Kimberly Rex

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    • Title:Resonance Repatterning Practitioner
    • Organization:Windows to the Heart Repatterning
    • Area of Expertise:Resonance Repatterning

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    Changing Your Resonance, Changing Your Life

    Friday, July 1, 2011, 1:25 PM [General]
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    Changing Resonance, Changing Direction  You’ve probably used the expression at least once.
    “I resonate with that.”  What does that really mean?
    In conversations with others it can mean ” I agree.”  ” I like that.” ” I’m willing to dedicate some thought or action to that.”
       In Resonance Repatterning®, the process goes much, much deeper. It becomes a conversation about where your life energy
    is dedicated.  The conversaton becomes one between the fundamental sources and structures of energy in your body. In fact, this is what is happening all the time in the way energy is used, delegated and expressed through your relationships, finances, health and state of well-being.
       So, what or who is having this conversation? There are an estimated 50 trillion cells, 600 muscles, hundreds of thousands of neurotransmitters, 12 Meridians that relay energy throughout the system, as well as the subtle energy body nervous system of the Chakras.  The muscles, tissues, glands, organs, enzymes, amino acids, hormones, etc. are all in communication.
       It’s like the United Nations at the personal level. The resonance between these systems is important. When there is a disruption, blockage or less than optimal flow
    of energy communication, there is a change in how the whole system functions. This happens in the presence of shock, trauma, loss, grief, unresolved stress, addiction, toxicity or illness in your life.
       As an example, the cells of your body have a binary response to stress. They either move towards growth and communicate with other cellular systems when there is safety and calm, or shut down with increased stress of feeling of being threatened. That means the communication within the cells and between the systems of your body are responding to how you are relating with the world.
    “You cannot change your destination overnight, but you can change your direction overnight.”~Jim Rohn

        The energetic information you give your body through the quality of food, thought, stress and bonding all add to this conversation, and affects how your body-mind system functions.  When you  become more aware of the part  you play in creating wellness and well-being in your own life, you access the structure of the greater self and potential for new possibilities. You become more aware of your relationship with your choices, others and the world.
    Resonance Repatterning is a system that identifies where you are resonating with life energizing or life-depleting thoughts, attitudes and beliefs.
    By shifting resonance with these places that disrupt energy in your body-mind system, you can shift your resonance with where and how you are dedicating life energy to you agreements, thoughts and actions.  This is done through working with a muscle-checking system, universal healing disciplines and natural modalities to identify what your body-mind system needs to resolve inner conflict, and to bring a resonance with inner peace.
      What we find in a session is that what you resonate with is what you experience in the world. Resonate with safety and trust, then you are more open to new possibilities and opportunities.  Resonate with danger, depression or fear, then you have less energy, greater stress or shut down.
       Like the United Nations, peace is created through identifying underlying needs
    through building a bridge to new possibilities for greater harmony and balance in your life.
    Kimberly Rex, MS is a certified Resonance Repatterning and Person-Centered Expressive Therapist. She works with people of all ages by phone, Skype and in-person at
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    Physical and Emotional Response: Is It Stress Speaking?

    Wednesday, May 25, 2011, 3:21 PM [General]
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        Your emotions are directly related to how you respond to stress in any given moment.  Stress can build due to a hectic lifestyle or  resonance with  the chaos of  problems in life. When you feel as though you cannot effect change, anxiety and fear can increase.  The work of Dr. Claire Weekes, an Australian MD  who is known for her healing work with people with panic attacks addressed the emotional and physical components of stress. The physical signals of anxiety is an increase in adrenaline production, quickened heartbeat, and activation of the Sympathetic Nervous System.  The emotional signals  take many forms including agitation, anxiety, fear,  and lead to fatigue and depression. when your body is  increasingly sensitized to the cycle of physical alert   Anxiety also affects the functioning of your thinking, creates memory imprints and activates fight or flight reactions.  Dr. Weekes called this "Second Fear" manifesting as confusion, bewilderment and fear through  de-energizing thoughts, feelings and physical tension. 

    According to Bruce Lipton, a molecular biologist and author of Biology of Belief, the impact of stress over time impacts your health, sense of well-being, and even the interpersonal relations in global communities. Biology of Belief book link

    4 billion bits of information travel into your Nervous System per second, yet you are only able to process about 1% of that information consciously. Much of this information stored within your body-mind system are beliefs, early teaching, unprocessed residue of material from earlier experiences, and/or generational imprints. Additional factors include your attitude and concept of time about what is happening.  As an example, it's the difference between believing  " There's a light at the end of the tunnel"  and "The light at the end of the tunnel is an oncoming train."  Your sense of urgency, completion and intensity affect the impact of your experience. Shifting perspective makes all the difference in the world to your body-mind system!

    Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lie our growth and our freedom. ~Viktor E. Frankl

      The analogy of cellular function and communication offer a good perspective. Cells respond with a binary response  through either orienting towards life and engaging in communication between systems more optimally when there is a felt sense of safety. Perceived unresolved stress or threat creates a disruption of life energy flow and the need for protection or shutdown. This, in turn, decreases communication between internal systems, and results in life-depleting or disrupted flow of  life energy.  Coping with challenges and conflict issues in a way that leads to experiencing a greater sense of safety, trust and perspective based on the present is vital.  When you are seen, heard and feel understood, this creates a space for resolution and healing. When this happens, your emotional outlook changes, and  the functioning  of your immune system also benefits.

       Anxiety and stress can manifest in repetitive emotional reactions to patterns or beliefs in relationships, finances, cultural interchange, expectations  for  life, gender, and groups.  When you feel overwhelmed, depressed and disconnected from others you are cut off from energizing relationship.  Blame, anger, and chaos limit the ability to sustain life-energizing interactions.

           So what can you do when faced with stress or overwhelm? Dr. Weekes recommended acceptance instead of resistance, letting time pass, and allowing the body to  let go of tension in what she called the sensation of floating

    An empowering tool that will help you is a "Pause for Centering."   Listen to this recording to experience this modality and its benefits:

      The next time you are feeling stress over a conversation, sitting in rush hour traffic, put on hold on the phone, or need a few minute’s solace, give yourself this gift of peace. It is a way to activate positive life energy, to create greater inner peace and harmony in your life and relationship with others.

    • A Pause for Centering comes from Resonance Repatterning© material.  Check out more of Claire Weeke's work, Hope and Help for Your Nerves, and her CD entitled, Pass Through Panic: Freeing Yourself from Anxiety and Fear.  Claire Weeke's book

    Kimberly Rex, MS is a Certified Resonance and Person-Centered Expressive Therapy Practitioner. She works with clients by phone, in-person and proxy to support creating positive change for wellness and well-being. Her website:

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