Month: June 2019

PSYCH-K: Free Your Mind, Change Your Life


Maybe you’ve heard of world renowned Cell Biologist Dr. Bruce Lipton PhD, best-selling author of “The Biology of Belief”, “Spontaneous Evolution” and “The Honeymoon Effect”.  Bruce wanted to write his first book for years and something was holding him back. After experiencing PSYCH-K® he was able to transform what was blocking him. Now, as a result, the world has been touched by the gift of his amazing work. He shares “The Secret to Life is BELIEF. Rather than genes it is our beliefs that control our lives. Using the simple, self-empowering processes of PSYCH-K® you can change your beliefs and perceptions that impact your life even at the cellular level. I have personal experience with PSYCH-K® and I am confident in its integrity, simplicity and effectiveness.”


Bruce shares his first encounter with PSYCH-K®

PSYCH-K® is a Balance process that complements all religions, belief systems and modalities. Where are you in your life journey? Are you just becoming aware of the power your perceptions have? Are you well into your journey or well studied in many modalities designed to create change at the powerful subconscious level of mind? Are you a professional practitioner and support others in their healing and evolutionary journey?PSYCH-K® WILL MEET YOU WHERE EVER YOU ARE!


In this Workshop you will learn:


  • How your subconscious and conscious minds are different
  • How to work WITH your subconscious and discover what blocks you.
  • How to facilitate muscle testing with accuracy in PSYCH-K processes (new or seasoned professionals alike)
  • How to connect with your inner wisdom
  • How to speak the language of your subconscious mind
  • How to clarify goals so your subconscious mind can support you
  • How to use PSYCH-K® in your life
  • How to transform perceived stress and trauma (past, present or future)
  • Simple, repeatable & verifiable tools for lasting change, with STEP by STEP directions
  • How to identify and shift limiting beliefs into empowering beliefs to transform your life!


The investment you make in yourself is priceless and life changing! For those interested in supporting others or perhaps adding these processes to your existing tools with clients, or even if you’re interested in creating a new career, this highly interactive 3-Day Basic workshop will also qualify you as a PSYCH-K® Facilitator and allow you to use these processes for private one-to-one sessions, professionally (with yourself, friends, family or clients) for monetary gain or otherwise, at your discretion.


Do you sense something stirring inside? Act before your conscious mind talks you out of this amazing opportunity! Your future-self will thank you!


Katherine Moyer will be your workshop facilitator. Katherine was selected and trained by Rob Williams, the originator of PSYCH-K in 2003.  She worked as a corporate IT Trainer and Problem Solver in a U.S. Fortune 150 company for 15 years. Blending her unique background with the power of PSYCH-K, she travels internationally offering all levels of the PSYCH-K workshops for those who are ready for this life changing technology to re-write the software of their minds, and change the printout of their life!


Friday, Saturday and Sunday 9:00am to 6:00pm

The most self-supporting and self-loving plan is to arrive at class WELL RESTED for a full day of information and experience with travel plans home the day following class completion. This is a powerful 3 day experience.


Investment $750 

It is highly recommended (not mandatory) to attend with a like-minded friend, colleague or family member to ensure you will have support and a built-in practice partner from your inner circle after the training is completed. Two or more attending together receive a $100 discount each ($650).


Location: This will be an intimate setting limited to 12 participants

Best hotel options, use address 915 Wedgewood Way, Richardson, TX, 75080  as destination on or

A variety of accommodations and prices are available nearby.


Airports: Dallas Love Field (16 miles) and DFW International (22 miles)

Plan travel accordingly for class hours 9am-6pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

If returning home on Sunday evening, it is recommended flights departing after 8:30pm


Registration, Information & Videos online at:

Recommended video before attending the workshop:


Questions? Email Katherine at 


By M.Farouk RadwanMSc.

how to quit bad habits easily

Why do some people fail to wake up early although they eagerly want to do it?
why do some people lack the motive to stop smoking although they know that it’s not healthy?

I am sure that you have tried to quit a habit before yet found yourself lacking the required enthusiasm.

In my article breaking the habit tonight I have answered such questions in deep detail but In addition to all the previously mentioned factors there is another one strong factor that can affect your ability to quit a habit which is succeeding in convincing your subconscious mind.

