A Technique Performed By Many
NET is a powerful stress reduction tool that practitioners use to help patients find and remove specifically related physio-pathological patterns that have not come to normal resolution. NET is used by many different types of healthcare practitioners, including acupuncturists, chiropractors, medical doctors, therapists, psychologists, etc. Although NET is not psychology or psychiatry, it is important to note that any psychological aspects of a stress-related situation should always be addressed by the appropriate health-care professional, such as a psychologist or psychiatrist.
The 2-Minute Stress Relief Procedure
One of the NET approaches used by NET practitioners is the 2-Minute Stress Relief Procedure. In this approach practitioners help patients locate unresolved stress patterns and assist in the completion of the body's normal mind-body process. The NET practitioner helps to accomplish this by using a specific physical correction: A Pulse Correction is used in many cases, and for chiropractors, a Spinal Correction can be used. Once the correction is made, the body's unresolved stress pattern can start to move toward the desired direction of homeostasis and balance.
Dr. Scott interview by The Chiropractic Leadership Alliance
Emotional Reality vs. Historical Reality
It is extremely important to note that when doing NET, all past memories associated with the technique are considered “EMOTIONAL REALITY.” NET never makes claims as to what may have happened in the past, as these events may or may not correspond with actual or historical reality. For example, it's documented that several people can witness the same event, yet each may have a different story as to what happened. Likewise, some stressful memories can be associated with imagined emotional events such as misconceptions or nightmares.
It is also important to be aware that NET does not deal with the spiritual realm. It is not performed silently or through any psychic activity, and it does not deal in any way with parapsychology. NET does not predict the future, and it does not tell people what their plan of action may, must, or should be for the future.