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wings. But for now I feel this appli- cation is a phenomenal add-on.

Institute of HeartMath

Following a meeting with Rollin McCa- rthy of the HeartMath Institute, Richard gleaned enough insight to feel he’d found the ‘missing piece of the jigsaw’ and be- gan integrating some of their findings into his own work.

Whenever a UDIN conflict shock occurs it sends a wave of information through the body. The master organ responsible for this is the heart and the HeartMath Institute have proven this. They’ve meas- ured the wave from a person’s heart as much as 25m away from the body. This provides powerful information for energy workers, and many people reading this already incorporate such learning into their own practice.

Richard has found that as a UDIN conflict shock occurs it affects a certain location in the brain, and its corresponding organ, but also ties in with how the heart imprints the blood with each heartbeat. Its been found that every organ transmits a wave of information back out into the world, but the heart sends out more information than any other organ in the body. His further realisation was that the energy created by a UDIN moment changes the energy and how we interact with other people and the world.

The social and environmental

implications are vast but clearly it also determines a person’s worldview.

Richard found this vital piece of informa- tion was his ‘missing link’ because it goes on to explain how the waves of informa- tion, caused by the UDIN help to attract different people towards us like a magnet. And by putting us into different environ- ments (with different people) we have an opportunity to resolve the shocks we’ve gone through.

The Reticular Activating System is situ- ated in the brain’s Thalamus and plays its part in the Law of Attraction, which ties in seamlessly with the HeartMath and META-Medicine philosophy’s. The heart’s blood-print is constantly charging and changing the human body field with information. EFT Tapping interrupts an old pattern telling the heart to send out a new one.


One of the downsides is that the information is new and we need more of it. But this will come from practitioners qualifying and contrib- uting their findings from within their specialist areas. So it provides great opportunities for those who want to take it deeper.

My Experience by Jane Unsworth

When I trained in EFT 3-yrs ago someone had been in- vited along to give a talk to the group about MM and although I listened it just seemed too simplistic.

Then I took a Psych-K course later that year and someone recommended the DVD series of META-Medicine using Matrix Reimprinting with EFT that Ri- chard recorded with Karl Daw- son. A variety of EFT students (who have gone from strength to strength with their own EFT practices) can be seen on that weekend’s introductory course. And again it was some time before I started watching them. We all know that one!

By the time I started the META- Medicine course in late 2010 I was well and truly ready for the learning. And it hasn’t disap- pointed, as I’ve quickly been able to apply it to myself as well. As practitioners we have to work on ourselves don’t we, and this is a great tool for rais- ing self-awareness in the body/ mind connection. I don’t think I’m alone in saying I find it much easier to motivate myself when working with others.

But this is my missing piece, without being too corny, and Richard would be the first to say there are bound to be other tools out there waiting in the


The book which is a worthy read at although initially I found it frustrating on a number of levels. Firstly the gram- mar needs further editing, and the paragraphs are squished together without the usual extra line space, so I find the wording quite dense and I’d like to see the next edition improve on these aspects.

But this oversight may in part be due to Richard’s contagious en- thusiasm in his desire to get it out there and inform - which makes him a generous teacher. Although the book translates itself through meta- phorical stories, there were times when it fell short in terms of imme- diate access to the information as a reference.

However, I’ve started applying the tools with clients and working on ‘pain’ is a quick way of letting clients recognise what is actu- ally causing it. The exciting thing about using Richard’s MM model is demonstrating it to clients quickly by bringing the pain back and tak- ing it away again once you find their trigger.

This way both the practitioner but more importantly the client gets to see it right there and then ‘before their very eyes’.

You may have caught on by now that I’m fast becoming an una- bashed fan of the tool. But this is because I’m experiencing it as a practitioner and seeing the clarity it brings. It has the ability to take you where you need to go to catch the ‘cheeky chappies’ that cause the

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