239 Transcript: Building a Mindset Open to Change for a Happier, Healthier, and More Successful Life

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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. It is so perfect and divinely, the way it just unfolded is just beautiful. Perfect. And you'll see what I mean.

And, and actually a little bit of a spoiler alert, you know, all the time you'll hear me talk about the more we transform our patterns to heal ourself. It, of course, changes our lives. And with today's spoiler alert, as our volunteer is working to heal himself, he ultimately. then also manifested a promotion in his job.

And so I just love the unfoldment of this. It's beautiful, divine timing and very insightful. And so on that note, let's go ahead and dive in. Now, as a quick reminder, our volunteer. His name is Peter, and I actually started working with him on last week's session. And when I was working with him, the session was about an hour in length, and by the time I add in insights, that could make it easily hour and a half or longer.

And so instead, I broke the session in half. And last week on the first half of the session that we talked about last week, as you'll recall, Peter is our volunteer, and he is experiencing back pain. And he's also got a lot of stiffness and what we began talking about was the topic of people pleasing where he felt stuck in his work situation where on one hand as he's the supervisor, if he's trying to, you know, supervise his employees, that he's getting a lot of pushback.

He's not feeling respected. He's afraid to really talk to his employees. And so that feeling of people pleasing, because he didn't want to. Say things to them and have them not like him. And so he was just in this strong pattern of people pleasing and as you'll recall when we started talking about changing it, about not being in people pleasing, his pain went up not down.

And that was part of the profound insight that Because he felt stuck and he, you know, and so there was that feeling of just feeling stuck in where he was. And so that's where we left off was starting to think about what are some new ways and new things that he could change in his job and ultimately As we dive in today, we'll see also the emotional patterns that are connected, because anytime we take some type of action, we also want to notice what emotional patterns might be stuck as well.

And that is key for him making his transformation. And so on that note, let's go ahead and dive back in with our beautiful volunteer, Peter. Here we go.

So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And. So I want you to think about the skill, having a skill of structure, that if you took some time to think about what would be the optimal way. To have structure in your organization, right? Cause you're the supervisor, right? Okay. So you're the supervisor and you know that if everything's more structured, that it's going to be exponentially more successful, correct?

Okay. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe and I'm going to ask you to breathe and I'm going to ask you to think about being strategic and thinking about, okay, you're the supervisor. And you don't want to come from a place of feeling angry anyway. You don't want to be angry. And it's not about being soft.

It's about creating structure. So soft isn't a bad thing if there is structure with it. So I'm gonna ask you to breathe. And if I ask you, are you willing to get more organized and more structured in what you're doing? More structure? Are you willing to get more structure? Actually, a thing also that I'm not so structured and organized myself.

I love your awareness, absolutely. And I think that is also the way that you're going to get more respect from your coworkers is by having that level of structure and organization. And so that's exactly where we're going is exactly that. So I'm going to ask you to breathe and I want you to think about, are you willing to change?

Yes. Now, by the way, if you had a manager who's not very structured, How much respect would you have for that, for more or less or the same? That's not very impressive. Probably the same. I wouldn't feel myself that I need to be structured. Exactly. Bingo. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe.

Do you feel like it's a good characteristic for you to have to be more structured and organized? Um, yes. And by the way, just so you know, for us to get the results, we're I'm going to need, like this, okay, let me, I'm going to explain something to you, okay? Us to get results, you've got to think in a different way, right?

That's ultimately where we're going, right? If you think in the same way as you did when we started, we won't get any results, right? And so keeping that in mind, I'm going to ask you, are you really willing to become more organized and really embody the Supervisor role as your best self. Yes. Yes. Is that true?

Yes. I want to get more organized myself. Okay, great. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe now. Is that something that you're really willing to do? There is part of me that feels a bit lazy, I would say. Okay. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. I hear you. And I get that there's a part of you that feels a bit lazy.

And if I, and I'm going to ask you, do you want to change? I want, yes. Great. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. So really, if I ask you, let's say 10 years from now, 20 years from now, 30 years from now, you're still feeling lazy with things. How do you like your life? Or let's say that you have a tendency and a habit to show up as your best self.

