteer. Anne, here we go.

Hello. Hi. Nice to see you. Likewise. Likewise. It's wonderful to connect with you. Yeah. Beautiful. And, uh, what can I help you with today? I saw your Facebook and I was really impressed. Yes, because what you were talking about is something that could help me, maybe, because I have neck problems. My neck is very sensitive for stress.

During all my life, when I was under stress, I felt it in my neck. But now, since about one and a half year, my neck is forced to turn my head to the left, and it's very difficult, takes a lot of effort to straighten it again so that I can look good. straightforward. And I know it's because of stress, because one year ago, my husband and I, we went to India and we had an Ayurveda treatment for two weeks.

And they said, your stress levels are way too high. And after those two weeks with lots of relaxation, and I thought they should be massaging my neck, but they didn't, but they gave me lots of relaxation treatments, my head and my neck were relaxed. And after that holiday, it came back again. There has to be something which is blockage in my life.

I don't know. Okay. And if I ask you a level of discomfort in your neck, what would you say your level of discomfort is? And then you don't mean pain. What's your level of pain? Pain. It's about a seven or eight sometimes. What is it right now? At this moment, I think at this moment it's six. Yeah. Yeah. I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe.

Okay. There is somebody in your life and I can't tell who it is, but I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe and it feels like it might be a sister or a coworker. I can't tell which. So if I, do you have a sister? No, I don't have a sister. I have a brother. Okay. Uh, uh, Give me his initial. H. As far as, as far as work, do you work?

Yes, at this moment, I am recovering from a burnout and I think I got into the burnout because I was part of five teams with two bosses who didn't communicate. So that was a problem. And I think I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. Okay. Yes. I'm going to ask you to breathe. Now, if it feels like I'm interrupting, I am, but with so much respect, because I don't want you to increase the problem.

Okay. So could you give me the first initial of each of those bosses? One is with a J and the other is with a P. Bingo. Okay. So P is bingo. Bingo. Yeah. Okay. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And if I ask you how frustrated you felt towards that particular one, if I ask your level of frustration and feeling criticized, zero to 10, how much would you say?

Oh, I think an eight, at least maybe a nine. Yeah. I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. I'm going to ask you to breathe. So now you see why I interrupted because I didn't want you to bring it up even more. Okay. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. And I want you to notice the feeling how there's this feeling of feeling like, Like in the mix of it all, like feeling, Oh, I can't do anything right.

Feeling criticized, that feeling. If I ask you zero to 10, how much you can find that feeling from the past. And I'm going to ask you, instead of that question, I'm going to redirect and I'm going to ask you just for a moment, can you give me your father's initial, please? J F. And can you give me your mother's initial, please?

A C. And can you give me your brother's initial, please? H. H. Bingo. Okay, so I'm gonna ask you just for a moment to breathe. Bingo. Okay. And if I ask you how much you felt, if I ask you how, let's see. Okay. And actually, can you also give me your husband's initial please? M-J-A-M-A. And so I'm gonna ask you just for a moment to breathe.

And if I ask you sometimes how much you feel criticized by your husband, zero to 10, how much would you say that is? Uh, it's about seven, six or seven. Yeah. That's exactly what I would have said, about a six or seven. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And I want you to notice also growing up, how there's a feeling of feeling like, uh, Like I'm always criticized.

Can you find that feeling? Yeah, absolutely. Yep. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. I love your awareness. I love your awareness. I love your awareness. I'm breathe. Yep. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. Okay. So you can see the pattern. You can see the pattern. I'm asking you to breathe. And I want you to notice the part of you that hit burnout that said like, this is too much, like just always feeling that way.

Now I'm going to ask you to breathe. And I also want you to notice the part of you who loves to succeed, who loves to be an achiever and achieve and do well at things. If I ask you how much you can find the feeling of liking to do well at things, what would you say? I think I have to have the urge, I'm constantly having the urge of doing my very best and I think maybe that comes from when I was growing up, my father with his traumas and I had to be ashamed all the time.

So I think, yeah, I really had to do my best always in that time. to breathe. Yeah. I'm gonna ask you to breathe. And I want you to notice when you're doing your best or you're feeling a great job and you're doing your best, how do you feel? Stressed. Very often stressed.

All right, so let's go ahead and pause it just for a quick moment. You know, first and foremost, I love her self awareness. I love her self honesty. Just beautiful. And what I want you to notice is all of the time people will think, you know, burnout is just from feeling like they're doing too many things.

