by Dr. Lawrence Wilson

© November 2020, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.

All information in this article is solely the opinion of the author and is for educational purposes only. It is not intended as diagnosis, prescription, treatment or cure for any health conditions.


Psychodrama is a method of therapy in which one mimics or imitates a traumatic situation in a way that is limited, safe and fun. The purpose is to bring up memories or the trauma in a safe and controlled way so that a person can process, retrace and release the trauma better. For details about this interesting healing method, read Psychodrama.


Some of the healing procedures used in the development program employ or have effects that can be considered psychodrama. The procedures include coffee enemas, vaginal coffee implants, peroxide vaginal implants, and the genital bath. All of these procedures can help a person retrace traumas that involve the genital and pelvic areas of the body.

Sauna therapy, which causes sweating, may also bring up memories of certain traumas. Also, some of the visualizations we suggest to use with the pulling down exercise may work because they bring up memories of traumas in a safe and controlled manner.

We have come to understand that this is one of the reasons these procedures are so powerful.

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