The Tool with a 1000 Uses for Empowering Life
The Demartini Method® is a new and powerful methodology for personal or professional transformation. It assists in making quantum leaps in consciousness in quantum time. What once took weeks, months or even years can now be accomplished in a matter of hours. It is a foolproof and effective means of transforming any form of stress or conflict into grateful states of love and vitality. It helps to discover the hidden order.
The term 'Collapse' was extracted from the study of quantum physics. It represents a process of synthesis, where and when two oppositely charged, yet complementary energy particles (human emotions) come together, join, transform, transcend and emerge as new forms of radiant energy and matter (vitality, purpose and love).
The Demartini Method is being used in over 35 countries throughout the world and is being studied in a number of universities. Millions of individuals have now heard of this stress reducing, conflict resolving and heart opening method. It is presently being introduced to psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, health professionals, prison workers, business executives, consultants, financial specialists, film producers, actors and even international delegates working in the United Nations. Anyone can benefit from learning how to use this most important life changing tool.
Who has benefited from completing the Demartini Method?
People who have experienced the following so-called real or imagined 'stressful' events have been shown to be able to successfully dissolve the various emotional charges concerning such psychological or physiological experiences and liberate themselves from the emotional baggage and distress that generally ensues by fully completing the appropriate sides of the Demartini Method.
The list that follows was compiled from actual live cases stories resulting from consults conducted by myself or by my trained Demartini Method Facilitators and from an additional list compiled by Neil Orr and David Patient - authors of The Healer Inside You. The list includes various 'stressful' events that could arise anywhere at anytime within an individual's life - from cradle to casket:
Abortions. Miscarriages. Death of baby at birth or soon thereafter. Baby illness. Baby born with physical or mental problems or defects - autism, Down's syndrome. Giving up baby for adoption or foster care. Challenges for foster care providers. Giving up career or ambitions due to pregnancy. Physical abandonment by parent - one or both - perceived or actual. Emotional abandonment or rejection by parent - one or both - perceived or actual due to sibling(s), work, illness, alcohol, drugs. Divorce of parents. Adoption or foster care. Being sent to boarding school. Rejection by peers. Criticism or abuse by teachers. Criticism or abuse by ministers, priests, or authority figures, Physical abuse, assault, violence, torture, deprivation, Sexual abuse, rape, or attempted rape, Incest - sexual molestation, Physical neglect, Forced to live with people other than parents, Alcohol or drug addicted parent(s), Humiliation, Severe criticism by adults or parents, Being forced to take 'adult' responsibilities too soon, Death of mother, father, grandmother, grandfather, sister, brother, aunt, uncle, child, multiple children, spouse, lover, friend, beloved pet, client, patient. Death of affiliated groups, community members during catastrophe - war, flood, fire, bombs, explosions, terrorism, epidemic. Assault. Being bullied by others. Rape or attempted rape. Mugging, Robbery - theft of possessions. Life threatened - gun, knife, bomb, poison. Life threatened - disaster - fire, flood war, Physical persecution or torture, Hijacking - car or other vehicle, Kidnapping, Destruction of personal property - house burned down, car vandalized, Witnessing or participating in death of or acts of aggression towards others or acts of war, Physical pain or disfigurement due to aggression or violence, Physical pain or disfigurement due to accident or disease, Invasive or complicated surgical procedures, Witnessing abuse or harsh treatment of a loved one.
