(1) It works to Release those individual Adverse Emotional Experiences that have been identified through evaluating the stress factors of the Brain/Body connection.
(2) It works to Reprogram the coping mechanisms that have been built from the Adverse Emotional Experiences. These ancillary patterns are ways of surviving emotional traumas
by using false beliefs, negative life patterns and/or unwanted core drivers.
(3) It works to Reset the Brain and Neurological Pathways to all areas of the body so that the individual can heal unencumbered.
Trauma therapy through QNRT not only disconnects Adverse Emotional triggers without the stress of reliving old trauma, but also physically removes the trauma/PTSD from specific brain lobes, corresponding tissue, and the nervous system. Thereby, allowing your brain to operate with new positive subconscious programing, free from old patterns and triggers.
The principals of QNRT® are supported by the findings of the ACE (Adverse Childhood Experiences) Study* as it relates to future symptoms, behaviors and illnesses. According to the ACE Study, children who have experienced specific adverse emotional experiences were prone to a multitude of health and social problems continuing into adulthood. Health issues include heart, liver and respiratory concerns. Mental issues may include sadness, anxiety and anger, as well as high risk social behaviors such as drug abuse, alcoholism and early initiation of sexual behavior.
The Ace Study concludes that related issues can occur much later in life, long after the Adverse Emotional Experience occurred. This Study and many studies like it demonstrate the Brain/Body connection to our overall health. Our bodies were not designed to sustain a high level of stress continuously over an extended period of time. Simple biological functions begin to deteriorate and experience reduced performance based on the emotional overload. The balance between Brain and Nervous System, according to QNRT®, is a major factor in obtaining and maintaining good health.
For further information on the ACE Study, go to www.cdc.gov/ace.
Watch an overview from Dr. John Turner, who founded and developed QNRT. Click the ”QNRT Overview Video” button.