That's just who you are. You always show up as your best self. Who are you in 10 years, 20 years, or 30 years from now? Kopey Glosmore. Okay, and so who would you rather be? The new seller. The new self. So I'm gonna ask you just for a moment to breathe, and if I ask you then, are you willing to start changing?

Yes. So I want you to think about who you want to be five years, ten years, twenty years from now. If you want to just have your best self showing up every day, or if you want to, ten years, five years, ten years, twenty years from now, you want to feel like you're lazy, what version do you want? I want the better version.

I want the, um, engaged version. Great. So I'm gonna ask you just for a moment to breathe. And I'm going to ask you to think about that very thing, that you want to become the best version of you. And I'm going to ask you to breathe and notice your level of pain, zero to ten. What's your level? It's a, for sure, a different sensation.

Uh, I would maybe give it, uh, two, uh, and maybe a bit more freedom in the back of the Great. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. Now I'm going to push you a little bit more. Okay. You ready? Yeah. So great. Embrace the change. Don't push against me. Embrace the change. So I'm going to ask you to breathe and I'm going to ask you just for a moment to notice what it looks like as you're showing up more and more as your best self, where you're feeling more organized and structured and confident in life, and that feels good and respected.

Because ultimately, if I ask you how much you've been wanting to feel respected, how much have you been wanting to feel respected? This is probably like 10, 9. 10, right? So there's a way to do it. And so I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And so noticing you're starting to show up at work more and more organized and structured, and you're getting more and more respect.

And it feels easy. And it's just like everybody, even you're the CEO of the company, and everybody's giving you more, just more respect, just honoring you because you're showing up in a wonderful way. And I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And taking the awareness that you have the ability to change this, you're the one.

You don't want to be frustrated at your coworker for not feeling respected. You want to show up in a way that feels like you would respect you and they want you to respect you. And so feeling that you're organized and you're showing up that way and like your best self is showing up and I'm going to ask you to breathe and you want to change, right?

You want more respect, right? Yes. Yes. And you want more respect and there's an easy way to get it, which says, okay, let me be more organized and more structured and all of these things. And there's an easy way to get it. And it's really great. Right? So I'm going to ask you to breathe, binga, and I want you to notice your level of pain, zero to 10.

What's your level? I feel it's similar at the moment. So it's, yeah. Okay. So I'm going to ask you to breathe and I want you to notice the part of you that does not want to change. Can you see that? Yes. There's some sort of fear. That I will not manage, maybe. Okay, so if I ask you, do you think, for your role, how much do you think that you should be organized and structured?

I totally agree. You totally agree, okay. It's like this is if I got hired on to work with animals, then I better want to work with animals, right? Or if I got hired on to be a supervisor, then I need the organization and the structure and I create that for the team. So noticing that you're the supervisor, so that's your role is to be organized and structured to help do all of that, right?

Now, I'm gonna ask you to breathe. And, I'm going to ask you just for a moment to notice, do you like that role? Do you not want it? In other words, if you said, look it, I don't want to have to be organized and structured in life. I don't want to have to do that. I want to get a different job. Great. That works perfect.

But if you instead said, Hey, I do want to be organized and structured. I'm going to really need to work on this. Then you've got to want to work on it. So in other words. Maybe it's not your thing. Maybe you don't want to do it at all, but maybe then if not, then maybe. Getting a different job is the answer.

Does that make sense? Yes. Thank you. Yes. Okay. If I ask you how much there's a part of you who has felt like you wanted to be lazy, so to speak, in life, if I ask you zero to 10, how much you can find that part of you, what would you say? Yeah, I agree. Six, seven. Yeah, I would've said, yeah, seven, seven, eight, somewhere in there.

Now, if I ask you, when did this pattern first start? When would you say this pattern first started? In school. In school. Okay. Yep. I think about seven years old. Thank you. I would agree. Great self awareness. And so I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe and I want you to notice this pattern, and I want you to notice the part of you who has also felt like it was cool to be lazy.

