More information about the methods used in the Skinny Genes Program
What is Emotional Freedom Technique?
Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) is an emotional, needle free version of acupuncture that is based on new discoveries regarding the connection between your body’s subtle energies, your emotions, and your health. It was discovered in 1981 my Dr. Roger Callahan a cognitive psychologist and Gary Craig. It is based on clinical psychology and acupressure. It quickly and effectively conquers phobias, anxiety, stress, compulsions, and addictions by literally tapping on specific acupressure points while saying simple affirmations. The process is easy to memorize and is portable so you can do it anywhere. EFT has been reported successful in thousands of cases covering a huge range of emotional, health and performance issues.
What is (EMDR) Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing?
EMDR is a natural, safe way to release stress and trauma. EMDR simulates REM sleep, your body’s own natural release system. This powerful quick release happens without reliving the trauma. Accessing the whole mind/body system while in an awake state allows you to be in control of your own journey. EMDR empowers individuals to live a happy, productive life by releasing negative belief systems, negative thought forms, and emotions—all of which contribute to emotional stress.
What Makes EMDR Work?
EMDR, physiologically and psychologically, opens up the neuropath ways where the memories of our personal and inherited traumatic experiences are trapped. Neurons in the brain stem switch on the same way they do in REM sleep, causing communication at the cellular level throughout the body. Energy confined at the cellular level by emotional or physical trauma is thus accessed allowing energy discharge through a fast eye blinking process. Clients release issues and emotions at a comfortable rate without reliving incidents.
What is Neurolinguistic Reprogramming?
Neurolingustic Reprogramming is a general approach to modeling human behavior, aiding personal growth, and assisting in communication. It was developed in the early 1970s as a set of techniques derived from behaviors observed in effective psychotherapists, and since then, it has been generalized and utilized in a wide range of fields. The term refers to the three areas that Neurolingustic Reprogramming sees as giving birth to the subjective experience: the mind, language patterns, and the programming that organizes our perceptions and thoughts.
Neurolingustic Reprogramming is a way of approaching personal development, and it can be extended to improve one’s interpersonal skills. In essence, it gives people a set of tools through which they can live richer, fuller lives, drawing on observed behaviors from others to deduce what these tools might be. It allows you to change, adopt or eliminate behaviors, as you desire, and gives you the ability to choose your mental, emotional, and physical states of well-being.