Professional Training

Training to become a qualified Mace Energy Method™ (MEM) practitioner is done in academies in several countries, but importantly, correspondence or distant training also does it. The benefits of this are too obvious to itemize, so it is realistic to say that the tyranny of distance belongs to yesteryear.

The course comprises four modules. The manual contains illustrations to graphically interpret the many abstract and intangible ideas involved. Additionally a videoed session by John Mace and DVDs of John lecturing to students are included.

In house training is restricted to small groups of three to four, which maximises individual involvement and personalises the training. Correspondence students are of necessity trained individually, but the videoed session and the DVDs , plus there own sessions give them both objective and subjective reality of the model.

As part of the training fee, students receive whatever sessions are necessary to handle anything triggered by the material as well as anything that has been triggered by life and living. This applies to all students, both in?house and correspondence. Once enrolled, the very first action for all students is to eliminate any problem whatsoever associated with study, training, education or learning, so that they are then totally free of any hang?ups that impede the ability to study effectively. As a matter of record, to date not one trainee, some of whom were highly qualified in other disciplines, has been free of some upset or loss to do with previous learning and many had several. Who has never had to learn anything!

The one pre-requisite to training is to have had a full session from a trained practitioner. The reason for this pre-requisite is that the method is so revolutionary there is no other modality with which it can be compared, so a future trainee needs a session to appreciate and understand how it works, in other words to acquire subjective reality. Reading provides objective reality, but no amount of reading will provide the essential subjective reality. From a practical point of view it would be totally unrealistic for someone to help others at a professional level if they themselves lacked personal experience with the material. It would be a case of the blind leading the blind. This aspect is even more important should a practitioner wish to train others?it would then really be a case of the blind leading the blind!

To graduate, a trainee must submit a recorded session to establish competence. In other words, qualification is a ??hands on affair?? to prove that you can really do it.

The Mace Energy Method™ gets it power from its simplicity and in keeping with?that, the training course has been stripped of any superfluous data. Upon graduation, an extensive archive section is supplied as optional background reading. About 50 hours of student time for the course is average. In house students are scheduled for one day a week, because they need time to assimilate the data.

Correspondence trainees set their own schedule.