A course on emotional management – part 6

By this time you will have created a big emotional situation of love, self-respect and freedom to fulfil their potential for happiness. Now we need to move out of this situation, so change the tone of what is being said to a lighter level: ‘Ask your little girl if you take her shopping what little gift would she like you to buy her?’ After a few moments of silence, they usually smile and say Continue reading

A course in emotional management – part 5

Now you need to move your position. Emotion is stored, for want of a better word, in the solar plexus area of the body. Move to the right side of the client and put your right hand over that area of the client – no need to touch. The energy from your right hand being electric, a force will move the emotional energy upwards. This is where the panic attacks have been coming from. You will not be inducing panic as you release the trauma, unless the trauma was truly horrific. But there is a way to deal with this to reduce the emotion, as I will explain later. Continue reading

A course in emotional management – part 3

The list of problems we suffer as a result of being made to feel guilty as children is endless. Everything from lacking power, not being able to say ‘NO’, allergies, pain, attitude problems, weakness, taking drugs, and more. But this book is about how to cure these phobias, not to prove that pain and attitude problems can often be attributed to a phobic response which was caused during childhood by fear and guilt. Continue reading

A course in emotional management – part 2


Pain also can be the result of fear and guilt from earlier days. A 30-year-old man came to see me with chronic back ache. He had had all the various medical treatments and physiotherapy, but still the pain continued. It was always worse during the night, or so it seemed. Continue reading

A course in emotional management – part 1

Most people live their lives through an emotional experience which begins in some small way before birth but is greatly added to from the moment of birth through to puberty. After puberty we continue to add to our emotional experiences, but the foundation for life and our reaction to physical and emotional stimuli have mostly already been set in the first fourteen to fifteen years. Continue reading

Traum ins Meer gestoßen zu werden

At the end of December I had this dream. I was standing on a high, flat and wide top of a mountain, some meters from the vertically dropping edge. Far below was the big ocean. The view was spectacular, ocean as far as the eye could see. I couldn’t see the view behind me. Suddenly, a boy of about 9 to 11 years old ran at me from behind very fast Continue reading

Personal initiative


We have a problem with our son. We can’t get him to leave his “little world” and look for a job or a mate. He’s 32 now and no more excuses. He needs to get on a path that will lead to an independent future. Continue reading