People get stuck with a hurt feelings that they replay over and over long after it has occurred. It is as though they keep running into that invisible emotional scarring and responding as though it is still happening to them. Our automatic response of resistance or anger or hurt to these bad feelings is a natural built in mechanism to protect us from getting hurt like this in the future. This is the same mechanism that causes you to jump when you touch a cold stove because somewhere in memory you were once burned touching a hot stove. Without even thinking it through, this automatic mechanism will drive your behavior so that you instantly pull away from the danger of the stove, responding to a previous memory.
What you may not realize, is that your unconscious memories are constantly influencing your behavior and how you feel. So, what you are feeling in any moment may only be coming from the brain file of an old memory. You may think you are super-frustrated with your boss for ordering you around like a child when you are really feeling frustration from age seven when your mom ordered you around with anger and stress. You may think you are crazy for feeling depressed years after a divorce when you are really feeling the loss of your family at age six when your brother died of leukemia and the family was changed forever.
EPTworks has a simple three step system that allows you to quickly
1) Find it.
Identify the original exact memory that keeps playing over and over in your life including your age, the emotions you stored in that memory and the story you told yourself in that memory that limits your life now.
2) Fix it.
You can interrupt the “song” that keeps playing in your life over and over by yourself with tapping or with the loving support of another person with brief magnetic energy placement and simple breathwork.
3) Forgive it.
Every time you open up an old memory or story you told yourself, you have the chance to heal your soul with forgiveness. In EPTworks forgiveness is the most important part of any healing endeavor. Every time you willingly forgive, you make the world a better place.