Challenges in New York

I met Diane at the NextGen Charity event in New York this week and at the after party we started talking about negative emotional disorders. She has been accumulating reparative techniques for more than 20 years.

She said she was very curious about the process and wanted to know more. We set up a time later on Friday and she came over to the hotel after the event was finished.

I told her the basics of how the system works then asked her to work with Ruby who was with us. She took to it very quickly. It is rare that someone understands the process and can use the process that quickly. In fact I have never been able to  train anyone that quickly.

After she worked with Ruby through one cycle, I had her work with Kim who was with us from Sacramento. It was amazing. Diane was able to pin point the challenge and reduce the emotional and logical effects in less than 20 minutes.

When we were through the cycles we talked about how to recognize what the dominant issue is. It’s not as obvious as it might be, so it takes some time to be able to recognize what a person is holding on to.

But in this case, Diane was very quick to pin point each of the primary issues Kim and Ruby were experiencing.


Emotional Challenges

I was in Los Angeles at the Braveheart event and met Kali who is from Australia. We started talking about how we could produce a women’s empowerment day to help her launch her new book.

We started talking about the event and I noticed a particular reaction she had every time we talked about the event being successful. She would look down to her left and not look at me. I asked her if we could work together and she agreed.

I first asked her subconscious whether it was related to her mother or father and the answer was no, as indicated by Applied Kinesiology. Then I realized it was a man so I asked if there was a man who she thought of as an uncle who had betrayed her.

I was not surprised when she answered yes.

After explaining the use of rubbing fingers together to get a rating on the severity of the issue, I asked her to check with her fingers to see the level of the issue. Logically it was a 7 and emotionally it was a 6.

So we worked through it and about 30 minutes later, the reaction to the event was not present in her emotional reactions.

It was amazing to see how her normally pale cheeks where rosy with color and there were visible signs of a more relaxed atmosphere.