In this article i will tell you how to quit a bad habit easily by knowing how to convince your subconscious mind to quit.

convincing your subconscious mind to easily give up a bad habit

One of the biggest reasons for the lack of motivation people experience when it comes to breaking habits is that they fail to convince their subconscious minds with their goals.

You may know that smoking is bad and that its costs you lots of money but in the same time you find yourself lacking the motive to quit. This happens because although your conscious mind is convinced of the bad effects associated with smoking still your subconscious mind is happy with it.

Why do you think you can’t wake up early that easy? It’s because your subconscious mind is not convinced that waking up early that day will be of a great benefit. What’s funny is that after few weeks of failing to wake up at 7 am you can succeed in doing it the same day you know that you have an exam at 8, this happens because your subconscious mind becomes aware this time of the importance of waking up early and so it helps you in doing it.

This happens Even in breakups, sometimes people fail to recover from breakups just because their subconscious mind is not convinced that there is an alternative for the person they are in love with. In my book How to get over anyone in few days i described how beliefs such as “he is the one” or “he is my soul mate” can prevent you from recovering after a breakup, these beliefs keep the subconscious mind convinced that there is no other solution but to bring that person back and so you stay depressed for ages.

So you now knew that the key to breaking bad habits easily is to be able to convince your subconscious mind of the importance of quitting the habit.

Quitting habits made easy

Force yourself to wake up early for few days and you will be sending a clear message to your subconscious mind that you are serious about waking up early.

The same goes for quitting a bad habit. The more you prevent yourself from doing the habit the more will your subconscious mind think that you are serious about it and the more it will help you in quitting this habit.

You can also change your self concept by forcing yourself to change your unwanted behavior. If for example you lack self confidence then after several times of acting confidently your subconscious mind will start to believe that you are really confident and your self concept will be upgraded.

The other thing you can do to quit bad habits is to use an NLP technique called parts integration technique. This technique allows you to remove the unconscious resistance that results from having inner conflicts associated with that bad habit. Follow the link below if you are interested in learning more about how parts integration technique can help you easily quit bad habits.

Whenever you decide to quit a bad habit use your conscious mind to learn the facts that can help you in breaking this habit but in the same time don’t forget to convince your subconscious mind too so that it doesn’t work against you.

2knowmysef is not a complicated medical website nor it’s a boring online encyclopedia but it’s a place where you will find simple, to the point and effective information that is presented in a simple and obvious way. If you think that this is some kind of marketing hype then see what other visitors say about 2knowmyself.The book How to make someone fall in love with you was released by; the book will dramatically increase your chance of letting someone fall in love with you.

want to know more?

How to quit bad habits?

Using NLP’s parts integration technique to quit bad habits

How to overcome bad habits?

How to get over anyone in few days (book)

How to make anyone fall in love with me fast (book)

How to end Depression instantly (book)

How to control people’s minds (Course)

How to develop rock solid self confidence fast (course)

take control of your life

Although we live in a complicated world filled with uncertainty, there are things you can do to take control of your life.

The fact is that there are more things outside of your control than there are within your control. This knowledge can cause a myriad of negative feelings, such as anxiety, fear, and even helplessness. After all, it can be unsettling to realize just how much of life is uncertain and uncontrollable.

Here are just some examples of things that you can’t control:

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  • What anyone around you does (not even the people closest to you).
  • The economy.
  • The weather, including natural disasters.
  • World events, or what politicians do.
  • The traffic.
  • The stock market or interest rates.
  • Inflation.
  • The fact that you may have inherited a predisposition to certain diseases and illnesses (both physical and mental).

And the list goes on and on.

However, there are things you can do to better manage the fact that there is so much over which you have little or no control. Below you’ll find 10 tips that will allow you to take control of your life in an uncertain world.

Step 1. Set Goals

Take control of your life by setting goals. Setting goals will do all of the following for you:

  • Allow you to clarify what you want in life.
  • Provide a target for you to shoot at.
  • Allow you to create a life governed–as much as possible–by your own choices.

