Psycho-puncture, a diagnosis
based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, uses Psycho-pressure to release stuck emotions. Dr. George Xavier Love who coined the terms “Psycho-puncture” and “psycho-pressure” uses thirty years of clinical experience, healing words, rhythm and movement to balance your emotions.
Identification of patterns of emotional imbalance
Psycho-pressure tapping method
(to break neural patterns of addiction to pain and suffering)
Prescribed Qi-Gong exercises for emotional imbalance
Psycho-puncture Emotional Imbalances
Three Daoist Demons
One Desire for power
One Desire for possession
One Sexual fantasy or Perversion
Three Buddhist Poisons
Four Heart Hurts - Blue Dragon Qi-Gong exercise #1,4,5
Seven Deadly Emotions – Acupuncture Meridian therapy
Six Greedy Thieves – Meditation
Attachment to Fives Senses and desire for sensation
PSYCHO-PUNCTURE works to detect and release suppressed emotions and energy blocks. Suppressed emotions, negative thoughts and unrealistic beliefs create blocks in our subtle body that cause physical, emotional, mental and spiritual disorders. They can also sabotage our success in relationships, finances and life goals. These blocks can also manifest as illness and other physical problems. In the next few moments, take a little time to think about a problem that you have, a pain, a fear, an illness or perhaps a phobia, something that always makes you depressed when you think about it, just generally any negative emotion you are happy to release now and forever. Choose a statement that rings true to you, choosing words that make sense to you and you alone.
The Cause of all Pain, suffering and sickness is emotional stress which causes poor digestion and bad diet, wrong ideas, thoughts and feelings, lack of breath and movement. This produces poor metabolic function and poor mental function creating poor choices of health maintenance causing physical breakdown and disease.
The remedy will be found in a technique called PSYCHO-PRESSURE the fastest solution to Emotional Health taught by a Doctor of Oriental Medicine.
Psycho-pressure is a meridian energy therapy -
just like acupuncture, it works directly on the meridian system in the body. But instead of needles, you stimulate the major meridian points by tapping on them or massaging them lightly. Psycho-pressure is a self – help protocol designed for ease of use so everyone can benefit from Psycho-Puncture without learning about meridians
Psycho-pressure is a true mind/body healing technique because it combines the physical effects of meridian treatments with the mental effects of focusing on the pain or problem at the same time.
Take a moment now to find and touch each point in turn. You may notice that some feel slightly different from others, or you may not. When you get to work on various issues, you will feel that some of the points “feel” differently when you tap them, and you will notice that the shift or release will occur with one or more points, depending on the reason for using the technique at the time.
Rating Your Discomfort/PAIN level
Now Measure the problem on a scale of 1-10. Ten being the worst and one being the least, in terms of it not allowing you to function to the best of your capacity. Write this number down.
PSYCHO-PRESSURE – “Tapping” the Acu-Points
Try now tapping the point under your eye, with your thumb, index and middle fingers, quite rapidly about seven to nine times or as many times as it takes for you to take a normal breath in and out. The strength of tapping should be comfortable, but you should be able to feel a resonance from the tapping spreading out across a reasonable part of that side of your face.
Try now tapping the point under your eye, with your index or index and middle fingers, quite rapidly* about seven to nine times or as many times as it takes for you to take a normal breath in and out. The strength of tapping should be comfortable, but you should be able to feel a resonance from the tapping spreading out across a reasonable part of that side of your face.
* I have notice that different people have different speeds of tapping. We generally show a tapping speed in line with the rhythm of “Love is all you Need”.
In spite of this some people develop a kind of woodpecker action after a while, and others tap quite slowly.
I would suggest that what feels right to you probably is right for you.
For practice, tap all the points from #1 – #13 now just to get the feel of tapping 7 TIMES.
Identifying the Problem – Clarifying your Issue
To direct the releasing effects of the tapping to the required area, we focus the mind on the problem by using a statement of the problem: “I am afraid of heights.”
Preferably, this is spoken out loud to engage as much of the neurology as possible and to contact the problem as directly as possible.
The more forthright, direct and truthful you can be, the more profound a change you will experience.
The Set Up
Once we have named the problem/issue, we can start with the Set Up.
For the opening statement, we use the following routine:
Find the sore spot on either side of your chest; rub it around gently and say
“Even though I (insert problem statement), I deeply and profoundly accept myself.”
