Would you TrancePlan to be a yogi?
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TrancePlan Hypnotherapy combines with traditional hypnotherapy techniques to help people gain insight into their thoughts, beliefs, and behaviors. During a TrancePlan Hypnotherapy session, the practitioner will use a combination of verbal and non-verbal techniques to help the client access their subconscious mind. This allows the client to gain insight into their current mental state and how it affects their behavior.
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ConsciousIntegratedTherapy (CIT) a holistic integrative psychotherapy approach to improve conscious and reduce unconscioussness for improved mental health. As there is universal consciousness the person is affected by society and has the potential to change first within.
Conscious Integrated Therapy (CIT) is a holistic approach to therapy that combines traditional therapeutic techniques with mindfulness and body-based practices. CIT focuses on helping clients to become aware of the present moment and to develop greater insight into the root causes of their distress. This approach is based on the understanding that our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are all interconnected and can be used to gain insight into our experiences. Through CIT, clients can learn to access their inner wisdom, build resilience, and develop the capacity to live with greater ease and joy. CIT can help clients to gain clarity and insight into their current struggles, as well as to develop new skills and strategies for managing difficult emotions and situations. Consult available to integrate CIT with TrancePlan.
What do I want in therapy? Who is asking? Who am I?
How can one change something without knowing Who am I? Often people will not be able to get the most enjoyment from life and be conditioned to not expect long term bliss state higher consciousness. Associating with unreal identity produces symptoms such as unconscious resistance, confusion, procrastination, inner conflict, depression, anxiety, ptsd. Like a funny house hall of mirrors each reflection appears to be real. Often times the mirrors are cracked and broken. Like the song goes there’s a crack in everything that’s how the light gets in. We seek for help in guidance only when there is a problem. But we can prevent the problems to a great extent listening to our inner selves. This increases self-awareness in the mind body connection.
When we become aware of our true identity, we can start to change the things that we want to change. We can start to make conscious decisions and take conscious actions that are in alignment with our true nature. We can start to develop our own understanding of who we are, and how we want to live our lives. We can start to create our own reality, and manifest our dreams and goals. We can start to create our own destiny.
￼Y ou are that not this.
The Upanishads have declared,
tat tvam asi
तत् त्वम असि
you are that, not this.
This means that you are not only your body, mind, or personality, but also the eternal essence that is the source of these things. To change something, you must first understand who you really are, and then you can use that knowledge to make changes that will lead to lasting happiness and fulfillment. By understanding your true identity, you can begin to make choices that are in alignment with your true nature and that will bring you greater peace, joy, and contentment.
If you constantly keep this in mind, then you are already into the spiritual life.
What happens is that all of us play a role in this world, every one of us – Husband, wife, businessman, producer, actor, worker etc. To play the role is alright. You play a good role and then what happens? When you go home, are you still playing the role? Or have you wiped off your grease paint and you’re back to who you are.
Don’t forget that you are not what you are projecting. Because it’s a role, you can’t carry it into real life.
So, what is real?
The reality is that you are the self, the inner self.
I’m that which is an essence, a part of the all-pervading supreme reality. If this thought occurs, then you see the supreme being in every little leaf and grain of sand. It has to settle down, absorbed within, and then you see the inner and the outer as the same.
All other things are role-playing.
Role-playing is the root of all sorrow. Break this shape and you have reality.
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Examples of CIT approachesl
1. Energy healing modalities such as Reiki, Pranic Healing, and Quantum Touch.
2. Mindfulness-based therapies such as MBCT, DBT, and ACT.
3. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to help with reframing and changing negative thought patterns.
4. Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) for identifying and changing patterns of behavior.
5. Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) for releasing emotional blocks.
6. Hypnotherapy to access the subconscious mind.
7. Meditation and yoga for calming the mind and body.
8. Spiritual practices such as chanting, prayer, and visualization.
9. Shamanic journeying and energy work to access higher states of consciousness.
10. Breathwork/Pranayama for releasing stuck energy and calming the nervous system.
Conversation about where the conscious mind comes from
Conversation about how to consciously control brain and mind
Conversation about steps to evolve to next level.
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Where does health come from? We are children of Mother Nature. Flow can balance and bring health.
