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What Can The Body Memory Process Do For Me?

Stop Self-Defeating Behavior Patterns!

​Do you ever ask yourself, “Why am I doing this again”? The childhood vows you made as the result of powerful personal experiences during your pre-logical young life govern you as an adult until you explore and address each of these decisions.

YOU have the Power! The Body Memory Process is a refreshing shift away from the popular temptation to blame adult limitations and failures on our parents and society by putting the power and process to change in your hands!


The Body Memory Process will help you discover the exact promise the child made and then release that resulting vow to create new cells with no old memories and subsequently a permanent change in the behavior pattern dictated by the cellular memory. Through the application of discovery, choice, and change, we are able to redesign the subconscious behavior patterns which often control us.

In time, this can empower us to totally recreate the fabric of our lives and allow us to completely change the quality of our journey, opening up heretofore undiscovered opportunities in every aspect of life, filling our lives with chosen rather than reflexive actions and feelings.

​A major enemy of lifelong learning is living in the interpretation that ‘I am the way I am and I can’t change.’

— from You are What you Say, Budd and Rothstein

Common Symptoms of the Impact of Body Memory

1. Do you go to the massage therapist or chiropractor to be relieved of the same pain only to have it return month after month?
2. Have you been told you have fibromyalgia or other over-active nerve disorder?
3. Are you tired of having migraine headaches?
4. Do you have “habits” that do not support your complete success, like over-spending or over- eating?
5. Do you experience the same problems in relationship over and over? Even with a new partner?
6. Do you tend to please others while denying yourself, experience jealousy, or never feel “good enough?”

A Dawning Realization that Babies Remember Birth

Time magazine (11 Nov 2002) presented a fascinating article revealing the mysteries of the womb and the connection of the fetal child with its surroundings: “We also know that long before a child is born its genes engage the environment of the womb in an elaborate conversation, a two-way dialogue that involves not only the air its mother breathes and the water she drinks but also what drugs she takes, what diseases she contracts and what hardships she suffers…”

Newsweek magazine (27 Sep 1999) discussed the dawning realization on scientists of the impact of the womb in later life; “Scientists now think that conditions during gestation, ranging from the torrent of hormones that flow from Mom to how well the placenta delivers nutrients to the tiny limbs and organs, shape the health of the adult that fetus becomes…”

Video Resources

David Sohn discusses how drugs used in childbirth and birth trauma can result in addiction and other issues for the adult.

Are newborns consciously perceiving their environment? Can they feel pain? When does consciousness start? We can now measure brain activity in the womb and in newborn babies And this knowledge changes the way we care for them.

Steven Laureys MD PhD, author of over 350 scientific papers and several bestselling scientific books, is a neurologist and brain scientist working at the University Hospital and University of Liège, Belgium where he is head of the Coma Science Group and GIGA Consciousness Research Centre.

​With over 30 years in the field of prenatal learning and memory David B. Chamberlain, PhD shares the latest finding about the amazing capacity of the unborn and newborn to sense, listen, understand, communicate and remember.

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Please note the the remedies, approaches and techniques described herein are meant to supplement, and not to be a substitute for, professional medical care or treatment. They should not be used to treat a serious ailment without prior consultation with a qualified health care professional.