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Trauma removal methods

Trauma is a detached part of consciousness, in which an unpleasant experience is locked. Apart from being a detonator, which we are never sure will trigger an explosion, it also takes away part of the active consciousness.




Emotional and psychological trauma is the result of extremely stressful events that destroy the feeling of security, making you feel helpless in a dangerous world.


The psychological trauma in you can cause a constant struggle with disturbing emotions, memories and anxiety that does not disappear.

You can also feel it

  • disoriented

  • unrelated

  • scared

  • distrustful of other people

It is not objective circumstances that determine whether an event is traumatic, but your subjective emotional experience of the event. The more you are afraid and the more helpless you feel, the more likely you are to be traumatized.


Emotional and psychological trauma can be caused by:

One-off events , such as an accident, injury, or violent attack, especially if it was unexpected or occurred in childhood. Constant stress , such as living in a crime environment, struggling with life-threatening, or experiencing recurring traumatic events, such as violence, domestic violence, or child neglect.

Often neglected causes , such as surgery (especially in the first 3 years of life), sudden death of a loved one, severance of a significant relationship or a humiliating or deeply disappointing experience, especially if someone was intentionally cruel.



Your emotional responses are NORMAL reactions to ABNORMAL events.

Some psychological symptoms :

Shock, denial, disbelief, confusion, difficulty concentrating, anger, irritability, mood swings, anxiety, fear, guilt

shame, withdrawal from others, sadness, hopelessness, interruption.

Some physical symptoms :

Insomnia or nightmares, fatigue, rapid heartbeat, anxiety, pain, muscle tension.



Each trauma is related to the image of the event, locked in subjective psychological time and space.

By breaking that subjective psychological time and space, it is possible, as Professor Slavinski established, to neutralize the trauma in a time interval, which is measured in minutes.

It doesn't matter how old the trauma is, or how emotional its potential is.


Using the finger method, we make a bridge between the psychological subjective time and the place of the image of the trauma and the objective time and the place where we perform the process.

At the same time, the image, which represents the anchor, by means of which the trauma survives in our consciousness, completely disappears, or loses its meaning, or the whole experience acquires a deeper spiritual meaning, and the client is released from the negative energy charge.

The method is fast, safe and simple.



Any equation is as constant as its parts are immutable. The same goes for subjective experiences of situations in the past.

The principle of the method is simple and is based on the introduction of an element, which will change the result of the "equation", which represents our unpleasant experience. This element, which must fulfill the condition to evoke a pleasant emotion in the client, changes the "taste" of the experience.

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