The environment affects health
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My path has led me past this social conditioned mental state. The therapies I find useful are more self knowledge based with more than a few experiential states. Brenea Brown and Oprah break down three stages of healing.
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How to cure yourself of illness
Why are East and West Psychologies different? East is Physiology of Consciousness/energy frequencies. Eastern Psychology is Conscious in the Physiologic mirroring neurons.
Western is 3D evidence based on mental/emotional/physical/environmental patterns.
What are the differences? Is one better than another? Are levels of Consciousness the same in all humans/beings?
How to succeed in real life by evolving
Introduction to ConsciousnessIntegratedTherapyCIT. Sometimes called Integral Therapy to liberate from Maya 3D Delusion to Space of Possibility.
As there are evolutionary Western CBT Cognitive Behavioral Therapy* MCBT.
DBT Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Now the next evolution is ConsciousIntegratedTherapy. CIT
Therapies are moving from focusing on cognitive brain functions in cognitive behavioral therapy > mindfulness MCBT > DBT emotional mood regulation using Zen mindfulness combined with cognitive thinking in DBT dialectical behavioral therapy. The next step is to be able to combine body/cognitive/mindfulness/emotional regulation/energy frequency prana/mirror neurons in therapy to experience levels of Consciousness. Then Consciousness from within using:
Principles Yamas and Niyamas Tattwas
Violence/non violence Ahimsa
Ahimsa is a Sanskrit term meaning ‘non-violence’. It is a core concept in many Eastern religions, such as Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, and is often interpreted to mean ‘do no harm’. Ahimsa is also seen as a moral virtue, and is an important part of many spiritual practices. Ahimsa is often seen as a way of living that seeks to avoid causing harm to any living being, whether it be through physical violence, emotional harm, or environmental destruction.
Why is it so hard for humans to be either violent or nonviolent?
Throughout millions of years to now, we theorize that humans have evolved out of animals.
In order to survive some animals need to eat meat and others cannot eat meat. Are the obligate carnivores more violent?
Whether humans are omnivores or herbivores or carnivores is still up for debate. But if we are what we eat then if we eat meat we are eating the flesh of animals who have died in pain and left those pain chemicals in that meat at the time of their death.
https://jakartaveganguide.com/post/health-and-wellness/why-eating-meat-increases-your-stress-hormone-/227Legal definition of violencethe unlawful exercise of physical force or intimidation by the exhibition of such force.
We have legalized violence against animals.
Well the animals that do hunt to survive only use violence in order to get food, protect territory, for natural survival of the balanced fit in their evolution.
Humans although not having to hunt to survive, are still afraid that they will not be able to survive or be fit without eating meat along with a variety of other foods. So humans who eat meat react more to the stress hormones which caused fear, fight or flight. With everything going on in the world it is easy to see why a principle of nonviolence also called Ahimsa, is difficult to follow in day-to-day life.
And why would a person want to be non-violent or violent? Which brings up the question is fear (the root of violence in fight or flight reaction) rational or irrational or both?
In the context of being a mental health provider it is the subject of fear and whether it is rational or irrational that comes up very often. What happens is a person talks about knowing that their fear is irrational and telling them self that hasn’t helped. Or perhaps it has helped for a number of years and no longer is possible. What is possible is non-violence out of discernment of whether fear is rational or irrational and to act or not act.
The ability to be conscious of triggers, and knowing how to not blow up, is a great gift for somebody. It can reduce violence by first creating a sense of safety.
Using the principle of Ahimsa provides a better chance to solve problems based on fact rather than on fear. That fear, the fear of dying, the fear of starvation, the fear of being alone, the fear of not being able to pay the bills, the fear of not having an education, the fear of not having a job that pays enough to support a family, the fear of having everything and still not being happy, all of those fears can be boiled down to an existential fear.
Humans are the only species with so many fears. If I cross the street without looking by denying that fear is real my life can end abruptly. There are many reasons in fact to be afraid. How to manage fear? Reduce eating meat.
