Spiritual EMDR Guide
Conventional EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) is a psychotherapy technique for dealing with trauma. It is based on bilateral stimulation of both hemispheres of the brain. Psychotherapeutic EMDR is carried out as standard in short sequences of about twenty-five to fifty bilaterally stimulating eye movements, with repeated anchoring in everyday consciousness through pauses in between. Processing after-effects of up to a week are common.
I personally (as well as the consciousness coaches of Am-Ziel-Erleuchtung©) no longer offer this conventional psychotherapeutic EMDR, but only Spiritual EMDR(AL). From my Final Enlightened consciousness I can directly perceive the human psyche and therefore I do not want to limit myself to a given application. This has its value if it is only to heal trauma. However, I use Spiritual EMDR(AL) in a consciousness-developing way, completely individually adapted to the personality structure of my clients, and I use Spiritual EMDR(AL) even more frequently as a particularly effective method for intensive spiritual development processes.
In the meantime, I train in Spiritual EMDR(AL) and pass on this approach to the professionally qualified consciousness coaches of Am-Ziel-Erleuchtung©. In this respect, I personally only carry out Spiritual EMDR(AL) as an exception.