Mental resonance

… is a particularly effective tool to be emotionally in balance and to (re-)activate unconscious potentials and to shape one's life in a positive and self-determined way.

Unconsciously learned thought patterns, beliefs and behaviors determine our thoughts and actions in everyday life.

The law of resonance states:

What we send out through our feelings, thoughts or expectations, we attract into our lives.

So if we think we are a failure in some aspects, we will not succeed in those either. If we go through life with confidence and ease, we will succeed in reaching our goals “as if by ourselves”.

With the mental resonance method according to Ralf Bihlmaier we can solve fears, belief and behavior patterns profoundly and permanently. Thus, even in difficult situations that trigger fears in us, we can fall back on our potentials instead of following unconscious automatisms.

The method works with question impulses to activate the feelings we feel in the body when imagining concrete stressful situations and to dissolve them with further question impulses. It is about feeling into our body, looking for the negative feeling in the body and localizing it exactly. This can be in the stomach, heart or throat area, for example. With the help of several successive questions (“What does this have to do with me? What is it really about?”) you communicate with the feeling, so to speak.

First, you feel the negative feeling hitting your body and through the question impulse “what does this have to do with me?”, you feel the negative feeling. What is this really about?“ it gradually dissolves.

With the follow-up questions ”What do I myself want to have or be in this situation? What do I myself really want?" you make the intention to want to know what your unconscious really wants to have instead.

In the end, you have replaced the negative feeling with a positive one.

You close your eyes and think of a situation that is stressing you, e.g. you are faced with the challenge without prior knowledge of putting your courses online and supporting your students digitally in their learning. You make an intention with the formulation of the question impulses to want to know what is really at stake, what is behind the fear, behind the obstructive belief patterns.

Trust that your subconscious mind will show you exactly that and also what you really want instead. The key thing is to keep your mind busy observing what you feel in your body, this way you stay on the feeling level. And affirming the positive feelings you perceive is like the memory button in the system that ensures the mind goes back to the new stored emotions in the future.

The questions in turn are:

  • What does this have to do with me? What is this really about?
  • What do I myself want to have or be in this situation? What do I myself really want?

To each positive feeling or positive body sensation, say “yes” inwardly.

Finally, think about the situation again and feel how it feels in your body now. This is direct control, the before and after comparison. Often a positive change can be felt immediately. Sometimes it takes a while until this change is noticeable, e.g. the next time you experience this or a similar situation.