"Transformational Energywork for the 21st Century"
recognises that some therapeutic or 'healing'
modalities are still based in a conceptual framework that places the major
emphasis & focus on the particular 'healing energy' specific to that
therapy, or on the Therapist or 'Healer' who, as the 'power-possessor',
exerts their therapeutic influence over the client to make
them well - with the client being allotted/assuming a passive (and, in
many ways, disempowered) role in the therapeutic process.
are fully cognisant of the fact that, particularly
in cases of serious chronic disorders, clients who take an active role
in the managing of (and treatment of) their dis-ease, are far more
likely to achieve full remission & recovery than those clients who
assume a passive role.
perceives that all living beings possess extremely potent self-healing
mechanisms. We are constantly healing ourselves - constantly adjusting
& correcting imbalances as they arise. If we cut or graze ourselves,
our bodies instantly set in motion a process of self repair -stemming
bloodflow, generating new tissue, healing the wound. When exposed to viruses,
white blood cells spring into action to counter the incursion. Our beings
continually seek 'homeostasis' - a state of general equilibrium. However,
sometimes it happens that, due to a combination of circumstances &
factors including physiological, emotional & psychological stress,
our self-healing mechanisms become inundated, and cannot keep up with
the 'workload' - often even leading to various degrees of suppression
or breakdown in the very healing/repair mechanisms themselves.
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