Belief Re-patterning was developed over several years in the 1990’s by educator Suze Casey who literally decided to “teach herself well” by training her subconscious mind to go to the positive as a habit. Once she regained her health and returned to the classroom she discovered the techniques also supported kids with learning challenges. She began studying energy work in earnest attempting to figure out what she had uncovered. Over the next couple of years realized although her technique was solidly based in Educational Learning Theory with bits and pieces from various energy work modalities, what she had pulled together and created was unique – and desperately needed!
- 1999: Suze left her teaching career and built a business enabling her to share her passion – flipping the switch on negative self-talk and supporting others to silence the negative chatter in their own minds so they could live the life they dreamed of living.
- 2001: Suze officially opened a full-time private practice.
- 2002: The term Belief Re-patterning was coined by Suze to describe the specific technique of using patterned statements to shift thoughts.
- 2003: At the urging of her clients, Belief Re-patterning courses began.
- 2004: The first practitioners graduated
- 2012: Hay House Books published Suze’s best selling book Belief Re-patterning: The Amazing Technique for “Flipping the Switch” to Positive Thoughts
- 2012- 2013: “Flipping the Switch with Suze” (Hay House Radio show) went from obscurity to top ten in a record 4 months – a position she held for a year!
- 2013 – 2015: “Flipping the Switch with Suze” continued weekly on CTR Network
- 2015: Learn It – LIVE IT Transformational Seminars established by Suze and her partner, Dr. Phil Hoffmann, to educate large numbers of people in Belief Re-patterning and realize her vision.
Let Suze tell you some of her story in this excerpt from the Preface “I Wish I had an Off-Switch” from the AudioBook version of her book Belief Re-patterning: The Amazing Technique for “Flipping the Switch” to Positive Thoughts (Hay House)
Audio Clip to follow