Witnessing a natural disaster. Discrimination or persecution. Being sued for civil or criminal reasons. Prison or jail service. Deportation. Refusal of access to institutions or facilities due to social undesirability or unacceptability. Forced removal from home or community. Starting a new job. Starting you own business. Spouse or lover starting his or her own business. Being fired from your job. Firing of spouse or lover from his or her job. Being retrenched. Retrenchment of spouse or lover from his or her job. Being sexually, emotionally or physically harassed at work. Sexual, emotional or physical harassment of spouse or lover at work. Retirement due to age. Retirement due to age of spouse or lover. Retirement due to illness or other non-age reasons. Retirement due to illness or other non-age reasons of spouse or lover. Losing your own business. Being forced out of your own business. Being forced out of someone else's company. Loss of you spouse's or lover's business. Selling you own business. Own business (or spouse's or lover's business) facing bankruptcy or other serious threats. Periods of involuntary unemployment (self, spouse or lover). Demotions. Own career progress blocked by some reason. Giving up career or dreams for family. Promotions. Doing a job you do not feel competent to do. Giving up a job or career you loved for whatever reasons. Doing a job or career that bores/bored you. Being forced to do a job for whatever reason. Persistent conflict with superiors, partners or colleagues. Compromising yourself to keep or get a job. Threats of dismissal when you really need the job. Loss of income. Serious decline in value of investments. Serious decline in financial income and status. Insolvency. Bankruptcy. Liquidation. Repossession of household goods due to inability to pay. Heavy debt load. Bond. Being over or under insured. Having no insurance. Inadequate medical scheme benefits. High medical costs to pay. Bad credit rating. Over-extended credit. No or little savings to get you through challenging economic times. Inadequate or absent pension. Theft of your saved money due to fraud. Irregular income. Not having enough money to ensure basic survival. Losing a friend due to relocation. Losing a friend due to betrayal of trust. Losing a friend due to argument or misunderstanding. Watching a friend suffer pain or disease. Betraying a friend due to necessity or other reasons. Being rejected by a friend or someone else. Refusal of friendship by someone you wanted as a friend. Divorce. Separation. Forced separation due to divorce.
Being told by your partner that you are not sexually attractive. Being told you are not a good lover. Discovering you are no longer sexually attracted to you partner. Continual emotional abuse towards you by your partner. Continual physical abuse towards you by your partner. Continual mental abuse towards you by your partner. Hurting someone you love and feeling unable to stop it. Breaking off a relationship and then believing that it was a mistake. Being stood up by your partner - at the altar or other settings. Discovering your partner is in love with someone else. Discovering your partner is having a long term affair with someone else. Loving someone who will not commit or cannot commit to you. Serious cultural or religious differences between you and your partner. Interfering family members. Betrayal of trust by partner. Living with an alcoholic partner or drug addict. Living with a partner who is a compulsive gambler. Living with a partner with a terminal or serious illness. Discovering you partner is attracted to people of a different gender to you. Knowing you are gay and trying to maintain a heterosexual relationship. Living together for the sake of the children when the relationship is over. Suppressing a secret fetish in a relationship - cross dressing. Being forced to marry someone you do not love. Being forced to break off a relationship with someone you love - through family pressure. Losing the one you love to someone else. Your partner discovering you are having an affair with someone else. Having a secret affair with someone else. Loving and living with someone in a relationship that is rejected by family or friends. Sexual impotency or frigidity of yourself. Sexual impotency or frigidity of partner. Discovering you have a sexually transmitted disease. Discovering your partner has a sexually transmitted disease. Inability to find someone to love or who will love you. Disputes with or harassment by ex-partner. Disputes with or harassment by spouse's or lover's ex-partner. Wanting to study further and being "prevented" from doing so. Being rejected when applying for entrance to a career you want. Being forced to study something in which you are not interested. Failing an important test or exam. Realizing you are not capable of doing something you want to do. Being told you are stupid or incapable. Achieving something and realizing that you cannot achieve any higher.
Stating your ambitions and being criticized or ridiculed for it. Sacrificing you ambitions for the family. Not having enough money to pursue your chosen ambition. Following a specific career when you really want to do something else. Being rejected by family or friends for choosing a specific career or field of study. Losing friends or family due to promotion or advancement in your career or studies. Being punished for failing. Being punished for succeeding. Negative comparison of abilities with brother, sister or someone else. Being told you will never amount to anything. Being told you will be loved only if you succeed. Witnessing the humiliation, rejection or pain of someone for failing. Witnessing the humiliation, rejection or pain of someone for succeeding. Promising someone you love that you will follow a specific career to please or win his or her approval. Receiving a diagnosis of a life-threatening disease. Being told by a doctor you are going to die. Being told by your doctor that the illness you have cannot be cured or reversed. Seeing a loved one suffer and die from a serious illness. Losing the function of some part of your body e.g. paralysis, blindness, deafness. Injury as a result of an accident. Hospitalization. Pain - on and off and recurrent. Pain - chronic. Failure of treatment of disease or surgery. Recurrence of disease symptoms believed cured. Getting old.
The Demartini Method® is a powerful new, reproducible human transformation methodology. It allows participants to dissolve conflicts, overcome challenging circumstances, appreciate themselves and others, open their hearts, and attain a state of presence and certainty that is beyond complete description.