click tracks and eye movement (emir)
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- January 6, 2015 at 3:11 pm#21712AndyzooPSTEC User
hi , I just started using the click tracks, after some experience with EFT and EMDR.
I have a question about the eyes :
The click track instructions ask to keep the eyes closed, “gazing a fixed spot on the wall”.
But when I keep my eyes moving (EMDR movement) during the click tracks I feel more connected with emotions (on a physical sense).
It feels like the emotional sense increases…
Is there a problem to use the click track this way? The eyes fixed help the procedure?
another question: as a non native english speaker, do you have another languages, besides english and spanish?January 14, 2015 at 12:44 am#23964Jeff HardingPSTEC Pro and Forum Moderator
Hi Andyzoo … in the beginning of the track Tim asks you to fix your gaze somewhere, but you don't have to keep it there the entire time.
There are German tracks and, very soon, Russian tracks will be available.
JeffJanuary 30, 2015 at 7:04 pm#23965Peter BunyanPSTEC User
[color=rgb(68, 68, 68)]“gazing a fixed spot on the wall”[/color]
[color=rgb(68, 68, 68)]These instructions at the start of the click tracks are there to stress and then relax the eye muscles. This relaxation can then cascade down throughout your whole body to get you into a more receptive state for the suggestions which follow. With your eyes closed you can then focus more on following the clicks as your sub is not having to process so much on continuing incoming visual information. If you can easily relax yourself then perhaps you can do your own thing, but if you do not have this ability then following Tim's instructions might make the track more effective.[/color]
[color=rgb(68, 68, 68)]Regards[/color]
[color=rgb(68, 68, 68)]Peter[/color]
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