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MEM had been referred to by Dr. Fred Gallo PhD as the missing link in the field of emotional /mental health.

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

I consider the Mace Method to be a major advancement in Psychology, Psychotherapy, and Energy Psychology. The method involves no analysis; limited discussion; no tapping, poses, gestures, bodily postures, or muscle testing. Although I’ve been exploring if there is any need to integrate the method with other approaches, I believe it is a stand-alone method that relies simply on mental images and that it generally works faster and deeper than other more complicated therapeutic methods.

And this American Suicide Research Psychiatrist Robert Roerich, M.D wrote after adopting the “Mace Method”

Australian Researcher John Mace’s “Mace Method” advances the effective treatment of emotional illness and heralds a breakthrough of such unparalleled importance to be worthy of a “NOBEL PRIZE.”’

A recent graduate of the Mace Academy, Gloria Arenson, MS, MFT, DCEP, a practicing psychologist wrote:

“The Mace Energy Method looks too good to be true because of its simplicity. However, the rapid positive outcomes amaze and delight my clients. Relationships improve, negative emotions and compulsive urges disappear, and they enjoy a new sense of well-being.”

Excerpts from his book ‘Turning Upsets into Positive Energy’ by John Mace. John Mace spent his early professional life as a Mariner. In 1959, several years after attaining the rank of Captain, he had a profound psychic experience that totally changed him. The last 51 years have been devoted to researching what he experienced.

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