Training one’s mind provides a competitive advantage in today’s world. The game-changing field of accessing the sub-conscious is based on science. People across an array of fields are tapping into its profound power.
On Thursday, May 27th, join the second session of the Genos Spotlight Series where Sarah Drijfthout will be diving into ‘Understanding the Rules of the Mind’. The founder of Pandora’s Pathway, Sarah works with people to help them better understand and train their minds.
What will the session be about?
Everyone has their own obstacles and challenges in life. None of us get through life untouched by bad experiences or adversity, it’s part of being human. But life doesn’t have to always be so tough. If we can discover our real potential, we can not only achieve our goals but also look after our well-being.
“Accessing subconscious programming is key to unlocking a huge part of our potential. It’s the key to creating a better game plan for our lives and our well-being, in multiple, beneficial ways.”
Take Olympic sports as an example, the most successful Olympians invariably use hypnotherapy and visualization to achieve their success. This masterclass will teach you effective mind-training methods for better outcomes, that will lead to a happier, thriving and more balanced life.
Many of our behaviors are activated from the subconscious. This can be both a good and bad thing, depending on what memories or experiences are stored in there. We tend to re-use this imprinting, often formed in childhood, by default. This is what makes habits so difficult to break, why people who have suffered trauma can be triggered in undefined ways. It’s why only some people are highly successful in all areas of their life and why spiralling into negative ways we’re not fully aware of can make us repeat unproductive behaviors that don’t serve our highest interests.
“There are many fascinating ways the mind works to protect us, to create the significance we need to feel in order to feel safe and that we belong. Unconscious in the deepest part of our brain, these fascinating ways invariably remain hidden from our conscious thought and awareness.”
In this session, take part in a live visualisation exercise with Sarah, learning how to tap into your subconscious and train your mind to create powerful habits and positive emotions. This masterclass will teach you effective mind-training methods for better outcomes, that will lead to a happier, thriving and more balanced life.
To learn more about ‘Understanding the Rules of the Mind’ and to sign up for Sarah’s Spotlight session click here. To learn more about Sarah and the work she does, check out her website Pandora’s Pathway.
About the Genos Spotlight Series
The Genos Spotlight Series is a monthly masterclass program where we invite you to join real conversations and gain insight for tackling the challenges of today. Featuring discussions and practical advice from an eclectic and talented group of specialists, authors, consultants and trainers – we’ll be diving into some of the difficult topics, having brave discussions and providing you with thoughtful advice and techniques to apply in your everyday lives. Join us for Genos Spotlights on sleep, parenting, emotional intelligence, living with purpose, self-confidence and more.
About Sarah Drijfthout
Sarah’s been described as an outstanding therapist and counsellor, who fosters deep-trusting relationships. Having worked in the corporate world for more than 25 years, and senior international sales roles for many of those years, she understands the pressures faced in the workplace. As a consistent top performer herself she understood early on the power of visualisation, goal setting, single-mindedness, and persistence. Her coaching and therapy work has received recognition from people around the world. People who were stuck in some way, personally or professionally, and who are now free and thriving.
She works with clients on a variety of issues including, but not limited to: high performance, top sales results, team excellence, peak and flow states, motivation, confidence, achieving goals, teamwork, leadership, self-esteem, engagement, burnout, overwhelm, addictions, trauma, PTSD, anxiety, sexual/relationship problems, fertility, conception, depression, sleep, diet/eating disorders, weight and stress management.