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Suddenly we start to understand our behavior and our experience of others in a different way. Thus, when conflict occurs, our new perspective does not allow us to react in the same old way. We start to be far more conscious of what we are doing and why we are doing it, and, increasingly, the concepts of blame and victim consciousness show themselves to be totally unjustified – no matter the situation.

In the Steps process, we take a single incident of conflict only, but, as we continue, we see that this one story follows a thread backward – all the way to childhood – and that life patterns and habits, time and again, repeat themselves in all kinds of conflicting situations as a result of this one deep-seated, unconscious belief.

BreakThrough does not make judgments. It is not a seminar that promises to make you a “better person.” It also is not a seminar that makes you believe you are perfect just the way you are. BreakThrough merely seeks to unshackle you from long-held beliefs that have created your current self-image and put boundaries on your ability to thrive.

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435 Rosser Avenue | Brandon MB 
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Rather than encouraging us constantly to aim for a “new and improved” self, BreakThrough gives us a tool that allows us to come home to ourselves and make peace with our humanness and life in general. Working with the Steps, we have the possibility of leaving childish, needy behavior and false identities behind and rediscovering the ability to experience life in a truly childlike, honest and open way – a way that is truly natural to us.

The Steps help us to see what is really going on in any conflict – and it is both a relief and a shock to discover that ALL our conflicts are triggered by beliefs that happened back when we were just tiny children. The beliefs seem so ridiculous to us as adults, but it’s easy to understand the kind of trauma that they would have been to the child – even if that trauma was somewhat unconscious way back then.

BodyTalk: Breakthrough – Empowering YOU 

​BreakThrough shows us the way to go back and reclaim what is natural to all of us: our authentic selves.

We also come to understand that in each conflict, every time one of our childhood beliefs is triggered, the trauma we experience has very little to do with the present-day situation and everything to do with the past event. Thus, in going through a regressive process, we put our past and present selves into perspective. The results are insights that are nothing short of extraordinary.

It is really exciting work. Each time we do a Step and discover a core belief, it is like pulling a thread that begins with the story of conflict we are having as an adult and ends when we discover learned beliefs that have been dictating self-destructive behavior all the way up to the present day.

In BreakThrough, participants start where they are, often in a place of self-doubt, self-criticism and self-blame, exhausted from trying to hide and cope with the persons they have become and perhaps do not like. From this place, they begin the regressive process, again not trying to become better or different, but only seeking to understand.

As we discover these beliefs, we see how ridiculous and damaging they are. As we put them into perspective and acknowledge their effect on our behavior, something remarkable happens as our emotions begin to change.

BreakThrough’s Seven Steps are a deductive, not an analytical, process. It is rather like being a detective, seeking clues to a crime, with the “crime” being that, quite involuntarily in the first few years of life, we often “learned” that we were lacking and needed to be different or better, i.e. more intelligent, more beautiful, more this or more that.