The Equilibration Process ®

The Equilibration Process®

The Equilibration Process® is a unique scientific technique designed to break behaviour and emotions that are no longer working for you in your life. It works to eliminate emotional pain and negative behaviour by dissolving emotions, beliefs and thoughts patterns that are no longer working for you in your life.

It breaks emotional cycles and feelings of resentments by balancing the intellectual mind and perceptions of events. It frees you from your innermost fears such as feelings of inadequacy, guilt, shame, abandonment, unworthiness, feeling unlovable and not being good enough. In doing so not only does it alters the way you view yourself but also the way you view others.

The process also allows you to break through any resentments you may be holding onto, whether past, present or future that are disabling you to think clearly about a certain situation, event or person in your life.

Fishing for answers and still can't find them?

Fishing for answers and still can’t find them?

Benefits

  • Helps to enable you to break free from emotional pain
  • Better understanding of your actions and reactions
  • Better understanding of what has happened to you
  • Better understanding of current situation
  • More balanced decisions
  • Shifts your negative thought patterns surrounding an event or situation that has happened or is happening to you
  • Less judgmental of yourself and others
  • Resolve feelings of resentment
  • Helps to break blockages
  • Helps to break repeated emotional and behavior patterns
  • Balance perception of life events
  • A deeper understanding of loved ones
  • Sense of relief

How the process works

The process is held in a private confidential room with a facilitator who guides you through a step by step process for dissolving emotions and feelings which you sense are within you but are not sure why. Feelings that are potential  sub-consciously controlling you and determining your choices, directions and circumstances, the process can vary in time but usually takes approximately 1 1/2 hours.