Emotional

Release

“I don’t want to be at the mercy of my emotions. I want to use them, to enjoy them, and to dominate them.”

– Oscar Wilde

What Is Emotional Release?

Beginning at a young age, we are often told not to cry or dwell on negative emotions. This can quickly become a harmful habit of neglecting and burying unpleasant emotions at all costs. When we struggle with expressing our feelings, this only leads to more suffering. Emotions need to be acknowledged, felt and processed. Mental and Emotional Release Therapy (MER) is a clinically researched, powerful practice that allows us to turn inward and consciously unpack, surrender, and heal our emotions in a safe, quick and highly effective way.

Emotional Release

Therapy 

Many of us feel stuck in the pain of the past and share the uncertainty of how to effectively work through our emotions. Harboring toxic feelings can cause emotional turbulence and wreck-havoc on the quality of our lives. Whether you are suffering from feelings such as guilt, anger, anxiety, sadness or any other unfavorable emotion, connecting with a trained Mental and Emotional Release Therapy professional can be a vital first step in the healing process. An MER professional will act as your personal guide and thoughtfully customize solutions to meet your emotional development goals. Connecting with an MER practitioner will also allow you to free yourself from negative emotions and self-limiting beliefs, in exchange for the ability to respond to uncomfortable situations in new, healthy, and creative ways.

What to expect from MER 

  • A short-term, intensive process that targets root causes of emotional baggage and alters how you store memories, along with establishing long-term behavioral changes.
  • A release of your prior emotional pain and uncovering of repressed emotions which have led to unhealthy patterns.
  • Regaining your emotional control and restoring balance and fulfillment, while also finding new ways to reach goals and improve personal development.
  • Fully eliminating emotional and physical obstacles that hinder your day-to-day activities.
  • Ultimately, a more mindful and serene lifestyle.

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