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our True Self
Uncovering our true Self
is a goal that we are all striving for,
whether we call it the attainment of sanity,
enlightenment, self realization, happiness, or salvation.
Recently, alternative methods have been
emerging in the field of psychology that
heal stress, emotions, phobias, anxiety,
and a variety of other psychological disorders.
A few of these power therapies, all sounding
something like an "alphabet soup," are:
Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR), Thought
Field Therapy (TFT), Eye Movement Desensitization
and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Neurolinquistic
Programming (NLP). Not only are these methods
effective, but seemingly miraculous as some
take as little as five minutes to eliminate
lifetime phobias. A pioneer of one of the
Power Therapies is Dr. Roger Callahan, who
developed Thought Field Therapy (TFT) using
ancient Chinese acupressure meridians. He
found he could completely handle lifetime
phobias in a matter of minutes. Since then
there have been many variations of TFT, called
more recently energy therapies or techniques,
such as Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT),
Tapas Acupressure Technique (TAT), and Be
Set Free Fast (BSFF). With all of these energy
therapy methods, the client puts his attention
on the problem and then taps or holds certain
meridian points which release the negative
energy captured in the client's energy field.
As the negative energy releases, it dissolves
the negative emotion and thought with it.
Applied Kinesiology, a muscle testing technique,
is normally the method most energy practitioner
use to test for negative energy and resistance
to healing, or what Dr. Callahan calls "psychological
reversals" in and around the client's
body. The method of discovery that I use
with energy therapy, as well as with more
traditional forms of cognitive therapy, is
a sophisticated form of galvanic skin response
meter called a biomonitor. It is called a
biomonitor because it actually monitors the
energy field within and around the client.
It is not a simple biofeedback or stress
meter. The biomonitor registers resistance
to negative energy. It also registers when
the negative energy dissipates or discharges.
This will always be accompanied with a sense
of relief by the client.
The value of the biomonitor is in its ability
to discover aspects of a problem hidden just
below the our awareness. These "charged" aspects
will respond on the meter and when brought
to our attention, we will almost always be
interested in processing or treating the
aspect. This allows the user to uncover hidden
barriers that would prevent release of the
The biomonitor also confirms when a treatment
or procedure has reached a good end point.
Also, it can reveal areas that would not
be productive for processing . The biomonitor
will also indicate psychological reversal
when the client states his desire to get
rid of the problem. There are many intricate
features that can be seen in the client's
energy field with the biomonitor.
Peope love the biomonitor. It says to them "my
thoughts are real." It validates their
own understanding of themselves and where
they have barriers, and when they have handled
an aspect or problem. It provides concrete
proof that something unseen but only felt
is real and is indeed happening with them.
It brings us out of confusion by helping
to find the correct aspect or problem, because
the meter will respond on our correct item.
As we identifie and releases negative energy
it allows us to recognize that they are not
just our energy, thoughts, or emotions but
something infinitely more powerful.
And uncovering our true Self is a goal that
we are all striving for, whether we call
it the attainment of sanity, enlightenment,
self realization, happiness, or salvation
Brief Power Therapies and the Biomonitor
by Aerial Long ?
Clarity Meter (Bio-monitor)
The Clarity Meter is a revolutionary new
bio-monitor for use in the various modern
processes of personal transformation.
It is used for discovering and handling
suppressed or repressed thoughts, memories
and impressions which impact upon our behavior
and feeling of well-being. The utilization
of the Clarity Meter can significantly enhance
the speed and effectiveness of many kinds
of developmental therapies, regression techniques
and meditation procedures. Furthermore, its
usefulness and versatility in the experimental
exploration of the human thought process
The Clarity Meter far surpasses other meters
used for simple psychology demonstration
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It’s easy to feel so
overwhelmed by the problems facing our planet
we turn away to whatever will cheer us, eg.
We live in a world haunted by the issue
of climate change. A world with problems
seemingly so severe and out of control that
to stop and think about them is to risk intellectual
and emotional paralysis. So we take the issue
apart in small doses and sugar the pill with
familiar, but ultimately destructive, distractions
wherever we can.
For a psychologist, the signs of our denial
are all too obvious. It can take many forms,
both individual and collective; and in the
world of climate change we have gone through
them all. For instance:
Simple Denial takes the form of flatly denying
that climate change exists. Such arguments,
often masquerading as debate, have an almost
Python-esque quality to them. For example:
‘ Climate change is a fact.’
‘ No it isn’t.’
‘ Yes it is.’
‘ Sorry, is this the fi ve-minute argument or the half-hour argument?’
Minimising allows the opposing side to appear
reasonable by admitting that the problem
exists – but doing so in such a way
as to make it seem less serious or significant
than it actually is.
‘ Yes, of course the climate is getting hotter. But remember, this is part
of a larger natural cycle of climate change.’ ‘It was much hotter
than this during the Middle Ages, you know.’
Rationalising is making excuses or giving
reasons to justify why our behaviour isn’t
the problem. The behaviour is not denied,
but an inaccurate explanation of its cause – or
our power over it – is given.
‘ We can’t do anything about climate change, because it would destroy
‘ Climate change is just another excuse to raise taxes.’
Intellectualising or generalising avoids
the emotional, personal awareness of the
problem by using sometimes crazy theories
and keeping the argument vague.
‘ How reliable are the figures for climate change? I mean, we’re
just guessing most of the time.’
‘ Why would you regulate a pollutant that’s an inert gas vital to
plant photosynthesis, and which people exhale when they breathe? That can’t
be a pollutant.’
Blaming (also called projecting) is maintaining
that the responsibility for the problem lies
somewhere else, not with us. The behaviour
is not denied, but its cause is placed ‘out
there’, not with the person doing it. ‘The
real problem isn’t carbon emissions,
it’s the fact that the sun is getting
'It’s all due to cows farting, you know.’
Diversion is changing the subject to avoid
talking about something that is perceived
to be threatening.
‘ What about AIDS or cancer? Don’t those things deserve my attention
‘ But just think, we’ll be able to grow palms and pomegranates in
Sussex? Won’t that be lovely!’
‘ The Maldives is going to disappear? We’d better get on a plane
Bargaining involves cutting deals or setting
conditions for when things will be right
to deal with the problem.
‘ I’ll do something about cleaning up my CO² emissions, when
the council cleans up my high street.’
‘ It’s all that countries fault. There’s no point in doing
anything about it until the they do.’
Passivity is ignoring the situation, or
being its victim.
‘ What can I do? It’s just little old me against the system.’
‘ Well, how much difference can just one person make?’
‘ There’s no point, nobody ever listens to what I think anyway.’
Hostility occurs when the person becomes
angry or irritable whenever the subject of
climate change is mentioned.
‘ It’s always something with these loony ecologist types – they
are just a bunch of doom-mongers.’
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Try saying the colour of the word not the word itself
red green blue green red yellow blue
yellow red blue yellow green red blue
blue yellow yellow blue red blue yellow
red green green red green green green
green blue blue yellow yellow yellow
yellow red green yellow blue green red
blue green red red green red green blue
red yellow yellow red blue yellow blue
yellow blue red blue green green yellow
green red yellow blue yellow blue red
blue red blue green red yellow blue
green green red yellow blue yellow blue
The Stroop Colour-Word Test can be used to illustrate
the difficulties which we can experience in separating
labels from what they refer to. Try counting
the number of green words, for instance.