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Identity Change Webinar

Audio only from Identity Change webinar with Andrew T. Austin
4th December 2019

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4 Comments on “Identity Change Webinar

Sonia Richards BSc(Hons), MSc
December 13, 2019 at 6:08 pm

If a client says “I keep beating myself up over bla…” and this is metaphorical no physical, would you explore the metaphor of this and explore the hurts etc or work on the ID of the I that does the metaphorical beating and the self that is metaphorically beaten and to the IEMT ID work please? Many thanks.

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Andrew T. Austin
January 4, 2020 at 12:36 pm

Great question, I made a video answer for this and posted it here: https://integraleyemovementtherapy.com/core-statement-analysis-1/

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Martin Johnson
January 28, 2020 at 4:21 pm

Very interesting and helpful as usual.

I had an interesting session this morning. Amongst other things the client said “I’d like to not eat to cover up the pain”. We ran out of time to explore with IEMT in this session, but in looking at this now, I can see ‘The I that doesn’t want to eat’ and ‘The I that wants to cover up the pain. Also ‘The I that eats’ (to excess/inappropriately)’ and ‘The I that experiences pain.
I could also use ‘pain’ as an identity (‘and how old is pain?’). All that and more from one little sentence. So many options which allows flexibility in the therapy process. Thanks.

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Alan J. Phillips
March 16, 2020 at 7:05 am

In the “I LOVE YOU” is the YOU another person of is “YOU” the person themself??

When I first learnt Identity I thought that no one outside of training would get it and that when I asked them the age they would all say “their own age”.

Quite the opposite. On a recent session I was working with a Big Bruiser of a guy. He was strong funny and engaging. I went to help with a “Phobia”. After a while we did the identity and it turned out to be he was frightened of losing anyone he loved.

I worked on identity and on one of them he was a “18year old care free fun loving guy.

After the session ( and long time afterwards ) is a much calmer man and still protective of his kids BUT lets them do more than he would have allowed beforehand

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