For example, if you decided your problem was “My back is killing me”, you would say as your Set Up Statement:
“Even though my back is killing me, I deeply and profoundly accept myself.”
Repeat this three times, rubbing the Sore Spot continuously as you do so, and please do endeavor to put some meaning and energy into the “I deeply and profoundly accept myself” part
Following the Set Up, we now tap all the points, starting from the top (Eyebrow #1) and ending up with the Karate Chop Point on the hand #12.
As you tap each point, repeat a shortened version of the Set Up Statement which is called the reminder phrase; so if your set up statement was,
“Even though I hate and despise my boss, I deeply and profoundly accept myself”,
… you can say the reminder (shortened version) phrase: I deeply and profoundly accept myself
…on each point at the same time as you tap.
The 9 Gamut
This is the middle part in what is sometimes called the PSYCHO-PRESSURE sandwich:
Following tapping all the points about 7 times from the top of the eyebrow to the karate chop point, you tap continuously on the Gamut point (#13), and then do the following:
- Move your eyes from the floor to the ceiling without moving your head and back again. Move your eyes from left to right and back again on a diagonal up and down
- Roll your eyes in a big circle and reverse back circle again
- Hum – All You need is Love (or another tune or just a scale) for about one bar;
- Count – one two three four five
- Hum again – All You need is Love (or another tune or just a scale)
- Take a deep breath in and out.
As you do these (at first slightly unusual) things*, repeat the statement in between as best you can to keep yourself focused on the problem in hand.
Then, repeat the Round one more time, tapping all the points from the eyebrow to the karate chop point. Take a deep breath and allow yourself a moment to reflect on how you feel now.
*The eye movements are linked to various brain functions and the reason for the humming-counting-humming maneuver is to switch between hemispheres quite quickly; both are designed to “wake up” your neurology so the tapping can go to work on the problem.
Testing Your Changes
A great way to ascertain from yourself or others just how you feel is to put a number on it. The technical term is taking a PAIN Level reading, which stands for Pathological Activation Index Number.
What that means is you ask yourself:
On a scale of 1 to 10, 10 being the highest imaginable pain/freak out/fear/sadness/dis-comfort, and 1 being completely calm, pain free, tranquil, relaxed and happy, how would you rate what you are experiencing at this moment?
This works for emotions as well as for physical sensations and even for beliefs, which might be a problem:
On a scale of one to ten:
how depressed are you right now?
how painful is your leg?
how bad is your fear of heights?
how distressing is this memory?
how much do you hate this person?
Before you begin tapping for any subject or problem, take the time to take a PAIN level reading and make a mental note of it. Then, when you have completed a Sandwich treatment, ask the question again to find how much has changed. It’s a good way to be able to assess how well the treatment has worked and if you need to repeat the treatment.
Sometimes, the problem can go from as high as 10 to as low as 1 in a single Sandwich treatment.
More often though, you start with 8 or 9, and after a round of tapping, the severity is reduced to a 4 or a 5.
This means that the treatment is beginning to work but there’s more to be done.
Subsequent Treatment Rounds
If the original set up statement was something along the lines of, “Even though I have this problem” and you have tapped a first round on “this problem”, and upon checking with yourself, this problem is not as severe anymore but still noticeable, change the start up affirmation to:
“Even though there is still some of this problem remaining”,
“Even though I still have some of this problem”.
When you’re down to a rating of “Oh its a tiny little bit now” which would be a 2, 1 or a half on the subjective rating scale, a third round can be done with the opening statement of,
“I want to completely overcome this problem and I fully and completely accept myself”.
And that’s it!
It’s as simple as that. There’s no need for you to worry about getting it wrong, or getting the wrong statement.
ALL PSYCHO-PRESSURE YOU DO IS GOOD FOR YOU.
Any tapping you do stimulates the meridians, relaxes you, calms you and makes you feel a little better, even if you get totally the wrong opening affirmation and the original problem has not yet shifted.
Just try again with a different start up phrase, or think about what the truth about the problem might be.
On line Courses, Distance Learning
Psycho-puncture – 8 lessonDiagnosis
Physical Palpation of Associated Point
- Terminology of Injuries to Organs
- Symptoms of 5 Element Organs
- Where Held in Body
- Chakra Attunements
- Tapping-Emo-free therapy
- Shamanic Qigong Meridian Qigong – 5 Exercises
- Emotional Release Dance
- Emotional Ear