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Santa Fe, NM – Our past experiences are filled with beliefs and feelings that are hardwired into our brain. When these feelings and beliefs are triggered by a similar experience, we react as if we were in that past experience, living from a victim’s position in life instead of a place of personal power and self-authorship.

Sylvi Salinas is a certified Resonance Repatterning® practitioner and instructor with 23 years of experience in the healing arts profession. Resonance Repatterning® is a method for identifying the behavioral patterns that prevent us from achieving our aspirations in life.

“The underlying source of our behavioral patterns is what’s motivating us and ultimately determining our life for us,” explains Salinas. “If we can identify this underlying source, we can peel away the layers of the artichoke to get to the heart.”

Resonance Repatterning® can benefit people suffering from depression, low self-esteem, physical disorders and even dysfunctional relationship patterns. Salinas was first introduced to Resonance Repatterning® by a friend to address her recurring challenges with intimate relationships.

“After the session, I immediately felt emotionally lighter and more at peace,” recalls Salinas. “I felt a door open somewhere deep inside of me, an internal shift. It’s like I was between radio frequencies and then suddenly I was in tune.”

Today, Salinas works with everyone from infants to seniors, and even animals.  Her training seminars attract those who wish to either apply RR to their personal lives or aspire to practitionership.

“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change,” says Salinas. “Resonance Repatterning® helps you to change the internal landscape, which then attracts positive new outcomes."

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