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Interview with Subconscious Health Practitioner, Paige Frisone

Interview with Subconscious Health Practitioner, Paige Frisone

Interview with Subconscious Health Practitioner, Paige Frisone

Thank you so much for having me today. A little about myself? My name is Paige Frisone and I’m a Subconscious Health Practitioner, International and Award-Winning Impact Speaker, Published Author, and Professional Writer. I help men and women around the globe struggling with depression, anxiety, trauma, and addiction to heal on a cellular (and therefore sustainable) level by locating the root memories and emotions that trigger present-day stress, in order to help them attain and maintain optimal health and wellness. It is my mission to help everyone know that we are designed to heal and capable of it, regardless of limiting beliefs, life experiences, and diagnoses.

Q. Everyone has a story behind the beginning of their business. Why did you start your business?

This question is so big, so let’s jump right into it. I began this business because, quite frankly, I was a casualty of Western medicine. I lost a decade of my life to anorexia, depression, anxiety, ineffective prescription medication, and exercise addiction. These cyclical experiences spent in and out of doctor’s offices, varying levels of hospitalizations, and therapy, eventually made me question why my recovery wasn’t sustaining itself. 

I was forced to look at two of the constant variables in my life: myself and the treatment system at large. Though I had studied trauma and holistic health in school, interned for a clinical herbalist, and experienced various cognitive behavioral models as a long-term client, I found no one was working to address (or heal) the root traumas that got us there in the first place. 

So I started my business once I got clear that subconscious emotional processing was not just the blindspot in my recovery, but the blindspot within the Westernized medical and treatment systems, too. The work I offer now helped me find sustainable recovery at a time when the system that was “supposed to work” didn’t.

I was passionate enough about what I’d discovered—that the body is designed to heal, that 95% of our human experience is subconscious, and that there’s a way to sustainably upgrade our root traumas (both known and unknown)—to launch a business about it.

Using an integrative emotional processing system, consisting of over 14+ modalities, I now help others use their invisible, subconscious brain as tools to co-create a life they truly desire to live.

As you can see, the origin story of this business is not separate from my own healing story, which I love. My professional ‘why’ is forever fueled by a bottomless passion to fill gaps in the current healthcare system and help pave the way toward a hopeful new one.

Q. How are you making an impact with your business or project?

Now five years medication-free, I consider the ways I’m still healing from that period because it informs the ways I work to make an impact presently. Gratefully, I can now serve those more fully and authentically because of it.

I often attract clients who have experienced the negative impacts of psychiatry, therapy, and Westernized treatment protocol in general. Not only can we address the layered traumas that have accumulated from a life of treatment, but we can tend to the original traumas living underneath them.

Time and time again, I’ve witnessed the natural byproduct of healing to be self-empowerment, self-remembrance, and self-regeneration.

Beyond my 1:1 client container, I’ve worked to share my personal story on stages and through writing to inspire as many people as possible. I know how unbearable it is to live life-fighting death, warring with yourself day in and day out. 

For this reason, I’ve just launched my first ever co-authored Women Thrive Vol. II: Inspiring True Stories of Women Overcoming Adversity, which dives deeper into my experience of healing from various traumas into a life of embodied wellness. I wrote it with care and intent to aid the hearts of those seeking someone or something to help them on their way.

This work matters. But the impact can’t entirely be defined by me. It’s defined by the testimonials I receive, the text messages I wake up to, and the gratitudes that come in floods. It comes through the visible reach of what I’m creating and the invisible reach that I’ll never truly know. It’s felt within me and around me—and for that—I’m humbled and grateful.

Q. What’s your best piece of advice for readers who desire to find success in their life? 

This question brings me to values. I know it took me some years to truly solidify my values, but it helps put things in perspective when words like ‘success’ pop up. Success is subjective. It’s different for everyone. I find freedom in that.

For those who desire success in life, I would guide you to play the tape forward, toward what’s unconditional. In other words, when the going gets tough when the chips fall awry, I would ask, What matters to you? Who matters?

If everything you ever thought you needed fell away, what remains? To me, whatever remains is the constant. That is the success. 

As the revered poet Rumi states, “What you seek is seeking you.” You have everything inside of you that you need to be successful. Success isn’t something you become, it’s something you access. It’s something you innately are. If you’re seeking it, it’s seeking you. Go deeper in.

Q. What has been the most impactful decision in your career?

As a kid, I had a million dreams, but I always thought I had to be just one thing. Eventually, (subconsciously), this became the root of a hugely taxing existential crisis in my soul. The most impactful decisions I’ve made in my career was subtle, internal, and covert. I eventually decided not to limit myself to one label, one identity, or one passion. I figured I’d see what happened if I opened the door to infinite possibilities.

I decided to honor my multidimensionality, my creative spirit, and my gifts. The freedom I feel in my business goes unmatched. It’s why I’ve chosen entrepreneurship; not only to take care of my business my way, but to be cared for by it. I remember reading a book once coining the term “multi-passionate entrepreneur”. That was a self-identifying moment for me. 

I will always strive to honor the complexity of not just myself in business, but my clients, too. The beauty of life lives in this complexity. 

No more playing small. No more bending over backward for anyone else. It’s time to be all of you. Finally.

Q. Finally, how can people connect with you if they want to learn more? 

Ah, yes! Let’s definitely connect. You can find more about me and the work I offer at my website, www.innerrealmwellness.life. While you’re there, feel free to claim my free gift to you, a comprehensive affirmation and resource kit for sustained health and wellness. Additionally, I’m active on both Instagram and Facebook @innerrealmwellness, where I work to provide more free resources, content, and inspiration. Don’t hesitate to reach out and introduce yourself. I look forward to connecting.


About the Author

Women Thrive Magazine Author - Paige Frisone

Name: Paige Frisone

Professional Title: Subconscious Health Practitioner

Bio: Paige is a Subconscious Health Practitioner, published writer, poet, and psychosomatic speaker stationed in Boulder, CO. She’s the founder and owner of her integrative practice, Inner Realm Wellness LLC, where she aids clients around the globe in processing trauma and dis-ease on a subconscious and sustainable level. Her work is fueled by losing a decade of her life to anorexia, severe depression, anxiety, self-harm, and ineffective prescription meds.

Website: innerrealmwellness.life 

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