To achieve healthy mental patterns, we can learn to transform our unhealthy mental patterns into positive, healthy patterns to relieve the body from expressing symptoms.

People with multiple sclerosis have common mental patterns specific to their symptoms. These patterns can leave a person very vulnerable to life stressors, mishaps, accidents, and disease.  The goal is to understand the mental patterns the body expresses in symptoms and transform these into healthy mental patterns that restabilize the body and restore health.

What is Health?

health-msTo begin to understand our goal of establishing healthy mental patterns, first, we must understand what health is. For most of its history, medicine viewed health as a lack of disease. In 1948 the World Health Organization (WHO) proposed a new definition:

“Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease.”

In essence, health is not just the absence of disease; it is the ability to respond to the challenges of being alive and still feeling good. With hypnotherapy and NLP, we transform the mental patterns that produce anxiety, stress, contradictions, self-judgments, and feelings of unworthiness. We create robust mental patterns that produce inner peace, confidence, internal and external congruency, and a sense of worthiness.

Healthy Mental Patterns

When a person is healthy, no matter what is happening in the outside world, the inner world is still well. These healthy patterns have a significant effect on the health of the body.

These patterns, such as knowing who you are from the inside out and being fully connected in the mind, body and within yourself allow you to feel grounded, confident, and have a certain sense of control no matter what environmental stressors are occurring.

Healthy Mental Patterns and Preventing Multiple Sclerosis

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Transforming one’s unhealthy patterns into healthy and robust mental patterns that allow one to respond to life’s stressors in an optimum way might not only prevent the onset of MS but many other autoimmune diseases as well.

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