ABOUT TRANCE BUSTERS
Trance Busters™ are trauma reset and neutralization exercises that rapidly and easily turn off the "fight or flight" reaction to highly charged emotional events (i.e. traumas) in our lives.
In David's experience, until the "fight or flight" response is turned off, most traditional interventions, such as talk therapy, medications, reenacting the experience, role playing and other interventions, are largely ineffective until the "fight or flight" response is deactivated.
Trance Busters™ mental exercises work simply and easily. They do no harm. They have been around for decades, originating in part in the 1970s as a “phobia cure” process developed by Bruce Hellinger, a pioneer in the development of Neuro-Linguistic programming.
The efficacy of the Trance Busters process in helping people recover from traumatic experiences has only recently been recognized.
To be clear, Trance Busters™ exercises do not completely heal the effects of traumatic experiences. They do not “erase” memories. What they do is turn off the “fight-or-flight” response that locks the memory of the events in place in the emotional (“primitive animal”) mind, making them more manageable by the cognitive (“rational”) mind.
Essentially, they “reset” the mind to a neutral state regarding the event. Memories of the event become more manageable when the “fight-or-flight” natural reaction to threat is turned off. The additional damage, in terms of beliefs, anger, desire for revenge, which may or may not be something someone needs or wants to address further, is not "cured" or "healed" by Trance Busters™ processes.
Trance Busters™ are not a cure-all, but a major step forward in recovery.
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HOW TO USE TRANCE BUSTERS
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TRANCE BUSTERS™ – Welcome + Intro
Introductory demonstrative videos available to be viewed for free. Click here.
David Monroe introduces Trance Busters™ trauma reset & neutralization techniques to turn off the "fight or flight" reaction to highly charged emotional events and traumas.