What We Do:
Susanne von Rosenberg, a chemical engineer by training, has been studying personal transformation methodologies for more than 35 years. Susanne recognizes the profound effect of subconscious beliefs, and is passionate about helping others achieve their greatest potential and healing society by enabling people to release their limiting beliefs. Susanne is proficient in a wide range of modern methods for releasing limiting subconscious beliefs and has witnessed profound transformation in herself and others using these methodologies. She is certified as a Lefkoe Method¬Æ facilitator, ProEFT‚?¢ Level III practitioner, Thrive Energetics¬Æ practitioner, and Awakening Dynamics‚?¢ Level 4 Practitioner and Instructor. She is grateful to be alive at a time where science and spirit are combining to enable each of us to achieve rapid personal and societal transformation with grace and ease. Kanika Jefferson, an Awakening DynamicsTM practitioner and schoolteacher, has been studying personal development from a young age. Her long-term interest in metaphysic has shown her the power of affirmations, prayer, and transforming the subconscious mind. She is passionate about contributing to humanity, and would like everyone she comes in contact with feel like they have intrinsic value. Kanika especially wants to contribute to lives of children in a meaningful and tangible way. Like Susanne she feels grateful to be alive at a time where science and spirit are combining to enable each of us to achieve rapid personal and societal transformation with grace and ease.
Who We Are:
Reparadigming works with individuals and organizations to eliminate subconscious prejudices. We address the root cause of prejudice and intolerance by making participants in our programs aware of their subconscious bias, and then using a simple energy psychology process to permanently remove the subconscious beliefs underlying the bias. Once the subconscious bias has been eliminated, participants are able to truly see and respond to other people as individuals, rather than as members of an out group." In this way