Treating one person can relieve distress in a second person who shares the same traumatic memory The Mind Resonance Process is an elegantly simple yet profoundly powerful cognitive process that can be used to release traumatic negative perceptions, beliefs, emotions and memories rapidly and permanently. The benefits are many, including renewed energy, inner sense of peace, sense of joy, a sense of rejuvenation, greater resilience to stress, enhanced physical, emotional and spiritual wellbeing, a more solid sense of ones true identity, and much more. This paper gives a brief description of employing MRP to help release a traumatic memory. The nature of the actual memory is not important. What is essential is only its qualities as experienced by the individual. As most trauma is experienced emotionally with similar common denominators of reactions except. perhaps, for degrees of intensity, this allows us to generalize the use of one example to many other traumatic memory experiences The MRP appears effective in releasing significant negative memories quickly, easily and with permanence. When a negative memory is shared, helping one individual release it with MRP, allows the other to release it spontaneously, with no knowledge of the intervention, and with the intervention occurring from a distance. (Read more in IJHC January 2005, Volume 5, No. 1) IJHC/WHR Observations: Research in the format of single case studies often provides seminal information that opens into new areas for more complex studies. This study begins to confirm reports that when a person releases negative feelings that may involve another person, the other person may simultaneously experience this release even though the second person is many miles away and has no way to know about the first persons change of heart.