A variety of trauma healing techniques such as Whole Hearted Healing TM (WHH) and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) are used to treat many conditions and issues: PTSD, trauma, relationship issues, separation issues, co-dependency, phobias, some physical conditions.
Appropriate treatments are determined during an assessment talk based on the symptoms the client is aware of whilst being focusses on his/her issue. Sometimes one trauma regression or one generational regression will resolve the issue. Other times a variety and more than one session is needed to deal with the client’s problem.
During the first session the client will learn 3 auxiliary methods that help with speeding up the healing process: How to apply self-love, how to move the centre of awareness (CoA) and how to do 1-point tapping.
Some of the Peak States techniques are simple guided visualisations that correspond to the relevant biological moment of the trauma. The therapist guides the client through the steps of the healing technique and assists him/her to stay focussed an on track.
Gaia Phrase processes are used to rebuild damaged bio-structures to heal shattered mind, self-identity problems and multiple personality disorder.
This process treats the condition of Attention deficit Disorder
Column of Self Repair
Column of Self repair process treats the developmental event that forms the core or directing self. The presenting symptoms of a damaged core self are: false identities, causing a person to be identified with and stuck in roles in life. This results in rigidity around opinions that are not part of the role one plays. When forced outside of a role a person drops into sometimes severe existential fears, discomfort in social situations, and not knowing what to do with ones life. Certain damage in the column also indicates split personality disorder and over identifications with parents.
The client may need a time of adjustment to integrate the new state.
The column repair process is done to the client while he/she rests and it takes about 5 hours.
Shattered Mind Repair
A shattered mind can be the result of a nervous breakdown or drug damage, a psychotic episode or a period of spiritual emergency. It makes it difficult to function in everyday life. Meditation or focussing on self-administered healing techniques is near to impossible.
The symptoms are an inability to focus and concentrate on one thing at a time, and the sense that the mind or feelings are in many pieces - the kaleidoscope effect.
The Shattered Mind Repair Process takes approximately 3 hours.
It is done to the client who lies down and rests whilst the therapist is working.
Immediately after the process a supervised integration time is required.
The brain repair process repairs physical damage to the brain from drug abuse or injury. A scan done by the Institute’s therapists with advanced level skills will reveal dark patches in the area of the physical brain. They may cause a slow mind function in people or problems with left right integration. This process takes about 15 hours to do and is done to the resting client.
Flattened Emotions Repair
A person with the flattened emotions condition appears ‘colourless’. All feelings have the same level of intensity approximately 10% - 20% of the normal range. It is a mal-function of the heart brain which is accidentally induced. The repair process gives the client the full range of feelings back. He/she is able to do the process under supervision on him/herself. Depending on their concentration span, it may be done in one day. Once the client understands the mechanism that caused the condition in the first place, he/she is unlikely to recreate it.
To treat toxicity the Silent Mind/Tribal Block process is used if the toxicity is mainly in the head and lower torso. An extension of this process treats toxicity in other parts of the body also. Lethargy, tiredness and a cloudy mind are symptoms of toxicity. A structural scan, done by one of the Institute's advanced therapists shows how much toxicity a person is dealing with.
Gaia Phrase processes are used to heal traumas that block permanent peak states. A peaks state is an original state of health in the human psyche. It is either inherited or achieved through healing specific trauma. Each state is characterised by a unique criteria specific to that state. Once the developmental origins are healed the states are permanent and cannot be reversed (some very rare exceptions exist). Certain types of trauma are able to temporarily override a person’s ability to sense their peak state. When healed, the state comes back into the foreground.
In the Inner Peace State a person’s emotional experience is authentic to the present moment. Emotional activations are reduced to the current experience rather than being blown out of proportion by accumulated past trauma - in other words, your pent up emotions only activate during targeted trauma healing sessions.
The state is achieved by fully merging the heart and mind intelligences (‘brains’), which synchronise a person’s feeling and thinking. The polarisation and its related conflicts between mind and heart end.
The positive effect of having this state is an underlying sense of peace, even during emotionally dramatic situations. A person has the ability to stay calmer during a storm and is able to feel whilst thinking and think whilst feeling, which enhances the way we make decisions.
The client is guided into doing this process on him/herself and it takes between 3 - 9 hours to complete.