We can look at Arjuna in Bhagavad Gita who was a warrior against parts of his family. He was afraid to start fighting. He knew it was to survive but he questioned even his need to fight for survival. We can ask if Ukraine is being violent by defending itself. So is violence appropriate in survival cases? I would answer probably if it is to reduce future expansion of violence or war. These western cultures have been warlike and as we are what we eat then we can expect more war and environmental destruction. So I would say, yes, in some cases violence is appropriate for survival, but it should be a measured response, not a blind reaction.
Definition of courage
“mental or moral strength to venture, persevere, and withstand danger, fear, or difficulty.”
It does take a willingness to develop tolerance for strong emotions. That can lead to courage and resilience.
Does this lead to ahimsa?
Or can a fighter in a war be non violent?
In individual therapy there is a chance to reevaluate the need for animal protein in order to reduce stress hormones in humans. When there is a resolution of inner conflict then more rational attention can be focused on outer conflict.
Perhaps inner peace can be found in not craving.
Speaking truth to power satya
When I feel compelled to say the truth to power I usually do it one on one with a person in therapy. This doesn’t have to be so gloom and doom. It can be made a joke of in a lighthearted way no offense. Like maybe I just won’t give you the right answer this time. Well that’s why I pay you the big bucks! Ha ha! Well that is a good point and I’m glad that it wasn’t me who had to point it out. Power number one fear false evidence appearing as reality. In New York City there are so many different generations cultures life experiences. People who come from traditional cultures and are looking to better themselves often confuse the American dream with American reality. There is a great deal of oppression and repression in traditional cultures which creates an undercurrent of rebellion. There is a tendency towards independence in children of immigrants and in immigrants themselves. What I see is that the immigrant older generation first generation is still focused on survival skills and how to amass wealth in order to avoid some disastrous outcome. This trauma is passed along to their children, intergenerational trauma and creates lasting difficulties. However the difficulties are not impossible to overcome. Often it is engaging with the client in a sort of question and answer getting the client to really think about what they’re saying. Because a lot of times they don’t think that what they’re saying really matters. And what they’re saying is that they don’t really matter. This plays itself out in running towards relationships and marriages families and children based on avoidance of feeling outcast from your own people. So the trauma that the second generation heals appears to be more distant and not as profound as what their parents experience. And the exploration is about feelings. Identifying feelings, the meaning of those feelings, what other peoples feelings feel like and what they mean and how do others affect moving forward in your life. Just being able to know and identify the feelings helps to reduce the repression of shameful and guilty and untrue parts of the self. Those parts of the self that are in conflict with both the culture and the world in a sort of culture war.
In many places, including New York City, the second generation has more of an understanding of the American Dream and their place in the world. They are more open to new ideas and different ways of life. They are more likely to take risks and to challenge the status quo. They are more likely to take advantage of educational opportunities and to think outside of the box. They are more likely to challenge the traditional expectations of their parents and to explore new opportunities and experiences.
The third generation has a much more nuanced understanding of the American Dream and their place in the world. They are more likely to be aware of the challenges and opportunities that are available to them and to take advantage of them. They are more likely to be aware of the nuances of different cultures and to be open to different ways of life. They are more likely to be aware of the power of their voice and the power of their actions. They are more likely to be aware of their own power and to use it to create change.
Overall, the experience of different generations in New York City creates a unique and vibrant culture. Each generation brings a different perspective, different experiences, and different goals. This creates a dynamic and ever-evolving culture that is constantly adapting to the changing needs and wants of the people living in it.
Binary thinking, black and white, yes no, true false, if then, live or die, pass or fail, compete, work hard, deserving and undeserving poor, English poor law, master slave, male female, all of these are out of fear. These are taught in society. Because you never know what is there if you don’t experience it and take action to make it happen! Statistically things can go terribly worse than you thought equally as much as they can go extremely better than you could’ve ever imagined. So the odds don’t really seem totally against you. So if the odds are against you and you have a lot of fear and you don’t overcome your fear and try something something small to begin with you’ll never know that there are endless answers in real life. Those answers cannot be found in books or gurus or anything outside the self; this is the inner self. The inner self connects with everything else but there has to be a conscious inner self there to connect with everything else.
Asteya non stealing.