Think of it this way: although there are many things outside of your control, there are some things within your circle of influence. This includes your assets and resources, such as your time, money, attention, and so on.

Setting goals is a mechanism that will allow you to manage those things that are within your control in a way that will allow you to create the kind of life you want, even in an uncertain world.

2. Practice Prevention

You can reduce some of the uncertainty in your life–and put more of what happens to you within your control—by practicing prevention. Prevention, in a nutshell, is putting up safeguards that will reduce the probability that something that you don’t want to happen will take place.

Here are some examples:

  • You don’t want to get sick, so you eat healthy meals most of the time, and get regular exercise. This doesn’t guarantee that you won’t get sick, but it does reduce your risk of contracting certain diseases.
  • You don’t want your car to break down in the middle of the road, so you take it in for regular tune ups. This doesn’t guarantee that your car won’t break down in the middle of the road, but it does lessen the probability that this will happen.
  • You don’t want a thief to break into your house, so you put bars on your windows. This doesn’t provide 100% assurance that a thief won’t break into your house, but it is a hindrance that makes it less likely that your house will be robbed.

Take control of your life by taking steps that will lessen the probablity that bad things will happen to you.

At the same time, don’t take action that will make it more likely that the things you don’t want to happen will take place. Here are some examples:

  • If you don’t want to get lung cancer, don’t smoke.
  • If you don’t want to be in a car accident, don’t speed, and don’t talk on your phone while driving.
  • If you don’t want to get mugged, don’t walk alone at night in the bad part of town.

You can take control of your life by thinking of the things that you don’t want to happen, and then acting in a way that makes it less likely that those things will happen.

3. Be Prepared for the Unexpected

There’s a 1785 poem by the Scottish poet Robert Burns titled, “To a Mouse”, which contains the following phrase: “The best laid plans of mice and men, often go awry”.  Even if you’ve come up with a great plan for getting to where you want to go, things can still go wrong. However, all is not lost. . . if you’re prepared.

You can take steps ahead of time to be prepared in case something unwanted takes place. That is, you can take control of your life by preparing for the unexpected.

As an illustration, a few months ago my laptop died, out of the blue. I didn’t do anything to it—like dropping it or getting it wet—, it just. . . died, without warning. I make a living online, so not having a computer is a really bad thing for me.

Nonetheless, because I know that computers tend to malfunction, and simply stop working at the most inconvenient moments, I was prepared. I had an envelope stashed away with money inside for this exact eventuality.

Therefore—after being told by the computer repair guy that there was no way to salvage my laptop–, instead of panicking, I simply did the following:

  • I grabbed my envelope;
  • I headed on over to the mall; and
  • I bought myself a new laptop.

The crisis was averted, and I was able to quickly restore order to my world, because I was prepared.

Here are some other ways to prepare for the unexpected:

  • Take out insurance.
  • Give yourself a time cushion for important events: leave early for important meetings; include time to deal with unexpected events when you calculate how long an important project will take to complete; and so on.
  • Keep an extra shirt at work in case you spill something on yourself.
  • Always keep a spare tire—in good condition–, along with a tire jack and tire iron, in the trunk of your car.
  • Build a stash of anything that’s important to your wellbeing.
  • Create safety net containing six months’ worth of living expenses.
  • Keep a fire extinguisher in your home, and have a home fire escape plan.

Being prepared allows you to regain control quickly and effectively if something goes wrong. It allows you to retake control of your life after something unexpected has taken place.

4. Practice Acceptance

Anytime your plans are thwarted, practice acceptance. Acceptance is perceiving an experience and acknowledging it, without judgement or resistance. After all, judging or resisting an event or situation won’t change it, and it won’t help you to deal with it. It will simply cause you suffering.

At the same time, acceptance doesn’t mean resignation. Once you’ve accepted something, you’re no longer wasting your time and energy negating it, or fighting against it. Instead, you’ve put yourself in the best possible position to begin planning your next move, so you can begin to influence the event or situation.

Take control of your life by practicing acceptance.

5. Choose Your Story Carefully

More and more I’ve come to realize the importance of the stories that we tell ourselves about what’s going on around us. After all, what happens in the outside world isn’t really what matters. Instead, what matters is what we choose to tell ourselves about what happened.

