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Revised: August 14, 2021

Already work with MAP? Remember that your MAP team is there for you to address current issues and concerns, including the impact of stress. (Why would we think anyone is stressed?!) Keep up with your regular MAP sessions. And if you haven't already done so, address the outbreak with your team. Open a session as usual and tell your team you would like to prepare for exposure to _______ [the current outbreak]. (Learn More)

Other concerns you might want to address: Grief and loss, any effects to your mental and emotional health caused by the pandemic and all in your life that has been impacted (work, family, financial, home), new symptoms and changes to your physical health (including weight gain or loss, rashes, panic attacks, flare ups of old conditions, etc.), fear and trauma caused by being on the front lines (Are you or your loved ones a nurse, doctor, physical therapist, any medical staff, military, on an emergency crew, public health worker, truck driver, restaurant worker, grocery store worker, etc.?), loneliness, depression (caused by anything — including the latest environmental and climate reports), trauma and fear caused by living in a wildfire zone or a hurricane or flood zone, heat exhaustion, just plain exhaustion . . . get the idea?

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.

Just hearing about MAP? It's a simple, comprehensive and inexpensive way to shore up and expand your health care. (An Introduction to MAP)


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ETS for Humans is an easy, effective way to support the work you do with your MAP team.

MAP is available to anyone, anywhere in the world. All you need is the book (or ebook) by Machaelle Wright with complete instructions. However, you will see that ETS is recommended in the book, on our website and in many articles . . . So we want to talk about using ETS for Humans with MAP — something that's not required but does help!

For those of you unfamiliar with ETS for Humans: It is a safe, natural solution that's taken orally. Outside of MAP, ETS is used for any sudden or "unscheduled" physical, emotional or mental situation that causes anger, frustration, confusion, pain, panic, irritation and fear. When these kinds of "intrusions" occur, we immediately reach for and take ETS for Humans. Once we stabilize ourselves with ETS, we're better able to thoughtfully, calmly turn our attention to what else we need to do to address what has just occurred.

It's important that you not file ETS away as "just for emergencies." There's so much more to it. ETS for Humans helps to stabilize the changes that are implemented during your MAP session, and support you as you adjust to those changes. By using ETS for Humans as prescribed with each session, you are assisting in the integration of your MAP team's work and shortening the period between the session and when the work fully seats in your body.

When we talk with folks who started MAP and have successfully addressed a wide range of issues with their teams for some time before incorporating ETS, they often tell us that they notice a clear difference once they start taking it. They talk about how much more efficiently and quickly they were able to feel the results of their MAP sessions. And they notice how much clearer the sessions are for them, including their ability to sense and communicate with their team.

Complete instructions on how and when to use ETS with MAP during regular sessions, the Calibration Process, emergencies and more are given in the third edition of MAP (2006). If you're still working with the first or second edition, we hope you'll be encouraged to upgrade!

If you choose not to include ETS, you'll be just fine. It's not a requirement.

More About MAP

Our website is chock-full of helpful information about working with MAP. Whether you're new to Perelandra and just learning about the Medical Assistance Program, or you've been using MAP for years, there's a link here that will speak to you!

Start with reading an excerpt from MAP that includes personal comments from Machaelle Wright about how MAP was developed here.

Then learn more through our series on MAP from the QL Duo:

And discover how others have gotten help from MAP through their own words here.

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If you have questions and you don't find answers in the links we've provided, call us on Wednesday from 10 AM to 8 PM, ET: