The Five Phases of Personal Evolution

A Core Process for Changing Your Life

Five Phases of Personal Evolution

For the last 20 years, I’ve shared a powerful technique with people who want to make positive changes in their lives.

People who’ve experienced this technique report positive shifts in their quality of life and energy levels.

The technique is a series of simple movements that have the effect of greatly supporting positive changes.

Most people are surprised at how much such simple exercises can influence positive change. But as you can see from the comments below, such change is, indeed, facilitated by doing this technique.

Here are some comments from past students:

These exercises allow me to slow down in my otherwise fast-paced life. In that slower space, I can listen more intently to my body, mind, and soul.


When I first learned this move, I thought, “This is too simple a movement to be effective.” I was wrong.


I learned a huge lesson: Don’t do the release motion on a trampoline. In other words, releasing isn’t just about psychological “letting go of that which isn’t beneficial. It can be physiological as well.


The beauty of these exercise for me is that it can be customized to meet my needs. For instance, if I need grounding, then I can practice that move and feel an immediate connection with the earth. I can feel the energy passing through me to the earth and vice versa. I can feel rooted and energized.


This is a wonderfully freeing move and I’ve come up with a flood of new ideas after practicing it. It opens more than just the heart, it opens the mind.


When I first practiced this movement, I thought it was about trusting the universe, in others, but I also learned that it was about trusting in oneself. I needed to hear that message through my body, and this movement allowed that message to come through. It’s a very empowering movement, as are all the movements that we have practiced.

The combination of all five movements is different from Americanized exercise that focuses on the external in which the participant exercises from the outside in. The Five Phases of Personal Evolution, on the other hand is an incredible form movement in that the exercise is from the inside out. I have found that when I strengthen the inside, including body, mind, and spirit, it is reflected on the outside. I am a much healthier person after having learned this.


I had a purpose for trying these movements. I was consuming far too much sugar. The transition through the process was not always pleasant. When I first started (the first 2 weeks), I actually got sick. I contracted a urinary infection (attributed to not drinking enough water and getting dehydrated); I also had flu-like symptoms. I was a mess. But what was probably happening was that through these movements, my body was releasing toxins that had built up. By continuing the practice, my sugar intake was DRASTICALLY reduced and my energy levels and sense of self-confidence have soared.

I just want to thank you Bruce, for sharing this art form with me and changing my life. I am a healthier, happier person as a result of this newfound knowledge.

All the best,

Virginia C., Reno, NV


“Since doing these exercises, I’m standing up straighter, have more energy and am aware of things around me in a deeper way. Here is an example of the latter:

“While stopping to have a drink after work one evening, there were no empty tables so I ended up sitting with a number of people I didn’t know. While there I became very aware of the strong energy the woman sitting at the end of the table. When I asked her about why her energy was so strong, she replied, “How did you notice my energy?” I told her that I was doing some exercises that increase my awareness of energy. She said, ‘I’m a practicing shaman, but almost nobody ever notices my energy like this!'”

Russ B., Reno, NV


1. The Five Phases of Personal Evolution have increased the range of motion in my arms.
2. Overall my energy level has increased and my pain levels decreased during the three months I’ve been practicing these movements.
3. I really like practicing them using the power of intention. For me it’s a moving meditation and a way of grounding myself for the day ahead.

As someone with fibromyalgia, these changes are remarkable to me!

Christiane O. , Sparks, NV


These are just a few samples of feedback from students practicing this exercise.

Can you imagine how your life might change doing these movements? And if you knew you could get these benefits with regular practice taking only 5 to 15 minutes a day, would you be interested?

I’ve taught these movements to a wide variety of people over the past 20 years. People with stressful lives, people with chronic diseases such as MS and heart disease and people who want to create a better life for themselves.

Their feedback and experience makes it clear that, when practiced, these movements have the potential to transform your life for the better.

The next class starts on March 8, 2017.

If you are interested, you can view the information page and enroll in the class here:

Because of the size of the room, no more than 12 students will be allowed to enroll. If you have questions, please feel free to contact me.

All the best for your health and happiness,

Dr. Bruce Eichelberger

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