Neuro Emotional Technique™

by Jef Gazley, M.S., LMFT, DCC

NET™ or Neuro Emotional Technique is one of the newer “power therapies” that along with TFT (Thought Field Therapy), and EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) have become popular in the last ten years. These therapies seem to work quicker than traditional talk therapies. This appears to be due in part because they target the more primitive parts of the brain. These would include the Limbic system, the Medulla Oblongata, and the Enkelphin system, which is in every cell of the body. Neuro Emotional Technique is the most powerful and versatile of these new therapies.

Dr. Scott Walker developed NET™ in the early 1980’s. Dr. Walker is a chiropractor by training, who uses Applied Kinesiology or AK. AK is based on Chinese Medicine, acupuncture and the Meridian System. Chinese medicine is concerned with the body’s need for balance or homeostasis. If the Chi or energy of the body is in balance then it is assumed that the body will be able to cure itself and run at top efficiency. Practitioners do this by testing acupressure or acupuncture points in the body, which are divided up into 12 main Meridian Systems. These Meridian Systems are named for the main organs of the body such as the Lung Meridian or the Liver Meridian. Each of these systems is correlated with particular emotions. The lung meridian is associated with grief and sorrow and the liver meridian with anger and resentment.

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  1. doctorbob1000 says:

    Jeff is giving a breakout at the ACEP conference in San Diego in June

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