With the Brainlight State some aspects of a person’s personality become positive. Healing this state eliminates one of many layers of negativity. The process repairs developmental injuries that affect the formation of the triune brains and their attitude to life. The ‘brains’ are our sub-personalities. Healing their damage effects the way we operate and interact through our personalities. During the process their unhealed, discoloured biological form brighten to 100% and they regain their original, radiating state.
The client is guided into doing this process on him/herself and it takes between 3 - 9 hours to complete.
In the Silent Mind State the mind becomes still. There are a number of different types of voices and noises that influence the way one feels and thinks. People live with them as if they are their own. Without the ability to discern the origins of the content of the mind, a person may never live their own reality. They may follow thoughts and directions from foreign intruders/soul pieces or from their own past traumas.
The process heals the biological origin of mind chatter and the need to create new foreign voices/noises. Depending on the type of mind chatter one or more subsidiary processes may be done. The new experience takes one hour to one week to integrate.
The Silent Mind Process and the Tribal Block Process are identical. They both have the same developmental origin, hence when someone gets a silent mind they also have unblocked the tribe and visa versa.
The Tribal block aspect relates to the resistance the ‘tribes’ offers in life when a person wants to move forwards or change. Tribes like friends, family or colleagues, want to maintain the status quo. This results in corded co-dependency, based on complementary unresolved trauma. The symptoms range from unstoppable arguing, manipulation, to positive but dependent interactions, as well as the inability to unhook from a conversation, a past lover, friend or partner. Active cords suppress the sensations of peak states. These ‘cords’ disappear after the process is done as well as the need to create new ones, leaving a person free and independent.
The downside of this new state is a possible feeling of isolation or separateness, if all one’s previous interactions were based on cords. Some friends or life situations will drop away or change. The elimination of soul pieces and cords also heals sex addiction.
It takes approximately 4 - 8 hours for the therapist to complete the process. It is done for the client, who can rest comfortably whist he/she is being worked on.
Entering one’s Optimal Lifepath is a shamanic skill rather than a peak state - the Gaia phrase technique is used to gain the skill. In PeakStates work ‘optimal’ is one’s best solution to reach exceptional health. Surrendering to the bio-intelligence (Gaia) every moment of one’s life brings about the most efficient and fastest route to wholeness and wellbeing. It is not the easiest way as it naturally leads to the places where healing needs to occur.
Only about 3 % or the population travels the optimal path. Facing one’s healing crisis is more confronting and leads to people changing course frequently. Alternative life paths are also ok, just not optimal for the ultimate goal of health.
This process is for people who are ready to surrender to letting Gaia run the show so to speak. It takes up to 3 days to integrate the technique and then requires regular practice to really benefit from its use. The main indicator that one is on one’s optimal path is an underlying feeling of euphoria. The absence of this feeling indicates that one has taken an alternative Route.
A variety of trauma healing techniques are used to eliminate the cravings, enabling an easier and higher rate of recovery. Hearing voices: A variety of trauma healing techniques are used to eliminate different types of voices
The Fox technique for Addictions
Cravings and withdrawal, as well as peer pressure and brain damage, are fundamental elements in maintaining addictive behaviour. They are also the leading factor when a client relapses after treatment. The Institute for the Study of Peak States has researched and developed a very effective technique that eliminates cravings and withdrawal symptoms by addressing the fundamental origins of addiction. The Fox Technique does not involve the use of medications or a requirement of personal will power. It significantly increases the conventional addiction treatment success rate of 20% to around 80%. After removing the overwhelming barriers of cravings and withdrawal, the client feels empowered to address and master other important aspects of his/her addiction. The technique is a stand alone treatment for milder forms of addiction but not a cure all in severe cases. Here it should be considered an ancillary method, supporting a longterm rehabilitation program. Whole-Hearted Healing will assist in treating anxiety, panic attacks and other traumatic disorders related to addiction. The Fox technique is suitable for substance and behavioural addictions including sex and love addiction. The assessment and first cycle of treatment takes approximately 6 hours and can be done in one day.
Smoking is addictive and for most smokers a strong unconscious force seems to be driving them back to smoking when they try to quit. Even long after becoming smoke-free, some ex-smokers feel a need, craving or longing for the “feeling” that smoking gave them. For some ex-smokers, this need/craving/longing can be present even though the thought or smell of smoke feels repulsing to them and there may be a tendency that these people have replaced cigarettes with products containing nicotine or they have gained a habit of snacking a lot and perhaps gained weight.