Can you see that? Yeah. Yeah. I love your awareness. Zero to ten, how much of you felt like it's cool to be lazy? What would you say? I would give it like maybe an eight. Yeah. I love your awareness.

All right. So let's go ahead and pause it just for a quick moment. You know, first and foremost, I just love his self awareness and self honesty. What a beautiful, beautiful being. I just love that. And what I also love is the awareness that he feels like Lazy is cool, and you might think to yourself, wow, that is really counterintuitive, and of course, we see these things all the time in childhood.

You know, if you think about it for a moment, sometimes people, as a child, they get it linked up that it's cool to be bad, and conversely, that it's bad to be a goody goody. Now, a lot of times what happens in this case is a person can get this linked up in their subconscious mind and a few things can happen.

Number one, they can feel like they're always making mistakes or doing something wrong or always in trouble. Even if it's not some type of criminal activity, they'll feel like they're, Oh, I'm always in trouble. I'm always in trouble. And at a subconscious level, as a child, they feel like it's cool to be in trouble.

And if they weren't, then they'd be a goody goody. And that would be quote, uncool. Or even if they are a great person, like really not getting in trouble at a subconscious level, a person can still feel as though they're bad for no reason, other than the fact that the brain thinks it's bad and uncool to be good.

So the brain doesn't want somebody to see themselves as being good because it's quote unquote uncool. So then they'll see themselves as being a bad person and continue to manifest all kinds of hardships and problems and struggles, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera, underlying feelings of guilt that are creating health issues, et cetera.

So my point here is just simply this, is that if part of you is thinking, wait a second, how does Peter even have this linked up in his mind that. Being lazy is cool because these things can happen in childhood and they don't make logical sense but they get linked up. You know, just again, like a cutter may cut themselves and unfortunately get it linked up that self harm makes them feel a sense of euphoria or relief or control or safety.

You know, all the time I use that example just because we can see that logic is not the key to mind programming. Mind programming. uses a different type of logic, which is emotion and how things feel and just that there are key factors and key needs in our subconscious mind that really do drive our mind.

And most people don't realize at a subconscious level, our mind has certain needs, certain things that really need to be rewired to work optimally. And of course, if something is miswired, then it needs to be addressed and corrected. And so that's exactly what Peter and I are about to talk about as we delve back in to the session.

Here we go.

Okay. So out of curiosity, if I felt like it was cool to be lazy, At a level eight, what would my life look like? Okay, and but what if I said I also really want respect. I want people to respect me and I'm really frustrated and hurt and upset that people aren't listening to me. And they're not respecting me.

What would you say to me? It's a contradiction. Contradiction. But I'm really upset if I say I'm really upset that people aren't respecting me. But by the way, I love to be lazy. What advice would you give me? You need to change one of these two. Yeah, probably change one of these two. Now, by the way, is being lazy actually really cool?

Not so impressive. Not so impressive, right? Have you ever been impressed by somebody who's really lazy? So why would you deem that as being cool? I think I have memory from school and there was this group of students that were not so good. They were maybe a bit behind and, and I probably felt that maybe they are cool and it just came to my mind.

So just sharing this, if it's relevant. I love your awareness. Absolutely. Now this is the thing, is that every single person has things that get linked up in their mind that they believe. That when they stop and then they look at them, they think, wait a second. Meaning like this, have you ever met somebody who feels like drugs are really cool?

Yeah. The thing of it is whatever we link up that is cool is gonna drive our life. So let's say that you have kids and do you, you don't have any kids, correct? No. Yes. Correct. Okay. So let's say that one day you have kids and your kids think it is really cool to be lazy. How great would that be? I wouldn't like them to think this way.

Okay. But how cool is it? How much would you say to your parents? Oh my gosh, my kids are so cool. They're really lazy. But now coming back to the awareness that here you are at work, feeling really frustrated that you're not being respected at work and feeling afraid of connecting with your coworker, but feeling disorganized, but not feeling respected and feeling okay.

