When we live with emotional trauma, the body is in a constant state of heightened stress. Numerous studies have connected stress with lower immune function and higher incidences of disease in general.
How many times have we seen someone receive a cancer diagnosis several years after an emotionally traumatic incident? Too many.
How many people told us that their cancer would never quite resolve until they finally addressed the unhappy childhood or family relationships that they continue still feel stuck in? Too many.
The mind-body connection is one where our thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and attitudes affect our biological functioning. Here are a couple easy connections to see: If you feel frightened, your heart races. If you are suddenly embarrassed, you can blush. There has been a lot of research into even how the body positions we take affect us. In a small study published in the journal Psychological Science in 2010, people who sat or stood in expansive poses for just one minute not only felt more powerful and in charge, they also had an increase in testosterone and a decrease in the stress hormone cortisol.
When we live with emotional trauma, the body is in a constant state of heightened stress. Numerous studies have connected stress with lower immune function and higher incidences of disease in general. This keeps our body’s nervous system in “fight or flight” mode. In medical parlance, that means the sympathetic nervous system is chronically elevated and research shows that can actually encourage metastasis because adrenaline and noradrenaline-stimulating mechanisms alter genetic code.
Thanks to several decades of research by Douglas Brodie, MD, we know that the majority of individuals diagnosed with cancer have similar psychological traits. He calls this the “Cancer Personality Profile.”
Taking care of our psychological well-being is as important as taking care of our physical well-being because the two are connected.
Getting the subconscious mind to surrender its roadblocks to healing is something here at Dayspring that we with do efficiently with EVOX Perception Reframing Therapy.
Change Your Perceptions, Change Your Life
EVOX uses your voice to create visual maps of your perceptions about specific topics like health, relationships, performance—really any aspect of life.
You begin by putting your hand on the hand cradle and speaking about a person, topic, or event. EVOX records your voice clip, particularly the energy of your voice. That voice energy is then plotted into a Perception Index which gives you a visual image of your perception about that topic. The appropriate frequency signatures are then fed back to the body during the therapy session. Memories of past situations are often released from the subconscious.
With EVOX, it is possible to quickly and painlessly shift, or reframe perception, at a conscious and subconscious level. EVOX can be helpful when dealing with issues like health and wellness, emotional imbalances, relationships, stress, anxiety, depressed mood, weight management, addictions, PTSD, self-image, negative thoughts, obsessive behaviors, fears, phobias, work and sports performance, and more.
Healing emotionally congested areas in our subconscious mind frees us to choose rather than just react. Knowing that you always can choose how to react is powerful. It leads you to make empowered and healthy decisions in the future.
Some of our patients have described the ability to see things in a whole new way as truly life-altering. Or as one man from London, England said after his first session: “Ah, that was EPIC!”
Each session typically runs between 60-90 minutes. Each person is evaluated individually; you might expect to undergo perhaps 4-8+ sessions.
 Cole SW, Nagaraja AS et al. Sympathetic nervous system regulation of the tumour microenvironment. Nature Reviews Cancer volume 15, pages 563–572 (2015)