We Manifest What We Keep in Mind: Change Your Paradigm in the New Year


Paradigm: Model of thinking, perception and way of seeing.

“Place the event in a different context, look at it from a different angle, see it from a different paradigm, giving it a different degree of importance and meaning. That’s how healing comes.” prof. Dr. David R. Hawkins, Law of Consciousness: We Manifest What We Keep in Mind. prof. Dr. David R. Hawkins

In 2022, the most popular “why” queries on Google in Turkey were:

Why don’t they like me?
Why am I so ugly?
Why am I excluded?
Why am I lame?
Why am I like this?
Why am I alone?

So how are you doing? Are you okay?

I am unwell because I have bad health.
I am unwell because my financial situation is terrible.
I feel bad because my relationship is not going well/I am not in a relationship.
I’m bad because I have to do a job that I don’t want to.

Do any of the above statements apply to you? If so, why do you think being good should depend on the presence or absence of something in our lives? Especially if we’re talking about a purely subjective experience like “being good”, why do we attribute it to an external condition? Let’s say that what you so wanted came true, and you were happy for a while. So why don’t you just get better? Psychiatrist and consciousness researcher Prof. D. We can find him in David Hawkins’ 30-year doctoral study entitled Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis and Calibration of Human Consciousness Levels (Hawkins, 1995).

In his PhD work, David Hawkins determines that there are some laws of consciousness by mapping out the emotional map of human consciousness and sheds light on why we can never be “good.” Hawkins’ work shows how we humans use suppression and escape defenses in the face of emotions we cannot handle, and how these unreleased negative emotions build up and lead to thousands of negative thoughts, and as a result, we end up in negative situations. Hawkins, psychiatrist, Ph.D., states that this repressed energy manifests itself as stress, psychosomatic or physical illness, emotional distress, and deterioration in interpersonal relationships, while most people try to suppress and stop their emotions or run away from them. from them throughout life, and that these accumulated negative emotions are both. He says that it blocks awareness as well as success and prosperity in all areas of life, and the way out is to become “conscious” and continues: “What does it mean to be conscious? First, becoming conscious is about starting to seek the truth on your own, instead of being blindly programmed by that voice in your mind that constantly focuses on the weak and helpless, trying to belittle or devalue you. To get rid of this, we must first take responsibility for drowning ourselves in negativity and acknowledge that we believed in them. So the way out is to question everything. Because our inner little self (ego) really wants to accept the negative programming.”

“Internal change camp” for a paradigm shift

At this point, I would like to talk to you about the Internal Change Camp, a method that I have been practicing with my clients for many years that brings about big changes and can radically change your personal paradigm. The Inner Change Camp is a one-on-one study that you can attend online. During the camp, daily applications are sent to you and you receive feedback on your progress through regular video calls. In line with the new paradigm in science, this camp consists of psychophysics-based and scientific approaches such as rational-emotional cognitive-behavioral therapy, neuropsychotherapy, Carl Gustav Jung’s analytical psychology, field theory, and “intersubjectivity”. At the first meeting, the problem you want to solve and improve in your life is identified, your goals are determined and a program is prepared for you according to your needs. Every day you are sent neurophysiological applications that you need to complete that day. It is very important that you take responsibility for the camp process and your active participation. The camp of internal change allows you to take your life in the direction you want, and you begin to think differently, looking at your personality, which you thought you were until now, from the position of an observer. You see your life changing as an inevitable result of this.

Inner Change Camp is a system compatible with the new paradigm in science (connective holistic approach, holistic approach, collective consciousness), which not only represents the latest developments in the field of psychology, but also offers a completely new “design” for your body and mind. You make small changes in your life every day during camp. These may be changes that are initially invisible to you. But as you continue to practice, you experience visible changes in your life. If you really do something all day long, it changes you. What makes this system different is that many of the practices you practice continue to help you even after you stop using them. The experience you gained during the Internal Change Camp creates a wave of change in your life, causing it to affect other areas of your life, thereby affecting others (wave effect). The main goal of the Internal Change Camp is to take control of your thoughts and your life. You do not need to have any prior skills to apply this system. If you can close your eyes, speak, write, and act, you can control your thoughts and behavior. And in the end, you can create the life of your dreams. All you need to do is complete the camp tasks step by step, even if you are not sure if you are doing it right.

Now I have good news for you. If you are interested in Inner Change Camp, I would advise you not to miss the 50% discount that I offer especially for Uplifers readers. For detailed information [email protected] You can send an email to . Finally, I would like to say that I am very happy to embark on this journey with you and I wish you a happy new year. Stay with love.


Hawkins, D. R. (1995). Qualitative and quantitative analysis and calibration levels of human consciousness. The importance of this work has been recognized in a comprehensive review by the Brain/Mind Bulletin and subsequent presentations at the International Conference on Science and Consciousness.
Hawkins, D. R. (2012). Let go of the path of surrender. Hayhouse Inc.
Hawkins, D. R. (1995). Power vs. Strength: The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior. Hayhouse Inc.
Hawkins, D. R. (2020). The Mind Map explains the proven energy scale for realizing your maximum potential. Hayhouse Inc.

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