I add non greed. The craving, desire, unfillable unknowable emptiness that is a craving hungry ghost. Often seen as a reaction to early childhood trauma. Greed steals away your sense of contentment, your peace of mind, your ability to appreciate what you already have. It steals away your ability to be present and stay in the moment. It steals away your joy and your capacity to be grateful. Non greed is an important part of Asteya, and it is an essential part of living a life of balance and harmony.That unknowing need to escape but from what? By early feminists the problem with no name. Since this message has no name people of course need to give it a name. When a person learns to live with uncertainty even in names, people, places and the knowledge that everything changes, there are more possibilities for breaking into that emptiness and finding that there is still flow. No longer is it necessary to grab everything and hold on too tight. Denser energy moves slower and more high frequence energy is more active. Mental energies are higher frequency. The three doshas or energies can be thought of as an explanation for balance as lifestyle. The concept of entities living in different levels of lokas or realities is well known. If a person is at a low frequency constantly angry not able to reduce inner conflict, not able to know fear from reality, those beings continue in their trajectory just as other beings who want to increase the level of their frequency are using the practices and principles of Ahimsa, Satya and Asteya.
means doing things in moderation. Means not to follow every desire and be impulsive, craving and out of control. When a person becomes less violent, more truthful, non-stealing, living in moderation seems to be a principal of balance in the flow of life. We can’t be balanced all the time. Everybody has extreme ups and downs during their life. I have seen when people are selfish and greedy that nobody is there to help them when they need it. They do not have balance and eventually the imbalance reaches a tipping point. As a therapist i see quite a few prople at this point. The encouraging thing is they recognize their lifestyle and thinking needs to change. This may take many years to play out so many people think that people who do not live in moderation are role models to emulate. (medical providers see some of the truth about the unhappiness so called successful people have). But over time(decades), just like the tortoise and the hare you see that when you use principles then your life gets easier. This is an example of Dharma the law of life. As above so below.
Moderation Brahmacharia is doing things in moderation. Means not to follow every desire and be impulsive, craving and out of control. When a person becomes less violent, more truthful, non-stealing, living in moderation seems to be a principal of balance in the flow of life. We can’t be balanced all the time. Everybody has extreme ups and downs during their life. I have seen when people are selfish and greedy that nobody is there to help them when they need it. They do not have balance and eventually the imbalance reaches a tipping point. As a therapist i see quite a few prople at this point. The encouraging thing is they recognize their lifestyle and thinking needs to change. This may take many years to play out so many people think that people who do not live in moderation are role models to emulate. (medical providers see some of the truth about the unhappiness so called successful people have). But over time(decades), just like the tortoise and the hare you see that when you use principles then your life gets easier. This is an example of Dharma the law of life. As above so below. When person lives in moderation they are generally more successful and fulfilled in life. They are more balanced, healthier, and have more fulfilling relationships. So, moderation is a great way to live.
Yes not only do not steal but also be generous. I think everybody knows the value of generosity in principle. How many times a day are we generous and how many times not so much. We decide who is deserving. How do we decide? Out of obligation, to assuage guilty feelings, to pay it forward, out of gratitude? If it is a principle the question is how does this help. It is part of a flow of interdependence between all beings. Being in that flow keeps us relevant and connected to the wellbeing of others and our self development. Our self, in being generous feels it expands into the beings of the ones we are generous to. It can make us feel good. Without getting into this being selfish it is a way to humble us. We realize how meaningful generosity is. When people write gratitude lists to remind them of how generous life is they make a choice to expand their consciousness.We can be generous with our time, our words, our resources. We can be generous with our heart and our understanding. We can be generous with our energy and our presence. We can be generous with our love and our compassion. By being generous we can create a space of abundance, of giving and receiving. We can be generous with our mistakes and our successes. We can be generous with our forgiveness and our understanding. We can be generous with our joy and our laughter. We can be generous with our appreciation and our gratitude. All of these things add up to a life of generosity.
Samskara Dahana Kriya connect the dots. Verse 22. https://www.patheos.com/blogs/monkeymind/2017/10/pointers-inner-way-paul-reps-vijnana-bhairava-tantra.html
What is the mind/body connection and how to be authentic. What does saying no mean? When the body says no what would happen if we listened? It could be not that or not this but each of us can benefit by listening to our emotions.
