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Matrix Reimprinting explained

Thursday, July 23, 2020

This transformative therapy involves the use of various techniques including Emotional Freedom Technique, or EFT. This type of therapy can help you overcome many hurdles in life and things that are holding you back. If you are not sure whether Matrix Reimprinting is for you, here's what to expect.

The first thing to remember is that this type of therapy helps connect you with any past traumas or core beliefs. In this way, you can turn them into a supportive platform rather than allowing them to control you in such a negative way. What many people don't realise is the massive effect of past traumas and core beliefs on the way we live our lives. Our beliefs can, quite literally, shape our reality by fueling our emotions and reactions.

Matrix Reimprinting can help you address problems such as phobias, regrets, traumatic memories, fears, relationship conflicts and more. Through this type of therapy, you can turn negative experiences into something positive so that they no longer have that kind of power of you or the way you live your life.

One common question that many people have is regarding the benefit of turning something negative (like a fear) into something positive or at least neutral. If you take a dog bite for example, this will be a negative memory for obvious reasons. One bite can cause you to fear all dogs and your fear will mean that you will notice dogs more frequently in your surroundings. By taking a look at this bad experience from an outsider's perspective, you can retrain your mind to understand that not all dogs bite and, therefore, you will not feel intense anxiety as soon as you see a dog.

When scheduling your appointment, make sure that you communicate as openly as possible with the practitioner. They should also be trained and experienced in performing this Matrix Reimprinting. In addition, if you have any other concerns or questions, ask the practitioner before they begin.

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