About the Process

 

 

What is the Process?

Our perception is colored by the beliefs we hold in our mind. These beliefs create our attitudes, emotions, and physiological reactions to the challenges we face in our daily lives. When we revisit our negative beliefs and clear emotional negativity, we open a space for our heart to forgive and heal. Whether you are acutely aware of past trauma in need of healing, or simply interested in releasing stress, Emotional Processing is an adaptable, energetic healing practice that creates life-changing results.

 

 

Who Can Benefit

People from all walks of life, and all ages, have seen positive results from the process. Individuals working with the technique have seen improvement in all areas of life, including:

  • Stress relief
  • Relationships and marriage
  • Parenting
  • Self-esteem and self-worth
  • Career satisfaction
  • Health
  • Financial security
  • General wellbeing

 

The Process

“The process” is the phrase we use to describe the 4-part technique used in an emotional healing session. In each process you will:

  • Revisit past trauma or experiences
  • Recognize and release negative emotions, pain, or toxic beliefs
  • Release negativity
  • Renew your emotional well-being, increasing immune system and increasing the body’s flow of energy

 

Process Details

Each process is lead by a qualified facilitator* in a quiet space in-person or over-the-phone. A typical process for an adult lasts about an hour and a half, children generally an hour or less.

The process feels much like a guided meditation, where your facilitator helps to identify an age to work on. Together, you and the facilitator identify belief patterns, choices, and emotional perceptions at that age. Through languaging and visualization, you and the facilitator release the negative emotions and the patterns of imbalance, coming to a place of healing.

In a process, facilitators may use guided imagery, applied kinesiology (muscle response testing), NLP, chakra work, speaking out feelings, role play, emotional release work, guided visualization and meditation techniques.

*A qualified facilitator will need to have completed the year-long certification program, with a minimum of one hundred processes prior to certification.

 

The Process and Traditional Therapies

Processing can help to support and further the work of those in traditional counseling or therapy. Processing itself is not traditional counseling or therapy, in that it does not include diagnosing or prescribing medication. Instead, processing is associated with psycho-neuro-immunology (PNI). This science focuses on how our thoughts and feelings affect our health.

 

What Others Have to Say About Processing

“The process has been a healing experience for me. I am amazed at how everything came together during the sessions. I learned about my emotions and how to deal with them. I also learned how to forgive others. Now I look for the lessons in all my experiences. Processing has made me a better person.” – SuZann Bonan

“This modality of healing has brought me a whole new realm of information that has positively changed my life. The process has brought me clarity and understanding as to where I was, where I am now, and where I am going, physically, spiritually, and emotionally.” – Nathan Cottle

“I had a wonderful first process. It totally changed my life. The terrible pain in my back went away. I have felt a new lightness in my body and a new awareness of my surroundings. I feel a strength that I have never felt before. I felt a heavy weight leave my chest.” – Elaine Whiting

“Processing has literally changed my life. For the first time in my life I feel that I’m discovering the real me. I now have wings to fly.” – Cheryl Marriott

 

For more information on process details or scheduling, call us at 801.785.5259 or complete the Process Request Form.