A systemic perspective on fastreset

Creating new space for solutions

For the construction of a person’s perceived reality, the subjective emotional evaluation of persons, objects and situations please an important role. The evaluations based on past experiences used for this are not necessarily useful for a “map” of current reality. As previously learnt emotional reactions are automatically activated also in similar situations in present time, a person reacts similar as in the past.  Fears for example can block the person in situations, which she might be able to handle easily using her resources.


Using the technique FastReset® it is possible to overcome all types of distressing and limiting emotional reactions or in other words to decondition them. Examples for the application are fears, inhibitions, conflicts, grief, limiting and self-damaging beliefs but also trauma, phobia, the inability to forgive, feelings of guilt, anger and some psychosomatic disorders.


Using a simple neurological mechanism and specific cognitive tools, the clients autonomously and spontaneously actualise their psycho-emotional map oft the world according to their solutions potential. The neurological mechanism is activated when the person focuses her attention in a suitable way onto specific zones of the body. 


Negative emotions are by no means suppressed. Instead their necessity is spontaneously and immediately visibly changed. After the application the clients have more freedom  to choose a new perspective and therefore new solutions. They immediately act according to their new map of reality. Their emotional world is stabilised and the capacity to face previously overwhelming events increases. Often the technique surprises by the rapidity and depth of its effect.


In the application oft he FastReset® the task of the therapist or counsellor is to guide the client in the choice oft he situations to work on and to support them in the application of the technique. This can lead to decisive changes in the constructed reality of the clients. The technique neither uses external suggestions nor hypnotic interventions. The client is always fully conscious and has control over the process. With certain limitations the independent application of the technique by the client is possible.