“ Knowledge is the door opener, but you have to walk through it with practice.”
- Lisa Wimberger
On Lisa Wimberger’s fifteenth’ birthday, her body was struck by lightning. And from this experience, she learned how to fight through physical trauma on an emotional and energetic level. Through her experiences, she was able to finally cultivate a relationship with her body, further enhancing her relationship between her mind, body, and spirit.
Today, being a survivor of physical trauma, Lisa is fanatically committed to helping people have a better experience in their bodies by understanding better their nervous system through neurosculpting. This process of meditation involves five easy steps to relax the body while focusing the mind for stress regulation, pattern rewiring, and performance optimization
Lisa Wimberger is the founder of the Neurosculpting® Institute and co-founder of the NeuroPraxis App. She holds a Master’s Degree in Education from the University of Stonybrook, NY, and a Foundations Certification in NeuroLeadership. Lisa began her meditation practice at age 12. Hit by lightning at age 15, and clinically dead on multiple occasions, Lisa uses her traumatic experience as a vehicle for transformation.
What we discuss…
02:06: Getting struck by lightning
04:55: Meet Lisa and her story
08:34: Lisa’s experience with getting struck by lightning and the energetic implications
15:20: How do you break through a dissociative process
22:05: The meditation process and the mind-body connection
31:49: How does neurosculpting play into our perception of the world, both emotionally and energetically
35:54: How the pandemic showed people they weren’t as resilient as they thought they were
38:04: The dark-side of the self-development industry
40:46: Helping out other industries and people with this new method
45:30: Have we really evolved out of reptilian?
49:05: What does it mean when Lisa says animals have enough brains to tan their own hide?
51:14: How to recognize you need help
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