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Update: June 25, 2022

Make time for MAP — and talk.

Many folks are struggling right now. Are you too having some trouble? Feeling too many over the top emotions? Thoughts spinning, making it hard to function? Having any physical reactions to the stressors of the day (week, months, years)? Needing some emotional and mental support? Concerned about the physical tolls of all this stress? You are not alone.

It's a good time for a MAP session. And if you want the most from the session, you're gonna have to talk. Of course, feel free to add on some yelling and crying if that's where you are. Be honest and free with what you're experiencing. Just remember to talk to MAP at these times. Keep reading and be sure to incorporate the tips below so you can get the best support and assistance from your MAP sessions.


What is MAP?

MAP is a comprehensive medical program that addresses our physical, emotional and mental health, and overall well-being. MAP is available to anyone, anywhere in the world. All you need is the book (or ebook) with complete instructions, and your willingness to learn the program.

This message is for new and "seasoned" MAP users alike. But if you are just learning of the Medical Assistance Program today, we suggest you read this introductory excerpt from MAP by Machaelle Wright first, and then read on.


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Would you like to have more success with MAP?

Are you getting the results you had hoped?

Are you thrilled with your results and
ready to take it up another notch?

The #1 roadblock we find when helping folks who are struggling to get results with MAP is what they are not saying to their MAP team. Many are under the impression, and will say to us outright: "Don't they (the MAP team) already know everything that's wrong with me?!"

It's practically everyone's biggest roadblock to success with MAP: Poor Communication.

If you work with MAP, or have worked with MAP in the past and have dropped your regular sessions this is a really good time to pick back up. You will appreciate the support more than you know.

While talking with Machaelle about some of our Question Line calls, she explained important points about working with MAP. The way she said it made us say "aha!" and gave us a deeper understanding of why talking to your team is so critical.

These points apply to all health issues you address with MAP — physical, mental, emotional and soul:

  • You have to talk, and keep talking, to your team. This is the key to getting results in MAP.

  • Your MAP team sets up the protocol on how they will address your issue according to what you are saying, how you say it and the order in which you say things.

  • In each MAP session, build on what you are telling your team. You don't have to keep repeating the same information. Once you have explained the issue and how/when it started, talk about how it's affecting you now.

  • You build on the information so you can open the doors that will allow your MAP team to move.

  • If you feel you're spinning your wheels, say that to your team. Let them know how you feel about being stuck, and what you think might be getting in your way.

  • You have to stay with the process. Every time you learn something, get an insight or if something about your condition changes (up or down, better or worse), tell your team.

It's simple really. But it seems that we easily forget in the moment. We suggest you print this information, put it somewhere within easy reach and read these tips before you start each session.


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You Have to Make Time for It

It's a strange phenomena. More often than we should, we'll be talking with someone on the Question Hot Line who is having trouble with an issue they're desperate to resolve or who is working themselves ragged doing everything they can and using every Perelandra tool available to them to help a loved one — but they aren't having MAP sessions to address the issue or support themselves through what is clearly a difficult challenge.

For your MAP team to help you, you have to have the MAP session! It's 40 minutes. That's less than the length of a prime-time TV show. Make an appointment with yourself. Your MAP team is available anytime.


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One More Point

Don't dink around with the process. Follow the steps as written. That includes sticking to the schedule, and respecting that you need time to integrate the work done in each MAP session.


And if you have questions and that aren't answered in these articles, call us on the Question Line. We answer the line on Wednesdays from 10 AM to 8 PM, eastern time: 1-540-937-3679


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Part 3: Misconceptions and Misinformation About MAP »
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