Being on the same page

Dr. Tony NSA

As most of you know, we typically like to start with someone at the clinic with a complimentary consultation. It allows us to get to know the specifics of what’s going on and whether we can help or not, it gives us insight into the person and it enables us to understand where they’re coming from.

We would like to make sure that we’re on the same page as a potential practice member. There isn’t a relationship anywhere that works well when two people are not seeing eye to eye. A shared reality is key to a healthy and rewarding relationship.

This is also why we make sure that you feel free to ask any questions you may have during your care. Every time you come in, we’re looking to see where you’re at and not just with symptoms. We want to know what’s going on in the bigger picture, mostly because what’s going on with your body is reflective of the bigger picture.

Being on the same page can be about your relationship with us. It can also be about the relationship between your mind and your body. Most often, the underlying reason for someone seeking our help is because their body is not on the same page as their mind.

They may have symptoms and not understand why. They may feel “old” in their body but in their mind they’re a younger age. Their daily reality may be mostly defined by one side of the brain, rather than an integrated brain experience.

Sometimes, having your mind and body on the same page is not what we want. If you’ve ever tried to change something about yourself, like losing weight, eating more healthy or learning a new skill, you may have found it challenging even to the point of failing.

When it comes to intentional transformation, the main reason we fail or find it super difficult, is because the deck is stacked against us. The body and mind are on the same page but what they’re reading is the conditioned past.

You know, being able to observe our granddaughter Sophia has been a real learning experience for me. She is constantly reading her environment and the people around her for cues to tell her how to behave and react. She is such a mimic.

It makes me wonder how much of our conditioned (subconscious) past is from this childhood skill.

However, using the mind/body connection, it is possible to reprogram the mind and have the body respond to a new mind. In other words, if your body and mind are on the same page, you want to make sure that they’re reading good quality stuff.

If you want to discover more about how to change your mind to change your body, check out Dr. Joe Dispenza’s work ( It’s revolutionary!

Aging is not the enemy
How do you choose the path?