- Updated on August 3, 2019
By Dr. Artour Rakhimov, Alternative Health Educator and Author
In this YouTube video, Lynn Himmelman, NDT Master Trainer from Toronto, Canada was interviewed by Dr. Artour Rakhimov about early childhood traumas and treatment of these traumas with the NDT (New Decision Therapy).
The New Decision Therapy can address traumas that relate not only to other people (the most common situation) but also to inanimate objects (this early childhood trauma case was discussed in the video) and organizations. This amazing forgiveness therapy allows fast release and healing of emotional traumas including early childhood traumas. In some cases, a client does not even specifically remember the event that caused the trauma since he or she was too young (1, 2 or 3 years old).
In this video, NDT teacher’s Dr. Artour Rakhimov and Lynn discuss traumas related to another person and even not to a person. Practitioners of the NDT commonly hear how a trauma relates to another person. There is a whole process to find out who this person is. Is there a situation when the trauma can relate to something that is not a person? Yes, institutions and organizations are the products of people that created them. For the person who is going through a particular institution, it can be their work environment. This is where the environment is hostile and no one is on their side. It can be a general trauma to the whole work environment. Sometimes it requires looking at specific people and sometimes at the whole corporate umbrella. It can be from the medical institution or any kind of institutional umbrella.
One of Lynn’s very first clients was in 1997. Something that Lynn loves about the NDT is that when a client comes in to talk about a problem a lot of times they go around the problem by talking about it, but not getting to the issue. Yet, it is found by using the NDT assessment and the body, since the body holds the memories of everything that occurred to a person. With the muscle checking energy method that you can find specific moments in time. Interestingly enough for a client, they had an early childhood trauma that occurred when they went on a trip. The parents left her teddy bear behind. She had a very close relationship with it and for her, it was a real person. She needed to forgive the teddy bear and her parents. It seemed something insignificant, but it was the straw that broke the camel’s back. Her parents did not want to go back to get it. She did not have brothers and sisters. She was around 2 or 3 years old at the time of this early childhood traumatic experience. It was the body wisdom that took them back to that point.
Dr. Artour Rakhimov once discussed rare NDT cases with an experienced NDT practitioner from Houston Dr. Netti who taught their many clients for many years. He asked her about her unusual or rare NDT cases. There was a senior lady that came in to talk about stress and negative emotions. Her mother died many years ago and she claimed that she always had an excellent relationship with her mother. Meanwhile, the NDT tests showed that when she was 1 or 2 years old she had an incident with her mother. They went through an NDT process to release this early childhood trauma. The lady became very emotional and had slow but very deep breathing (with large tidal volume and likely temporary hypocapnia that could even facilitate trauma removal) because the childhood trauma was still in the body. The forgiveness therapy in front of the mirror was successful. It was checked later with her body energy points that became strong. (We shall discuss these specific energy points and how to check eyes in later videos.)
The very act of going through the steps of the NDT and releasing trauma may bring about a childhood memory afterward. Sometimes in the mirror process clients start to remember or realize the event that leads to their most significant early childhood trauma. In other cases, clients do not remember the name of the perpetrator. But going through NDT steps allows them to recall the name of the person and clear their earliest childhood trauma.
This is video 13 from Part 1 of YouTube video series about the NDT with the title “Trauma Release with Forgiveness Using NDT (New Decision Therapy): Energy Healing Technique”. Dr. Artour Rakhimov interviewed Lynn Himmelman in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
If someone carries childhood traumas they keep in many negative emotions. These emotions make us over-breathe in relation to our automatic breathing patterns. Dr. Artour Rakhimov works to limit the damage of over-breathing on our health.