Mon. Sep 25th, 2023

VFP#0 Therapy

If you are supporting / caring for someone who has experienced chronic stress or extreme trauma, they may possibly have activated their PNS Freeze Response, and experienced a split second seizure – or be on the verge of a more severe intervention

SSP, HRV & PEMF are new and effective approaches for you to consider:

Consider VFP Therapy for trauma support – it is a combination of SSP, HRV and PEMF tools and devices mixed with supportive physical experiences – don’t be too concerned if you don’t understand any if this. You don’t have to understand it to benefit from it!

VFP Therapy (Vibrational Frequency Programming Therapy) is a new experience that may be delivered as a ‘range of modalities’ rather than a single experience?! We use it to support:

  • those who are severely affected by trauma, anxiety and stress and struggle to self-regulate, and
  • those who can self-regulate and seek to maximise their creative potential (the gifted and talented)

If you are looking more specifically for Therapeutic educational facilitation please click here.

This post focuses on those who are more negatively affected.

VFP Therapy seeks to improve behaviour and stimulate creativity and social interaction. It takes at least 9 – 12 weeks of daily focused support.

VFP is similar to ABA (Applied Behaviour Analysis) in that it is behaviour led; however, the difference is that VFP is person led rather than environment led.

VFP focuses on activation of the PNS (Parasympathetic Nervous System) and a new cycle of positive experiences that change the ‘Reticular Formation’ so that when the sub-conscious takes control, the behaviours become naturally more positive. This is more effective than a ‘broad ABA’ approach; where the basic principles consist of environmental variables that impact on behavior. These variables are antecedents and consequences. Antecedents are events that happen right before the behavior, and a consequence is the event following the behavior. As such ABA does not have an emphasis on the power the individual has on sef-controlling the PNS.

When we are supporting individuals that struggle with self-regulation (perhaps because they have shut down and activated their PNS Freeze Response) then the sub-conscious is in control 99% of the time – and the subconscious is not part of the environment.

Any setting or circumstances:

VFP Therapy may be used within any ‘therapeutic setting or circumstances’ where the emphasis is on recovery and rejuvenation. It does not have to relate to a work or learning aspect. However, VFP is very effective for supporting someone who is struggling at work, at home or with learning and social interaction.

A schedule of positive activity through ‘gentleness’ is our focus rather than anything else.

“Both the giving and receiving of caregiving or love has the capacity to protect, heal and restore – Stephen Porgess”

The ability of the brain to form new ‘patterns for progress’ is crucial for recovery and rejuvination, however, such patterns may be achieved without an obvious or direct approach – we have experienced that a more subtle, gentle and holistic approach works much better. We put the individual first rather than the work / home or educational system – so if this resonates with you – read on . . .

Social stress and communication:

VFP Therapy

VFP Therapy is ideal for those who suffer from panic attacks or who experience anxiety and stress to such an extent that they struggle with life or sleeping; they probably find it very difficult to focus or handle any challenging conversation or situation – they are not going to feel comfortable in social situations.

We run workshops and training to support those who are resistant to life and display challenging behaviour at work, in the home or within a learning or supportive environment.

Click here for more details.

We do not use CBT!

VFP Therapy is not a ‘talking therapy’ like CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy); and it does not seek to work with a persons negative influencers. It focuses on the now – and through positivity, safety, trust and the freedom to relax and do nothing, more is achieved – indeed, LESS IS BEST!  It establishes new positive patterns and cycles of behaviour FOR ANYONE THAT HAS CHRONIC STRESS.

It creates new positive patterns in the brain (know as the ‘Reticular Formation’); these then re-align the sub-conscious with new positive experiences / behaviour.

For those who clearly need a NEW and “advanced therapeutic experience from someone who can deliver results” – VFP Therapy is a practical solution!

So, if you feel the time has come to put a solution in place that deals with ALL THE NEGATIVE EFFECTS THAT MAKE EVERYONE’S LIFE A MISERY – THEN READ ON . . .

