I saw the angel in the marble and
carved until I set him free.
Life is better and brain changes with NET
Neuro-Emotional Technique (NET)
Fear, anger, grief and a host of other emotions can sometimes negatively affect us long after the original event that caused them has passed. When our body fails to let go of these emotions we can find ourselves with unexplained aversions, self-sabotaging behaviors, destructive beliefs, phobias and many chronic physical problems.
What is NET?
Neuro-Emotional Technique®, or NET, is a safe and effective way to resolve long-standing issues that have an emotional component. This cutting-edge Mind-Body practice brings together insight from classical psychology, neurology, Chinese medicine and chiropractics to free the body of emotional blocks and clear the path to physical and emotional health.
When is NET necessary?
NET is necessary when physiological responses of our body prevent us from acting in the way that is consistent with our goals. Often, clients seek help because they find themselves ”stuck”—uncomfortable or unable to reach a particular goal. This goal-limiting discomfort may be manifested in a range of ways: from chronic headaches, to stress, to resistance and fear. The closer one gets to their goal, the more these reactions can hold them back. Typically, there is an emotionally charged issue involved, even if the client is only aware of the physical aspect of their problem.
How does NET work?
Neuro-Emotional Technique uses your own powerful mind, directing it to unlearn or weaken ineffective patterns and bad habits— effectively carving away antiquated patterns to reveal your true inner self. We can then use medical hypnosis and guided imagery to reshape your brain for a more effective way of handling your life. The result is that your actions begin to match your intentions, and your goals become achievable.
New research at Jeffereson University has shown that NET not only changes clinical outcomes by reducing stress, but also changes the brains connectivity in real ways that can be seen in neuro-imaging studies.