These are the parents that are desperate to find a solution to their child’s issues. Problems such as tantrums, bullying; both receiving and being, sibling rivalry, bed-wetting, self-esteem and confidence issues, selective mutism, even PTSD (from children involved in bushfires). These issues we refer to as “Primary are of Concern.” (and will return to them shortly) .
As you will see, SleepTalk was created from a circumstance just like this “Parenting SOS.”
Joane Goulding was seeking an answer as to why Michelle had problems. Some professional blamed it on poor parenting.
So that’s where my journey started. I consulted professionals, doctors, psychologists and educationists. The overwhelming feedback was that there was something wrong with me! I was not parenting her effectively. And I was dismissed with little to no support. I was inflamed, outraged and stigmatised. I was doing my best, for God’s sake! And I knew in my gut that their assessments were wrong. But I didn’t know where to go to get help.
Now, Michelle is married and lives an independent life with her husband.
Much like Joane, many of the parents who arrive at this SleepTalk site have searched for an answer with little or no joy. Many have seen any number of specialists. While solving the problem is what they seek, but even change a change for the better would help. However, many seem no closer to a resolution than when they first started.
Then eventually these parents discover SleepTalk. And once they start to implement the SleepTalk things almost immediately change.
When commencing SleepTalk, parents read a simple script to their child. It is letting a child know at a deep foundational level in their mind that they are loved, and that they are happy.
Every child regardless of what the problems may be, starts with this exact same message. Every parent or carer, regardless of their reason for implementing SleepTalk is asked to recite the exact same script.
Every child gets the same 88 word message. It is called the SleepTalk Foundation Statement.
And as people started to implement SleepTalk we started to find interesting and unexpected benefits started to happen! Almost immediately parents using the ‘SleepTalk Foundation Statement”, report changes. Children became happier!
And the SleepTalk Consultants started to notice something unexpected. In around 3 in 4 children that “Primary Area of Concern,” stopped being a concern.
Consultants realized that every child will benefit from the SleepTalk Foundation Statement.
But why was this so?
SleepTalk and the Subconscious Mind
But before we talk more about SleepTalk, we need to discuss the importance of the unconscious or subconscious mind. (Note: the subconscious mind or unconscious mind will be used interchangeably.)
The subconscious / unconscious mind refers to a reservoir of thoughts, feelings, desires, and memories that are not actively in a person’s awareness. The subconscious plays a critical role in shaping a persons thoughts, emotions, and behaviors.
These hidden mental processes influence our actions and decisions without our conscious realization. Think of the unconscious mind as an iceberg, with only a small portion visible above the water (conscious awareness), while the vast majority remains submerged beneath (unconscious).
The unconscious mind greatly influences the conscious mind’s belief system. Beliefs, which are assumptions or convictions about reality, are often deeply rooted in the unconscious.
A happy family on a bed while cradling their baby.
Our experiences, upbringing, and cultural influences contribute to the formation of beliefs that shape our perceptions and reactions to the world. For example, if someone grows up hearing that they are not good enough, this belief can become ingrained in their unconscious and affect their self-esteem and choices.
The relationship between the unconscious and conscious mind is dynamic. While the conscious mind makes deliberate decisions, the unconscious mind can impact these decisions by filtering information, triggering emotional responses, and even introducing biases.
Sometimes, individuals may not fully understand why they feel a certain way or make certain choices; this can be attributed to the influence of the unconscious mind.
Recognizing the importance of the unconscious mind is crucial for personal growth and therapeutic interventions.
Techniques like psychoanalysis and hypnotherapy aim to bring unconscious thoughts to consciousness, allowing individuals to understand and potentially modify deep-seated beliefs that may be hindering their well-being.
SleepTalk is a similar technique to hypnosis, that like hypnosis, it allows direct communication with the child’ unconscious mind. But unlike hypnosis, there is no need for the parent to allow a hypnotist to interact directly with their children.
SleepTalk is Substance Free, Safe and Ethical
The SleepTalk method is that it is substance-free, safe, and ethical process for parents to use in the safety and comfort of their own home while their child or children are asleep and it’s easy to apply.
SleepTalk allows the subconscious mind of a child to redefine its belief structure and accept alternate positive suggestions, which upon awakening becomes their truth and reality.
SleepTalk method is a process for every parent who wants their children to reach their full potential, and to re-affirm their love to their children. SleepTalk is about teaching parents to work with their own children while they sleep and when they awaken children have a more positive mind set.
And SleepTalk is as simple as reading a short 88 word script and children will listen without question or rejection. It only takes parents about 2 or 3 minutes per evening and the suggestions will bring lasting changes last for life.
Parents Talk and Children Listen
Positive feedback has been received for issues dealing with aggression, behaviour management, stress, fear, anxiety and trauma.
The SleepTalk Method is particularly helpful when dealing with issues around education and study, co-operation and concentration.
Health issues also respond in a positive manner, such as asthma, bed-wetting, nail biting and speech. It also covers and assists families concerned about sibling rivalry, negative communications and school refusal.
Ulimately, SleepTalk is about developing a child’s emotional resilience and self esteem.
It is much better than taking your child to a hypnotherapist and if you are considering hypnotherapy you could first try a free hypnosis script.
Not all children need this process but it’s a given that they will all benefit from it.
SleepTalk gives children the best possible start in life of feeling loved, lovable and confident within themselves.