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  • Writer's pictureHelen Craven

Brain Working Recursive Therapy (BWRT).

Updated: Jul 26, 2020

You’ve probably never heard of Benjamin Libet, but his name is now engraved on my memory. Benjamin Libet is the scientist who inspired a new technique for working with fears and phobias, PTSD and many different kinds of unwanted and inhibiting negative psychological states. His scientific findings have led to a method of eliminating unwanted thoughts and reactions fast and permanently.

In 1983 Benjamin Libet conducted experiments that proved a time-lapse occurred between the brain observing something and the subconscious mind finding the ‘appropriate’ reaction. The brain searches for over 1/2 a second. So in that 1/2 a second we can intercept the reaction and replace it with a different one.

Here’s an example - if a person has a fear of spiders and their subconscious mind automatically reacts with that extreme fear, then there is a way of intercepting the neural pathway responses - during that 1/2 a second - and replacing the fear reaction with one of calmness and rationality. This technique is known as BWRT®️, Brain Working Recursive Therapy®️.

Now, think of replacing the fear of spiders and apply the same technique to anything that evokes an irrational or unwanted fear or state of anxiety and we have a wonderfully liberating technique. If you’d like to find out more about BWRT®️, please call me or email. I’m loving this technique and constantly delighted by it’s results.

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