Surrogacy

A surrogate is a substitute or deputy. The term surrogacy has become well known because of the many women who carry some other woman’s child after a fertilised ovum has been inserted in their womb.

The theories and principles of the Mace Energy Method™ are radical enough, but what follows is an even more revolutionary procedure.

The truly remarkable new procedure allows a surrogate to help others who are unable to have a session in their own right. Examples are children who are too young to have a session; emotionally handicapped individuals who are commonly, but erroneously referred to as Mentally Handicapped; people, who are unable to talk, but in many other respects are normal.

This innovative procedure was the Brain child of Martina Becher, a German psychologist and qualified MEM practitioner. She successfully used MEM to treat her horse. Other practitioners also successfully treated animals with behavioural problems, so the obvious step was to use it on the human species. It is now an established procedure in the hands of a qualified MEM practitioner.

It needs to be understood that surrogacy is a telepathic procedure that fits beautifully under the umbrella of MEM, because both utilise the laws of energy and not the laws of the material world.

This is a comparatively new development and many areas have yet to be explored, for instance Autism and Attention Deficient Syndrome.

Case History 1

SUBJECT: 7 year old emotionally and intellectually retarded boy. Development age 5. Badly affected by house fire (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Had nightmares every night. Agitated and unhappy in the morning. Restless sleeper.

Surrogate: Susanne Becher

Practitioner: Martina Becher

Time taken: 10 minutes

Results: After session, for first time he slept peacefully and did not awake early, no report of nightmares, peaceful, cheerful and happy in the morning.

Case History 2

SUBJECT: 4 year old boy “Being a bully around other boys”. Phone session.

Surrogate: Mother

Practitioner: John Avery

Time Taken: 5 minutes

Results: Mother’s report. “Just amazing with [subject]. The following Tuesday at football practice he did really well lining up with all the boys. After practice he continued playing with his new friends (new that day!) without any anger or bullying. Had his first match on Saturday just gone – hysterically funny – and the same improvements, I noticed he joined in without having to ‘assert’ his place, joined in without any aggression with his teammates. At the end of this semester I would love to do more for him with you. I am so impressed with the change. He is ‘lighter’. He has always been a very funny boy with a great sense of humour. Since that session, the humour is what dominates his personality. I have also noticed a dramatic shift in him not being as angry at me when I discipline. How fantastic is that!

Case History 3

SUBJECTS: Sisters. One a four year old and one a two year old. “Being mean to each other; even cruel at times”.

Surrogate: Mother

Practitioner: John Avery

Time Taken: About 5-6 minutes for each.

Results: Mother reported the girls are playing together now. Meanness gone. Small disagreements come but go quickly.

Mother’s partner reported: The old hate often displayed by the girls was now not present.

Addionally, their kindergarten teacher commented to mother: Your girls have been much more friendly today.

Practitioner noticed that both girls now look people in the eye when communicating and smile a lot. This was not the case before the session.

Case History 4

SUBJECT. 20-year-old female.

History: Developed normally until dangerously ill as a baby. Extremely emotionally (mentally) and physically retarded. Easily agitated. Able to do few things for herself. In full time care. When she has her periods she becomes very emotionally fragile.

Surrogate: Mother

Practitioner: John Mace

Time taken: 10 minutes

Mother reported that she is generally far calmer.

Second session.

Time: 15 minutes.

A week after this session, mother reported a major emotional improvement when the subject had her periods, so she is delighted to continue the sessions on a weekly basis.

When John spoke with the father he was happy to report that his daughter was definitely a lot calmer and the carer reported the same, without being prompted.

Short weekly sessions to address other issues are continuing on a weekly basis.