Emotions

Emotions follow motion: by changing your breathing, you change your physiology; and when you change your physiology, your emotions will follow. – Richard Bandler

Emotions and illness

The Mind Body Relationship

  • The mind affects the body
  • But the body also affects the mind
  • The body holds onto emotions
  • The body holds memories
  • Change your physiology and change both your internal and external communication
  • Power physiology and communication will lead to powerful neurology

Emotions are connected to our memories and each and every time we remember something, we change it.  This is the brain’s natural neural process of remembering memories; therefore we can produce transformational change by changing how we remember a memory.