And yet, when we stop and think about it for a moment, some people can get burned out a lot easier than others. You know, if you think about some people who are really, really high achievers, you may have heard that, you know, they go, go, go, go, go. And then somebody else might say, well, gosh, how do people have so much energy to keep going?

And a lot of times, What happens is it's the things that are going on, the emotions that are going on in the subconscious mind that depend on whether we're feeling energized or we're dragging and feeling burnt out. And notice in her case, when she's feeling like she needs to be successful, she feels stressed.

However, let's be honest. A lot of times when somebody is doing something they love. So if they're doing something they enjoy, you feel energized by it. As a simple example, you know, if you imagine Children who are walking around, you know, feeling tired and whatnot. Maybe they're tired at the end of the day and you say, Oh, clean your room.

Then suddenly they feel blah, like less and less energy. They may feel like sluggish, but if you said, Hey, let's go get ice cream or let's go to Disneyland or whatever it is that they love, they may suddenly be. energize. Okay, let's go, you know? And so point being is the more things that we have that we love in life, the more energized we feel and the more that we purely love what we do.

And sometimes what will happen on a subconscious level when it comes to burnout, even as people will feel like there's no way to win. So they feel like I'm going, I'm going, I'm going, I'm just never going to get caught up. Or maybe somebody's going and going and going. They feel like, this is too much, this is too much.

And that's what's going on in their mind. This is too much, this is too much. And then it feels and it tells their mind this is too much. Or if they're feeling criticized and they feel like, you know, no matter what I do, there is no win. So they're doing something and feeling criticized and doing something and feeling criticized.

It feels like, uh, there is no win. The problem is that, of course, some people may get linked up patterns of self criticism that even come from themselves. And what happens is, if there's an internal pattern of self criticism, a person can get, go through burnout a lot easier because, I mean, imagine if everything you're doing, you're doing, you're doing, and you're still criticizing yourself.

yourself and you're feeling criticized from your own thoughts, that becomes exhausting and draining. And not only that, but it can impact you in other ways as well, including your health, your self image, how you feel about you, all of those things. And that is exactly where we're going. And so let's dive back in with our beautiful volunteer.

And here we go.

So I want you just for a moment to notice what it would feel like if you were doing your best and it felt good. And you were doing your best and it felt good. Like, even when you were doing well, but you felt good about it. You felt alive about it. You felt it was fun. It's like this. What was your favorite subject in school as a kid?

I think drawing. Yeah. Drawing lessons. Yeah. Okay. Drawing. Yeah. Great. And if I asked you how much you loved drawing, what would you say? Oh, I still love it. Yeah. Still love it. Okay. Yeah. Now, what was another subject that you liked in school? Mathematics. Yeah. Mathematics. And how much did you love doing mathematics?

I very much went into it. Yep, so I'm going to ask you to breathe. And how much were you good at mathematics? I was good, yeah. Bingo, so I'm going to ask you to breathe. So I want you to notice that when we feel good at something, we also enjoy it. So I'm going to ask you to breathe, and I want to invite you what it would look like to start feeling in love with what you're doing again.

Like even when you said you've been off work because of burnout, but I want you to think about falling back in love. With what you do and feeling good at it. Because what happens is if we feel like somebody's critical, then we don't feel good at what we do. And then if we don't feel good at what we do, then we feel like it's not fun anymore.

And then we fall out of love with it. Then we feel burnout. Then we feel like, I don't know what direction to go because I, I want to do this, but then I can't because I don't feel good at it. You see the spiral, right? It's kind of like if you've ever had a relationship where like in your relationship before where you ever hit like a rough spot and things didn't feel so good and you have to kind of get it back on track, right?

And I want you to think about in your relationship with life, in your relationship with work, your relationship with enjoying what you do to get back on track and loving what you doing, feeling good about it. Does that make sense? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Great. So I'm going to ask you to breathe and I'm going to ask you to be willing to let go of the overwhelm and be willing to let go of the criticism.

The criticism pattern is not very fun. You could get rid of that. Even towards your husband, you could get rid of that feeling. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. Yeah. And I want you to think about what it looks like moving forward, what it looks like moving forward. If there's no feelings of criticism at all, that you actually transformed this pattern, you transformed this pattern completely to where you could look at work and what you were doing, and it felt fantastic.

And even with your husband, there was no feelings of criticism. It felt Fantastic. Just if you're drawing or doing mathematics, you feel the feeling of with your husband, with yourself, with your life, you're feeling good about you. What would that look like? If you're not feeling any criticism at all, but you're really feeling like the best of you is showing up and you feel good about you, you feel acknowledged, you feel say like it just notice what that would look like.

