“ The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed. ”
~ Carl Jung ~

  1. E.M.I. is a neurotherapy – not a psychotherapy. It is working with the senses – primarily with vision (the eyes).
  1. Trauma experienced through all five senses. During the trauma we see, hear, feel, things happening, and maybe even taste and smell some of it.
  1. The majority is trauma (60%) is experienced through the eyes – things that you saw during trauma. The rest of the trauma is (to a greater or lesser extent) experienced by the other four senses (hearing, feeling, smelling and tasting).
  1. Trauma can be compared by a glass with bleach (e.g. “Jig”) in it. Therapy is like gradually adding some more and more water to the bleach, thereby diluting the bleach progressively. That is: having the original intensity of trauma gradually and significantly decreased or even disappeared.
  1. M.I. helps you to work through trauma using your eyes, and following 22 movements of the therapist’s fingers with your eyes.
  1. The therapist guides you – in no way are you controlled or manipulated.


Eye Movement Integration (EMI) was developed by Connirae and Steve Andreas of Colorado, USA in 1989. EMI is the most effective method for accessing and integrating traumatic memories and experiences. It is not the same as Eye Movement and Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR). However, it is another therapeutic technique using eye movements. EMI is astonishing rapid in its effects, freeing clients from the burden of unresolved memories of almost any form of trauma – from childhood abuse to car accidents; from rape to natural disasters to combat situations – in just one to six treatment sessions. This is not hypnosis, nor magic, but an extraordinary direct means of releasing the power of the mind to do what it was designed to do: Heal itself!