So if you come back to your current situation, you can see all the emotions around it, right? Yeah. Not only that, but the other piece that is there is that if it was your business and somebody was running it for you and they weren't showing up at a hundred percent, they were showing up lazy. How would you feel?

Yeah, definitely. I wouldn't like to have such a person running my company. Uh huh. So is that fair to your boss? Oh. Okay. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. I'm going to push a little bit more, and part of the reason I'm going to push a little bit more is this, is that basically we want you, bingo, we want you, bingo.

Give me one second. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. And if I ask you honestly, zero to 10, how much you feel like you are wanting and willing to change, what would you say? Really feels like probably five. I really want to. I hear you. I hear you. I would have probably said a level two, but notice for a moment, there's a part of you that may not yet want to change.

And I see that. Okay. In some cases, I'll push somebody, right? I'll push them to want to change. Now, in some cases, I don't feel like that's beneficial. So the only time I push somebody is when I really feel like it's going to be beneficial for them. And so I don't see that it's going to be beneficial for you.

I feel like it's not going to be helpful. So what I'd recommend doing though is this, is that on past episodes, you hear me say all the time that there's always multiple pieces to each thing. Okay. And so what it is, this is that the pieces that I'm looking at is there's that hurt and feeling like you're not respected.

And so there's like a trigger and there's a part of you that's just not wanting to have to go to work. And part of it has to do with that trigger. Another part of it has to do with not feeling good, not feeling successful at it, at the level you'd want to be. And also some fear towards the coworker, not in a way that they're going to hurt you or harm you.

But just. Afraid of confrontation. Can you see that? Yes, absolutely. Yes. And, but then the other problem is that You're not also showing up in full integrity in your position in the company. If I ask your energy if it's in good integrity at the company, zero to 10, it's like a negative 12. Because ultimately for you to do great at your job, you want to show up and do great and apply yourself and want to be there and want to implement structure and want to be that supervisor.

Does that make sense? Yes. Great. So I'm going to ask you to breathe. Now, if I ask you, I'm going to ask you one very important question. How much do you think you should be hard on yourself right now? Let me give you a hint. The answer is zero. The answer Okay, the answer is zero. What it is, is you want to decide who you want to be and how you want to be.

You decide how you live in your life. You decide what you want. Now, what I want to offer you is the perspective and the awareness that lazy isn't cool. And that I understand that you have that programming, that lazy isn't cool. That if you had kids and they're lazy, you wouldn't think it was really cool.

And so what I would look at is exactly that, is I would look at. Okay. If you had kids, what would you want for them? And then I would invite you to think about what would you want for your life and what would you want for you? And so I'm inviting you to take in some of this perspective because I want to invite you to look at things in a different way.

And then also I want to be careful that I'm not pushing too much for a couple reasons. I also don't want you to feel guilty towards work either. Because that could make your pain go up and your, and all of that. And I also, this is your livelihood. It is your work. It is what you do. And so what I would say is I don't want to push you in either direction.

I don't want you to say, Oh, get another job. I don't want you to say not get another job. So what really, what needs to come from this is I want to invite you to think about your job, your career. And to think about if it's where you want to be, and if it is where you want to be that you say, okay, look it, I'm going to apply myself.

I am, I got this job and I'm going to apply myself and I'm going to show up and I'm going to be in full integrity to the role. What I would want you to do is, I don't want to push you regarding your job. And so the problem is that you want to show up and be in great integrity with your job. So in other words, you might say to yourself.

You might say, look, this is the job that you want to be at, and you're going to start working on being more organized and finding kind ways to communicate to your coworker. Or maybe you talk to your CEO and whatnot, and maybe you ask them for a different position and you say, look, I don't love this position.

I feel like I can't speak to my coworker. It feels challenging. I don't love my position. And maybe they can get you. A different position, or so maybe they can put you in a different mode. Does that make sense? Okay. Probably the first option would be like more applicable because this is a small organization, but the first option seems very applicable.

