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Mountain Mantras: Wellness and Life Lessons

Dec 17, 2019

In this episode, we continue our exploration of the application of Brainspotting modality as we discuss applications such as Brainspotting for abundance, Brainspotting for ancestral trauma, and more.

My guest is Nancy Tung, an international Brainspotting trainer, consultant, and coach. Read more about Nancy and follow the links to her practice below.

Brainspotting is a modality discovered by Dr. David Grand. Please visit to learn more.

For this episode, we have four mantras, two key questions, and a group meditation exercise.

Mantra #1: Abundance is both quantifiable and non-quantifiable; both are important to happiness in life

Mantra #2: Set your goals with a focus on mindset

Mantra #3: Recognize that mindset goals might have to do with overcoming generational issues (not just what you’ve experienced in your own lifetime)

Mantra #4: Limiting beliefs can be at an ancestral level (and they can be overcome through modalities such as Brainspotting which address the mind-body system)

Question 1: Write down your biggest fear

Question 2: Notice what symptoms you have suffered since childhood.

More about Nancy Tung

Nancy has been in the health profession in the past 40 years, ranging from medical/surgical nursing, intensive neonatal/pediatric nursing, to anesthesia and outpatient surgery nursing. She immersed herself in energy healing modalities since 2000, has extensive training in Jin Shin Do Body-Mind Acupressure, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), Mental Field Therapy (MFT), Autonomic Response Testing (ART), Yiren Medical Qigong, Visualization and Meditation, Family and medical systems Constellation, Craniosacral therapy, and Brainspotting.
Nancy is intuitive, knowledgeable, highly effective and efficient in working with chronic symptoms and multi-generational trauma.

Nancy’s website: