Cyndi wilkins

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Mind Management 101

Mind Management 101DR her)

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 Creating a clear canvas through which to communicate requires a 'thought refining' process with the intention of making a clear statement and/or thought from one point of reference to another. The more clarity you bring to this process, the more connected you are to any desired outcome.

 To communicate via cohesive thought is quieting the brain enough to filter through the plethora of emotional mind pollution floating about our heads and all the memories these emotions are attached to. As humans,we tend fall into the habit of continually recycling the same mental garbage, making it more difficult to get to centered in our 'core of clarity.'


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 Neurological feedback loops allow the nervous system to adapt to a particular frequency. What we feed those 'thought loops' is responsible for creating the energy through which we vibrate. The higher the frequency, the clearer the channel and the easier it is for us to access worlds of consciousness beyond the self.

 Raising our state of awareness not only brings improvement to our own lives, it may also be replicated by others in our shared experiences. In other words, our thoughts should be designed in such a way to benefit not only our own evolution, but an evolving humanity.


 It is no secret that unaddressed trauma, especially in early childhood, creates a continuing negative feedback loop that will eventually manifest with the onset of chronic psychiatric and/or physical illness. Left unchecked, these early traumas branch out like tentacles entwined in our subconscious minds triggering us throughout our lives with even the most benign stressor. Adverse childhood experiences, or ACE's, are the number one health crisis we face as a global community.

 No matter who you are or where you live...whatever your cultural beliefs or differences, our children are the most critical element to embracing conscious growth and advancing ourselves as an evolving humanity. Teaching our children how to cultivate a healthy mindset is at the epicenter of human health and survival as a species.



 The physiological impact of trauma throughout the literature suggests the frequent recycling of the emotions connected to each traumatic event results in multiple comorbid disorders such as Major Depression, Heart Disease, Diabetes and Cancer...just to name a few of the heavy hitters.

 Healthcare professionals are now beginning to get a very clear picture of how interventions involving the expression emotion through channels such as creative writing, music and sound/vibrational therapies is fast becoming the new 'first line of defense' in treating chronic conditions as it heightens our awareness and ability to focus.

 Taking a candid look at our own toxic beliefs and mindsets is also essential in combating the profound effects trauma has on our overall well-being. In order to create a sustainable future for our children, we must first create the behaviors for a sustainable life within ourselves. The world can become very dark sometimes...and when it does, we need to have the presence of mind to look for the light in the midst of that darkness.

 As the future unfolds, we will evolve our neuro-physiology with self-discipline by training our brains to enhance our state of awareness so as not to be distracted by all the mental chaos that life here on Earth can create.

 Eventually, we will begin to see all the possibilities that develop as a result of respecting the boundaries of others in their worlds of consciousness (or cultures) as we do our own. One day, the practice of 'Mind Management' with be the only prescription the 'good doctor' orders.

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Claire L Cardwell

2 years ago #31

Absolutely Cyndi wilkins - the art of clearing your mind and eliminating distracting thoughts is tough. I've read that areas where there is a lot of meditation practice have much lower crime rates too.

Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #30

I completely agree Claire L Cardwell...This is a very basic life skill we should be teaching our children beginning at the grammar school level...Much easier to learn when you are eight instead of eighty;-)

Claire L Cardwell

2 years ago #29

Cyndi wilkins - great read! It's only very recently that I have started to manage 'living in the moment' as opposed to cycling between reliving bad moments from my past and projecting fears into the future. This is down to experiencing a breakthrough with my meditation practice. They should teach meditation in schools ! This would help break the negative feed back loop we spend our lives trying to escape.

Will do and I plan to publish tomorrow evening our time here. That is six hours or so earlier from now.

Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #27

Please tag me when you publish your post on removing painful memories...I don't want to miss that;-)

Agreed as we have to reach the trough and bottom rock before me may reverse direction and ascend.

Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #25

Oh....We are a complicated lot aren't we;-) My lesson in these situations Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador @beBee is in learning to let go of controlling outcomes...mine own as well as trying to 'fix' others...that is not my job, it is theirs...for better or worse;-) And sometimes we have to feel worse...much worse...before we are willing to let go...

Cyndi wilkins- it amazes me that people revert to habits even though they see the benefits of breaking it. Human are full of unexplained paradoxes.

Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #23

Always happy to disrupt somebody's thinking Ali \ud83d\udc1d Anani, Brand Ambassador the most positive way of course;-) I was just having this conversation with a client...about how we tend to continually recycle our distress...and in doing so we train the emotional circuitry of our brains with a continuing feedback loop triggering chronic illness and pain. Allowed to continue long enough we become so attached to our conditions we don't want to let them go. Interesting point...This same client has weekly visits with me and every story she tells in session always ends with "I was so mad!" So I recently suggested we use some auditory frequencies during our session to induce a feeling of calm while she was being worked on...Makes things much easier for me to break through the fascia when someone is calm....Usually this woman is quite the chatter box, and very much to my surprise, she was completely silent during this session. At the end of her treatment, I helped her off the table and asked how she was feeling...She said she was feeling incredibly peaceful and could not remember the last time she had felt so good. So I figure, that's it...she hooked;-) However, the next time I see her she says she does not want to listen to THAT music anymore...When I ask why she says, "I like to bitch too much!" And there you have it...Old habits are hard to break;-)

Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #22

Mmmm....How about a nice Balvenie 14 yr. old Caribbean Cast? My place or yours?

