Restructuring Atemporal Memories

About REMA



The foundation is that dissociation of a negative emotion from memories (called disturbing memories) effects significant changes in the personality and behavioral patterns of individuals.
All of us have memories, which are used for daily operation in our lives. They assist us to make better decisions, since they have an implicit knowledge that results from having had a previous experience.

Nevertheless, some of those memories can adversely condition our feelings and actions. This happens because some of those memories have remained embedded with negative emotions, linked to pain and sorrow. They make us have undesirable feelings or unwanted thoughts.
They are termed as atemporal because they continue to disturb us independently of the time in which they occurred.

By dissociating those particular memories from their perturbing emotion, an internal restructuring process occurs, which effects changes in our perceptions and behavior.
No drugs are used. It is 100% natural and it is done in a short time.
This promotes a significant improvement in the way we feel and behave.


The process has two main parts: the identification and the dissociation of memories.
Via the specific procedure of localization of memories (ALMR, or Atemporal Line of Memory Resources), the memories related with an episode are found and rated by the person in terms of the disturbance linked to them.
The dissociation of the emotional link for the memories is achieved by following the procedures developed as part of the technique. The length of the process varies for each subject and situation; however, it has been seen that for a single memories the time lapse is in the order of 10 minutes or less.
The total length varies for each person, but between 30 minutes and 2 hours can be sufficient for a subject to feel alleviation of a particular problem, and between 5 and 15 hours can be sufficient to obtain tangible variations in perception and behavior.