Enhancing Performance and Athletic Ability 

If you are familiar with the work of Prof. Timothy Noakes[i], then you will already know about the ‘Central Governor[ii] and how this, still as yet, unidentified part of the brain, inhibits an athlete’s performance.

The author, a Behavioural Change Consultant, believes that he has found how to influence the Central Governor without the need for performance enhancing drugs or gadgets; he’s directing your mind to success. The theory suggests that there is an electro magnetic field around each human being and the main operating system is in front of us, called ‘the screen’. Information that is collected via ‘the screen’ is then filtered into the brain and the central nervous system, where it is utilised for the survival of the person.[iii]

Axelle Mollin is a 16-year-old talented skier who is hoping to represent Belgium at the Winter Olympics 2022, she has been training in Italy for the last year, as the snow is more favourable. On the 5th of January 2018 she had an accident requiring her to be airlifted by a helicopter from the slopes, she was admitted to hospital with possible pelvic and neck injuries. Following MRI and CT scans she was discharged 2 days later with a diagnoses of whiplash, concussion and bruising to pelvis area. The young skier was discharged back to Belgium to recover.

Accelerated Recovery From Pain

There were no signs of her condition improving after 5 days she was still vomiting, not eating, had severe headaches and was unable to walk without crutches, so she was re-admitted to a Belgian hospital for more tests. Axelle endured more MRI scans, which resulted in the same diagnoses as previously.

She was told she would require more rest and a recovery period of possibly 3-6 weeks.

Axelle’s father then contacted Breda Mc Quaid an experienced Body Mind Worker practising the Hudson Mind Process (HMP), she was seen the next day where Breda cleared ‘her screen’ using the HMP and the results were immediate. Basically, the trauma of the accident was still running as an Emotional Memory Image (EMI) on the screen in front of Axelle, so her physiological system was trapped within the time frame of the incident. Breda has been taught how to a) locate the EMI and b) to clear the EMI from the screen.

Directly after the intervention, Axelle removed her neck collar and was pain free; her headache was gone and she walked without crutches. On returning home, her appetite returned to normal and just 3 days later, Axelle was back racing in Italy[iv].

Enhancing Your Performance 

When Axelle returned to the Italian slopes, she would be forgiven for a poor result owing to her accident and a gradual return to form was to be expected but this wasn’t the case as she raced home to finish first in her race. The HMP© cleared the neurological connections, which left her in a peak performance state, thus the author argues, it is here, on ‘the screen’ that we can directly impact on enhanced performance and accelerated recovery; in less than 1 hour.

Meanwhile Axelle, who normally improves by no more than 3 points per race, in the two races following on from her treatment, she went from 79 down to 63 … a shift of 16 points!  The work will continue over the coming years, so keep an eye out for this rising star.

For more information about specific sports enhancement there is a training being held here

 

 

 

References:

[i] Noakes, T. Lore of Running, 2004, pg 147

[ii] Kay D, Marino FE, Cannon J, St Clair Gibson A, Lambert MI, Noakes TD. Evidence for neuromuscular fatigue during high-intensity cycling in warm, humid conditions. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2001 Jan-Feb;84(1-2):115-21

[iii] Hudson, E.M. (2017). The Hudson Mind Theory – Part 1. Available: https://bodymindworkers.com/body-mind-work/. Last accessed 13 Feb 2018.

[iv] Conversation with Breda Mc Quaid in Antwerp, 30 January 2018

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