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5 things the church hasn’t taught you about energy psychology

5 things the church hasn’t taught you about energy psychology

Introduction

I remember when I decided to go to college and my church found out I was going to be studying psychology. Immediately I was bombarded with “Be careful, your faith can be weakened in that environment!”. People totally overlooked the fact that I was studying these principles and theories at institutions like a Free Will Baptist college and Liberty University. Surprisingly enough after 10 plus years of studying the field of psychology, counseling, energy psychology, EFT, Splankna Therapy, my faith in Jesus Christ had only increased. I totally get how we are partners with Christ, a relationship with Him comes first and foremost, and then we can walk in our truest purpose to uplift the Kingdom with our creative abilities, gifts and talents.

The church failed to teach us some things when it comes to the subconscious mind, energy psychology, and healing and success. I want to shed some light on what I’ve learned and how it applies to energy psychology principles like EFT and Splankna Therapy.

The church didn’t teach us:

    1. How to be a redemptive thinker;
    2. That everything belongs to God first;
    3. That “Evil merely pilfers something God created to be powerful and effective and uses it for rebellious purposes”, Thiessen & Hughes 2015;
    4. That Evil is dependent on God (this is deep you gotta read the Upper Dogs). The subconscious mind is really about Memory, it’s not mystical or the place of all wisdom. It is the faithful repository, a place where our personal things are deposited and stored. Our memory works below the conscious level, meaning the subconscious.

5 things the church hasn’t taught you about energy psychology

Bible Basis for the Subconscious Mind

There are so many scriptures that refer to the subconscious mind. I found these from the kingshighway articles. Check out these scriptures for biblical basis of the subconscious mind:

Psalm 19:12-13
Psalms 139:23-24
2 Corinthians 10:3-6
Psalm 19:12
Hebrews 12:15
Jeremiah 17:9

Hidden Chambers reference to the Subconscious Mind

Proverbs 20:27
Proverbs 18:8, “The words of a talebearer are as wounds, and they go down into the innermost parts(cheder) of the belly.” (If there is no “secret place” or “hidden chambers,” where is this “innermost part”? This is also quoted in Prov­erbs 26:22).

You can read up more on the subconscious mind from a christian perspective in the bottom portion of the article I linked above. If you’re like me, you love to do your research and see how God is at work in everything you put your hands to.

Why

Why didn’t the church teach us about the innermost parts or the hidden chambers? God has given us ways to access the subconscious mind. We have people that access the subconscious mind for their own personal gain and wickedness in rebellion to God. When we choose to access God as partner submitting to his will and the areas that he wants to reveal, we are walking in obedience to Him.

What I do

I work with women to clear their stored emotion so they can walk fully in their God-given purpose. They can begin to create their soulful services that will bring honor and glory to God. They can step into the online marketplace with confidence knowing that they have healed and moved past the limiting beliefs and vows that were governing their lives and causing them to live in the lie of not being good enough, not being perfect, being too busy, not having enough time, enough money, procrastinating and stalling in the divine action they feel called to take.

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Justina Ford is a Christian Mindset Coach. She is The Soul-Alignment Strategist for Multi-Passionate Business Mommas of Faith. She teaches entrepreneurial-minded women of faith how to overcome their limiting beliefs, embrace their self-worth, and utilize their God-given talents. Through her work, clients have experienced personal and professional breakthroughs that allow them monetize their divine passions. She believes real beauty starts with you. Now is the time to embrace the value of your uniqueness so you can propel forward and operate in your purposeful business.

Justina holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, a Master’s in Human Service Counseling focused in Business, and additional training in the Emotional Freedom Technique and Splankna Therapy. She is an Amazon #1 International Best-Selling Author. She also serves as a Commercial Makeup Artist, providing her first love, professional hair and makeup services to Professional Photographers, Marketing and Advertising Teams. She has worked with clients such as South Magazine, Coastal Living Magazine, Toyota, Fox 8 News, and Target Stores to name a few. She is a Huffington Post Contributor and Contributing Author of Notes to Younger Women.

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