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  • Writer's pictureRosh Dahya

Anxiety & The Butterfly Effect

The butterfly effect is the idea that small things can have a massive impact on everything else going forward. The concept is imagined with a butterfly flapping its wings and causing a typhoon.

Of course, a single act like the butterfly flapping its wings cannot cause a typhoon. Small events can, however, serve as catalysts that act on starting conditions and what is experienced in our lives.

Many will have seen the movie - a story of Evan Treborn, who tries to race against time to alter past events and delete the horrific events of his childhood. This movie emphasizes that a minor change in the past can erase all the horrific things that have happened in the past.


All of us have a massive personal warehouse that stores all of our memories of the experiences we have ever lived. These memories come to us all the time in our present and are triggered by things we are doing now that remind us of things from the past.

What happens when we are put into some kind of perceived danger or fear something in the future? Anxiety kicks in. Stress. Heart Palpitations. Shaking. Nervousness and all these kinds of physical symptoms. Our mind is now racing like crazy. If we don’t find a way to get out of the danger we keep experiencing all of these symptoms.

If its extremely traumatic there’s a part of us that quickly puts a block in our conscious just before the most intense part of it. It happens so quick in a split moment that its almost as if it didn’t occur. Nevertheless, the imprint of it still remains somewhere in our system….

Just like the Butterfly Effect, our vibes ripple out into the future and echo back to us experiences that are in sync with this Anxious Vibe impacting our lives going forward.

In the experience of myself along with my colleagues in this industry, this has been identified as a central theme in the clients we work with to release Anxiety.

When we are happy and thriving, generally our days and weeks continue to repeat this pattern. We seem to remember memories of happier times in the past instead of negative anxious ones. This allows us to feel happier and joyful experiences in the present. Again here we are experiencing The Butterfly Effect in action.

The problem arises when for whatever reason, we can’t seem to remember certain things that are affecting us now. If a vital experience happened in early childhood or even as far back as while in our Mother’s womb then clearly there is little to no chance of changing how our body and mind is reacting to it even now in our present.

With the incredible techniques we use with our clients, we are able to gently and naturally identify these experiences. Better yet we can change them and ripple out a forever changed perspective to our clients entire past & future. Its like our storehouse of memories is upgraded to a fancy new mansion with all new furnishings. This upgrade allows the clients present & future to be forever changed.

Some recent breakthroughs have led to a new and profound approach we are also sharing with our clients which is to simply shift the client to an elevated space where the opposite state of Anxiety is recognised & integrated forever rippling out into the transformed present and future of our clients.

Profound techniques for Enhanced & Expanded Awareness means we have opened the doors and increased the opportunities we have available to us in our life. Once we have learned to walk and run, there’s not much need to crawl around on the floor or visit memories of ourselves as kids crawling everytime we want to walk and run as our grown up selves.

Just like a car engine, if one small thing breaks down, the entire car and its usefulness is impacted. Left alone, the small thing eventually becomes lots of small things and then a big thing.

Better to upgrade the engine for a more powerful performance.

We would love to serve you in releasing & transcending Anxiety.

“A very small cause which escapes our notice determines a considerable effect that we cannot fail to see, and then we say the effect is due to chance. If we knew exactly the laws of nature and the situation of the universe at the initial moment, we could predict exactly the situation of that same universe at a succeeding moment.” — Jules Henri Poincaré (1854–1912)


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