Mary Sise, the second eldest of 12 siblings, initially wielded authority from her tricycle. Her confidence wavered when family troubles struck. Despite her achievements as a psychotherapist and energy psychology pioneer, personal challenges left her doubting. A quest for truth led her to Sai Maa, a Spiritual Master, who unraveled her inner fears. Mary’s resistance yielded to transformation, leading to profound healing. Confronted with breast cancer, she faced suppressed fragments of herself, finding newfound balance. Now a coach, Mary aids others, using her journey to guide them through their own barriers. Read more about her journey in this MysticMag interview.
How would you describe the influence of beliefs on human behavior and well-being?
Beliefs hold immense power. They are more than mere thoughts about oneself; they carry energy that profoundly affects us. During childhood, we absorb energies from our environment. For example, scarcity-related beliefs form when there isn’t enough money at home. It’s not just what we’re told; it’s the energy behind it that creates beliefs. This energy-based perspective shapes our actions and decisions.
Can you elaborate on how energy psychology relates to beliefs and personal transformation?
Energy psychology is a psychotherapy field leveraging the body’s energy systems to address psychological issues. Combining Eastern concepts like meridians and chakras, it acknowledges our energetic aspect. Energy systems are tapped into through techniques such as tapping on meridian points or interacting with the aura. These methods transmute energies associated with beliefs, making space for new beliefs to take root. This process upgrades our belief system more efficiently than traditional methods.
How does working with beliefs and energy psychology contribute to personal growth?
Personal growth involves shedding layers that cover our authentic selves. Beliefs often develop during childhood and impact our perception. Energy psychology helps release energies tied to limiting beliefs. By doing so, we connect with our core essence, which is love and light. Rather than striving to become more, we remember our true nature and free ourselves from restricting patterns.
Do you have any interesting examples of changing beliefs through energy psychology?
Certainly! Let me share a recent case that’s particularly fascinating. I was working with someone who experienced panic due to environmental factors. Despite having worked on her previous traumas, the panic resurfaced during a wildfire incident. Through energy psychology, we traced the panic’s origin to a childhood trauma. She realized that the belief, ‘I’m not going to make it out of here,’ was deeply rooted in a past experience. By addressing the energy associated with this belief, we were able to transform it. This case illustrates how energy psychology can rapidly shift deeply ingrained beliefs.
Could you provide insights into why it’s challenging to change long-held beliefs?
Absolutely. Under the age of 7 is crucial since our brain is primarily in a theta state during that period. It’s a hypnotizable state, shaping our beliefs based on experiences. After 7, our brain shifts to alpha-beta states, making it harder to alter beliefs through conventional means like talking. Energy psychology bypasses this challenge by engaging with the energetic roots of beliefs. Techniques like tapping release trapped energy and enable new beliefs to take hold more swiftly.
How can individuals effectively work with energy psychology to facilitate personal transformation?
Effective techniques involve accessing the subconscious through altered states like theta or using energy-based methods like tapping. Tapping can quickly release stagnant energies associated with limiting beliefs. By accepting these energies and tapping, you can shift your emotional state and introduce healthier beliefs. Unlike conventional talk-based methods, energy psychology directly engages with the energetic aspect of beliefs, making transformation faster and more profound.