Okay. So that, or maybe you said, look at this role, maybe isn't what you want to be doing. And maybe you look at leaving. But that's the thing. But the bottom line is I want you to think about how you want to proceed, but you want to make sure that you're in good integrity, that you feel good, and there's some actions to be made there also.

Does that make sense? Yes. Okay. Great. Give me one second. And I'm just going to repeat that for a second, because I just want to make sure I have all, that I've given you the, the specific information. Give me one second. And in a concise way. And so it is that, so thinking about moving forward. Number one, on the emotional piece, you would want to decide whether or not Being lazy is what you want to be or do and what that looks like for you.

Okay. So that's number one. Number two is that you would want to look at the feeling of frustration about not being respected and be willing to let go of those frustrations about that. So that's number two. Number three. You would want to assess your role and look at if you're willing to grow into the role.

Now, all of the time I work with people who get a role and then they grow into it, where they get a role as a manager, super, whatever it is. And then they say, okay, now I need to step into these skills. And they do that. And maybe you do that and you want to do that and it feels great. Or maybe you say, look at, you talk to your boss and you say, look at, I want a different role or I don't want to be supervisor, whatever it is, this isn't working.

Or maybe you look at them and you say, Hey, I need some help with management classes, and maybe you take those. Maybe you start taking some management classes to develop even more of these skills. So maybe that's it. Or maybe you say, look it, you're not really wanting to do any of this stuff. And you look at a career change that you'd like to do instead, right?

The problem is this, is I'm concerned that. Even if you show up and you make a career change, that knowing that this pattern started at age seven, that likely it's going to follow you to whatever career or work endeavors that you go to, right? Because it's a pattern. And then if it does, yeah. And then if it does, then what's going to happen is then Likely, you're not going to be in good integrity with all of the jobs that you go to, if that makes sense.

It's like this, if you hired somebody to wash your car for you and they were lazy about it, would you be happy with that? No. No, so the problem is that then also there's a pattern of feeling lazy that then is an issue and then it creates, so I would be concerned that it would continue, continue on even in other endeavors and then it would just put you in a place that still is not in good integrity with the job that you've been hired to do.

Does that make sense? Yes. On that note, if I ask you, Would you be willing to reassess this lazy pattern and, and look at really changing that? Yes, I'm Great. So, by the way Great. So, yeah, yes, you would. And if it feels like I'm interrupting, there's a reason, is because, I don't know, you've listened to Basically, you've listened to I know.

Yeah. Basically, the only way I can actually get results is by interrupting the way your mind is working. So, I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. Okay. So, I'm going to ask you one more time, but I want a short answer, okay? Ready? Okay. Okay. Would you be willing to look at this lazy pattern and would you be willing to look at transforming it and changing it?

Yes? Yes. Great. So I'm going to ask you just for a moment to breathe. Now, if I told you that a lot of times what happens with people is as they transform the lazy pattern, the more that they're aligned and showing up for life, the more energized they feel. Now, if you knew that the more you were aligned with life, the more energy you would have and the more aligned with life and the more energy you would have, how would that feel to you?

Amazing. Thank you very much. Amazing. Great. So I'm going to ask you to breathe, and I'm going to ask you to notice your level of pain. Zero to ten, what's your level? Probably I would give it a two. It's about a two. Bingo. All right. Bingo. So what I would say is, I'm going to go ahead and leave it there just again because, uh, what I want to do is I want to, there's, there's a lot of mixed emotions regarding your work and I would say number one.

The most, most important thing is you in, like in this case, like being in integrity with your job is going to be very important. Okay. And so showing up, feeling integrity and also feeling safe, both of those are going to be key for making that change. And also of course, then there's a respect piece. So these pieces are going to be key for creating that change.

Does that make sense? Yes. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. Beautiful. So. I want to invite you to look at who you want to be, because I don't feel like that's fair for me to define for you, but I want to invite you to look at that in your life and look at the change that you want to make. Does that make sense?

Yes. Beautiful. It has been really wonderful connecting with you. It has been a pleasure. Brandy, so much for opportunity to be here and work with you. And yes, very, I'm very grateful and thank you. You're absolutely so welcome. You're so welcome. And you're so beautiful and I love your awareness and I love your self honesty.

