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Our Founder, Glenn S. Cohen, invites individuals and couples to embark on a journey through their past, present and future. Gaining Neurological Intelligence™ begins with an understanding of how our nervous system is formed and programmed, why it operates on repeating patterns, and how to change disempowered patterns that cause us and others to experience disconnection, pain and suffering. We are
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Every day, we have an endless stream of multiple moments of meaning. Meanings are how we make sense of the present moment either consciously or unconsciously. 90% of the time, we unconsciously assign meaning to our perception based on our references from the past.
If our references are red-disempowered, we may have a “Shift Happen” in our nervous system. If the shift is strong enough, this may trigger protective pattens of multiple personalities that lead us to think and act like a child or a reptile. These are the times when someone of significance looks at us later and asks, “What the hell happened to you? One minute you were fine and then the next, bamm, you were someone else!”
It is during these moments of dysfunction, when we assign a disempowered meaning that our body sends us a signal that says, “Something ain’t right in our inner world!” This is our golden opportunity to employ the neurological strategies to recognize and interrupt these patterns. We need to become mindful to sit with the body sensation, without projecting the inherent reactive energy onto others, until we become comfortable with the uncomfortable.
At the Center for Neurological Intelligence™, one of the strategies we share is to ask yourself the challenge question, “What would I have to believe in order to think and feel this way?” Once you have your answer, then put it through the TFQ filter by asking “Is my belief, true, false or questionable?” If the dis-empowered belief is based on denial, accusing, blame or assuming, then take a few deep breaths, reflect on a few new empowered perspectives and simply change the meaning in that moment.
When we stop judging ourselves and others - THATS when we overpower our ego(s) and widen the gap between stimulus and choice. But first we must become AWARE that we HAVE A CHOICE in the first place.
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Are you ready to be your own hero? Are you ready to end the chain of pain related to family legacy patterns passed down through generations? Are you inspired to step into and own your Mindful Empowered Self and live by the high standards of the inherent values? Are you ready to do the work to change disempowered patterns that cause you to suffer into empowered patterns that serve you and others?
As I share with my clients, the real work of transformational growth happens day to day, not in our sessions. When we are together, whether on Zoom or in person, we educate, we explore, we strategize and we practice the tools and techniques of the Process work. I teach my clients the art of SIMEs – Strategic Intentional Meditative Experiences to take inner journeys to reveal, release and resolve that which is stuck, unresolved in their nervous system.
What’s critical is learning to be mindful in the moment a “Shift Happens” in order to apply the proper tools and techniques to effect neurological change. In our sessions, we use remembered or imagined mindful process. Day to day, you use real, live in the moment experiences to apply, which has a much greater impact on your system than remembered and imagined.
Are you facing a current challenge that is causing you and others in your life to suffer in some way?
At The Center for Neurological Intelligence™, in the first session I have with clients, I share a whiteboard called The Journey of Life. It describes how we all hit a bottom – a challenge point at some points in life. These moments of mayhem may be of the small, medium, large and some maybe of the extra-large variety.
The point is that every challenge can serve as a mirror reflecting back to us the truth regarding the neurological work we need to do to heal and grow. To have this moment of meaning act as a springboard to begin the arduous work of re-claiming ourselves. The questions are how do we make sense of the proverbial bottom and what kind of questions do we ask when we are there?
When we realize that we have hit the bottom of the rabbit hole, we need to ask the three empowering questions as opposed to disempowering questions. The direction of the questions will guide the unconscious desires of your direction.
Neurological pain is a great deflater or can be a fabulous motivator! Every challenge is an opportunity to learn, stretch and change so we become inspired to help others and contribute to something greater than ourselves.
“It is not your job to hold anybody else accountable but yourself.”
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If we do not have peace within, we cannot be at peace with others. We may fake it, we may pretend well, but whatever we protect within, we will project onto the ones we love.
When impactful neurological experiences occur, we may, if we do not express and process during that time, form bundles of memory which can fragment our nervous system and create a lifetime journey to re-claim our innate, natural whole self.
When we fragment, we develop protective personalities to guard the painful, vulnerable aspect we were not able to express and process back then. These vulnerable aspects and protective personalities are stuck, frozen in time within our nervous system. The vulnerable aspect is burdened with the unresolved painful emotions and disempowered beliefs. The protective personalities are on guard 24/7, to faithfully do their job to protect our wounded self at any cost.
With all of this going on inside of us unconsciously, it’s no wonder so many of us experience inner conflict. This is a main reason we find it challenging to claim and sustain a peaceful soul and enjoy harmonious relationships.
“Playing the victim” is a pattern we learn as children which becomes the road of least resistance - we do it over and over and over until we recognize it as something that no longer serves us. In order to BREAK a pattern, you must first CHOOSE to do so. And that choice is ALWAYS within our power 🙂🌻
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“Playing the victim” is a pattern we learn as children which becomes the road of least resistance - we do it over and over and over until we recognize it as something that no longer serves us. In order to BREAK a pattern, you must first CHOOSE to do so. And that choice is ALWAYS within our power 🙂🌻 #centerforni #glennscohencoaching #reelsinsta
Do you mindfully and consciously choose the narrative of your story or is it habitually and unconsciously selected for you? The words we use to describe our perception of our experiences act as the colors for the picture we see, hear and feel. Our story is the compilation of words that form a narrative of language which we use to share our perception of ourselves and the world with ourselves and others.
If we dive into the script and evaluate the key words and phrases, is the story focused on what you want or do not want? Does the narrative lead you to get your needs for connection and significance met in a positive or negative way? Is the inherent meaning of the story based on you living at cause where you take responsibility for your thoughts, emotions, behaviors and stories OR does it lead you down the victim rabbit hole where you are living at the effect, blaming anything external of you for your thoughts, emotions, behaviors and stories? Lastly, does your story serve you or cause you to suffer in some way?
How do you process the perception of your view? Do you evaluate whether the meaning you assigned to the present moment experience as being empowered or disempowered? Are you mindful that you have an innate neural pathway based on references from your past that unconsciously influences how you makes sense of the present and assign meaning to the experience?
Whether we progress or regress on our journey is largely dependent on the unconscious patterns we have created based on past experiences. These patterns are our thoughts, emotions, behaviors and the stories we tell about ourselves, others and the world.
If we take the time to mindfully create a gap between some stimulus and our choice, we can then re-evaluate whether the inherent patterns we use are responsive or reactive. When we react and not respond, we regress and manifest disempowerment in our lives.
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