About Robert Gene
International Speaker, Teacher, Neuroplastician and Creator Of eutaptics® FasterEFT™ Training
The Skills to Change Institute
The Skills to Change Institute is the online and in person training institute that developed and teaches eutaptics® FasterEFT™. Since its founding over a decade ago, Robert has personally trained thousands of Practitioners from all over the world to help you restructure their beliefs and change the behavior that resulted from those beliefs using eutaptics® FasterEFT™. In the eutaptics® FasterEFT™ belief system, all things start and end within yourself. In order to be an effective practitioner, you must clean up your own brain first!
With a select group of highly trained Practitioners and Teachers, Robert travels the world, teaching communities of people how to empower themselves to create the lives they desire using his powerful healing system, eutaptics® FasterEFT™. Robert’s primary passion and top priority is to impart the life-changing method of “rewiring the brain” to individuals and communities that need and want to achieve real transformation. His compassion and dedication have driven him to expand his own knowledge and skills to reach across the world.
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The Subconscious Vs the Conscious Mind
The conscious and subconscious work in very different ways. While the conscious mind uses logic and reason, the subconscious is unable to use reason or logic. The job of the conscious mind is to make sense of stimuli, while the role of the subconscious is to keep us alive and safe. The conscious mind has the ability to argue, strategize, theorize, and negotiate – all skills that are needed when making sense of experiences. The subconscious, on the other hand, is programmed. It does not have the ability to judge right or wrong; to negotiate; to “think” – it runs true to its programming, based on the “proof” and “evidence” it holds, in the form of memories.
In other words, if the subconscious contains a memory of a parent expressing disgust with wealthy people, it could refer to that memory as “proof” that it is not safe to be wealthy. And since it is the role of the subconscious to keep us safe, it will do whatever it takes to keep us from that perceived “danger”.
This means that no matter how much we consciously try to change what we believe, the decisions we make, and the actions we take, as long as the subconscious contains this “proof” that what we want is dangerous, we will never get beyond a certain point.