Just beautiful.

All right. So let's go ahead and unpack this even more. And you know, first and foremost, I have to say he did such a beautiful job, just really beautiful self awareness. Really beautiful self honesty and really embodied the shift. And by the way, notice that I went to start to push him to create that change.

And sometimes that is very needed. For example, we've all heard the phrase before. Somebody can be paralyzed by fear where they feel stuck. Or another reason that I'll push people is this is that in some cases it's like You know, the best way to really think about it is imagine for a moment if a bus is coming and your friend is standing in the middle of the road and they don't see the bus, and the bus is about to hit them, how hard would you push them out of the way?

You know, you definitely out of the way, so they don't get hit. And so if somebody has a really serious health issue or if they have a really serious situation in their life that could be catastrophic, or if somebody is paralyzed by fear and they're stuck and they're not going to move at all, then In those types of cases and some other cases, it's really important, you know, I'll push people because that's what it takes to create that change.

And it's better to do so than to leave them where they are. And so in his case, however, his self awareness was just really beautiful. And his self honesty was so good that It wasn't a great thing to push. Not only that, but he was really in a place of needing to decide and be strategic and think how he needed to move forward and also decide if he wanted this role.

And so there was also decisions to be made. So it's not about pushing to a decision, but instead, you know, I did push him to a certain mindset, but then it was time for him to make a decision. And what was great is that he could see. that this topic was also affecting his pain. Because as you'll recall from the first part of the session, when we were working on this very topic, his pain went instead of down.

And then as we continued to talk about this topic, it went back down. So he could also see how important this particular topic was. So that was really great also. And so what I just love is that After we hung up, he did this very thing. He followed through in a beautiful way, and he was able to continue to get his pain down.

And not only that, everything really unfolded beautifully. He was able to talk to his co worker in a different way, and just this beautiful unfoldment occurred, and further, He was also then offered a management position in his company, which was really, really beautiful. So we recorded this session a while back.

And so that's why it's just beautiful unfoldment is because, you know, he messaged in a while ago and said, Oh my gosh, I got this promotion. And it's, it was just, it was a really beautiful thing. And that's not the only time that I've seen people make these changes where they might be stuck in their work and they're feeling like there's a people pleasing, but they're not.

And so it's just been beautiful watching his unfoldment and having him email in a while ago and say, Oh my gosh, well I got offered a promotion. So it was just really, really beautiful. And I love that unfoldment for him. And that's the other thing that I really want to highlight here is this, is notice that a lot of times people will think that being not in integrity with something is is something that's illegal.

And I've had people say exactly that thing is, I'll say, well, you want to be in integrity. Then they'll say, well, it's not illegal. And it's like, but illegal is one thing. Integrity is another. And what's beautiful as people are being genuinely in integrity, it really does help the manifestation process.

And. Further, as we talk about all of the time on this podcast, Heal Yourself, Change Your Life, when you're addressing the specific patterns that are going on in the specific subconscious programming, when you address that specific thing, that's when it becomes pivotal. And so I've seen people manifest the relationship, the love, the job, all of these things.

And so, again, it was just beautiful watching that unfold for him. And this actually happened, you know, several months ago now, but just watching his unfoldment that, you know, he got the promotion a few months ago now, it was just really, really beautiful. How that all unfolded. And of course I see that all of the time in a variety of different ways.

And so just a beautiful unfoldment. And the last insight that I want to share with you is this is also that notice the manifestation process where, you know, there was action for him to take. So he did need to take action, but there were also. Emotional patterns to change as well. And a lot of times that's how manifesting occurs and even how healing can occur is exactly that is that as we make changes on the inside, then we need to follow through with our actions.

To embrace that transformation fully. And that's what he did beautifully. And so again, just for that reason, I love this episode.

All right. So that said, 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 empowered and happy and healthy that every single person is in our world is for all of us. And so please do make a point to hit the share button and please do make a point to have a most wonderful, beautiful rest of your day.

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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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!