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Trauma does not just disappear...

When you experience a traumatic incident, like a car accident, your body keeps a record of it in the nervous system.

Subsequently, every time you drive past the place where the accident happened, you experience immediate neurological activation and reflexive signals like palpitations, hands sweating, anxiety in the chest, etc. Although you may think that you have already dealt with the accident (perhaps mentally, emotionally, and spiritually), these reflexive signals cannot be stopped - It just happens! This may influence your ability to function and live optimally.

The reason why it is so difficult to forget (or even get over) traumatic incidents and continue to experience these emotions and physical sensations is that traumatic incidents have a cognitive, emotional, and sensory impact on a person.

All "triggers" related to such an incident are burned into the brain and continue to trigger emotions and bodily sensations. 
Therefore, people still experience emotions and physical sensations when they talk about or think about a specific incident - 15, 30 or even 50 years after the incident occurred.

But it does not need to be so!
You may think that you have processed a traumatic event on a spiritual, emotional, and mental level, but it has not yet been fully processed before it has also been processed on a physical level.

This is the reason why it is vital to fully experience ALL dimensions of your humanity - not just emotionally, spiritually, and psychologically, but also physically to be fully healed.
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Why is it important to focus on the body?

MLNP™ is a healing process based on researched neuro-scientific principles. These days the world of therapy is bombarded with the latest research from the neuroscience. More discoveries are made of how the brain is functioning. Neuroscience has also proven that problems that other therapies often take years to defuse, can be addressed immediately.

We now know that:

The cerebellum is the dominant part of your brain.
Your uniqueness as a human being is stored in the primitive, subconscious part of your brain (cerebellum) and that this influences your perception of reality. 
That the cerebellum is your connection with your spiritual life. 
So, it seems that this is the part of the brain with which to work with during trauma and anxiety relief. This is where we want healing (reprogramming) to take place. Your subconscious mind has its own language which speaks in pictures, sounds, smells, touch, and feelings (the sensory).

It bears no fruit to speak to the subconscious mind in English, Afrikaans, Greek or any other language. You must use your brain's language (pictures, sounds, smells, touch, and feelings) - in other words, your body. 
Your body is the key to your subconscious mind. Therefore, we mainly focus on the body during MLNP™ sessions.

The fact that we talk less and feel more, implies that the story (detail) is no longer the focus of the sessions, but the body itself, which then leads to total healing - without re-traumatizing the client. MLNP ™ releases the physical and emotional baggage, that has been quietly accumulated over years, enabling the client to return to his/her previous optimal functioning.

Edgar Phillips

Developed Multi-Level Neuro-Processing™ as a modern therapeutic model. In this video he explains what it is and how it can be applied...

Everyone has some kind of trauma or anxiety

If there is one thing of which I am 100% sure of (without scientific research) it is that all people in South Africa are suffering to some extent from some kind of trauma or anxiety caused by everyday experiences. What I am also sure about is that this causes immense pain and suffering among people.

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