Once an unexpected event has taken place, and you’ve accepted what happened, the next step is to be careful with the story that choose to tell yourself about what took place. This is important because the story you tell yourself can either empower you, or disempower you.

Make sure that the story you tell yourself is in line with the facts, and that it does the following:

  • Keeps you in the driver’s seat—don’t tell yourself a victim story.
  • Allows you to acknowledge any mistakes you made so that you can learn from those mistakes.
  • Give you options to move forward.

Also, take control of your life by keeping in mind that just because things veered off course, that doesn’t mean the story is over. The story can still have a happy ending, depending on what you choose to do next.

6. Choose Your Attitude

I wrote in the previous point that when something unexpected happens, you should be careful with the story that you choose to tell yourself about what happened. In addition to the story that you tell yourself, something else that’s under your control is the attitude that you choose to have.

Ask yourself:

  • What do I want to happen here?
  • What attitude would be the most helpful in helping me to achieve what I want?

Then, choose that attitude. Take control of your life by always choosing the attitude that is most likely to help you create the kind of life that you want.

7. Come Up With a Different Plan

When something doesn’t go as planned, simply assess the situation, and then come up with a different plan. That is, adapt.

Even when the things that you thought would happen don’t happen, there are steps you can take to influence what happens next. Start generating alternatives, evaluate those alternatives, pick one, and get to work on carrying it out.

8. Stop Waiting For Other People

A lot of the time things feel out of control because of other people. They act in ways you disagree with, or they fail to do the things you feel should be done. The bottom line is that there’s nothing you can do to control other people. But you can always control yourself.

To take control of your life, take back the decision-making power when the action or inaction of others is making you feel helpless, angry, or frustrated. As an illustration, suppose that you want to move up the ladder at work. You do everything you can to turn yourself into the ideal employee:

  • You perform your duties well, and even go above and beyond what’s expected of you.
  • You devote one-hour-a-day to keep your job skills updated.
  • You anticipate your boss’s needs and make him look good to the higher ups.

Nonetheless, you’ve been stuck in the same position for a long time, and you’ve finally realized that this isn’t going to change. That’s when you decide to stop waiting for your boss to offer you a promotion, and you take things into your own hands.

Here are some of the things you can do:

  • Try to move up by asking for a transfer to a different department of your company where you’ll have a better boss or more opportunities.
  • Start applying for a better position at another company.
  • Start a side business and begin preparing to quit your job as soon as your business starts doing well.

Here are some more examples of how you can take control by taking the decision out of the hands of others:

  • Stop waiting for someone to publish your book. Instead, self-publish it.
  • Stop waiting for your city’s government to clean up the beach. Grab some trash bags and some friends, and start cleaning it yourself.
  • Stop waiting for a business school to accept you. Read the best business books you can find and start applying what you learn from those books.

The more decisions you take out of the hands of others, and put into your own hands, the more control you’ll have over what happens next.

9. Make a List of Things You Can Control

Even if there’s absolutely nothing you can do about a specific situation—at least in the present moment—there are many things in your life that are still within your control. Focusing on what is within your control will help to restore a sense of order in your life.

Place your attention on those things that are within your control by making a list of those things.  Here are some examples of things that you can put on your list:

  • Cook yourself a healthy, delicious meal.
  • Choose to be kind to yourself and practice self-care.
  • Practice a hobby you’re good at, such as playing the piano, drawing, or doing some woodwork. You can also practice a sport you enjoy.
  • Declutter and organize your closet. Donate the stuff that is still wearable, but that you no longer use, to Goodwill.

Focusing on things you can control will allow you to restore a sense of your own self-efficacy, which is often eroded when you feel as if you have little say in what happens to you.

10. Reduce Your Anxiety With Positive Self-Talk

One of the feelings that often accompany an event that makes you feel as if things are out of your control is anxiety. When I begin to feel anxious because something isn’t going as planned—despite my best efforts—I lessen the anxiety that I feel by repeating some positive affirmations to myself.

Here are the affirmations I use:

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Apply the 10 tips above and take control of your life. Live your best life by dealing effectively with a world filled with uncertainty.