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Candace Pert, PhD

Author of Molecules of Emotion

Bullying

Self-Help Sessions With The Unseen Therapist and Gary Craig

 

 

Neutralize your Bullying Memories in minutes... permanently:

Our purpose here is to kick the center out of those past bullying events that still bother you.... and it won't take weeks or months of expensive sessions. You can do it yourself in about 30 minutes. The only requirements are that (1) you have read my free e-book, The Unseen Therapist and (2) you follow the instructions given below.

BullyingTo be clear, with the invaluable aid of The Unseen Therapist, we will transform your emotionally charged bullying memories (we call them specific events) into neutral memories. You can then talk about them as though they were mere shopping trips. As a result...

  • These memories will be resolved and no longer replay in your future. You will have freedom from their effects in your relationships, decisions and other important facets of your llfe.
  • You can repeat the sessions for as many bullying sessions as you like. The more specific events you collapse, the greater your freedom.
  • To the extent these specific events contribute to physical symptoms, you should see those symptoms (e.g. insomnia, anxiety, disease and physical ailments of all kinds) improve or completely fade.

Opening the prison door:

Properly done, you can leave behind the effects of bullying, including the shyness, low self-image, anger outbursts, relationship problems and other limits that they cause. Even with this introductory type of exercise, thousands have made impressive progress and are freeing themselves from all those limiting emotions that have imprisoned them from the past. These recordings will open that prison door for you and will do so in a gentle, spiritual manner. For those who wish to go further, more advanced levels are available.

BullyingWe will be using a unique, easy-to-do spiritual method that requires no specific religion or even a belief in God. The power to do this is resting within you and need only be softly awakened. We call this power The Unseen Therapist and, although She has no gender, we give Her a female identity because of Her tender, loving nature.

Simple:

Our method is simple because we work with only one bullying event at a time (it only takes minutes per event). Soon we will identify a few past specific bullying events and then hand them over to The Unseen Therapist for gentle resolution. Again, if properly done, the sting from those events will turn to peace and you will be free from them. 

However, it is important that you properly identify your specific bullying events. Why? Because these emotionally charged events are the building blocks of your overall bullying issue. Without these experiences, and the draining emotions that accompany them, bullying would not be a problem for you. Fortunately, The Unseen Therapist, if you present the events with enough specificity, can lift these weights and neutralize them almost as though they never happened. You'll see.

Important note:

For 3% or 4% of the population (my estimate) the mere recollection of traumatic events can cause advanced intensity and, for those, this process should only be done within the presence and guidance of a qualified professional. Further, please consult physicians on all medical issues.

How to identify a specific bullying event:

As described in my introductory book, The Unseen Therapist, I've simplified the proper identification of your specific bullying events and have done so by narrowing the process down to one simple sentence. Here it is...

The time when [who did what] and I felt [emotion].

BullyingThis easy-to-memorize sentence can now be used to properly identify a multitude of specific bullying events. For each event, you need only fill in your personal info for [who did what] and [emotion]. 

Here are some examples…

  • The time at age 6 when Jimmy Jones kicked me in front of my friends and I felt so humiliated.
  • The time at age 11 when Wendy Williams and her groupies laughed at me for wearing glasses and I felt so angry.
  • The time at age 8 when Bonnie Brown called me fatso at the roller skating rink and I felt hopeless.
  • The time at age 15 when Ronnie Rogers called me a weak-kneed wimp as he knocked me off my bicycle and I felt so worthless.
  • The time at age 5 when Uncle George told me nobody would love me unless I participated in sex with him and I felt so confused.
  • The time at age 12  when Carla Crabtree told the whole class that I still wet the bed and I felt so resentful.

Estimate the BEFORE intensity:

Once you have properly identified your specific bullying events, then take a few moments to mentally re-enact them in detail and estimate, on a 0-10 scale, their intensities NOW as you recall them. This is important because only the current intensities are what's contributing to your bullying problem and those are what we will be neutralizing. We are not interested in their intensities when they originally happened. 

BullyingAlso, you don't need to be precise in your 0-10 estimate. It is simply a guideline. It is a BEFORE estimate against which you can compare your results AFTER your session with The Unseen Therapist.

Tip:

if you don't remember a specific bullying event, that's OK. Just make one up. This is not as fictitious as it may sound because it is still coming from you.

Tip:

If you have no BEFORE 0-10 intensity, that's also OK. This is probably because you are repressing it for your own emotional comfort. Just use the process anyway. It will likely improve the overall issue. You just won't be able to clearly measure your progress (except that your overall emotional response to your bullying issue is likely to be less).

Tip:

If the specific event is so painful that you already know that the BEFORE estimate is a 9 or 10, then don't put yourself through the stress of recalling it. Just call it a 9 or 10 and proceed with the process. Chances are, the AFTER estimate will be substantially reduced. 

Take a little time to do this and, when you are ready, proceed to Session 1 with The Unseen Therapist.

Follow-up Instructions - estimate the AFTER intensity: 

Quietly close your eyes and mentally revisit the bullying event in the same way, and in the same detail, as you did BEFORE this session. Take a few moments to assess this AFTER 0-10 intensity and compare it to your previous BEFORE estimate. The high likelihood is that one of two things happened…

  • The emotional intensity has been substantially reduced, perhaps to zero. This is what you want. This is success and it is the equivalent of weeks or months of conventional therapy. If the intensity is not essentially gone, then repeat this session for this event. Otherwise, proceed to the next session.
  • Or...you shifted during the process to a related event, or a different emotion or instance within the event that you hadn't noticed the first time around. This is why I emphasized above to "revisit the bullying event in the same way, and in the same detail, as you did BEFORE this session." This problem happens frequently and often fools us into thinking "nothing happened." However, these shifts are evidence that The Unseen Therapist did Her job on what you presented to Her and now new events/emotions are showing up to replace the resolved ones. Just consider these shifts as new specific events and repeat this session for each of them. More freedom will be your result.

Whether or not you noticed results, you can now pick another of the specific bullying events that you previously identified and proceed to the next session. These sessions are designed to have cumulative effects and thus your results are likely to improve as you move through them.

Follow-up Instructions - estimate the AFTER intensity:

 

Quietly close your eyes and mentally revisit the bullying event in the same way, and in the same detail, as you did BEFORE this session. Take a few moments to assess this AFTER 0-10 intensity and compare it to your previous BEFORE estimate. The high likelihood is that one of two things happened…

  • The emotional intensity has been substantially reduced, perhaps to zero. This is what you want. This is success and it is the equivalent of weeks or months of conventional therapy. If the intensity is not essentially gone, then repeat this session for this event. Otherwise, proceed to the next session.
  • Or...you shifted during the process to a related event, or a different emotion or instance within the event that you hadn't noticed the first time around. This is why I emphasized above to "revisit the bullying event in the same way, and in the same detail, as you did BEFORE this session." This problem happens frequently and often fools us into thinking "nothing happened." However, these shifts are evidence that The Unseen Therapist did Her job on what you presented to Her and now new events/emotions are showing up to replace the resolved ones. Just consider these shifts as new specific events and repeat this session for each of them.

Whether or not you noticed results, you can now pick another of the specific bullying events that you previously identified and proceed process again. These sessions are designed to have cumulative effects and thus your results are likely to improve as you move through them.

 With Great Respect for Your Presence,

Gary

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