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Subconscious Imprinting Technique

“What consumes your mind, controls your life”
That’s where S.I.T (Subconscious Imprinting Technique) comes in...


S.I.T is for you if you struggle with:

  • Anxiety, procrastination, or chronic worry

  • Frustrating habits that just won’t break

  • Undesirable personality traits (rage, judgement, low patience)

  • Chronic physical pain

S.I.T can also be beneficial for individuals who are wishing to become parents, going through fertility treatments or struggles, are currently pregnant, are in postpartum or even a few years into parenting.


Often the roots, false stories and limiting patterns can impact our journey through these moments in our lives without us understanding why.


S.I.T. can help find out the “why” and allow healing to occur to create a more
positive outcome for us, our children, and our partners and for the lives we want to live.


What is S.I.T?!
S.I.T works with the subconscious mind and nervous system to help discover and clear emotional imprints that could be negatively impacting your quality of life. With a series of questions, “you” guided conversation and muscle testing we will access root memories, emotions and experiences. These key roots can impact your life, define your day to day, drive your emotions and become stored in your body.

By drawing from Traditional Chinese Medicine, Meridian theory and diving deeper in to what shows up during our conversation we find a focus. Once we have a focus I will guide you through release statements – meaning we take the limiting beliefs and patterns and replace them with positive, reassuring and relieving statements that will allow you to create, feel and heal in a new outcome that aligns with the life you desire.

By connecting the subconscious mind and nervous system we find the root to the false stories and patterns that are limiting you. A single S.I.T session will help you reveal and release unexpressed or trapped emotions, memories, and unresolved trauma that may be contributing to physical pain
and undesirable behavioural traits.

S.I.T Practitioner

Kelsey Wilson

Kelsey Wilson

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