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The Subconscious Influence on Pain and Illness: The Mind-Body Connection with Brenda Johnston

Hello, butthole breathers! How's it going? We are going deep into the mind-body connection this week and tapping into how our subconscious mind could be messing with our ability to overcome pain and chronic illness.




Today, I'm joined by the incredible subconscious mindset strategist, Brenda Johnston. We're breaking down the unique approach involving whole-brain activation, emotional release practices, and the magic of hypnosis. Real-life stories emerge, from burnt-out CEOs to athletes striving for peak performance, all united by the overwhelm that fuels their quest for change.


Brenda sheds light on the power of subconscious tools and how, in as little as 3 weeks, you can make a change. We are like a seven-layer burrito, or record with all the grooves, as we peel back the layers of the human experience, unveiling the significance of the mind-gut connection and stress-pain correlation.


Societal conditioning plays a huge role in our lives, as does the allure of negative bonding and the necessity of consciously managing energy. Brenda and I, along with a recent NFL player guest, highlight the crucial aspect often overlooked in the pursuit of success: being calm, focused, and contained.


Whether you're an athlete, a corporate executive, or just navigating everyday life, this conversation shines a light on the universal need for a mindful approach to well-being. It challenges the idea of mindset work as a luxury, asserting its role as a necessity for peak performance, happiness, and fulfillment.


So, join us for a candid ride through the layers of the mind and discover the transformative power of the subconscious system and how we can reboot our thinking.


From managing energy to rewiring your neural pathways, let's unravel the secrets to unlocking your full potential. It's time to shift your focus and embark on a journey of healing and self-discovery!








Connect with Brenda Johnston HERE: https://www.brenda-johnston.com/






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