The Eastern traditions have for untold (underreported) millennia incorporated energy practices which align the body/mind/spirit from an inner science based on experience. This includes mirroring neurons from one aligned consciousness to another. The consciousness science of inner self realization is a methodology which connects and unites the physical/cognitive/emotional/energetic connections with the whole cosmos, including and integrating all its dimensions and levels, not only an individual cognitive functioning separate ego seeking gratification identified as happiness from something outside of itself.
“Siddhartha” by Herman Hesse chronicles the experiences of a man who was born to be a priest. His refusal of any dogma and his journey is read in this audiobook.
What is Kundalini Shakti YouTubes.
Treatment thus is not only about either mental and/or emotional aspects but is inclusive of all aspects.
Four states of consciousness are sleep, dream, awake, higher consciousness in Eastern approaches.
Brain wave neuropsychiatry.
Neurologically there are different brain waves, measured with brain scan eeg. The qeeg measures higher gamma waves which are found in meditators and high bliss frequencies of over 300MH. Most tests on brain waves are eeg which excludes the gamma frequencies.
The limiting of choices as in black/white, true/false, binary, yes/no, either/or is a product of lower frequency linear logic 3D thinking. We have height, width, depth but we have not learned to access more than a little of the few dimensions recognized as movement or stillness through time and space in the processes of therapy. That is because of the imbalance in flow.
Mantra is for training the brain
Vipassana is for integrating the mind/body.
How to begin meditating
Western Mental/behavioral health treatment began with Western European shamanism (actually nobody in the West really knows how long ago or where it began). Usually western education does not go earlier than Egyptian/Grecian/Sumerian. There is much evidence to prove history much earlier.
Kapila Karikas foundation of western logic and law.
Eastern spirit/mind/body science recorded history goes back 60,000 to 60 million years), according to vedas/agamas.
Western medical model including psychoanalysis grew to psychology and psychotherapy, and then to for example, psychoanalysis, Positive Psychology, Integrative, Hypnotherapy, NLP, life coaching. However, due to increased use of psychotropic medication, most focused on the cognitive mental functioning which regards symptoms caused by serotonin and dopamine imbalance from the brain as causes to create conditions, disorders and diseases, maintain and direct healing/health. The medical model psycho pharmacological focus has been on chemically replacing in the central nervous system brain low levels of for example, serotonin and dopamine. The serotonin and dopamine are actually produced in the pituitary, hypothalamus, intestinal and endocrine system. However such medications have side effects, temporarily mask symptoms, are not meant to be taken forever, can be addicting and are often dependent on lengthy trial and error. Science is now looking to nutrition, stress, environment, to find causes of these chemical balances. Recently Functional medicine has found the causes of problems to be from a wide range which western medicine excludes. For example lab tests do not test tissue and test blood.
The East has always included a holistic approach. it works with balancing and expanding the innate strength rather than finding a localized deficit and adding chemicals.
Science of Yoga
https://youtu.be/0AqVHGBZWeo Sri M
Heart Bakhti Yoga.
Melatonin a growth hormone comes at night from the Pineal gland which until recently in the West was considered a vestigial ocular gland and in the East is the Third Eye Ajna Chakra or Eye of Horus. Dopamine is produced in the nearby pituitary and hypothalamus glands.
Immune system is stimulated by thymus also considered as upper heart chakra.
There are many reasons to include body/mind/energy frequency work in dealing with any kind of concern in life. There is no reason to exclude it.
Who might want ConsciousIntegratedTherapy? CIT There are many people who consider themselves to be not spiritual or religious but seeking inner peace (secular); spiritual but not religious, or anti-religion. Many people consider themselves as atheist, nihilist, communist, capitalist or agnostic.
Spiritual and religious. I was agnostic for most of my life.
In one’s energy frequency, spirituality does not require faith or a belief. It operates on each person’s experience, awareness, self knowledge, emotional response and evidence based holistic healing. Initially one may try different approaches before finding what works. Maharishi Mahesh Yogi TM
Sri Aurobindo and Mother Integral Therapy.
Ramana Maharishi compare to Carl Jung.
Vivekananda and Paramahamsa Yogananda as Eastern and Western.
Panchag Naram Ayurveda, Nalanda Institute.
