NeuroEmotional Technique (NET)
Your subconscious mind records everything that ever happened to you from the time of conception to the present moment and stores that information in files like a computer. Every negative event gets stored in your cells. Sometimes these old unconscious wounds get triggered years later and they manifest as physical pain. NET is a quick and effective way to determine where the original source of the problem is coming from.
Using a kind of muscle testing we are able to determine if there is an emotional component to the physical pain. Once that is identified, we can determine which acupuncture meridian is storing that emotion. Each meridian is associated with certain physical imbalances as well as emotional states. For example, the stomach meridian is associated with self-esteem. A healthy liver meridian is associated with happiness. An unhealthy liver meridian is associated with anger, frustration, and resentment. Using muscle testing, we figure out which emotion is being triggered. Once the emotion is determined, we can figure out why the person feels the way they do and then muscle test back to the original source of the problem. NET helps you find the original source of the issue and frees that up through a three step process. Most often the original pain they came in with is very much reduced or gone, the body heals, and it is immediate.
NeuroEmotional Technique (NET) is a bio-energetic healing modality that was developed in the 1980’s by Dr. Scott Walker to resolve and delete these old negative files and re-boot the body so the person can feel free, more energetic and alive. NET is an amalgamation of many principles taught in chiropractic colleges and other universities. NET utilizes Manual Muscle Testing (akin to, but not the same as, Applied Kinesiology), the physiology of emotions (based on the groundbreaking research of Dr. Candice Pert), Pavlovian Response, Acupuncture meridian correlations, Repetition Compulsion, and memory and physiological response (including Semantic Response).
NeuroEmotional Technique is my favorite tool in the whole world to clear emotions that manifest as physical pain and also to help patients ‘detox’ their mind of negative beliefs, worries, fears, that keep them stuck and unable to experience their true potential.
Take the Wellness Test
This can show us any underlying weaknesses. If you would like an NET session, please click on the image to fill out the questionnaire and email your results to email@example.com.
Here is a wonderful example of NET in action. I had a patient with hip pain that did not let up after three chiropractic adjustments. I knew there was something else going on in her body. I mentioned to her about a technique I use called NET to evaluate if there might be an unresolved emotional issue stuck in her hip which was not allowing the pain to resolve. Through muscle testing it was determined that there was an emotional component. We call this a neuro-emotional component or NEC. Using the NET manual muscle testing protocol it was determined that she was holding fear in her hip. I asked her what she was afraid of and she related to me that she was about to get married and we looked at why this might be bringing up fear.
We went back in her history and determined an original fear. Once we identified the original fear I followed the NET protocol to ‘rewire’ the neuro-emotional pathway or NEC to extinguish or resolve the original fear. The pain in her hip went away immediately and I am happy to report this patient is very happily married. We have found NET to be extremely helpful in resolving pain, releasing old beliefs that no longer serve you allowing you to move forward in your life, clearing stuck emotions around anger, low self esteem, fear, finances, career, and emotional conflicts in relationship with self and others.
We have found NET to be extremely helpful in resolving pain, releasing old beliefs, clearing stuck emotions around anger, low self esteem, fear, finances, career, and emotional conflicts in relationship with self and others.
For more information on NET, please visit Dr. Walker’s website at www.netmindbody.com