Cyndi wilkins- this is a timely reminder for me of the importance of developing the right mindset to cope with the mounting stresses and hardships we are living in. You are very correct to write "As humans,we tend fall into the habit of continually recycling the same mental garbage, making it more difficult to get to centered in our 'core of clarity.' This is a timely buzz for me for I am maturing an idea for a buzz on removal of painful memories. When we enter the reinforcing loop of bad memories. thoughts we reinforce them and they become a habit that is difficult to break. I developed the metaphor of removing stains on clothes and the derived lessons for removing the stains of painful memories/thoughts. Are there commonalities between removing visual stains and intangible ones? I say for now, yes it is. Your buzz prompts me to make this buzz my next one even though I planned to publish it sometime later. Thank you for your positive disruption!

Ian Weinberg

2 years ago #20


Ken Boddie

2 years ago #19

makes sense to me, Ian Weinberg. You could say it’s almost a no brainer. 🤣😂🤣

Ian Weinberg

2 years ago #18

Come to think of it Ken Boddie and myself would make a power healing combo. And of course, the clients that remain resistant to intervention can always go on to my lobotomy list. But as I’ve said before, I’d much rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy.

Ian Weinberg

2 years ago #17

come to think of it Ken Boddie and myself would make a power healing combo. And of course, the clients that remain resistant to intervention can always go on to my lobotomy list. But as I’ve said before, I’d much rather have a bottle in front of me that a frontal lobotomy.

Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #16

Very kind of you to say Ken Boddie...But them's the 'Big Leagues'....A shared interest perhaps...but I've got a whole lotta work ahead of me before I can inhabit such a mindspace;-)

Ken Boddie

2 years ago #15

Enlightening as always, Cyndi wilkins don’t share a consulting suite, or should I say the same mindfulness temple? 🤗 I particularly like the ‘core of clarity’ concept.

Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #14

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is the future of Medicine ...Another look at training the brain with frequency to break the habit of recycling unhealthy mindsets....Would love the insight of my favorite philosopher bee Deb Helfrich;-)

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #13

You are a love! I expect my body and mind will travel seperately; they don't play well.... :)

Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #12

Ooooh yeah...That 'face plant' into self-awareness is a doozy! That's why we spend most of our lives putting the blinders on...and overly medicating our brains;-) That was certainly the 'dark space' I was referring to in this article...Thanks so much for sharing it and taking the time to comment Lisa Vanderburg! I'm here at the surface with a rope tow if you need me! I'll leave a light on for you;-)

Lisa Vanderburg

2 years ago #11

Excellent article Cyndi wilkins! I'm blushing to confess just how little I know....clearly 'should pay more attention' on my report cards was a constant :) Like #1 CityVP \ud83d\udc1d Manjit, I'd never heard the term ACE, so I followed his link then down the rabbit hole I went!

Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #10

Thanks for popping in Bill Stankiewicz, \ud83d\udc1d Brand Ambassador...Long time no see Bee;-)

Thank You again for sharing

Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #8

Thank you for dropping in for a comment Ian Weinberg...I appreciate your thoughts;-) I figure, with the mess we have made of the place the least we can do is populate it with mentally strong individuals to continue to cultivate the emotional and social well-being of a species that has done a great deal of damage by falling asleep at the wheel.

Ian Weinberg

2 years ago #7

Excellent piece Cyndi wilkins and as comprehensive as it gets. Indeed wellbeing, success, greater conscious awareness and empathy depends to a large part on the emotional health of the child.

Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #6

Everyone come join the 'Brain Train!' That's my brand Ken Boddie... I think Cat Stevens would be proud;-) But oooooh man...Felicity is in a heap of poo right now...But cha know what?? I admire the gal for just coming clean and taking the for 'Ant Becky' ...I got nothtin'...What the hell is she doing signing autographs!!

Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #5

That last sentence really is the bottom line isn't it Franci\ud83d\udc1dEugenia Hoffman, beBee Brand Ambassador...Thanks for sharing your insights...and you are absolutely right! Take an aspirin and call me in the morning was the mantra of the medical field back in the day...before the Big Bad Pharma Wolf came in and medicated us all into oblivion. .We have been conditioned away from our natural state by medicating the mind...and we have been kept in darkness ever since. It's time to turn the lights back on;-)

Ken Boddie

2 years ago #4

Hey, Cyndi... Should ‘train our brain’ be your campaign, To clear out all toxicity, As long as there’s no cost or pain, I’ll follow with felicity. 🤗

I have memories of childhood experiences that were traumatic to me then. Now, looking back I wonder how I survived. My point is I still remember some of them, which IMO they are part of my character. Back then, we weren't given a different pill for each and every little ailment. We took an aspirin and went to bed. Your last sentence says it all, Cyndi.

Cyndi wilkins

2 years ago #2

"Scientific knowledge describes the effects of excessive activation of stress response systems on a child’s developing brain, as well as the immune system, metabolic regulatory systems, and cardiovascular system. Experiencing ACEs triggers all of these interacting stress response systems. When a child experiences multiple ACEs over time—especially without supportive relationships with adults to provide buffering protection—the experiences will trigger an excessive and long-lasting stress response, which can have a wear-and-tear effect on the body," Thank you kindly for the link CityVP \ud83d\udc1d Manjit...It is an excellent addition to this piece...I always appreciate you dropping in for a spell;-)

CityVP Manjit

2 years ago #1

First time I have heard of adverse childhood experiences - that was a great takeaway

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