Neuro Emotional Balancing
Have you ever felt butterflies in your stomach before a speech? Have you referred to something as a “pain in the neck?” Have you ever felt a “lump in your throat?” Clearly emotions happen in our body, not just our brain.
If stress is causing you to experience a weakened state, everyday emotional responses may not fully resolve as they naturally should. Later in our lives, when we experience a similar situation, an old emotional response can kick in.
All emotional responses will affect the body in one way or another, for positive (the feeling of love will cause the body to release different hormones, increase heart rate, etc.) or for negative as described below.
People used to think that emotions reside entirely in their brain. The “mind-body” connection, although not well understood in western medicine, has been well documented to be real. For instance, most people have experienced that a bad day at work can trigger a headache. Most people understand that a bad month at work can bring on an ulcer; a bad year at work can cause high blood pressure or even a heart attack. These are all examples of how emotional stress can cause even serious illness.
For thousands of years Traditional Chinese Medicine has observed that every organ system has a related set of emotions. The mind-body connection is an essential part of their treatment protocols.
When your nervous system is having a hard time compensating for stress, the normal physical response to an emotional state may continue even after the emotional event is over.
For example: One month ago, you are fired from your job. During the same time period, you were not getting enough sleep, your oldest child left home for college, and you found out that you owed Uncle Sam back taxes. The normal physical response to losing your job might be for your blood pressure to go up. By the time you get home, process what happened and start to relax, your blood pressure should return to normal. But in this time, because of all the other stress you are trying to compensate for, your nervous system continues to respond to getting fired, even after the initial shock is over. Day after day your blood pressure continues to rise. A few months later, that old job is in the past. you found a new better job, all the taxes are paid, little Johny is on the Deans list and you can now sleep eight hours straight every night, but your blood pressure is through the roof. Your medical doctor is very concerned and wants you to take medication to lower your blood pressure for the rest of your life.
We rarely see the link between a past emotional event and our present health issue. This is where Neuro Emotional Balancing is crucial . Neuro Emotional Balancing can help identify an old unresolved event (real or imagined) and help your body release its lingering emotional response. For good!
Neuro Emotional Balancing can find unresolved, negatively-charged emotional memories that are stored in your body and help your nervous system to stop responding to them in an inappropriate and harmful way. It’s fast, it’s fun, and it can dramatically improve your health.
The process involves recalling and picturing a particular event. This emotional recall will stress a specific nervous system circuit. (link to stress response analysis) If the nervous system cannot compensate for this emotional stress, (link to stress) the circuit will weaken and be reflected in a change in muscle strength (link to Stress Response Analysis).
The correction involves retraining your nervous system to stop responding to the past emotional event. We do this through a quick and gentle acupressure technique. It’s that simple!
After the correction, many patients report feeling that a heavy weight has been lifted from their shoulders. If things become too personal or uncomfortable during the process, just say the word and the session can end safely. You are always in control.
Neuro Emotional Balancing is safe and effective, and is a natural way to instantly resolve long-standing health problems by resolving the emotional components that accompany the physical symptoms.