Here are some contexts to understand the importance of correcting to neutrality. First, neutrality allows you to think about the past memories, but there wouldn’t be any presence of negative energetic effects. For instance, you remember something that made you angry in the past, probably an old friend who had betrayed you. Every time you think about this incident, you feel your chest tightens. However, by clearing the energetic effects associated with the anger, when you think about this incident, there would be no chest pain anymore. Instead, this will only be a memory. Oftentimes, when you have an issue, you cope with forgetting or suppressing the memory. It is a normal occurrence because this is a defense mechanism. Rather than dealing with the issue, you chose to shove it under a rug – this is the reason why the moment you recall the experience, you still feel bad about it. But, when you are neutral, the moment you connect to the issue, you remember it happened but you do not feel any negative emotion towards it. Basically, the physical pain stops by correcting the non-physical issues by emotional, mental, psychological, psychic-empathy or spiritual causes.
Next, fears and phobias are considered to be energetic disruptions from past experiences. Even a single disruption can cause an imbalance. It can be an incident that happened over twenty years ago. In order for you to see this only as a memory void of emotion, you have to delete the effects of this experience. Sometimes, one experience can have an energetic effect on someone for 100x, 1000x or even 10000x if the effects are not cleared. A similar life experience can trigger this memory. Frequently, if the experiences are not cleared it will compound and you will be experiencing the same thing over and over again in both your conscious and subconscious minds. You are once again relieving the suffering. For example a 40-year old woman who had been a victim of assault when she was 15 years old is afraid of dark and close spaces.
Often times, correcting energy imbalances can help you improve your performance in your career – whether you are a professional or even an athlete. For example, an energy imbalance could come from an attachment to the outcome. By correcting this imbalance an athlete or any professional can achieve success, because being neutral allows him or her to just do their best regardless of the outcome. It will relieve them of their pre-competition or presentation jitters and concentrate on what lies ahead. Another example is having or feeling an emotional stress at home which causes imbalances to your energetic systems. Take a look at the world-renowned golfer, Tiger Woods. He is not doing so well this year, because of his home troubles. Once the imbalances from the emotional stress at home, in relationships, or at work are corrected, then utilizing the Midline principle to maximize the physical attributes like muscular structures, flexibility and endurance, then you are in to achieve an excellent performance.