Exploring Drug-Free Options for Pain Relief The Southern.com
by Pornima Jayaraman | Posted: Tuesday, August 26, 2008 12:00 am
For three years now, Yolanda Comiskey has worked in Carbondale as a Psych-K (psychological kinesiology) facilitator and offers private sessions and workshops to those wanting to reprogram their conscious and unconscious habits.
Skeptic or not, you tend to let your guard down a bit when faced with her positive energy and open, approachable demeanor. She seems perfectly believable when she says she comes from a family of healers.
"Psych-K is all about belief," Comiskey says. "These beliefs, usually subconscious, are often the result of lifelong 'programming,' and represent a powerful influence on human behavior. When you change your beliefs you can change the outcome."
Psych-K then is a powerful tool, which helps you identify and transform beliefs that 'sabotage' you into beliefs that 'support' you, in any area of your life. It helps you gently rewrite the software of your sub-conscious mind and change your life.
Establishing communication with the subconscious mind through the muscle system, Comiskey uses energy work to address a variety of issues, including pain.
She says pain can be a limitation in the mind, which is reflected in the body. For example, a client with neck pain realized her body was speaking volumes when faced with the simple question, "Who is it that is causing pain in the neck?"
Many of her clients use Psych-K as an adjunct to regular medical care. "The mind is a powerful thing," Comiskey says. "If you listen closely, your body may be trying to tell you something. And Psych-K can help you get to the root of it."
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