If you support or care for someone, be it an elderly person, or a child or young person with:

  • Social, emotional and attachment disorders
  • Auditory hypersensitivity
  • Body disorganization
  • Nervous system dysregulation – panic attacks
  • Learning, cognition and attention difficulty
  • Sensory processing differences
  • Stress-related physical conditions / addictions

Or put another way – do you have to support individuals or a small group because they can’t cope with a mainstream work or class environment, or simply cant cope with the life they now have; do you support someone who struggles to focus or simply cope with anything; do they sometimes appear just deliberately awkward or disobedient or perhaps function as a selective mute or have almost given up the will to live; do they ‘seem to freeze or go still and silent’ or hide, walk away, run off or show challenging or strange behaviour; do they give things away, show a lack of care with things that were personal or throw / rip things up and cause stress to family, friends, care staff, educational staff or work  / school colleagues?

Are you concerned for their wellbeing and safety. Are you also getting a little stressed yourself having to review what best to do for them; are you fed up with  safeguarding, risk assessments, EHCP’s, PEP’s and prescription drugs – do you sometimes feel there could be a better alternative?

VFP Therapy is a better alternative you need to try it  – because it works!

By introducing a ‘caring regime’ that specifically promotes positive emotional (heart) and mental (brain) stimulation and entrainment, we activate the Parasympathetic Nervous System and Reticular Formation to create new positive patterns / cycles of electro-firing neurons that positively influence the sub-conscious  – “Neurons that fire together, wire together” – this is why VFP WORKS BECAUSE YOU ONLY PERCEIVE THAT WHICH IS POSITIVE.

This is scientifically referred to as Hebbs Law –

Reticular Formation and Hebb's Law

VFP Therapy combines many other ‘therapies / experiences together’ and introduces them on a linear time line subject to each individuals needs and progression.

VFP Therapy is also part of a BIGGER WELLBEING SUPPORT PACKAGE from Be Super – that includes nutritional support and activation of the PNS through activating Maximum Autophagy –more here.


It is a very focused and ‘micro-managed’ therapy and is only delivered on a 1:1 or very small group basis. It is the attention to detail and personal tuning that distinguishes VFP Therapy from other support programmes.

For children or young people the follow on or next progressive step after VFP Therapy may be one of our Intervention / Pastoral Solutions, or for adults, another of our VFP experiences – click here for more details.

If you have any questions or wish to book a consultation simply ring Marcus Pearson – 07931 326 164

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Thank you,

Marcus and Sharon Pearson

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Some of the negative effects of Covid-19 include:

  • Struggling to deal with loss and / or feeling isolated or lonely..
  • Joint pain, loss of energy and weakness.
  • Feeling unsafe and not knowing why.
  • Confusion and frustration with not understanding what is going on.
  • A lack of trust with people, situations and places.
  • The lack of stucture and order and not knowing what to do with your time.
  • Brain fog - not being able to concentrate or think clearly.
  • Struggling to have longer conversations and discussions about positive and creative opportunities - and too much negative talk.
  • Couples and families stuggle interacting together due to a lack of personal and joint purpose in life.

The severe isolation measures imposed by governments have been traumatic to the psyche of people; to the extent, many have the fear of getting tests done and or divulging the results to authorities for fear of loss of income or further isolation. Others live every moment on the edge of media releases and feel totally reliant on vaccinations and guidance and rules on how to live.


Society has created a situation where many people have an overdependence on other people for guidance and regulations on how they live. This can be clearly seen with those people who have retired or are suddenly not working and do not know what to do with their time. For many people walking the dog, watching some form of day time TV and cooking, represent the limits of their activity. Their social interaction and discussions are based around such activity or in discussing the limitaions imposed on them and everyone else -

"very few people do something that is both creative and of benefit for themsleves and others; furthermore, they do not discuss the creative process for making this happen - they have lost (or never developed) this self-relience and love of life - they are lost within an 'auto-pilot' existence" -


When individals within a relationship or within a family, educational, work or team environment, lack any purpose in life or don't have any creative ideas to stimulate their emotions or thoughts, then they are more dependent on external forces to influence their behaviour. The majority of outside forces are negative, therfore most of the time people will be negative. Covid-19 is not the cause of this negativity - it highlights the hidden problems faced by most people and society.

This post provides a short practical instruction on how to conduct a quick coherence / QUICK CALMING/POSITIVITY PRACTICE:

The optimal times for doing this practice are:

  • first thing in the morning whilst still in bed (before getting up)
  • First thing when you get to work or school etc.
  • every 90 mins once you are active and the day has begun
  • when you get back in bed to settle for a sleep.

It is perfect when combined with other people (especially smaller groups) just before a meeting/lesson/meal.  It may even be used by a family group or a group of friends or work/school/college friends - perhaps in conjunction with an agreed 'positive statement/affirmation'.

Whilst it helps to reduce stress; with the 'the more advanced breathing progression' it is most beneficial in promoting a feeling of wellbeing and positivity; and in activating your parasympathetic nervous system (your feel good system). Once activated this may lead to positive stimulation that facilitates exceptional mental and physical performance, or, if you are relaxing, it will lower your heart rate, lower your brain frequency and promote better rest and natural sleep patterns. When a calm and positive state is maintained for longer and longer periods (with monitoring and practice) then it leads to 'flow' and extends the 'optimal arousal zone'.

Quick Coherence only takes 1 - 2 minutes (it is best done with your eyes closed):

Welcome - By following this short process you will feel calm, positive and energised. The process will work even better when you smile during the process and continue smiling after it has finished - let us begin - you may keep your eyes open or close them - do whatever helps you focus . . .

  • Focus your attention on your heart just to the left of centre in your chest. If it helps, place the fingers of your right hand over the heart so you can physically feel your heart beat - then relax.
  • As you breathe in, visualise the air going into your heart. As you visualise breathing in, count to between 4 and 7 and with each count visualise your heart expanding your belly. Continue doing this until you find your own natural timing. Once you have established your natural breathing in cycle move to step 3.
  • As you breath out and feel your belly go down, visualise either:
    • a special place that makes you feel good; or
    • visualise what you are doing that makes you feel so good;
    • and /or visualise a person or group of people that makes your love come out.
    • as you become more familiar with this, and as it becomes easier to do - focus on giving appreciation or gratitude to someone and allow your love to come out.
  • More advanced breathing progression - once you have become familiar with all of the above - then as you continue with the heart felt focus - PROLONG the breathing out stage, so it is between 3 and 5 seconds longer than your breathing in stage. Then continue this staggered breathing cycle for between 1 and 3 mins. This will physiologically activate your parasympathetic nervous system and stimulate creative and happy hormones.

Adopt quick coherence as a pattern of positive performance:

The quick coherence practice, including the more advanced breathing progression, may also be used in the build up to a high performance related activity - especially as a precursor for being in the flow zone. This is perfect for activities such as climbing or skill related performance or even high intense muscular activities such as arm wrestling, powerlifting, strongman event and surprisingly combat sports - because the more you can perceive stress as a positive opportunity, the greater you will maximise your optimal flow zone perform to your maximum potential. When stress is perceived as being negative, it increases anxiety, increases muscle tension, reduces reaction times and speed and reduces power. Negative stress leads to a quicker loss of energy and reduces mental clarity and sharpness.

Smile and be positive.

Group / team coherence:

Imagine the benefits to a team if you all acknowledged gratitude for one another prior to starting a more physical warm up or at the end of a warm just before you went out to compete. This would minimise stress and allow you to perform at even higher levels of intensity for much longer.  

When Phil Jackson began coaching the Chicago Bulls - and later the Los Angeles Lakers - he says he used the Zen philosophy of mindfulness to help build both teams.


Coherence practice is used by the NHS in Derbyshire:

Quick coherence may be used to overcome feelings of anxiety, stress and help calm you or someone else down when they are feeling their behaviour is becoming more challenging to others.


More scientific research on this is available at -

Monitoring and measuring coherence can be done using new technology and with the correct insights.

Elimination is the lowest level of consciousness and calibrates <20:

The strategy for getting yourself or someone else out of this stage is provided below:

The VFP strategy for achieving higher/more positive 'natural patterns / cycles of being' is to re-tune your mental and emotional energy fields, so they do the 'right things' on an automatic basis (using your autonomic nervous system), rather than a cognitive basis (having to think and feel if what you are doing is working).

This approach is more significant when dealing with those at the lowest levels of consciousness. Such individuals 

  • You must have natural cycles of imbalance in your life. These should be positive in maximising you as a physical being. Look at every situation as an opportunity!
  • You should maximise the functioning and capabilities of your physical body/mind.
  • You should maximise your individual creativity and find purpose in all that you do.
  • You should be your best and give yourself for the benefit of all.

When you do this you will find love will allowed to flow from you and you will attract it!

You can’t tune into Love when you have negative forces influencing you - 'love is felt through tuning in to the truth'.

Love is not felt when someone is holding you back and not caring for you as best they can.

You cannot hold other people responsible for their imperfections in respect of your relationship. You need to break negative cycles with people - this does not mean you have to stop being with them, or loving or caring for them; but it does mean you must take responsibility yourself for following more positive natural cycles. If you are not capable of allowing love to come out of yourself for your TRUE SPIRITUAL BEING then your imperfect physical being will dominate your life. You must learn to let love come out by turning negative thoughts and emotions into opportunities to help yourself and others.

You must stop feeling sorry for yourself and you must stop using others as an excuse.

You are not an 'imprisoned physical being' - you may feel like one, and may be treated like one - but you have the opportunity to change this.

When your mind thinks with moving pictures rather than thinks with words (self-talk), then the results/benefits are significantly better.

Mental imagery is a more intuitive process than an intellectual one. It allows you to influence and take control of your unconscious and subconscious; whereas self-talk and worded affirmations focus your influence within your conscious mind.

For most people the language of imagery is commonly experienced during REM sleep at night or whilst daydreaming. However, becoming aware of images whilst waking simply requires us to give it more focus than we currently do. Most people self-talk rather than self image!

Scientific research confirms the benefits of imagery for improving health:

Doctors prescribe pharmaceuticals that control the mind through the body; eg. tranquilizers, antidepressants and anaesthetics. In much the same way, we can use the mind to control the body - and imagery is far more effective at doing this than self talk. There are at least two major scientific journals devoted to imagery research; one from Marquette University (The Journal of Mental Imagery) and one from Yale University (Imagination, Cognition and Personality).

Mental imagery may be used as a process for reacting to experiences (negative or positive), however, it is more powerful when used as a way of 'creating new experiences'. After successive repetitions/cycles (21 days being a natural cycle time that changes behaviour) then the physical body attunes with the mind to make the mental imagery reality - THIS IS A PROVEN BENEFIT!

Within the VFP Digital Tuning Chart we have created audio links that explains how to use imagery to help create your own good health (this is an ongoing development).


HRV (Heart Rate Variability):

In terms of 'measuring SPIRITUAL BEING REALISATION' or 'SPIRITUAL COHERENCE' - it may be measured on a physical basis by HRV (Heart Rate Variability). However, what you have to realise is that SPIRITUAL COHERENCE extends beyond your physical being and HRV is therefore limited in its potential to measure the higher levels of consciousness. It would be reasonable to estimate that below the level of 200 HRV is low and not smooth. Peak HRV will start and continue at a level of approx 250. Above this level HRV will peak but it will not indicate your level of consciousness - this can be better estimated using the VFP Digital Tuning Chart.

The similarity between SPIRITUAL COHERENCE and HRV, is that HRV maintains 'high activity, smooth sine wave cycles' regardless of the heart rate or brain wave frequency (excitatory or inhibitory) - and SPIRITUAL COHERENCE maintains 'natural/balanced cycles of smooth waves - that can be excitatory or inhibitory' - so they are very similar to measure!

When SPIRITUAL COHERENCE occurs, on a physical basis, the heart and brain waves become more synchronised / tuned in to one another on an autonomic basis. The important aspect to measure is not whether the heart or brain frequencies are high or low - but that the 'HRV is high and smooth', thus showing a willingness and readiness for either positive/excitatory or negative/inhibitory states. Good coherence indicates a wide range of optimal flow zone frequencies (an ability to perceive stress as a positive challenge, rather than something negative to overcome).

Coherence and a good HRV are indicators of:

  • Positive relationships.
  • Creative initiatives between positive people.
  • Problem solving and group decision making.
  • Bonding and mutual support.

Quick coherence practice is only part of the VFP Tuning Protocol; By following the VFP retuning protocol you will reduce and prevent the negative effects of stress, fatigue and exhaustion, sleep disruption, anxiety and burnout - you will feel calm, positive and energised.

VFP uses the Inner Balance App in conjunction with the Bluetooth sensor from Heart Math to measure HRV. By recording your HRV before any interventions/therapy sessions, during the sessions and after the sessions we can better evaluate the impact of our VFP Protocol.