ImTT is uniquely suited for crisis management. Suicidal feelings, depression, pain, and intense anxiety can create a crisis in a person's life. ImTT can be useful in helping a person release some of the feelings that are overwhelming them. For example, a person who is suicidal is usually suicidal because they are experiencing intense pain. The person does not really want to kill themselves, rather he just wants to be out of pain.
In these types of crisis situations, the Pain/Terror Release Protocol can be used to release the intense pain, terror, or depression that the person is experiencing without the person having to talk about his situation. The result of using the P/TRP in this situation is that, once the person has calmed down, he can discuss his problems without becoming overwhelmed with feelings. The person is then capable of psychological treatment. The need for medication is minimized.
Pain Release Audio (MP3)
The Pain Release Audio download can be used to release emotional pain. Put yourself into a comfortable position with legs uncrossed.
Remember, you do not need to intensely experience the pain in order to release it. If fact, feeling the pain interferes with the release of the pain.
This audio can be used to release any feeling other than shock or frozen.
The two different audios presented here are only different in the length of time between instructions—30 or 40 seconds.
This is an audio recording of the Image Transformation Therapy Shock Release Protocol developed by Robert Miller. This audio is copyrighted by Robert Miller but can be downloaded for personal use.
Shock is a normal response to any traumatic event. The survival purpose of shock is to numb the feelings so that the person can be calm enough to do whatever is necessary in order to survive the traumatic event.
The problem is that the shock does not release from the body. Rather, it continues to numb the feelings and prevents the person from naturally processing the event. The result is that the event stays vivid in the mind even while some of the feelings are numbed out.
For most people, releasing the shock of an event will allow the memories and feelings of the event to process more easily and allows them to gain a better perspective on the event.
However, because shock numbs the feelings, there are times when the release of shock reaction will also allow the previously numbed feelings to surface. In this situation, the person should immediately switch to releasing that feeling with either the P/TRP or the F/SRP whichever is appropriate. The shock reaction can then be released after the emergent feeling is released.
Shock not only occurs when an event is traumatic but whenever the person experiences a shift in reality—either positive or negative. For example, shock can occur when a person gets married or divorced. A simple indictor that shock is present is an expression of denial such as “I can’t believe that happened.” “I can’t believe he said that.” Releasing the shock allows the person to accept the situation and focus mentally to accomplish what needs to be done.
Click on the link below to download the Shock Release Protocol audio
The feeling of "frozen" blocks or incapacitates a person from being able to do things that are not actually difficult for the person to do. The results of this incapacity include feelings of anxiety, overwhelm, and procrastination. This "frozen" feeling can be released with this protocol.
Click on the link below to download the "Frozen" Feeling Release Protocol