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How Frequent Do I Need NET?

The frequency and duration of NeuroEmotional Technique (NET) therapy are personalized to each individual's unique needs. Factors such as the severity of symptoms, the presence of chronic conditions, and the individual's response to therapy all influence the recommended schedule.

NeuroEmotional Technique (NET) is a powerful therapy that addresses the deep connection between emotional and physical health. As you embark on your journey with NET, you may wonder how often you should have sessions to achieve the best results. To provide clarity, let's explore the recommended frequency of NET therapy and understand how emotions are like the layers of an onion.

Understanding Emotions as Layers of an Onion

Emotions can be complex and multifaceted, much like the layers of an onion. Here's how this analogy applies to NET therapy:

Outer Layers:

  • Initial Emotions: The outer layers represent surface-level emotions and recent stressors. These are often the first to be addressed in NET sessions.

  • Initial Relief: Addressing these initial layers can provide immediate relief and noticeable improvements in physical symptoms.

Middle Layers:

  • Deeper Emotions: As therapy progresses, NET helps uncover deeper emotional layers. These may include long-standing issues, past traumas, and subconscious beliefs.

  • In-Depth Work: Working through these middle layers requires more in-depth emotional exploration and processing.

Core Layers:

  • Core Beliefs and Traumas: At the core of the onion are the most profound emotional layers. These include deeply ingrained beliefs, significant traumas, and core emotional patterns.

  • Transformative Healing: Addressing these core layers can lead to transformative healing, significantly impacting overall well-being and resilience.

Frequency of Sessions

The optimal frequency of NET therapy sessions can vary based on individual needs and specific health concerns. Here are some general guidelines:

Initial Phase:

  • Frequency: During the initial phase, sessions are typically more frequent. This may involve multiple appointments per week.

  • Purpose: The goal is to address acute issues, identify key Neuro Emotional Complexes (NECs), and begin the process of emotional and physical healing.

Progress Phase:

  • Frequency: As you progress and start to experience improvements, sessions may be spaced out to every one to two weeks.

  • Purpose: This phase focuses on deeper emotional work, further releasing layers of unresolved stress, and reinforcing positive changes.

Maintenance Phase:

  • Frequency: Once significant progress has been made, maintenance sessions may be scheduled every two to four weeks.

  • Purpose: Maintenance sessions help sustain the benefits of NET, manage any new stressors, and ensure long-term emotional and physical well-being.


NeuroEmotional Technique (NET) therapy offers a powerful and holistic approach to addressing emotional and physical health. Understanding the frequency of sessions and the layered nature of emotions helps set realistic expectations and enhances the therapy experience. Like peeling an onion, NET therapy involves gradually uncovering and addressing layers of emotional stress, leading to profound and lasting healing.

By committing to regular NET sessions, you can effectively navigate the layers of your emotional health, fostering a balanced and harmonious state of well-being. Consult with your NET practitioner to determine the best frequency for your sessions and embark on a transformative journey towards optimal health.


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