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8 Sep 2015

Miraculous Healing Technique For Injuries

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Miraculous Healing Technique For Injuries

A simple mental technique for relieving the pain and suffering caused by accidental injuries.

When a physically traumatic injury such as a cut, sprMiraculous Healingain, or pain resulting from an auto accident or a fall occurs, often the nagging pain is a result of the shock of the incident. When the unconscious mind understands how to prevent this kind of injury instant relief of limiting stiffness and pain occurs. Thus the resulting pain is a reminder that such learning is needed. To establish this learning of prevention in an injured patient will result in instant relief of limiting stiffness and pain.

The process of the traumatic injury relief pattern is a result of NLP developers modeling the healing capabilities of a Peruvian Shaman, and combining them with the long standing phobia cure model developed by Dr. Richard Bandler, the originator of NLP. The process is a simple one and will likely only take about 20 minutes to complete. The process is as follows:
1. The first step to this process is to make sure the injured person has been seen by a qualified medical practitioner to make sure that all appropriate medical treatment of the injury has been completed.

2. The next step is to have the patient establish an observer position. This can be done quite simply by asking the patient to replay the memory of the incident as if they were watching it happen on a movie screen, and they themselves are sitting in the projection booth of the theater. Once this observer position has been accomplished, then the patient should view the incident as a black and white movie from the moment before the actual trauma occurred, all the way past the end of it. In this step the patient should notice where their error occurred. Have them notice and tell you what slight adjustment in behavior they could have made that would have avoided the accident. This adjustment should be the slightest adjustment necessary to prevent the accident.

3. Now let’s alter the associations the patient’s brain has made regarding the original memory. The third step is to have the patient associate into the last frame of the movie (after the unpleasantness). Associate means the patient is mentally observing the memory of the accident from the first person perspective, the same perspective they originally experienced it. Have the patient reexperience this accident backwards, in color, fully associated and running the memory backwards very quickly. Have them run the memory backwards in 2 seconds or less. Speed is important. Have them feel their body moving backwards through the event.

4. Test by asking the patient how they feel. It may be useful to re-experience the situation more than one time backwards. Note: the process so far was originally developed by Dr. Richard Bandler for resolving phobias. This process will remove the emotional and possibly physical feelings associated with the accident, however does not add resources.

5. Now have the patient mentally rehearse the incident again from an associated viewpoint, 8 to 12 times (start fresh each time) forward in real time. However this time, have them imagine the event happening differently using the preventative behavior they learned in step two. Have them invent a new experience using what they learned noticing where they could have been hurt, but weren’t.

6. The final step involves accessing various areas of the patient’s nervous system with the use of their eyes. NLP practitioners have been aware for a long time that our eyes move to access various storage locations in the mind to recall past experiences. There are six major sections of the mind broken down into visual, auditory and kinesthetic storage locations. Our life experiences are divided up and are stored in these different locations.

Watching the eyes and where they move allows a NLP practitioner to know what internal processes a client is using to represent their current experience. The eyes can also be used to gather stored resourceful experiences that can solve client problems. In the case of traumatic injury, a patient may only be accessing one or two sections of their nervous system to find relief from their accident. The answer to resolving it may lie in a different experience stored in a different location of the mind. The next part of this pattern helps the patient scan for more resources in their own mind.

While the patient thinks about the traumatic event, have them follow your index finger with their eyes as you move it in a figure eight pattern in front of their eyes. Make sure you are moving your finger in an upward movement when crossing the mid-line of the figure eight. Sometimes people get dizzy or nauseous when there is a downward movement.

I know you will find this to be an amazing therapeutic process for those you are helping to recover from a traumatic injury. If you’re not a medical doctor, I suggest you have the client seek a doctor’s advice prior to performing this pattern. Once you are sure that needed attention has been provided, use this pattern and it will remove most if not all limitations normally associated with recovery of traumatic injuries.

Michael Bennett is a master practitioner and trainer of NLP Life Coaching and Hypnotherapy, licensed and certified through the Society of NLP. He operates a school for teaching these disciplines to health professionals and persons interested in improving the quality of their lives.

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