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Wecannot say anything concrete about the obvious and obvious results from this method. It seems that this is one of those methods that works only occasionally and only for some. And we brought it to this magazine because of the dozens of once-seriously tested techniques and techniques, this technique (in contrast to dozens of other “dummies” of NLP, esoteric and psychology) really very clearly showed a couple of times (from several dozens of approaches) a clear and distinct result.

True, these results were not as something “enchanting,” but as insight, as a change of point of view, as a new knowledge. And now, if this method works for you (even 1 time out of 20), then you can turn mountains in this life, correctly and patiently applying this method to your goals, tasks, internal blocks, obstacles, etc.

DPDG – Desensitization and processing by eye movements

The method itself has become popular due to Frensin Shapiro, and it is attributed to its discovery and name. Although it was the same for the popularizeNLP SteveAndreas.

In the description here the method is positioned both for work with the therapist. But you can just learn it (learn) and it’s easy to use it yourself for psychological help yourself (and others) .You can buy a flashlight or a pointer with a laser, and driving along the wall follow the point with your eyes. You can throw the ball from hand to hand and watch his eyes. You can still come up with all sorts of suitable options. You can do without any auxiliary items at all. The skill comes with practice. The Orange County trauma rehab happens to be essential there now.

Now about the method

(The information here I compile from different sources)

Desensitization of psychotrauma by eye movement (DPDG)

Everyone at least once in his life heard the old adage – “the morning is wiser than the evening.” And of course, any person knows that after a full sleep, all the problems and troubles that have been exerted on the mind by a heavy load the night before are perceived not so dramatically in the morning. Why is this happening? What does the nervous system of a person do that is so special during sleep that allows you to “process” numerous, including negative, impressions of the day?

Neurophysiologists have an answer to this question.A person’s sleep consists of several stages, one of which is accompanied by rapid movements of eyeballs (incidentally, it is to this phase that the dreamer sees dreams). In this stage of sleep, the information is processed (and, first and foremost, complex, negative, and sometimes traumatic) that a person received during the day.

And what happens if this information-processing system of the brain for any reasons fails, is blocked? In these cases, negative information “freezes” as it were, gets stuck in neural networks of the brain, its processing does not happen and it begins to injure a person, causing anxiety, obsessive thoughts, unpleasant physical sensations, in a word – neuroses.

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