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Dreams, Sleep and IEMT

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4 Comments on “Dreams, Sleep and IEMT

Mandie Bridge
March 13, 2020 at 10:48 am

Just a question. My husband has had three dreams which have turned out to be a kind of premonition of something that happened subsequently. He was pretty freaked out about it! Is this coincidence, unconscious knowledge or subliminal suggestion or is it all in the interpretation of the dreams?

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Sonia Richards BSc(Hons), MSc
March 13, 2020 at 12:47 pm

Have used self IEMT several times for nightmares with with eyes open and eyes closed, lying down and sitting up. All work well, eyes closed tends to work a bit better for me personally. I teach self use this on courses as you know and ask people to see if they have vivid dreams after day 1 of the trainings. On the Advanced course we do more in depth work on the on this as regards circadian and ultradian rhythms, Human Givens approaches regarding sleep, dream and depression/anxiety etc. With Insomnia I go into working with cause not just effect and of course the related identity issues.

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Sonia Richards BSc(Hons), MSc
March 13, 2020 at 1:06 pm

Also with clients, I look at various hormonal issues that affect sleep such as pregnancy, menopause, thyroid issues etc and the knock on effects on mood, anxiety, depression etc and of course medication and nutrition. Poor eating and or drinking habits will have marked effects on sleep and dreams. Hence the reason I ask clients to complete a medical questionnaire (comes from my comp therapy/medical background) see what medication they may be taking and possible side effects, eating drinking and drug habits, I even ask the amount of caffeine they consume daily. Education about taking responsibility for diet, alcohol consumption, drugs and so forth are always key to my work in any event, as is teaching relaxation, breathing, self efficacy and self reliance due to having taught Hypnobirthing for over 20 years! Guess you could call it a “holistic” approach. I know, apologies sounds all a bit new age, although it really isn’t, its old age common sense most the time. I’m very much a “teach a man to fish” sort of Practitioner.

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Martin Johnson
March 13, 2020 at 2:31 pm

Really interesting video Andy and also the Ernest Rossi clip. I’ve ordered the book. Will come back to the audio recordings. Thanks, as always, for producing this high quality content. I always take something from it that I’ll try out immediately on myself and then with clients.

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