Emotional release therapy (ERT) is a type of energy healing that has become well-known as one of the most effective ways to bring about rapid and enduring change in someone’s life. It entails both the mind and the body releasing and conquering blocked emotions like anger, sadness, guilt, grief, and hurt.
What is emotional release therapy?
Emotional Release is a method of releasing the effects of past distress experiences by teaching people how to share meaningful aid with one another. The idea itself is a representation of what a human being can be in terms of their interactions with other people and their surroundings. The theory holds that everyone is born with tremendous intellectual potential, natural empowerment, and love, but that these qualities have become blocked and obscured in adults as a result of accumulated distressing experiences (fear, hurt, loss, pain, anger, embarrassment, and so on) that may begin early in life.
Emotional Release Therapy can be used to cultivate positive thinking, to overcome concerns that may prevent aspirations from becoming reality, and to promote a general sense of well-being. Many people who previously felt trapped by certain situations or thought processes report feelings of overwhelming emancipation following Emotional Release Therapy.
This method aids in the discharge of unresolved negative emotions and limiting beliefs that have been present for a long time or have recently surfaced. Depression, grief, anger, sadness, and fear may all be resolved and released, allowing you to experience freedom, calmness, and the ability to effectively regain control of your emotions.
What happens during emotional release therapy?
Each session begins with an empathy dialogue, in which we discover how you want to feel and react to bad emotions in your life.
Then we use muscle testing to determine what the dominant emotion is, and then we look for the first time that feeling appeared in your life, as well as the previous belief system that accompanied it.
Then we do some deep breathing and “forgiveness statements,” which is the process of letting go of negative past experiences, suffering, and feelings of inadequacy.
The sessions should leave you feeling liberated, at peace, and at ease. Muscle testing is used in this successful way to bypass the conscious mind and go straight to the subconscious mind.
Emotional Release Therapy is a simple and effective way to release trapped negative energy. This is a highly effective way to overcome discomfort, self-sabotage, emotional issues, and all types of malfunction and disease, including pain, anger, melancholy, chronic exhaustion, PTSD, phobias, and panic attacks.
Who is emotional release therapy suitable for?
Emotional release therapy is for anyone who is having trouble resolving emotional pain, trauma, or irritation. We frequently have no idea where these feelings come from or why they appear. Emotional release therapy is a technique for uncovering past events that are keeping your body bound in old habits and allowing you to let them go. This therapy can help people of all ages who are suffering from:
- Control Loss
- Adoption trauma
- Death of a Friend or Family Member
- Those experiencing Life Transitions
- A feeling of dissatisfaction with oneself or others
What are the ideal outcomes of emotional release therapy?
In most cases, a thirty-minute session will allow you to identify and release roughly five to ten stored emotions. This is normal, although your body may only let you release two or three emotions in a single session, which is just fine.
When your body has released everything it can in a session, you may feel fatigued or even exhausted for a short period of time since your mind and body is processing and is overloaded. When it happens, you’re finished for the time being, at least until the next session. This normally takes 1-2 days, however, for some people it can take up to 4 or 5 days. During your session, your practitioner will assist you in discovering these answers.
The processes and results of this therapy may differ dramatically between clients. It all depends on the person and their past experiences. However, the vast majority of clients that have undertaken this therapy have reported feelings of ease, relief, comfort and newfound empowerment and confidence.