Your vision will become clear only when you look into your heart. Who looks inside awakens.
~ C.G. Jung ~
Therapy & Bodywork
In process therapy the goal is to address the core of a problem, and working at the core of a problem something known as the pain body arises. The pain body has almost always formed in times that we can no longer remember, what has lost memory or where there is no consciousness. And if you are unaware of something, you do not know what is going on.
The pain body lies in our subconscious, and in it our most traumatic experiences are stored. These traumas may have occurred during birth, in early childhood, during (serious) accidents or operations, seriously shocking events, feelings of loss due to separation, and illness or death, as some examples. From the pain body, behavioral patterns, beliefs, blockades and perhaps even dysfunctions of a physical or mental nature develop.
The method we use in process therapy is to attune to one another and thereby to our higher self and the higher intelligence of the universe. This increases our field of consciousness and we are able to remember everything and understand everything. We work with our body, heart and soul, which are our instruments to feel sensations or perceptions more clearly until we have the whole picture surrounding the problem. Only then does the ratio come into play. The advantage of this is that the pain body is always what needs the most help. Our higher self knows exactly what we need and what to prioritize. It wants to heal, learn and grow. You come into contact with everything in yourself so that you discover what you need, what you really want, and what you have to do.
With process therapy we trace the pain body until we find the moment or origin of its formation. In that way we tackle it at the core. From here we re-experience the problem again, but now from an observing consciousness so that we discover how and why the problem came to be, what it has done to us, and why we still struggle with it today. In this way you get real insight into the whole of the problem and it can be processed - in doing so the pain body dissolves and we get rid of the blockades and negative life mechanisms that we have developed from it. The way will be made available again for your life energy to flow and create fully and purposefully.
Process therapy can help with:
Burnout, stress and stress disorders
Attachment problems and relationship problems
Trauma processing and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Indecision, lack of decisiveness
Fears and phobias
Long-term grief, loneliness and loss
Psychosomatic complaints, especially headaches
Psychic counseling during long-term illness
Lack of self-confidence
Lack of self-awareness
Which therapeutic techniques does process therapy use?
Soul Retrieval is the restoration of connection with the Higher Self. Soul loss usually occurs in traumatic or shocking experiences, in which a piece of our energetic body becomes separate from the whole. This causes us to develop the feeling that we are not in balance or complete, and that we lack certain qualities. This is reflected through our self-image, which becomes negative, meaning that we lose energy. With Soul Retrieval the energetic body can be healed again, thus healing the associated mental and physical complaints.
Zening is a quick way to bring the client into a trance, so that they comes into theirhigher consciousness. During the session, the therapist is face to face with the client. In this position we start therapeutic interventions and ensure that the client does not let go of the connection with the therapist. As a result, the client processes unpleasant or shocking experiences in a very fast way. This technique gives the same result as EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), but is more meditative and revealing.
Leela cards are visualizations in map form. The client draws a card and the therapist reads the card. It is an entrance for a therapeutic session. There are several ways to deal with these cards.
Focusing is a way to listen to yourself on a physical level. Your body has its own memory and intellect. It remembers much more than your mental memory and it knows how to function - just think of how the body knows to heal a physical wound itself. By listening to your 'forewarned' pure sensations you open a door to your subconscious and also to your higher self.
The process therapist uses other therapeutic techniques that are derived from techniques such as the (Neuro Linguistic Programming), Transpersonal Therapy, Hypnotherapy, Regression Therapy, Reincarnation Therapy, Re-Birthing Techniques, Voice Dialogue and Treasure Mapping.