This is an article by Ananga Sivyer (Author, Art & Science of Emotional Freedom & The Meridian Journey) on her personal experiences with EMO. First published in the Chandra OnLine Journal July 2002.
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Imagine for a moment the
ramifications of being able to process anything that comes your way as energy
in a state of flow. Can you consider from here and now the healing
possibilities? The health catastrophes of the future that simply needn’t be?
The relationships allowed to flourish unimpeded. Addictions soothed.
Compliments assimilated into our systems with relish? All of these and more
are possible with EMO…
worked with Silvia Hartmann for some years watching, discussing and, most
significantly, playing with her patterns and contributions to the field of
Energy Psychology it came as no big surprise to me when she launched Emotrance
- her own healing modality.
was I surprised to discover it's simplicity and ease of use - we had long
since agreed during late night calls that "we were for the people!"
and did not hold with making things complicated - our desire was that our
chosen tools should be easy and accessible above all else. And, of course,
effective - preferably magically so!
for example, Silvia's "Guiding Stars*" pattern. For years the
Guiding Stars phenomena had gone unnamed, possibly even unnoticed, yet once
you've read it it makes such jaw dropingly obvious sense that you can hardly
believe you worked without it. Yet we did - for years. And therein lies
Silvia's magic in action - pointing out and providing patterns for working
with those obvious things that had previously completely passed us by!
My personal experience…
took a little while for me to get going with Emotrance. Although my very first
tryout over the phone with Silvia has had far reaching repercussions in my
life of the most positive and exciting kind, I wasn't consciously aware of
them at first. Now things are very different. By the end of day one on the
training I was feeling things I thought I
never could, by the end of day two I was feeling things I thought belonged to
the realms of others - healers, psychics, mystics, and by the closing of day
three... well, to be frank, I'm still processing here.
have a motto at Chandra - something along the lines of "it's what you
feel that counts" i.e. someone
may tell you you're great and they may really truly mean it - but how do you
feel about that? Does it make you feel great? Or does it make you like
that person more rather than focusing on the fact that the statement was
actually about you? Think they're kind? Wrong? Crawling? Or do you shudder?
Feel sad? Sick? Heavy? False? Or a million other negative possibilities.
has been our tool for years for faithfully dealing with "inner
truths" and responses to the good, the bad and the ugly.
And it really works - for sure it does and we will continue to use it
and teach it congruently and with enthusiasm for these and many other things.
Emotrance is adding new dimensions here that have sent my head spinning. I can
barely imagine what we will be doing with this technique in 6 months what to
speak of 6 years time.
kinaesthetic nature of EMO is fascinating to me. The way that it
literally puts you "in touch" with what's going on I find most
revealing and exciting. Of course I've been aware of the obvious physical
sensations in my body in response to various situations in my life but this is
very different. It's one of those things you really need to experience for
yourself to know what I’m talking about here and I would wholeheartedly
encourage you to do so.
am honoured to be among the first 30 Licensed Practitioners and Trainers of
Emotrance and would welcome your enquiries about personal sessions,
experiential workshops or Practitioner Training.
Ananga Sivyer LT-AMT MANLP
Licensed EMO Trainer
Personal Development Services
further information on Guiding Stars visit http://www.sidereus.org/
and click on “Trainings & Manuals”
Chandra Personal Development Services
Consultations - Workshops - Practitioner Trainingwww.chandra-pds.co.uk
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