THE CR PROCESS
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During a Repetitive Behavior Cellular Regression® (RBCR) CR Session, we help a client to circumvent normal memory recall by having them use their five senses as descriptors. This way the client is able to arrive at a level of cellular memory. The primary objective of this sequencing model is to neutralize emotions in an event, and permanently remove the emotional hold from that specific event. Many patterns of behavior throughout the individual’s life are then neutralized. This creates an environment clean from distracting emotions.
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The CR Process is also used as a prerequisite to our certification program and becoming a Certified CR Practitioner.
Definition: RBCR is an online, non-linear, sequencing model for decreasing repetitive behaviors. Using the 5 senses as descriptors for memories, we look for missing or odd information getting us to the unknown Active Block that is driving these behaviors. This is done without using hypnosis or pharmaceuticals.
Decreased Overall Stress
Decreased Addictive Behaviors
Note from Amb. Terry
Dr. Sigmund Freud believed that what people suffered from in adult life stemmed from a traumatic event early in childhood. He was right, yet he couldn’t find a consistent method to find an amnesic early childhood trauma using hypnosis, and I did... without the use of hypnosis, NLP, EMDR, EFT, drugs or psychotropics. As the father of RBCR, I am pleased and excited that we can help with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder/Response) and other repetitive behaviors including and not limited to suicide ideation.
I created RBCR while helping someone who was having a lot of emotional trauma and no therapies, medicines, or techniques were working for her. As she guided me through her past, I began to look for the root cause of what was going on with her. When I came across tags and filters, I used one of her five senses to circumvent memory recall and found that I could unplug the hidden emotions of an amnesic like event and permanently remove that emotional tie to that specific event. This then neutralized many patterns of behavior throughout her life. The results were amazing. She is now living a normal life in her home with a great job. She loves serving others and is free of terrible nightmares.
“Forgive others, not because they deserve forgiveness, but because you deserve peace.” ~ unknown
THE CR PROCESS - 30 Day Experience
2-3 Hours on Zoom, Skype (CR Session) with CR Practitioner
7 Days of Journaling (Self-repatterning)
Journal Analysis by CR Practitioner
1 hr. call to go over the journal with CR Practitioner
1 hr. Day 15 follow-up call with CR Practitioner
1 hr. Day 30 follow-up call with CR Practitioner
CR Client Journal entry snippets (permission to share)
Day 1 - Peace and clarity. I feel good. Not as angry.
Day 2 - Had a great day yesterday. Busy, didn't rattle me. Fought with my wife and had clarity I've never had before and things fell into place in my mind.
Day 3 - Lots of clarity today. Suicidal thoughts non-existent.
Day 4 - No negative thoughts, nothing rattling me. Dipshit drivers yesterday - I didn't even get mad.
Day 5 - Great day, clear head continues. I’m more at peace, even while driving which is really weird.
Day 6 - More at peace - even while driving. No suicidal thoughts whatsoever.
Day 7 - No suicidal thoughts at all which is so weird, but welcome.
HOW DOES THIS WORK?
When starting a RBCR Session, the RBCR Practitioner has the client relax and think about a memory that they remember often with fondness (“Hey, remember when…”). We tell the client, “There are no good memories there are no bad memories – simply memories.”
Now, here’s where RBCR is different from all other known modalities and processes: During this and consecutive memories the CR Practitioner keeps the client out of story and therefore out of emotion. We are not focused on the emotions; we are focused on cellular memory.
By remembering an event using one of our senses, instead of normal memory recall, we shut down the normal conscious/sub-conscious recall system where the above mentioned tags, filters, and the Active Block are hiding.
It is a single session process that often takes several memory recalls to get to the foundational psychosomatic like event that drives the client’s particular issues, for example, a life of failures, procrastination, and/or self-sabotage.
Once the foundational event is neutralized, our practitioners help the client to re-pattern themselves, keeping the client fully present with their thoughts and avoiding the return of old patterns.
Many of our clients have told us they cannot recall memories from their childhood and that’s okay because we help them find the Active Block and uncover those hidden memories with consistent positive results. For more information, check out Cellular Memory and Its Use In Science Today.
Repetitive Behavior Cellular Regression® (RBCR) is a new, non-linear, sequencing model for getting to the core of Repetitive Behaviors. The CR Process is able to by-pass conscious and sub-conscious synchronization for memory recall. The client is kept fully present and out of the story, thus, out of the emotions of the memory. White Papers available.
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The CR Process©
Via The CR Process© we find and defuse an unknown block that drives behavior patterns and keeps a person STUCK.
This particular block is not just a blind spot. It has the ability to outwit even the most experienced of coaches.
Through our research we are now able to pull back the curtain revealing the unknown source that actively avoids, diverts, and deflects its presence.
Our clients find the peace and breakthroughs they are looking for in their business and their lives, returning to their coaches ready for success.
“We are born with an already established personality. As we age, we become witness to various stimuli that changes the way we look at the world and how we will act and react in it.” ~Terry Earthwind Nichols