WEFOUNDInternal Moving Healing Manual of Instruction: Stopping Your Pain and Other Unpleasant Things (Paperback) - Common


Quite some time ago I mentioned an unusual system of self-healing that I was introduced to during a course in Vipassana meditation several decades past.  I recounted my own experience, but that was secondary to the point of the article. … Continue reading →

  • Heal traumatic wounds at the cellular level
  • Use meditative practices to have clients see their symptomology in a different way
  • A non-pathological and accelerated approach to emotional well-being
  • Everyone - no matter how sick – has healing inner resources
  • Turn pathology and symptoms into inner resources and self-leadership
We all know what it is to feel conflicting emotions - “a part of me wants to …. and then there’s a part of me that doesn’t….” as we grapple with our internal self, desires, and behaviors.

Think about the family of emotions from Pixar’s movie Inside Out - how family of emotions, Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust and Anger all interacted inside Riley Anderson’s mind to form her reactions and memories.

Most modes of psychotherapy believe to have “parts” is pathological. NOT in IFS. In IFS the idea of multiplicity of the mind is normal. Every part has a good intention, and every part has value. All clients have the ability to heal themselves if they listen to their parts. IFS is a very powerful tool for clinicians. Once you see it in action, you’ll be hooked! And you’ll want to immediately incorporate it into your practice.

Quite some time ago I mentioned an unusual system of self-healing that I was introduced to during a course in Vipassana meditation several decades past.  I recounted my own experience, but that was secondary to the point of the article. … Continue reading →

Quite some time ago I mentioned an unusual system of self-healing that I was introduced to during a course in Vipassana meditation several decades past.  I recounted my own experience, but that was secondary to the point of the article. … Continue reading →

  • Heal traumatic wounds at the cellular level
  • Use meditative practices to have clients see their symptomology in a different way
  • A non-pathological and accelerated approach to emotional well-being
  • Everyone - no matter how sick – has healing inner resources
  • Turn pathology and symptoms into inner resources and self-leadership
We all know what it is to feel conflicting emotions - “a part of me wants to …. and then there’s a part of me that doesn’t….” as we grapple with our internal self, desires, and behaviors.

Think about the family of emotions from Pixar’s movie Inside Out - how family of emotions, Joy, Sadness, Fear, Disgust and Anger all interacted inside Riley Anderson’s mind to form her reactions and memories.

Most modes of psychotherapy believe to have “parts” is pathological. NOT in IFS. In IFS the idea of multiplicity of the mind is normal. Every part has a good intention, and every part has value. All clients have the ability to heal themselves if they listen to their parts. IFS is a very powerful tool for clinicians. Once you see it in action, you’ll be hooked! And you’ll want to immediately incorporate it into your practice.

Quite some time ago I mentioned an unusual system of self-healing that I was introduced to during a course in Vipassana meditation several decades past.  I recounted my own experience, but that was secondary to the point of the article. … Continue reading →


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