I’m sharing a Dr. George Pratt video again today. I am so confident in his techniques (which are a lot like my PSYCH-K® training), that I want to immerse you in the introductory portion of this fabulous healing modality.
If you are dealing with an emotional trauma (divorce, fight with your significant other, break-up with a boyfriend, etc.), get grounded by trying this technique. It’s simple and I am hopeful you will be able to tell the difference from the moment you experience a traumatic interaction to the moment you end this exercise.
Isn’t it funny that we think we’ll attack our relationship issues different the next time they happen, only to find out we keep repeating the same patterns over and over again. Nothing ever really changes.
Again, in my out-of-the-box fashion, just try this and see if it works. Not every technique I share with you will work for you.
Because there is a possibility that the setting for these videos isn’t always done correctly or in the right environment, I encourage you to always consider getting proper training in these techniques.
Listen to the Youtube video at the bottom of this blog. To make your practice of this technique easier, I’ve given you a “draft” script below that outlines the exercises he performs on the video.
Until tomorrow, I’ll see you right back here for one more Youtube video with Dr. George Pratt on energy psychology . . . it’s an aha moment video and one you won’t want to miss!
I send you my blessings and wishes for a prosperous and abundant day.
He calls this exercise the Balanced Breathing position. Get into the sitting position he recommends (also popular with PSYCH-K® ); however, Dr. Pratt uses a very different method than PSYCH-K® to prepare for this sitting position.
He asks the client to close her eyes and imagine a beautiful scene as she places her tongue in the roof of her mouth and inhales. She is then asked to exhale as she releases her tongue from the roof of her mouth.
Next, he says to her, “If you feel detached from yourself during an emotional moment/situation, place one hand on your forehead and one hand on the back of your head. Close your eyes and imagine that you are connected to the center of the earth from near your belly button . . . and imagine that you are connected to the earth’s core.”
This position is very easy to do in the heat of an argument. It seems to be a natural position some people take when they are upset and in the middle of the argument.
To visualize the belly button position, it is the internal point behind the belly button, and also referred to as the HARA point (for more information, review my blog of April 6, 2011, A Week of Techniques – Technique #3 HARA – Connect with Your Power and Purpose) .
Now, he asks her to tap two fingers on both sides of the outside of her eyes; then tap the inside area of both of her eyebrows. He follows this tapping by asking her to tap underneath each of her eyes, and then tap on the middle of her chin.
Again, he asks her to inhale and exhale out all the things that she doesn’t want. Say to yourself something like this (it does not have to be verbatim):
“So healer, just, please, bringing everything into a healing balance regarding everything that’s in the healing basket; just move towards wholeness; healing and releasing any old software programs that are no longer relevant or beneficial.”
The next step that Dr. Pratt recommends is called the Global Connection. He then asks the client to close her eyes and begin to rub her lymph node area in a clockwise fashion as she hears these words, or says these words aloud:
“I deeply accept myself even as I believe the positive more deeply, and I’m going to do it now.”
Then he asks her to tap the end of her eyebrows again, and begin seeing how she wants her life to be by feeling strong, empowered and capable.
He continues by saying, “Healing the heart with new opportunities.”
He wraps up this exercise with asking her to tap her index fingers together while she sees what she wants. One scenario might be: calm, centered, balanced, happy, new possibilities, healthy, joyful and connected.
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