Trauma Without TearsTrauma Without Tears

A new video to help those already practicing clearing to move beyond old triggers in a safe and gentle manner.

Trauma Without Tears combines all that we know of clearing and works by stimulating old triggers while in a safe environment. As we become familiar with the feelings associated with old patterns, so we are better able to let them go without further energising them.

 

 

8 Responses to Trauma Without Tears

  1. Eric, Thank you! Annelies told me about this video. I will go on with your advice and do the envelope! See you in Italie next june <3

  2. Suzanne says:

    Hi Eric… thanks for this great video/think I saw before, but now I’m ready and will do this… I’d also like to book once/week Skype sessions with you for a month… will figure that out soon.
    Looking forward to talking with you… Suzanne in Vancouver

  3. Mirjam says:

    Great to hear you talk on Trauma Without Tears. The tool makes BIG personal issues digestible! Thanks.

  4. Shawn says:

    Interesting practice, Eric! I was yawning through most of the video. I look forward to giving this a try.

  5. Madeline says:

    Thank you so much for this Eric. I’ve been meaning to tell you how much we enjoyed it.

    We miss you over here on this side of the puddle!

    Big hugs,

    Madeline & Mark

  6. Melissa Main says:

    Hey Eric – WOW beautiful video with a fabulous new tool to put in my toolbox. It was so awesome to watch and listen to you again and in the comfort of my own living room! You are a joy to learn from. I will try the envelope technique to peel more layers off my onion! :o) Peace, blessings and love to you my friend – Melissa

  7. Pam says:

    I love you! I just remembered many many hours of spending time with you. You have taught me so much. Hugs.

  8. kathrin says:

    Thanks for the cool advise! It’s like meditating to sit and stare on the screen and just do, well nothing.

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The moment you become aware is the moment of choice.
— Eric Dowsett