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#13 Aridity

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Posted 02 January 2020 - 01:35 PM

Did you had any good experience so far with ben Meijer? 

 

I have visited him twice 2 years ago. What I found weird was that he had no interest in my background. He just wanted to start off telling about his miraculous path towards becoming a healer, and then we started tapping. He just scratched the surface of my emotions and I could not feel anything practicing 2 months.

 

I have more intensively tried Frank Godschalk, also in the Netherlands. He is more sensitive and his TRE approach is not farfetched.

 

The biggest breakthrough I had with voice therapy with a guy named Henk Kooij. But this only worked on Efexor. When he recommended me to come off it (after 15 years) I became emotionless and untreatable.

 

Now in Colombia i´m seeing one of the biggest names in field, Mauricio Sierra Siegert who treated over 4000 dp patients in London. Informally he recommends many clients to start AYAHUASCA (He does not make a secret out of it). Ive done a 100 sessions so far. I ve seen how this magical medicine can cure probably a huge portion of us sufferers. For some 10 sessions could be enough, but ive been a 20+ years sufferer, so the trauma becomes more rigid and harder to treat. But hey it is the first treatment ive experienced where it confronts me with my unconsciously imposed barriers and it shows me a way to fight, heal and overcome!

 

I got DR from anxiety from skydiving 120 jumps at 16 and the heaviest of DP from space cake at 19. I was the last to think psychedelics would be the cure, now after many treatments and several antidepressants I believe it is the biggest hope for true healing for long term DP sufferers.

 

 

Wishing you the strength to overcome your own barriers and fears.

 

Willem

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#14 eddy1886

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Posted 03 January 2020 - 02:57 AM

Did you had any good experience so far with ben Meijer? 

 

I have visited him twice 2 years ago. What I found weird was that he had no interest in my background. He just wanted to start off telling about his miraculous path towards becoming a healer, and then we started tapping. He just scratched the surface of my emotions and I could not feel anything practicing 2 months.

 

I have more intensively tried Frank Godschalk, also in the Netherlands. He is more sensitive and his TRE approach is not farfetched.

 

The biggest breakthrough I had with voice therapy with a guy named Henk Kooij. But this only worked on Efexor. When he recommended me to come off it (after 15 years) I became emotionless and untreatable.

 

Now in Colombia i´m seeing one of the biggest names in field, Mauricio Sierra Siegert who treated over 4000 dp patients in London. Informally he recommends many clients to start AYAHUASCA (He does not make a secret out of it). Ive done a 100 sessions so far. I ve seen how this magical medicine can cure probably a huge portion of us sufferers. For some 10 sessions could be enough, but ive been a 20+ years sufferer, so the trauma becomes more rigid and harder to treat. But hey it is the first treatment ive experienced where it confronts me with my unconsciously imposed barriers and it shows me a way to fight, heal and overcome!

 

I got DR from anxiety from skydiving 120 jumps at 16 and the heaviest of DP from space cake at 19. I was the last to think psychedelics would be the cure, now after many treatments and several antidepressants I believe it is the biggest hope for true healing for long term DP sufferers.

 

 

Wishing you the strength to overcome your own barriers and fears.

 

Willem

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#15 Chen

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Posted 03 January 2020 - 05:43 AM

Ik ben ook bij deze man geweest in 2019. Aardige man, maar na een paar sessies geen verandering mogen ondervinden :(

#16 curiousmind

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Posted 03 January 2020 - 10:39 AM

Did you had any good experience so far with ben Meijer? 

 

I have visited him twice 2 years ago. What I found weird was that he had no interest in my background. He just wanted to start off telling about his miraculous path towards becoming a healer, and then we started tapping. He just scratched the surface of my emotions and I could not feel anything practicing 2 months.

 

I have more intensively tried Frank Godschalk, also in the Netherlands. He is more sensitive and his TRE approach is not farfetched.

 

The biggest breakthrough I had with voice therapy with a guy named Henk Kooij. But this only worked on Efexor. When he recommended me to come off it (after 15 years) I became emotionless and untreatable.

 

Now in Colombia i´m seeing one of the biggest names in field, Mauricio Sierra Siegert who treated over 4000 dp patients in London. Informally he recommends many clients to start AYAHUASCA (He does not make a secret out of it). Ive done a 100 sessions so far. I ve seen how this magical medicine can cure probably a huge portion of us sufferers. For some 10 sessions could be enough, but ive been a 20+ years sufferer, so the trauma becomes more rigid and harder to treat. But hey it is the first treatment ive experienced where it confronts me with my unconsciously imposed barriers and it shows me a way to fight, heal and overcome!

 

I got DR from anxiety from skydiving 120 jumps at 16 and the heaviest of DP from space cake at 19. I was the last to think psychedelics would be the cure, now after many treatments and several antidepressants I believe it is the biggest hope for true healing for long term DP sufferers.

 

 

Wishing you the strength to overcome your own barriers and fears.

 

Willem

 

Wow. This is fascinating to me. I am a big fan of the works of Sierra, read his book and most of his papers on dpdr. I wonder if he will ever publish a study on ayahuasca as potentially the next "drug" to "cure" this condition. I've heard many trauma specialists (like Gabor Maté @19:50) are fans of ayahuasca when it comes to treating trauma.







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