These brief sessions make a great introduction to “Immanuel Interventions” and the Immanuel Approach to emotional healing. The 15 to 21 minute condensed session length is ideal for sharing with the busy folks in your life.
1) Bob: Safety Net Demonstration38 min. (2013) Dr. Lehman helps Bob establish a living, interactive connections with Jesus in both the context of a positive memory and also in the immediate context of the session. Bob then focuses on a recent trigger until he is intensely upset, and Dr. Lehman demonstrates two variations of the primary Immanuel Approach safety net (taking the recipient back to the initial connection with Jesus).
2) Michelle: Back to Positive Memory24 min. (2018) At several places where Michelle has a lot of fear about going to the traumatic memory, and/or a lot of fear when connecting with the traumatic memory, we implement the especially gentle technique of going back to the initial positive memory and working with Jesus to address the problem in the safe, comfortable context of the positive memory. At follow-up interviews, Michelle reports that the (previously) traumatic memory continues to feel resolved.
3) Alex: Very First IA Trauma-Work Session, Condensed #1: Stepfather’s Death22 min. (2018) Jesus leads Alex to the memory of his step-father’s death, which carried a painful sense of being neglected and left alone as everyone cared for his mother. Alex receives profound, beautiful healing for this trauma, and at the one-month follow-up interview, he describes dramatic positive changes in his current day-to-day life that clearly match the healing he received in the IA session.
4) David: Engage Directly with Jesus Re Every Trauma, Question, and Issue, Condensed #1: Pillow Fight with Jesus17 min.(2019) The Lord works with David to heal memories of feeling humiliated and forlorn when he would lose competitions with other students at his performing arts high school. A particularly interesting piece is when Jesus initiates a surprising intervention to help David resolve anger toward Himself. Follow-up reveals many lasting positive changes.