Basic emotions such as fear, anger, sadness, stress, and many others can have detrimental effects on our health if they do not resolve properly. “Stuck emotions” can negatively affect our behaviour, our belief system, and even our physical well being.
Where Do You Store Your Emotions?
Have you ever been so nervous you can hardly eat a thing? Or just the opposite, you are so nervous that you can’t stop eating? Maybe stress causes you to be constipated or some people may feel the opposite.
If you’ve ever heard the expression, “I feel as though a heavy weight has been lifted off my chest…or the weight lifted off my shoulders.” You know what it feels like and how it can be felt in different areas of the body. We’ve all felt it at one time or another but what happens when we feel it all the time? What if the feeling (emotion) doesn’t lift?
That is where NET can help. NeuroEmotional Technique (NET) is a form of applied kinesiology that has helped thousands of people to “let go” of “stuck emotions”.
These examples illustrate that emotions, the feelings we feel, can reside in other parts of the body besides the brain. Hence, for a person to heal fully, emotional healing can be a vital necessity.
Addressing Emotional Health
NeuroEmotional Technique (NET) helps people to “let go” of “stuck emotions” which then opens the door for healing on the mental as well as the physical level, as these two levels are intricately connected.
Dr. Cindy helps patients identify and “let go” of stuck emotional events that are associated with physical illness. The benefit is a whole new level of improved health and vitality. Using a simple muscle test, Dr. Cindy can find out which part of your nervous system is holding the “stuck emotion” and work with you to help the body “let go” of that “stuck emotion”.
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NET Research Studies
Changes in cerebellar functional connectivity and autonomic regulation in cancer patients treated with the Neuro Emotional Technique for traumatic stress symptoms. Monti DA, Tobia A, Stoner M, Wintering N, Matthews M, Conklin CJ, Mohamed FB, Chervoneva I, Newberg AB. J Cancer Surviv. 2018 Feb;12(1):145-153. doi: 10.1007/s11764-017-0653-9. Epub 2017 Oct 19.PMID: 29052102