An ‘upset’ is aptly defined as ‘an emotional disturbance.’ It is an emotional disturbance that results from the negative experiences that we encounter through life. And because upsets are disturbances, we tend to develop coping mechanisms as a result. But at times, these coping mechanisms do not exactly help us overcome these upsets. Some continue to haunt us that we take evasive measures in order to maintain our mind-body-spirit equilibrium.
In doing so, we experience temporary reprieve and our lives continue to normally flow. That is until conditions in ourselves and in our environment cause these upsets to reappear in our consciousness. As a result, we experience trauma, depression, anxiety, anger, stress, fear, intrapersonal conflict, interpersonal issues, and bodily problems. Some of us even develop certain addictions or show mal-adaptive behaviours.
In most cases, the negative consequences of equally negative events can be managed through conventional therapy. So we talk about them. But talking about them don’t necessarily make them go away. In fact, reliving these experiences through narrative only serves to reinforce the negative feelings we have about them. Once we feel tired talking about them, we reach our breaking point and may resign to the fact that we’ll have to endure them for a lifetime.
Enter the Mace Energy Method or MEM – a revolutionary approach designed to permanently eliminate negative feelings, thoughts, and emotions arising from the unfavourable events that we encounter in our lives. With limited narrative required, clients will keep their privacy intact while freeing themselves from the bounds of negativities that are holding them back.
The Mace Energy Method is the practical component of a revolutionary principle called ‘Causism.’ Whereas Causism is the science that governs the knowledge of upset formation, the Mace Energy Method is the art that aids in the therapeutic elimination or dis-creation of these upsets. Both Causism and the Mace Energy Method are the results of a lifetime of research done by a one-time Australian mariner, John Mace.
Regardless of your profession, lifestyle preferences, cultural background, geographical location, and prior therapy experiences, you can go through the Mace Energy Method. There’s only one requirement for clients though: that you are sincerely committed to change.