What is Emotional Release Therapy?
Mental and Emotional Release Therapy is a clinically researched approach to help you release stress, anxiety, fear and other negative emotions. You will be able to utilize MER to overcome procrastination, depression and phobias.
The MER model has become widely known as the most effective method for creating quick, lasting change for an individual. Combining this with NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) provides an innovative approach to understanding and directing human experience, communication and behavior.
Mental and Emotional Release Therapy was created by applying a therapeutic process to the concept of an internal memory storage system. The result is a collection of techniques which produces long-lasting transformation very quickly-faster than what is currently called Brief Therapy. These powerful MER techniques are becoming the method of choice to make fast, effective, long-term changes in behavior.
History of Emotional Release
Throughout history, humankind has been aware of the passage of time. Aristotle was the first to mention the “stream of time” in his book Physics IV. William James spoke of linear memory storage as early as 1890. Finally, the concept, nearly forgotten, was revived in the late 1970′s by the developers of NLP.
How can Emotional Release Therapy help you?
After doing emotional release, the body can renew itself, increasing the flow of energy throughout the body and releasing those elements that can cause dysfunction or dis-ease. The ultimate purpose is to remove stress that’s inhibiting the body and mind from healing. Emotional stresses are not just stored in the mind, but they are also stored in the tissues of the body, and can impair function. Releasing stored stress can help individuals improve all areas of life, such as: