"Trauma research shows us that memories are not only kept in our brain, they continue to reside in our body and often present themselves in the form of physical and psychological complaints combined. In addition we know that the brain “splits” into parts upon engaging in dissociation (at different levels) in order to survive. This becomes very obvious when we engage in the eye-brain technique called “Switching”. This original OEI technique has been adjusted, and separated into three separate techniques in the T.R.I.P process for enhanced regulation and integration purposes."
"T.R.I.P delineates 1) Regular Switching, 2) Quick Flash, 3) Slow Switch, each of these techniques have been designed and intentionally connected to several therapeutic elements that allow for the three processes to take place.
With one eye open only, it becomes obvious that our brain and body respond differently as they are wired to different experiences of the past or the here and now. This switching technique helps demonstrate fairly quickly that our brain, eyes and body hold very different (at times conflicting) views, feelings, cognitions, perceptions as well as physical responses"