Global Impact Project for PTSD and other Repetitive Behaviors

Contributed by Terry Earthwind Nichols, Father of Repetitive Behavior Cellular Regression™ and CEO of  

The statistic of losing 22 Veterans per day to suicide has sent a wave of shivers and alarm through-out our entire country. Although PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) and other repetitive behaviors continue to be a high priority for research, all current psycho-sematic modalities continue to be studied and the search is on for new, non-medical resources. One such non-medical model being used and studied is called CR.

Repetitive Behavior Cellular Regression™ (CR) is a new, non-linear, sequencing process for getting to the core of Repetitive Behaviors. Our research indicates that the event believed to be causing the behavior is not where to look. Another event, amnesic in its makeup, has been found to be the cause of the repetitive behaviors. Keeping the client out of story disconnects normal recall for memories.

The CR process is able to by-pass conscious and sub-conscious synchronization for memory recall. The client is kept fully present and out of story, thus out of emotion. This has been a great relief for client’s diagnosed with PTSD. Through the CR Process our practitioners learn that there exists a Core Memory that we call the Block which can not only be found but neutralized and disconnected. The energy used by the Block, to mask it from recall, is associated with known events. The Core Memory or Block has been suppressed and is amnesic in its makeup.

Using the 5 senses as descriptors for memories certified practitioners of this process look for missing or odd information, getting to the unknown core block that is driving their client’s patterns of negative repetitive behavior. This is done without using hypnosis, pharmaceuticals, or the use of any other substances.

The CR Process identifies foundational psychosomatic events and repressed memories which trigger emotions and traumatic occurrences to be relived as observed in PTSD, failure to stop suicidal thoughts, quitting smoking and other repetitive behavior issues.

CR was created and first introduced in February of 2010. At the time of the introductory session, the client resided in Australia and the session was conducted online using Skype.  Our practitioners continue to use Skype as the primary means of conducting a CR session.

Currently, CR clients and practitioners live on five continents, in seven countries including three Canadian Provinces and eighteen US States. CR’s success with stopping PTSD, suicidal thoughts and other repetitive behaviors continues to develop each week with continued high success rates through the first year of client tracking.

Rather than enabling repetitive behavior such as PTSD, we support each client with self-restructured patterns of behavior to live a holistic, fruitful, and prosperous life. I invite you to have a conversation with me about what we can do for our Veterans and others in pain. We are teaching the CR Process online and are open to hosting a presentation of what we do from our online classroom.

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terry earthwind nicholsTerry Earthwind Nichols and Linda Vettrus-Nichols are gaining national and international attention for their Global Impact Project on Repetitive Behaviors. Together with their team of Certified CR Practitioners, they identify and clear foundational psychosomatic events and repressed memories which trigger emotional and traumatic events.

This dynamic duo of transformation and clarity are changing people’s lives every day, and more times than not they are saving lives.

This global team identifies and clears foundational psychosomatic events and repressed memories which trigger emotional and traumatic events. They enjoy sharing the “Get To” vs “Have To” mindset while creating a safe and fun environment where their clients are able to face their truth and change what does not serve them.


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