Do you often feel like you aren’t able or aren’t allowed to speak your mind?
Are you always biting your tongue and holding yourself back from defending yourself, speaking out, or saying what you feel needs to be said?
Have you ever been so angry at someone that toy just wanted to “chew them up and spit them out”?
Communicating our experience and sharing what’s on our mind and expressing what and how we feel is one of the most essential components of being human.
For many of us, though, early life experiences and/or ongoing life circumstances (in our home life, at work, and in our social circles) have led to patterns of reticence and repression that cause us to bottle up our thoughts and feelings in order to stay safe, avoid trouble, or not risk offending or upsetting others.
Just because we don’t express these feelings doesn’t mean they aren’t there, however, not giving a voice to habitual thoughts and emotions can have negative mental, emotional, and, according to German New Medicine, even physical consequences.
In this course, you’ll learn all about the different types of “Bite Conflicts” which, according to GNM, can affect the dentin and the enamel of the teeth, as well as the jaw bone and the muscles around it.
This can lead to dental cavities, issues with the TMJ, and pain in the jaw area.
These Conflicts occur when a person feels unable or not allowed to “bite back” when they are threatened, offended, attacked, or criticized.
They can also occur when you want to “snap” at someone or snatch something back that has been taken from you...
But you aren’t able to because you either feel too weak to do so or not allowed to because of who you are and/or because of who they are.
This course will teach you a smarter way to go about speaking your mind, having your say, and “settling the score”/getting even...
While also providing you with new ideas and perspectives that free you to let go of old hurts and grievances so that you can move on to bigger and better things.
Personal Freedom means having the ability to be willing and able and comfortable with expressing your experience...
While also being able to deconstruct, improve, and even transcend that experience workout saying a word...
If that’s what you want to do.
What if you could become bold enough to speak your mind...
AND mentally disciplined enough to change your mind?