The practice of Empathology was developed to help people change self-harming behaviors through the assessment of negative self-talk.
The practice is performed by assessing conscious feelings and ask self, “Why do I feel this way?” Then change the reason why with a de-programming and re-programming affirmation.
Many therapies ask you to ignore negative thoughts and think positive.
Instead, we focus on the negative dialogue and use it to dig into why you believe these messages.
We pinpoint the feeling that these belief systems generate and use it to find the original causal event.
Reworking of the original event is addressed and belief system reversed.
This method requires a 3x a day, 3-week process to reverse negative behavior.
The goal of the research is to learn how and why it works.
Client was experiencing over-eating behavior and wanted naturally choose better rather than constantly fighting the urge to over-eat.
Started with the feeling that seemed to produce the desire to continue eating past being full.
Feeling was “starved.”
The reason why she felt “starved,” was because her life felt empty.
Worked through issues of why she felt her life was empty, created some affirmations to resolve it and action items to build more fullness in her life.
After 3 weeks of work she no longer felt driven to overeat and could stop without effort.
Modern society in the USA exposes its residents to many pressures everyday from traffic congestion to juggling family and work responsibilities. Layer on top of daily stress personal issues with family or friends, crushing debt and/or political division.
In addition, our upbringing whether highly protective or neglected produces a worldview that requires adaptation to, to be able to successfully bond in relationships, adding more stress to life.
Finally, we inherit DNA from our parents that influences our risk of disease so it stands to reason that each of us is also a vessel for historical family traits and traumas that also affects our well-being.
As a result, stress-induced illness is not far down the road as scientific research has proven. Personal Story Modification addresses each of these to improve quality of life and health.
Let’s start by describing what mental healthcare is. It’s a process of examination, testing, diagnosis and treatment. Sometimes this is to prescribe medicine; sometimes it’s to determine life/living dysfunction. This can mean everything from the inability to determine right from wrong to phobias that prevent engagement with others. It also means the average person who can’t feel love, or is unable to keep a job or has regular fits of rage, can use help.
So why are many people reticent to participate in a mental healthcare? The stigma. “If I go to see a shrink, it automatically means I’m defective.” This is the first step in accepting help. We are all defective, and it’s okay; it’s a human quality that actually provides our uniqueness.
Healing from trauma, adapting to life stresses for a better life, and experiencing happiness requires a life-long commitment to personal growth and change. This path requires regular check-ups; observation, just like in physical healthcare, not wait until you break.
Personal Story Modification designed to be continuous, life-long. It’s roots date back 36 years to Empathology. This practice utilized Applied Kinesiology (muscle testing) to “ask the body questions.” 18 years and thousands of clients, and many anecdotal stories of profound personal healing, Day left her practice to put her own personal healing to work, focused in the business world, particularly on Internet video.
Personal Story Modification is now her legacy, wanting to leave this behind for others in this non-profit organization. Along with that, she will be developing a new method using sensors, software, AI and machine learning to create a self-examination method and modification of personal stories that limit quality of life. The research underway will scientifically measure results. Volunteers can be involved in testing for no cost.