For the last 15 years, the Institute for the Study of Peak States (ISPS) has been working on finding methods that can effectively treat addiction. Until recently, the ISPS addiction methods have been effective with many forms of addiction but not as effective with smoking. The recent discovery of what is causing the craving for cigarettes and why a smoker needs this addiction has been ground breaking and has led to an effective technique that can eliminate the problems - and it looks promising so far.
The underlying problems
It turns out that there are one or two primary problems that drive the majority of smokers. The first problem has to do with the craving, the strong urges to fill the lungs with smoke, which are hard if not impossible to resist. When this problem is healed, the client will feel an aversion to cigarette smoke or to the smell. For some clients, healing this, will uncover a craving to have the addiction back, to fill the moments of life that used to be spent smoking, or to be addicted to the addiction, so to speak. Healing this need for an addiction is the second layer of treatment. Each smoker is unique and there can be various combinations of other problems adding to their smoking behavior that need to be addressed with other ISPS techniques.
The aim of the treatment is to remove the craving for cigarettes and the need to replace it with other substitutes like nicotine products, food or other addictive substances.
The therapist will ask questions to uncover the specific problems the client has and guide him/her through the healing process.
Some smokers unconsciously cover up feelings by smoking (ex-smokers may cover up the same issue by using nicotine products or food). Working with these often challenging feelings can cause distress until they are fully healed. Working through the different problems may not always be achieved within a single session. It is thus possible to get to the point where the client may feel aversion towards smoke and literally not being able to inhale but at the same time having a strong need to do so or a strong need for a replacement addiction (caused by the second problem that is not solved yet).
When working with unconscious mechanisms and trauma, there is a risk that other related or unrelated problems may come into awareness. This could cause distress to the client but can be solved relatively quickly with other ISPS techniques.
When working with unconscious mechanisms and trauma there is always the above-mentioned risk of triggering other suppressed feelings. For safety and ethical reasons, we ask the clients to sign a nondisclosure form and a commitment not to experiment with the techniques but to report back to the therapist with any difficulties. For the safety of clients, ISPS processes should only be used by appropriately trained and certified ISPS therapists.
Relationship Survival Program
Some of the Institute’s techniques make an excellent package to improve relationships. Regardless of what relating situation one is in, certain dynamics are always the same for couples, friends, teachers and pupils, colleagues, families, employers and employees.
- Co-dependency is one of the most common problems, regardless of whether it is positive or negative. A simple technique called Distant Personality Release (DPR) gives a client the skill to undo activated cords or co-dependent patterns. An alternative to DPR is the Silent Mind /Tribal block Process which will eliminate all cords and the need to create new ones permanently.
- Projection is the second most common relationship downer. Most people are blind to their own projections and very alert to other people’s. Recognising this blind spot and eliminating the projection is done with the Corteau Projections Technique.
- Emotional reactions are the third culprit in relating with others. The Inner Peace peaks state process reduces these reactions to what is relevant to the present moment. This means that the emotions from past traumas do not overwhelm or control the present situation.
- Projected negative thoughts or curses can also be eliminated with the DPR technique.
- For negative resonances, the institute’s e-cord technique is applied.
Apart from the Inner Peace process, the above techniques take one hour each to learn and are available as a weekend course or for individuals in one on one consultations.
Developing processes and treating the symptoms of autism and multiple sclerosis
Face to face individual sessions
Longer residential retreats
Face to face Skype sessions, depending on the nature of treatment.
All PeakStates Therapy Clinics operate under the ‘Charge for Results’ policy, where fees are refundable if the agreed results are not obtained. A worldwide therapeutic backup system is in place when specialised treatment is required. Occasionally the clinics support the ISPS research department by recruiting clients for testing processes.
Most therapy happens while sitting comfortably, without the need for body contact. Our therapists with advanced skills are also able to treat clients remotely. A typical session involves clarifying an issue or condition that requires treatment. Through guided regression and a variety of trauma healing techniques the client resolves their presenting problem. On completion, the client will feel calm, peaceful and light. A PeakStates process is a meditative experience, using Gaia phrases and music, guided by the therapist.