Eye Movement Integration
This may be one of the simplest processes needing the least amount of story or context. Yet it is surprisingly effective when done correctly. So read the instructions in the book, then watch the video for a good examples and a couple of useful ways you can vary the process.
Steve Andreas demonstrates “Eye Movement Integration” with a Vietnam Vet.
The Eye Movement Integration Process
Now pick a simple light weight experience in your life to experiment with, and go back to page 96 and go through the process again.
After using this process a few times with low level examples, you’ll be practiced enough to try on more challenging ones. Let us know how it’s going for you in the comments.
A really big benefit of practicing all of these processes, even if the you don’t have a strong need for a particular one right now, is that your are adding more arrows to your quiver, more tools to your kit. It’s a great way of creating extra resources, some slack in your life. Run through them a few times with simple examples from your life and you’ll be comfortable automatically using them whenever a need arises.