No criticism, blah, blah, blah, none of that. You got rid of that pattern completely. Instead, you're feeling really good. about what You were doing, you feel really good about it. What would that even look like? I think free and energized. I think. What'd you say? You would feel what? Free. I got you. Energized. I got you.

to ask you to breathe. So free and energized and safe and loving and good. And I'm going to ask you to breathe and take in the feeling that you would feel free and energized and more confident and good and enjoy things more and more confident and good. And I'm going to ask you to breathe. And I'm going to ask you to breathe and it could even feel more free and connecting with your husband in your relationship with your husband.

It could feel even more free and connecting and good and feeling even more confident and more empowered and good and all of those feelings. And I'm going to ask you to breathe and I'm going to ask you, could you let go of the feeling of feeling bad about yourself and hard on yourself for being criticized and no feeling of feeling sorry for yourself?

We're just transforming this. Could you do that? Might take some time. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. Do you want it to take 10 years or 20 years or 30 years, or how would you, would you like to make that change today and start feeling better? Great. So I'm going to ask you to breathe.

Great. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. That's a wise decision. So I'm going to ask you to breathe and take in the feeling that you're willing to start feeling better about you and not criticized, but instead empowered. Great. And even if somebody gives you feedback, you don't take it as criticism. You just take it, Oh, that's their opinion.

I might take it. I might not. I might take it. I might not. No criticism, but Oh, I might take it. They have an opinion. Everybody has an opinion. Okay. Maybe I'll take it. Maybe I won't. No criticism. Not, and I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. Bingo. And I want you to notice your level of pain.

Zero to 10. What's your level? Oh, it's, it's not painful. No. Who did that? I think maybe, yeah, that relaxation. Yeah. But I, I still have problems turning. Come with me. Come with me. So your pain just went from a six to none, right? Yeah. Great. Who did that? Yeah. Great. Great. So I'm gonna ask you to breathe. And great job, self.

Say great job, self. Great job, self. Great. Great. There we go. Great. There we go. Okay. Now, if I ask you zero to ten, how critical you are on yourself, what would you say? Very much. Yeah. Uh huh. I'm going to ask you to breathe. Yeah. That lady in the mirror is awfully critical, isn't she? Yeah. I'm going to ask you to breathe.

Okay. I'm going to ask you to breathe. And I'm going to ask you if you're willing to stop criticizing yourself. Yeah. Really? Absolutely. Yeah. A hundred percent? I'm too tough on myself. Yeah. Okay. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. And if I ask you if you're willing to change that and be more kind to yourself, what would you say?

Yes. Great. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. Now, if I ask you zero to 10, how much you've been feeling critical of your looks? Zero to 10. Oh, I think in the, in A nine? Yeah. So I'm going to ask you to breathe now. If I ask you how much your head wants to now straighten, zero to 10, how much can you feel that now?

Do you feel the difference? Yeah. Better. Yeah. A little bit better or a lot better? Let's see. A lot, I think. Yeah. A lot. So I'm going to ask you, can you stop being critical of your looks and start appreciating your looks? Yeah. A lot. Yeah. Really? I will. Really? So I'm going to ask you to breathe, and you laughed at me, I'm going to ask you to breathe.

Thank you for having a great sense of humor. So I'm going to ask you to breathe, and I'm going to ask you just for a moment, could you really start appreciating, what color are your eyes? What the color of my eyes is? It's, it's greenish. Are they a beautiful color? Gray is green. Yeah. I think so. Is it a beautiful color?

Oh, I think so too. Yeah. Yeah. ask you to breathe. And how does that feel to start actually noticing the things that you like about your looks? Good. Good. Yeah. Great. So I'm going to ask you to breathe and I'm going to ask you to take that in. Now if I ask you, if you really embrace this change, if you really started embracing this change where you're starting to.

change the way you feel about yourself. You're really embodying this change of being nice to yourself and also changing that if somebody's critical, it's just an opinion. It's just, you don't take it personally. It doesn't bother you. It's just an opinion. Does that make sense? That makes sense. I think I really have to remind myself of that.

That's a good way of thinking. Yeah, exactly. Now, This is the thing is that bingo. So it's like this. Okay. So sometimes, so it's like this. So my book just came out and it was funny because I sent out, like I had some, a few people read it before, and I purposely gave it to some people who might be a little bit critical of it and this, that, the other purposely, uh, people who didn't believe in energy or mind, body healing.

