EMDR plus Bilateral Sound for racing thoughts.





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Published on Feb 13, 2011

Watch this EMDR video for racing thoughts at night. I've been working on some EMDR stuff for myself and found that watching this video has helped me quiet the inner dialog which has plagued me for years and has prevented me from getting a good night sleep so I thought I would share it with everyone. I cut and pasted a lot of stuff from the internet and some of my own stuff Some of the video came from igetrealtv who makes some wonderful inspirational videos visit their site at http://www.igetrealtv.com I used some of their free samples, I hope they don't mind. Enjoy but be careful sometimes EMDR can bring up unresolved memories and should be used with caution or with a professional.
Robert A. Yourell provided his bilateral sound EvoLucid, with permission.
EvoLucid can be found at http://www.psychinnovations.com/produ... or at http://tinyurl.com/evolucid.

Thank You

Even though many therapists use my videos, I do not create my videos as a self help guide to serious psychological problems, I will always suggest that you seek the help of trained professionals when dealing with trauma.
I mainly create my videos to refocus racing thoughts at night so I can get back to sleep, occasionally I will throw in some positive affirmations of things I’m personally working on but for the most part it’s about shutting off the brain long enough to get back to sleep.

(OK a little bit on why I do the videos the way I do) I use words in my videos to engage both hemispheres of the brain; I alter the pattern of the lights to keep the brain engaged. (too repetitive and the mind will start to wander back to what ever you were thinking about) Remember the object of these videos is to take your mind off your problems not to deal with them (that’s what therapists are for) Bilateral sound, eye movement, changing patterns all work in conjunction to achieve this goal.

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    • Weight Loss - Use Headphones
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    • Kelly Howell
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