Clark Berger, PSYCH-K® Facilitator, shares his journey

My journey with  PSYCH-K® has been a wonderful and interesting one.

From a very young age, I was always interested in the mind and its workings. So much so that at school, I was accused of not paying attention in class. I found the workings of my own mind a lot more interesting than the subjects being taught.

My father practiced Buddhism and would, from time to time, drop some nuggets of wisdom which, at a young age, I didn’t quite grasp. As I grew up, I began to investigate the workings of the mind.

I found that intellectually, I could understand most of the information. However, knowing something intellectually and experiencing it for yourself are two different things.

As the years passed, I began to notice that many of my desires and goals, no matter how much I wanted them to come true, just would not manifest. Sometimes I would put this down to bad luck or karma.

I would then notice that many people around me would be able to effortlessly attain the goals they set for themselves.

With the advent of the internet, I was opened up to a whole new world of information.

I have always been cautious with anything that I hear or read about and want to test things out for myself before I accept them.

I have been a musician since a very early age, but I also have a keen interest in science.

One day, I stumbled upon a lecture given by Greg Braden who showed the correlation between spiritual knowledge and scientific investigation. This was the first time that I saw any agreement between these two disciplines.

About 8 years ago, I came across a video presentation with Greg Braden, Joe Dispenza, and Bruce Lipton. I became interested in the work of Bruce Lipton, especially “The Biology of Belief,” and totally got it.

At the time, I was living in Thailand, and I met a couple of successful and effective spiritual healers who recommended that I look at the work of Dr. David Hawkins.

I read everything I could get my hands on and was fascinated by the area of muscle testing to determine truth and falsehood.

Still not satisfied with all this information, I found David Hawkins’ teacher, a man called Lester Levinson, who developed the Sedona Method.

I found many areas of Lester Levinson’s life similar to my own where I had managed to eradicate chronic illnesses by accepting the conditions of the illness and even trying to increase the discomfort deliberately.

This immediately and, to my mind, miraculously rid me of these illnesses permanently.

So, I came back to Bruce Lipton’s work and read about his interest in PSYCH-K® and how it helped him.

When I delved deeper into PSYCH-K®, it brought together all the pieces of everything I had been looking at and provided a simple and effective method to identify subconscious beliefs and replace them with more supportive beliefs.

I took a PSYCH-K®   Basic Workshop last year and, even while I was practicing and working on myself, I still had my reservations.

Since then, I have done the Advanced Workshop and have totally eradicated some predispositions and tendencies that I took as being normal. It has given me a method to observe myself and bring up any uncomfortable feelings or thoughts, examine them, and then, with intention, create balances to address them.

It has proved to be a wonderful way of complementing all other methods I use to live a happier, more joyous, and peaceful life.

It’s a simple way to use the inherent and innate natural technology of the human mind, body, and emotions to create a healthier and happier life. No gadgets or even electricity needed, and it can be done almost at any moment of the day, at any place.

And, I would have to say that the most wonderful thing it has brought to me is the ability to help others find the peace and joy that they deserve to have in their lives.