And I had them read it. And one of the feedback on one of them was said, I don't necessarily believe in energy. And energy and biophotons. And so what I did, as soon as they said, you know what I said, thank you. So what I did is in the references, in the citations of the book, I purposely used ones that were under the NASA agreement.

So there's a database. And that is run by the Smithsonian and Harvard. It's like this joint database that is maintained under the NASA agreement. And I said, okay, this person doesn't believe in studies on bio photons and energy of the body. Okay. I will use ones under the NASA agreement and under the Smithsonian and Harvard.

So it'll have more and Cornell and all, and it would have more validation. And even the person who, the gentleman who. Discovered, medically discovered, biophotons, or technically he called it mitogenetic radiation when he discovered it. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize 11 times, and actually won in Russia, what's similar to the Nobel Prize.

So then a medical scientist read it and was like, oh my gosh, these are actually valid. And so what's been fun is as a result of that, like I've women who, or people in general, but people who have Let's say they've studied energy and the metaphysics in the mind for a long time, and their husband maybe never believed in it or something like that.

And then they've read my book, and then their husband reads it and goes, Oh my gosh, I actually understand now. And so it's been really beautiful because people have been having this connection. And so my point is, I could have felt criticized by their comment, or I could have just spoken to it and addressed it, which is what I did, which was helpful.

Now I've had people that are reaching out who are saying, Oh my gosh, I didn't believe in energy before of the body, but now that I see that even the databases are from Harvard and the Smithsonian. So my point is I could have felt criticized, but I didn't. I, and I have to say somebody that I was working with, an editor that I was working with on the book.

This is the reason I'm using this example. Felt very criticized by his comments, felt very criticized by the feedback. Oh, I don't believe in energy. How could you not? It all makes sense. And I said, wait a second, this is valuable feedback. I'll take it all. Like this will be helpful. And I used it to just then tweak the information so then it had even more credibility.

Okay, I'll use Nobel prize and I'll use this and I'll use that. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And if you could use the information that people have an opinion, and maybe you take it and maybe you don't, and maybe there's something very valuable in it, or maybe somebody's just got an opinion that's okay.

Everybody's got their opinion, right? We've all heard that. Okay. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. So maybe instead of being wounded by it, you can help information to help you win at the game of life. You can help take valuable feedback and help. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe.

And what would it feel like if you felt different about receiving information? If you used it to better your life, there was no hurt, but you used it even to better your life, and you didn't criticize yourself even, because that woman in the mirror, she's awfully critical. Yeah, I think that would be great.

I think the fact that I'm sometimes wounded by criticism has to do with low self evaluation. Yep, so I'm gonna ask you to breathe. So I'm gonna ask you to breathe. Bingo. And I would say it's also, I would say it's the other way around. Okay. So in other words, if every time somebody gives me feedback, it hurts my feelings and feedback, and it hurts my feelings and feedback and hurts my feelings.

How good, how hard is it going to be for me to feel good about myself? Yeah. So it's like this, ready? If I throw a ball at you and you catch it, how much are you wounded? Uh, not. You're not? Now if I throw a ball to you and you let it just hit you in the forehead, how much are you wounded? I am. Exactly. So if I'm throwing balls at you and say, Hey, here you go, and you let it hit you in the forehead and I throw a ball at you and you let it hit you in the forehead, that's not a very good pattern of the way you're receiving a ball, right?

No. But if I throw a ball to you and you catch it and you say, Thanks, got it. Now, it's a different way of receiving it, right? Yeah. So, it is the way of receiving that makes the difference. Exactly. Because you're not going to be able to feel great about yourself if you're constantly feeling like you're getting hit in the head with a ball.

It's going to be hard to do. Does that make sense? Yeah. Yeah. That makes sense. Absolutely. Great. Great. So, then the two things that I want to invite you to work on is notice. Three things, I'm sorry, is one, I want you to come back and I want you to listen to this, but I want you to make sure that you're not criticizing yourself, that you're starting to see the beauty of the beautiful being in the mirror and, and that you also catch the ball in a different way where you're making a point to then catch it in a different way where you say, okay, is this helpful?

Is it not? So if I throw a ball at you, You look at the ball and you say, okay, do I want to keep this? Is it valuable to me? Is it not valuable? You can discard it, but either way, it's not hitting you in the head. Yeah. Does that make sense? I understand. I understand. Yeah. Beautiful. Great. So I'm going to ask you to breathe and I want you to notice.

