NeuroEmotional Technique

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NeuroEmotional Technique (NET) is a valuable therapeutic tool that helps the practitioner find unresolved trauma and stored patterns of stress that can interrupt the body’s natural ability to heal itself. Once identified, NET assists the body to resolve or integrate the stress through a simple corrective process.

So, NET is a mind-body approach to help stress-related conditions. Although management of stress is typically associated with psychotherapy and counselling which involve talking about problems, which certainly can be helpful, NET specifically works with the ‘physiology’ of emotional stress/responses.

Contemporary neuroscience has demonstrated that our emotions and stress responses are predominantly related to a physiological response in our bodies. Of particular note is the work of Dr. Candace Pert, PhD, who demonstrated that neuropeptides form the molecular basis of emotion.


What are the Benefits of Neuro Emotional Technique?
By identifying unresolved emotions stored in the body, NET is able to shift patterned thoughts and behaviour stored in the client’s subconscious mind that hinder them from progressing in life. Addressing the root cause of these emotional blocks may help address a range of stress-related physical conditions such as:

  • Body pains
  • Headaches or migraines
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Organ dysfunctions
  • Fears and phobias
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Sleep issues

It should be remembered that NET is not a cure but rather a tool that helps remove blocks to the body’s natural health and wellbeing, allowing it to heal itself naturally.

Is Neuro Emotional Technique Safe?
NET is not only safe but an extremely effective tool for resolving a variety of health problems that are deeply rooted in emotional stressors. Anyone, even children and elderly folks, can benefit from this modality so long as they are capable of communicating their feelings.

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