1421 How P.T.S.D. Works | PTSD Healing Technique | Neurology Based Healing

1421 How P.T.S.D. Works | PTSD Healing Technique | Neurology Based Healing


Hi, this is Robert Gene here in Oklahoma. I’m actually at home. and I was out here look at this car. I’ve got a gas leak. So they put a new tank in it. but I was also just coming back from visiting some friends. And a couple new guys that never met before were there. And of course, you know, they asked me about what I do. And I tell them what I’m, you know, I’m a behavioral engineer, knowing how to change memories and change your behaviors that you’ve been programmed to to do. And so both of these guys are both are in, you know, in the military Afghanistan. And one of them, you know, into rehab trying to deal with his addiction. And the other one, you know, he just drinks and having relationship issues. And so I started talking to these guys, and you know, kind of explaining how the mind works and how PTSD works. Now it’s, it’s what I have is uniquely different than any other therapies because most of the therapies don’t know what the hell they’re talking about. Basically, if you understand how the brain works, basically, you have an experience, you got a gun in your hand, you’re doing your job and, you know, the emotions are up, the intense is up, you see things happen. And what your brain does, in the background it’s, you know, you have the limbic system which is basically your survival system. And it starts capturing moments. So it means, you know, the gun fire or what happened over here and memories will go into your mind. And this physical sensations are also recorded. And so, now here you are, all these events happen. It’s, it’s, it’s a lot of chaos going on your mind. And so you, you, you know, you go back to your bunk and now you’ve your gear up. You’ve got your, your, it’s just a lot of, a lot of anxiety and stuff. And so you’ve been mentally programmed to survive. And so, now here you are, you’re away from, you’re, you’re back in the stage. You’re back at home. But you still got this anxiety because your brain is kind of keep you alive. It’s kind of keep you safe. It’s still think you’re still over there. And so you have nightmares. You have hot, you have flashes. You have weird physical behaviors because your brain is trying to keep you alive. The truth is, you’re not there. You know that logically. You’re sitting here watch this video. And so, you have a lot of weird stuff going on. Now if you had a lot of experiences with, with, you know, you know, colleagues, bosses, whoever it is, in your life. This is still going to operate. And so, I’ve been working with a lot of vets, a lot of individuals who go to rehab because I volunteer my time for about eight years, nine years. And rehabs helping the guys get their head cleaned up. So I share a couple of stories. This last summer, I was there with a guy who, of course, you know, you can’t talk about this stuff. You can’t even deal with it. you don’t want to look at it. The best thing you do is, is drink, work, drug it, do not think about it. Because if you think about it, you feel it. So I call it an autonomic trance. That means you just go in a trance, you feel it, your body, your brain is making your body feel weird. You feel like you’re there. You’re going crazy. You don’t know how to deal with it. And you try in some way to divert your attention. So, you know, I do session. So they come in and do a two-hour session. And I, of course, this guy’s he’s scared. you know, he says,” No, I’m afraid to talk about this stuff. You know.” I said,” Listen. We aren’t talking about it. You know, just pick a memory. Pick the worst one. Don’t even tell me about it. Just identify it in mind. Notice it and feel it and I’ll work you through it.” So, so what is, I took about 10 minutes, 10, 15 minutes cleaned up the memory without even tell me what it was. And how do you do that? Well, first of all, he knows what’s in his head. He can feel in his body. And we use a proce, process, it’s very simple, you can go to learn it on my youtube channel. You type in Faster EFT healing magic is my YouTube stuff or Eutaptics. And you can just try it. You don’t have to believe it works. It’s a little bit different. But it beats the hell out of what you’ve been doing. Suffering and doing, drinking and drugging, going crazy, just learn how to do it yourself. Now if you’ve got big memories, big traumas, you don’t know how to deal with it, you need one of my, my practitioners or I can help you. And so anyway, so, so this is how the brain works. You have these experiences. Your brain captured and put in the background. Now you’re driving the street, you see something, you hear something, off then you go into what you call a full autonomic trance. That means you start to feel it. You don’t know what to do with it. Pictures start flashing through your head, you’re there again. So once you can collapse what we call bad good collapse, you collapse the emotions and sensations from the body, the memory can still be there, but it doesn’t impact you anymore. Because you release this sensations in your body. First guy I worked with, well, probably not the first one, were the early one, the guy was, uh, he’s at Pearl Harbor and he’s, he comes in, we started working on several other memories and this is one of the big ones, is that, he started, he’s, you know, he started trembling and he started crying because, you know, he says,” I’m there. I can see the Japanese and the planes right before he kills all my colleagues, all these guys.” He’s the only survivor. Within one round, couple of rounds of what I do, all of a sudden, gone. That means,he said,” Well, I can see it above me now. I don’t feel it. I don’t feel guilty. I don’t feel this.” And it’s because what we did is, we collapse the sensations and the autonomic trance. That’s, that’s one of hundreds of thousands of memories. And another guy just recently, I was in rehab working. And of course, it was using methamphetamines as a horrible drug. Great escape of pain but the problem is, when you come off of it, you pain worse, you lose everything. He was a good guy. He just didn’t know how to deal with this stuff. So he comes in and I said don’t tell me it. So I cleaned that up. I worked through the memory. And I said give me more. See look, we went through it, check it, make sure it bothers you, see can make it bothers you. He couldn’t. I said,” Won’t you give me the rest of them? And all you do is just write down, just give me the title of the memory. You’re not to go in detail. And so, for the next two hours we started changing a lot of these big memories he can talk about, the memories that were super strong kinesthetically and physically. And by the time we’re done, we go check him, he says,” It’s not bothering.” And then, so I see him the next day, and we did another session and I said,” How you doing?” He said,” You know, last night I slept all night. Anyway I wake up six times a night.” I say,” Okay. That’s good.” He said,” What else?” He said,” Well, you know, I have, every time I go out to smoke, I get so anxious. I mean I feel really anxious when I feel like I want to smoke.” And I said,” Well, let me explain how your brain works again.” I said,” Well, what could happen you’d be out there, and you’re out there smoking and something happens. And your brain will actually wire link the smoking to that sensation. He goes,” Oh yeah! yeah! yeah! I know what happened.” I said,” What is it?” He goes, “It’s that night, me and my buddy are sitting against a humvee on guard, talking, and he looked up, he said all these tracer rounds coming right at him. So he jumps underneath the humvee and saved his life. So his brain says,” Smoking, be cautious! Something bad is ready to happen.” So every time he smoked, these things were wired in his brain. You know, didn’t take no time to clean up that. Because it’s about the brain wiring things together. Now this is a natural thing that the brain does. It does it all the time. You know, you feed the dog, ring the bell, feed the dog, ring the bell. It’s that simple. But knowing how to go inside your mind from the inside of your mind out, which means, there’s pictures. There are sensations, there are sounds. There are states and smells, and how your, your limbic system which, you know, part of the limbic system is you have a pair of amygdala which is one on each side of the brain the amygdala and I call it. the mind goes like, I say it’s like two librarians. And they’ve had 50 cups of coffee. And they worked so fast. All the data coming in, it starts categorizing, organizing it in different parts of the brain, you know, visual auditory cortex and the motor cortex etc. And it creates programs and since it’s sitting right next to the, the reptilian brain or I call it a survival brain, now you, you’re no longer there, you’re here in America, you’re here at home, all of a sudden you hear the sound of something awful, sudden this part of it snaps in and using that back there, feeling like you you’re back in Afghanistan or wherever your trauma comes from. So what you do is, you collapse the feelings and the sensations and change internally, then the problem is gone. Now here’s a cool thing. You can do a single memory, sometimes with an expert, less than five minutes, maybe 10 minutes or maybe even longer, depends how intense it is involved and also it is super super simple. So here it is, I work with that, working some other memories, some childhood stuff. There’s a lot of people who have really big PTSDs, also probably had it when they’re growing up as a child, that experiences all the way up and then it just compounds and compounds in complex, complex PTSD. But all this is just memories. Now if you understand memory is, if you understand your brain. Your brain is like a computer. But it’s different than a computer. Because it’s always adjusting and expanding. Memories, whatever the memories are, are actually what we call programs, just to program by itself. It’s in your cortex. It’s sitting back there waiting to be used. It’s, it’s you can’t, you don’t even notice it’s there until a sound and look all of a sudden the memory pops in. You start to feel and respond, you go into an autonomic trance, and then you act crazy and wonder why I’m crazy. You got thoughts flowing through your head and you don’t know what to do. You can calm your brain with this system. Here’s a good thing. It’s free on YouTube. Go watch my videos. You don’t have to freaking believe it. Try it. Do it. Practice it over and over again. Notice what you do in your head and then use it. I have a free 7 day course on my website Faster EFT-dot-com. It’s free 7 day course showing you how your brain works. Try it. Do it. Test it. You’re gonna get results. Now since you’re veterans, I support veterans, I believe in veterans, I want to help veterans. If you want help, give or send me an email. I can help you. I’ll get one of my practitioners to help. But I’m here to help you. We want you to be able to live a good life and to share the changes that you have. So anyway, this is Robert Smith here with my car. You can see it’s been dusty been sitting here for like three to six months because I’ve been away teaching and training around the world. I’m sure I have seminars all around the world. So if you want to come and check it out, come check it out if you’re veteran, if you’re coming from this, from military either police officers, fire, fire, firemen, you can come as my guest. Just write me and we’ll let you come. I want to help you guys. I want to get, I want to help you get control of your life. And start, start creating something better I want you have. So anyway here’s Robert here in Oklahoma. Robert Gene. Peace guys. There’s hope. Subtitle: Liu Chin

