Mnemodynamics Consett, County Durham, Newcastle upon Tyne, Darlington, covering the North East
Used as a Tool for Healing Mnemodynamics North East
What is Mnemodynamics?
Developed by Sue Washington in the late 1960's as part of her psychotherapy practice; in the 1990's it became known as Mnemodynamics when Sue used her experience and skills to train new therapists in the technique. It is a process of healing abuse, regrets, and inappropriate choices that keep you in the past, stopping you from living in the moment.
Our initial belief system is a product of our past external environment, created by our five senses, which inform our thinking, creating out thoughts, which then determine our experiences, reinforcing our belief system, influencing behaviour and personality. Past events may not have seemed significant at the time, or perhaps they were, nevertheless, whatever influenced the signals coming into your body through your senses influenced you. If you have not dealt with any past negative issues, then you carry them into adulthood, influencing your behaviour from events of the past. Before long your behaviour becomes a habit, and you feed your habit with more of what is.
Mnemodynamics helps to release the emotions and connections to the past, allowing negative memories to be healed. This powerful process is a tool used by Mind For Life in connection with the Dynamic Thought Transfer Process to empower clients to make positive changes in their life.
Mnemodynamics does not remove memories it qualifies past memories that cause pain in the present, and allows individuals to stop past memories from limiting their present and future potential. It is a process that helps to heal past experiences so individuals can live in the present and not have their lives dominated by past events.