Nic Wood – Mind Coach

Connecting You with Your Mind

 In a time when we are becoming more aware of Mental Health and the impact it has over our whole life a greater number of people are reaching out for help.  

Whether this is for overcoming problems or to enhance and improve from their current state, it is becoming more important for people to begin taking control back of their lives. 

Information is Knowledge, ‘Knowledge is Power’ and the more information you have on how your mind works the more power and control you will have in acting and being the 

person you want to be.

Taking the first step in any direction can be a huge leap.  And sometimes it’s difficult to know which way to turn, so many choices, so much information out there.

Perhaps you’re looking for yourself or for someone else, either way a simple message is a start, a good start.  If you’re curious, even if you don’t quite know what you want yet, thats ok, get in touch in your own way. 

I help people get through tough times and so much more.

 Whats written below describes in more detail how i work.  You may want this information or you may just want a bit of time to get to get to grips with the idea of doing something to begin making changes.  Sometimes just asking for help can be the game changer.


As a Mind Coach using iSwipe I educate and guide in How Your Mind Works drawing on your body language to convey your below conscious communication back to you.  This causes an interruption of neurology, old subconscious patterns, which causes you to change naturally in an upbeat, interesting and light way.  This can also open up learnings as to what is driving any destructive behaviours on a below conscious level.  This educational based approach is all done in a conversation and has been developed to effectively treat a myriad of mental, physical and behavioural conditions in a fraction of time when compared to other conventional methods.

95% of clients noticed an improvement in symptoms in 3 sessions

‘The Screen’ – The Hudson Mind Theory© (HMT)

The Screen’ The term coined by Matt Hudson to help people understand and get to grips with where we store information in our minds.  Our Biofield, this is what we subconsciously respond to which allows us to interact in life as human beings.  The most current up to date science is showing that our mind is outside of us.  This means memories, information, experiences, all our life’s ‘happenings’ are stored in a Biofield outside of us.  All this information could be simply called ‘learnings’ because it allows us to interact with world and others around us.  These learnings are continually being referred to and replayed in our minds, outside of us, giving us this ability to function and interact.  Problems arise when these experiences are stored with an emotion.  These are know as Emotional Memory Images (EMI’s) and they can be limiting, preventing us from thriving and developing in life.  They cause us to stay stuck and can lead to many of the following common conditions.

Memories can be linked with all the emotions we experience but it’s the memories that are perceived as a trauma that will often be the root cause of our problems.  A trauma is simply put a memory linked with a negative emotion, an Emotional Memory Image (EMI).  This could be an incident in the past that was a threat to our survival, a situation that we didn’t understand or felt helpless in. If these memories have not been processed, understood, resolved (how ever we could be choosing to word it) by the subconscious mind, it will still be repeating and playing on our screen influencing our thoughts and actions.  And because it is coming from the outside in, this means the memory has the ability to trigger our fight or flight mechanism in our brain.  We are firing a fight or flight response in our body from our own thoughts and experiences – HMT

During a session I work with you to gain access to what is causing your problem.  As an iSwipe trained practitioner I observe where you are storing this information in your mind using your body language, and all your below conscious cues and markers.  This brings new information in to you and we can then work to alter and change how or what you are experiencing.  I check in with you moment by moment recalibrating as the changes are happening.  You will be learning how your mind works and what has been driving you on a below conscious level.

The subconscious mind is super fast at communicating and indicates before we vocalise.  So it is the moment of accessing the problem that is most important.

This means the problem doesn’t need to be described in detail, if at all. The more we talk about a problem the more we are bringing it up on our screen which fires up our fight or flight response creating stress in our body.  As we talk about the problem, bringing it into our mind has in itself a physiological effect of shunting blood from our forebrain to our primitive brain, and this means we can not think logically about our problem and simply put we produce more stress hormones.   

Its fascinating watching how the mind is working and so beautiful witnessing the changes.

Want a bit more science?  Below for you……….

The Cerebellum or the small brain is responsible for the regulation of motor movements. Posture, coordination, stability and even speech are linked to this part of the brain that allows all of this information to run smoothly through our muscular activity. Although about 10% of the total weight of the brain it holds over 50% of the brain’s neurons, so it may be an older part of the brain from an evolutionary stance, yet it’s input to our everyday lives is crucial. 

The Amygdala is associated with emotions, pain and pleasure and it drives motivation for both. A simple way to think about the amygdala is as a fear response, if there is any sign of danger the amygdala will act as a turbo booster and thrust the rest of the body into taking action. Sometimes fatigue and lethargy are actions too, as by appearing sick, a predator may leave you alone. 

Brodmann’s Area 19 (BA19) is where raw images from the eyes are first registered and then the information is quickly distributed to other areas of the brain where by meanings can be interpreted about what has been seen. 

Emotional Memory Image (EMI) is an image that holds emotional content that has not yet been processed via Brodmann’s Area 19 

The Screen is the term given to the holographic working space in front of a person. It is here, we hypothesise, that the Emotional Memory Images are stored intact until they are worked with, using the Hudson Mind Theory©, to allow for Brodmann’s Area 19 to disseminate the EMI as it would any other raw images.   

Fight, Flight, Freeze, Flock…  are all the ways the Amygdala can choose to cope with a threat.



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