So the first thing I want you to do is re pattern this moving forward, re pattern this. Now, ultimately what will have to happen is this. Is it notice that your pain is already gone, right? And you did that. Okay. So this is a different way of thinking and feeling because you've had this pattern since what age?

Oh boy. I think since I was two years old, maybe. Yeah. Yeah. My whole childhood. Yeah. I would agree. Yeah. Okay. So if I do, I have a pattern of getting hit in the ball, hitting the ball with, since I was two. To start catching it as a different response. Right. Yeah, I want you to start programming this in and then what you'll need to do is of course release the old pattern But I want you to just start developing this new pattern and new way of looking at things a new way of feeling does that?

Make sense. Yeah. Yeah and notice how much did we work on releasing already? Or did we work more on what we're going to do moving forward? I think both. Yeah, I think both. Yeah. And I would say more so what we did even a little bit, but more we moved on what it would look like moving forward. How would it feel?

What would it look like moving forward? How would it feel? Yeah. Start with the positive. Yeah. Start with the positive. So I must say, I'm reading your book. The book. Yeah. Perfect. Perfect. Perfect. There you go. Very beautiful. Beautiful. Start with the positive. Very important. Not to go into the negative.

Beautiful. Beautiful. Bingo. It has been such a pleasure connecting with you. Thank you so much. It's really, I'm very happy that you, that I had the chance to, to talk to you. Yeah. Thank you very much, and I love your smile. It's very wonderful to connect with you. You're so welcome. Yeah, you a wonderful rest of your day.

Thank you. Thank you. You too. Thank you. Love you too. Bye-Bye.

All right, so let's go ahead and unpack this even further. And of course, first and foremost, I have to say, I just, I love herself awareness, I love herself, honesty. And there are some really profound insights from this episode. And one of them is this. It's that notice for a moment how. She even wisely pointed out that.

The way that she sees herself. So she even said that, you know, her self reflections or self image was not great and spot on, she's so right that, you know, if you've been criticizing yourself for a period of time, that's exactly what happens is a person can start to feel not great about themselves and see themselves as being inferior.

In fact, I even actually mentioned that very thing inside my book for that reason is because that can and does happen. Now, When we really also further look at the insight of this, when you think about it, how I mentioned to her, the first thing to do is also to reprogram the feeling of criticism and even self criticism.

And let's expand on this a bit more because as you hear me say all of the time, the order is so important. Now, a way to look at this or kind of illustrate this is imagine for a moment if one of your hands. Has a tendency to want to build a brick wall. So you're one of your hands is working on building a brick wall.

So it's building a brick wall. Now imagine for a moment, if your other hand has a habit of tearing the brick wall down and taking it apart and taking it apart and taking it apart and taking it apart, then what happens? is of course, you're working against yourself. It just depends on which hand is working faster.

Now, my point in this illustration is noticing that a lot of times people will try to build up their self image and build up their self image and want to build up their confidence in the way they feel about themselves. And yet simultaneously, they have a pattern of breaking themselves down. So it feels really hard to build themselves up and feel good about themselves, if they also have.

Patterned ways of thinking and feeling that are breaking themselves down. And so in her case, when I said, you know, yes, she will want to change her self image or she mentioned the word self reflection, but yeah, self image, the way she sees herself. So yes, she'll definitely want to change that. However, the order again is so important.

So imagine first, if she reprograms these patterns where she's not taking things personally or critically and feeling hurt and wounded by them and also, most importantly, also not criticizing herself because that is a core piece of that pattern is criticizing yourself because it just feels like working against yourself.

So you don't feel like you get far. Just like the illustration of, you know, one hand building a brick wall and the other hand continuing to break it down. And so that is one of the insights that I want to invite you to look at in this particular episode. You know, is there a part of you who's been working on trying to feel better about yourself?

And yet, maybe you also have a patterned way of thinking and feeling that is constantly breaking you down. And if so, can you begin to transform that pattern? Because it can be common for people to know that maybe their self image is off, that they're not seeing themselves in the best light with self love or self confidence.

And, It can be common for a person to put a lot of effort into this, but not feel like they're making that much progress because of these other patterns. And so that's the insight that I want to invite you to look at in this particular episode is noticing, is there a pattern that you have that is breaking you down and keeping you from really lifting yourself and your life to the next level?

And if so, could you look at transforming that? So that's the insight from today. And as always, I want to ask you to please do take just a quick moment 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 that every single person is happy and healthy and loved and loving, the better this world is for all of us.

And so please do take a moment. Take a moment to hit the share button and please do have a most wonderful, loving, happy, healthy, incredible 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/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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