Are you sabotaging yourself?

Everyone does it sometimes. Some do it regularly, others at critical moments in the life.  Self sabotage.  Also known as ‘shooting yourself in the foot’, procrastination or putting obstacles in your own path.  It’s like a virus on the hard drive of a computer.


What is self sabotage? Self-sabotage is when you know what to do, yet you don’t do it. Or you don’t think through the consequences of your actions to end up with the results you want.

Do you go on diets, start to lose weight and then find yourself deliberately eating some calorie rich snack even though you know it will undo all the great progress you’ve made?  Do you desperately want to be healthy and yet find yourself prone to accidents or illness? These are just two of many examples of how people sabotage their health.  They are reoccurring patterns of mishaps – physical, emotional, nutritional and so on.


A sabotage program is always triggered by a survival adaptation.  Sometime in the past, most often in your childhood, a stressful situation occurred and you responded either out of fear or anger.  How you judged this situation became a locked pattern of behaviour in your mind and it no longer serves you because it often runs against your conscious desires.  For some people itcan end up governing their life.

Sabotage programs inhibit the healing process. They act powerfully while hidden but fade away quickly once revealed and balanced.


In a PKP kinesiology balance I not only check whether a sabotage program is on board but I also find out when it started and use a specific technique to clear it at the causal time.  This is a powerful correction which frees up a huge amount of life energy to help my client’s work towards their goals, and achieve the life they want.

I never stop being amazed by what comes up for clients and how relevant it is to them.  Take for example one client who I was seeing.  At the start of one of our sessions we had joked about her tendency to apologise for everything.  She had a tendency to apologise for things that were not her fault or had control over.  She always wanted to please people.  When clearing sabotages relating to her career the sabotage that showed up for her was “My life is not an apology”.  We were both awestruck with how relevant this was, and once cleared, she was able to move forward in her life and do the things that were important to her without the need to apologise to others.  She found this incredibly empowering.


Clearing a sabotage program is always an exciting and humbling process because I know my client will be liberated – it allows them to get on with their life in the way they were meant to, and most importantly, how they would like to live it.


Are you carrying any sabotage programs?