A brake through revolution

The REMA technique is a process of elimination of disturbing emotional content linked to memories. The memories remain intact; it releases the negative emotion. The theory and physiology behind it suggest that the memory stored in the Hippocampus disconnects from the emotional attachment in the Cerebral Amigdaloid Nuclei.

The result is a change in behavior, perception and emotional responses.

It is a novel approach in the development of ways to achieve modifications on human behavior and perceptions with profound, unfading results, in a reduced time frame. It is a one on one practice.

The foundation is that dissociation of negative emotion from memories (called disturbing memories) effects significant changes in the personality and behavioral patterns of individuals.