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Part 3: CUTV News welcomes back Sally Tennant of Healing Through Your Mindset

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Allenwood, NJ – Stress is the number one cause of illness and disease. In fact, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, stress accounts for at least 75 percent of all doctor visits, with some studies reporting the number could be as high as 90 percent.

But what is stress?

According to Sally Tennant, stress is our emotional reaction to our perception of reality. In order to effectively cope with our stress and reverse its negative effects on our life, we must change our subconscious perceptions.

Tennant is the founder of Healing Through Your Mindset, a holistic energy practice dedicated to identifying and reprogramming the negative subconscious beliefs that cause stress responses in the body so we can make new choices that serve us.

“I’m always searching for the bottom line,” says Tennant. “This is a natural detoxification for the body to reverse the stress response.”

Sally specializes in what she calls the Enlightenment Technique. This technique has been developed over many years of trainings in energy psychology, clinical kinesiology, quantum physics energy work and her communication with spirit.

“What I’m doing is identifying constellations in the brain of patterns of behavior," says Tennant. “People are changing in more profound ways because we’re going as deep as we can possibly go,” says Tennant.

For more information on Healing Through Your Mindset, visit www.healingthroughyourmindset.com.

Medical Disclaimer: This method is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, but is an energy healing modality used to release stressors from within the body/mind.

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