What is HMR?
HMR is an empowering and effective process that
allows an expedient access and release otherwise hidden memories and
conflicting perceptions the past. Each painful experience creates a
memory that has its own sensory signature expressed in the physical
body as a metaphor. These experiences are encoded in the specific
areas of the body (usually with uncomfortable sensations). When you
are triggered to re-visit a “frozen”, stuck in time moment, you may
experience tensions, butterflies, pressures, lumps, etc. These
sensory perceptions may look like dark colors, foggy clouds and
geometrical shapes, indicating and representing memories of different
overwhelming moments. HMR teaches you how to access your own light
(aka consciousness), illuminate and resolve such sensory and/or
Using both a verbal component and an energetic nervous system
support enhances sensory access and provides safety while
facilitating a resolution of the somatic memory and eliminating
future re-calls pain, re-lapses. “Reframing” or correcting those
moments in your perceptions using unique colors of missing emotional
frequencies allows subconscious mind to receive a safety signal and
complete the incomplete, paused experience of the past affecting your
What is "encoding?"
Encoding is the process of locking a "negative" or
incomplete emotional charge in the cells and fields of our bodies at
the moment of a trauma. Painful experiences in our lives precipitate
an "encoding" of the overwhelming feelings, resulting in
the storage of trauma. In a single milli-second of time, all the
elements of the event are captured: all of the sensory data,
feelings, and perceptions of the overwhelming experience. We
hypnotized ourselves at the time we were overwhelmed; HMR
de-hypnotizes and releases that trance state.
How can HMR help you?
Trauma precipitates a spontaneous state of self-hypnosis that binds
us to the emotional pain of an event. Since most of our emotional and
physical pain is memory based, HMR can help to release those charges
and as a result, the pain goes away. Essentially any physical or emotional discomfort that is memory
based—that is to say, any event triggered in present time that
resurrects the emotional state of a past event. Physical conditions
as well as everyday occurrences such as smoking, weight gain (food is
our earliest and easiest form of medication), PMS, grief, sadness,
fears —anything that keeps you from being all you can be.