9 comments

  1. Hello Robert 🙂
    You look Great wonderful colour..
    As per usual..always a great deal of very interesting information..
    Autonomic. Trance,
    You are doing incredible work Robert..
    Thank you. Blessings…
    Take care love n hugs X

  2. Thank you Robert for the simple explanation of the process, the examples of success, and the hope you and your team have been sharing with everyone who will hear. I wish the VA would start training their folks in this. I’m currently going through EMDR processing with a counselor the VA referred me to and it works some but I have found it is taking much longer compared to your process and there are still lingering pieces floating around in the mind. I’m heading up to your seminar in OK this weekend and look forward to learning more. In between my VA sessions I have been using the FasterEFT process along with my peace and happy journals. Good stuff. Peace brother.

  3. Robert, you're such a beautiful being <3 Just hearing your stories of making changes and helping others just makes me tear up everytime knowing that you changed someone's life so they are no longer suffering. Thank you for doing what you do.

  4. My step son has PSTD from several tours of duty in Iraq. His father lives in Edmonton OK. I have emailed his dad about getting my stepson, Clay ( 34 years old) ,into your program. I will continue to try. Unfortunately, I no longer have a relationship with Clay.

  5. Emergency Room Nurses can have awful PSTD as well. I saw too much in my 34 years. I'm in your online Level1.

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