HMR

For Creative Hypnosis LLC

The goal of HMR is to remove the encoding that has taken place with the formation of the traumatic memory. Most disease and illness is formed from the internal perception of the painful memory and is usually a result of the encoding of that memory into our psyche. By redesigning that encoding, the emotionally charged response to the memory can be altered to affect a more positive or neutral reaction. The client is freed from the unconscious relationship between the memory and the ensuing negative emotional impact.

Brent Baum,STB, SSL, CADC, LISAC, CCH HMR developed HMR as an “emotional reframing” technique that allows reprogramming of the affect (feeling content) of memory thus avoiding full re-live of traumatic events. Individuals who normally cannot visualize, be hypnotized, or access memory, generally find this process simple and effective. This technique promotes resolution and empowerment for the client whose bodymind has held this pain intact since the moment of its encoding in the nervous system. These traumatic experiences form the foundation of our addictions, depression, diseases, and many chronic pain syndromes, as well as many other “disorders.” Holographic Memory Resolution® empowers the client to heal him/herself, resolving the emotions which anchored the experience in the past, and enables the client to return the focus of life to living fully empowered in the present.

​​Holographic Memory Resolution® is a bodymind approach that allows quick access to past memories and helps to achieve resolution of the painful emotions associated with such events. without having to “re-live” such experiences and without affecting historical memory. One of the main objectives of HMR is the empowerment ​of the survivor who becomes their own inner healer.

​​HMR is the combination of both a verbal and a nervous system support technique (using electromagnetic field) that enhances visualization and sensory access to memory particularly traumatic memory. HMR was developed as a client-centered process that facilitates the resolution of “somatic (body) memory,” as many believe that trauma is held in the body. The system is designed to disarm the triggers that incite physical pain, flashback, diseases, and relapse. Baum tells us that by reducing the impact of these distortions in the cells and fields of our bodies, our immune system functioning can be inhanced and promotes the healing of many of our “diseases.” a significant percentage of which find their origins in our trauma memories.