I just came across the Z-Point Process. Seems very simple, powerful and easy to practice?
Any one of you have any positive experiences with this process. Would be grateful if you could share.
I don't know if the Z-Point Process has been amended at all by the creator of it in the few years since I looked at it but I found it to be a useful and valid clearing process. (My understanding of it is the same as the link in your question)
It basically achieves the same clearing effect as EFT but without the need for tapping since you are using a trigger word to activate the "positive state" instead of energy flowing into acupuncture points (through tapping) as in EFT.
The basic principle with all these kinds of clearing methods (Z-Point, EFT, Release Technique and so on) is that if the mind is presented simultaneously with a "positive state" and a "negative state", it will naturally release the "negative state" in favor of the positive one.
To create your own clearing method then, you just have to come up with some "body hack" to elicit a positive and negative state at the same time :) Perhaps we'll see a "Sourabh Method" soon? ;)
With Z-Point, it seems to be basically an NLP anchor firing off (the "Shazam" trigger word) that is eliciting that positive state. Thinking about it, the anchor in the Z-Point method may well be just eliciting a neutral state actually but, neutral or positive, it achieves the same neutralizing effect on a simultaneously-triggered negative state.
There's an interesting extension to Z-Point mentioned on the Z-Point website that I once bought called "Erase The Tape". It's a similar approach to Faster EFT's "Super Power Quick Tap" in that you bunch up a pile of negative states and it clears them all up in one go.
I didn't really use "Erase The Tape" that much but it was a clever and simple idea and is probably worth investigating if you like Z-Point.
answered 25 Jan '12, 14:08
i have watched the first video and yes what he say is true about the child it comes back to the ego and the belief that have enter your mind and the emotion in your heart and how one relates to the other. again i say know your self. so you need to go in and do a clean up of the house. will add more when i have watched the rest. but it is very interesting that guy has found something. experience and enjoy.
update video 2 clear the way feeling from the hearth shazam shazam shazam.
clean the house from the heart with faith god name 3 time.
video 3: linking though and emotion eliminating what does not work 3 time god name feel positive relax. similar to what someone does in meditation observing though and emotion. and solving them permenantely. is way seams more like satsang meditation. what is satsang meditation? meditation in the life reflecting and staying in the truth. Satsanga, Satsangam, Satsang (Sanskrit सत्सङ्ग sat = true, sanga = company) in Indian philosophy means (1) the company of the "highest truth," (2) the company of a guru, or (3) company with an assembly of persons who listen to, talk about, and assimilate the truth. This typically involves listening to or reading scriptures, reflecting on, discussing and assimilating their meaning, meditating on the source of these words, and bringing their meaning into one’s daily life. Contemporary spiritual teachers in the West frequently come from the East but can come from any part of the world. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satsang
video 4 observing your self though and emotion. knowing your self.
do you agree on this?
I also read about this zpoint process. The plus point for this zpoint is we use only during our negative emotions to control it with a trigger point by using a cue words. But, in matter of totaly forget about it. I thank to revitalize by question about this z-point and thank the contributors who answered it...
answered 06 Feb '12, 10:32
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