We then, after much trial and error, found that each of the 300 plus body points had a specific audio frequency that identified and accessed that point (resonated) and a wave shape that was the key to unlocking and releasing it. We packaged this all into audio and video files of music, ocean waves, rivers, naturescapes, etc. and by listening to it, it did about the same job as being wired up with electrode gel and a bondage of wires and a wire up pit crew. With headphones, the subject was hands, wires, bathing suit and conductive gel free! The next piece of the puzzle was our investigation of eye movement processing or bilateral stimulation or NLP, often referenced by the extensive studies done on EMDR. EMDR has a few models or mechanisms of action.
First–by rapidly moving your eyes back and forth, the subject mimics REM sleep. REM sleep is the brains mechanism for releasing stress. REM sleep is also an indicator of lucid dreaming, which is a mode in which the subconscious speaks to us. “Deep napping” that induces REM sleep makes people feel better, but the mechanism of the “feel better” was not really known. Refreshing was often assumed to just mean rested but not understood as REM–the brain’s integrating and making coherent process for stressful incidents by releasing the charge through rapid eye movement. I first, many years ago, noticed that when I walked in the woods and looked carefully at natural elements such as trees, plants, water, rocks, leaves, etc. viewing each scene on the trail, that I started feeling much better and stressful day’s events would unwind.