Hypnotherapist Seattle: Kelly Granite Enck

Hypnotherapist Kelly Granite Enck

Benefits of Silent Brain Training™ (SBT) by Kelly Granite Enck

Kelly Granite Enck works with severe cases of anxiety, trauma, panic attacks, and OCD as a Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT) Practitioner to help her clients overcome their anxiety. She created Silent Brain Training (SBT) to transcend the inner voice, or what is also called ego, to reach pure consciousness, known as Silent Consciousness. Silent consciousness is a state of being, in which the mind is free from all thoughts, and inner dialogue, and one is fully engaged in the present moment. This state is also known as self-realization or pure consciousness, where one experiences the absolute truth of existence beyond the limitations of the ego and individual identity. The ego or individual identity is a construct of the mind, created by identification with thoughts, emotions, and external objects. Through self-inquiry, one can question the nature of the self and discover that it is not limited to these constructs but is instead pure consciousness. By focusing on this pure consciousness and letting go of all thoughts and attachments to the ego, one can enter into a state of silent consciousness.

The brain is in peak state when you are in the present moment, free from thoughts, and in this state the brain is silent. This does not mean that you cannot access memories, it is the opposite; you have access to all the data your brain has ever read throughout your lifetime, and you even have access to infinite intelligence. When you are in your head engaging with thoughts, you are not fully conscious, but rather lost in the “movie of thoughts”. When we engage with the thoughts popping in our head, we become the victim of them, suffering each time.

Silent Brain Training (SBT) is a method designed to return your brain to your natural state of thriving, fully conscious, in the present moment. Silent Brain Training (SBT) offers you a way out of the seemingly endless drama of suffering, anxiety, confusion, fear, anger, guilt, and grief that our species has skillfully normalized over the years. Thoughts are created by the brain as it processes data from our environment. Thoughts create our emotions, feelings, and physical sensations. The good news is that we are not our thoughts. When we do not engage with the thoughts popping in our head, we evolve consciously beyond the reptilian brain! And when we choose silence over brain chatter, we choose peace over suffering.

Albert Einstein once said, “A human being is a part of the whole called by us Universe, a part limited in time and space. He experiences himself, his thoughts, and his feelings as something separated from the rest, a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our desires and affection for a few persons nearest to us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.”

History of the Teachings of Silent Consciousness: Mauna | Samadhi

Ramana Maharshi and Nisargadatta Maharaj were influential gurus who delved into the teachings of Mauna (Silent Consciousness) and Samadhi. Ramana Maharshi, a revered Indian sage, emphasized self-inquiry as a means to attain self-realization and advocated the practice of silence as a path to inner awakening. His teachings centered on the concept of “Who am I?” as a means to transcend the ego and realize one’s true nature. Nisargadatta Maharaj, another prominent spiritual teacher, expounded on the nature of consciousness and the illusion of the observer. His teachings emphasized the importance of understanding pure consciousness without content, transcending the limitations of the mind, and realizing the essence of one’s being.

Definition of  Silent Consciousness

In silent consciousness, the mind is devoid of thoughts, allowing for a state of pure awareness. This state transcends the illusion of the observer and involves witnessing thoughts without attachment or identification. It represents a profound level of consciousness where the mind is free from mental chatter and distractions, enabling individuals to experience their true nature beyond the limitations of the ego. Silent consciousness aligns with the concept of Samadhi, where one attains a state of deep meditative absorption and experiences a profound connection with universal consciousness

How to Stop Overthinking

Silent Brain Training (SBT) is included in Kelly’s Rapid Resolution Therapy (RRT) Sessions. The silent brain gives the body a break from the fight or flight autonomic nervous system responses caused by repetitive negative thoughts. The Silent Brain allows you to live in the Present Moment. Say to yourself often, “I see to it that each step I take is ideally suited towards the outcome I hope to achieve in the end.” This keeps you the creator of your life, setting intentions.

The Silent Brain Training (SBT) is completed within 21 days of the training period, during which you will be using the techniques. Your brain will be equal to an Olympic Level Master Meditator on day 21, by using my method. Kelly has taught this method to clients as young as six years old and up to ninety-two years old, liberating them from fears and anxiety!

Silent Consciousness Teacher

Silent consciousness is not about being silent, it’s about experiencing a state of mind where there is no internal dialogue. It is the state of being so absorbed with life, that there is no individual you. One must experience not identifying with the voice in the head to fully comprehend it. Most people do not even realize they are missing this state of consciousness until they have expanded into it.

You can book an appointment with Kelly to learn Silent Brain Training, by signing up for her Rapid Resolution Therapy Session, which includes, Silent Brain Training (SBT). Use the secure book now button, and pick a time and date in your time zone that works best for you!

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