Many follow a traditional organized religion but are not satisfied with it or they would not have come to therapy in the first place. People come to look for practical solutions and rather than turning to chemicals (Licit or Illicit) in talking, analyzing, remembering, extensively about childhood. Learning is limited to manage/adjust/cope they often have no idea of what could heal and transform but are frustrated at the lack of effective help, guidance, or progress in their lives.
iyengar functions and physiology of yoga asana. Hatha Yoga Pradipika.
All of the techniques which are included here in this book are if not in whole are at least partially applicable to anybody. It has been an approach that does start with the client including ongoing collaboration and intra-analysis of what patterns are obstacles to the client asking how to experience the source of where the person is coming from. Who am I? That source is spiritual bliss or pure consciousness. Dhyan Turiya, Turiyatita. According to Vedas/Agamas. Kapila Karika
https://youtu.be/Z-OEpwgv6aM in CBD.
We are originally and holistically part of wholeness, live in the wholeness and return to wholeness. The feeling of being separate creates an obstacle to the self knowing what the origin, motivation, purpose in life is.
What is spiritual? To me source spiritual is a frequency of vibration in flow, which when combined with each person‘s own innate ability to heal them self creates a more rapid positive measurable outcome. It also allows each person to be liberated from the limiting patterns of the cognitive mind. The cognitive/emotional mind is linked to the 3D Reality. This 3D Reality has been structured in psychological terms as having three states of consciousness. These are Unconscious, Subconscious and Alert. intro to Completion Technique. what is Karma sattvic food
What is Liberation? Vedas Agamas
Freedom from inner conflicts, Self knowledge, a continuous bliss state of consciousness/gamma wave. Non-attachment and ability to be powerful to manifest whatever is the best possible outcome is Moksha Jivan Mukhti Liberation.
A. Roots and Lineage
The first spiritual guide is Shiva which represents the super consciousness, all dimensions and including what we call reality in the three dimensions of height, length and depth. Shiva is a word which indicates eternal consciousness principle. This is a Cosmic Principle. Lord Shiva and manifestation Parvati, the principle of cosmic existence are a unified whole. They are unified in oneness Advaitha* Lord Shiva as Consciousness Intelligent Cosmos- performs Creation, Preservation, Destruction , Delusion and Liberation. The Higher Consciousness produces a vibration which produces space which produces waves of energy which produce 11 dimensions. The dimensions are
Shakti, the dimension of creation; Bindu creative focus; Bindukala Space/time; Shabda, a Sound; Nada continuing Sound, Nadakala, Intelligence of Sound in Space/time/motion; time produces length; space produces height/width and when depth is produced then matter which can be perceived by human measurement is made. Human measurement includes wave/particle energy. But because it is not perceived with 5 senses it is just beginning to be commonly used. The East has since it began having advanced human receivers who were evolved to transmit energies and eventually write about them have left vast resources which are available to those whom seek.
Cymatics scientifically proves that 3 dimensional matter is created harmonically by 5 sounds.
Western sky gods perform only the first three. YouTube’s and scripture references. A physical Avatar Lord Shiva lived 60,000 -1,000,000 years ago and there are countless facts and basic information to indicate this foundation. In books and scripture is written more and some books are suggested in the bibliography. Scientists are reporting that the Cosmos is an intelligent Superconsciousness. Science has begun to research animals’ brains to explore about 11 dimensions of reality.
The lineage is Shaivite (from Shiva)
My lineage is now Shaivite. Being in the space of Advaitha requires initiation through look, sound/light or touch. The super conscious state which includes all 25 states of consciousness and 11 dimensions. The Earth and the Cosmos requires that we evolve in order to be aligned with Dharma. Dharma is Cosmic law. It is able to give us opportunities to live in jivan mukhti that is Living Enlightenment.
The journey was not so direct for me and I did not find the answers to my questions until age 63, eight years ago. I can see that all my life I have been seeking answers to the same questions people have been asking for millennia. Becoming and being a Social Worker with the focus on helping others, then learning from them about meditation and then discovering through yoga and Hypnotherapy what healing is, took 33 years. I credit being of service as the cause of my spiritual evolution. calculating that I provided 20,000 nurses aide hours, 28,000 encounter social work service hours, 4,000 hours practicing yoga asanas, whatever it took to receive a Masters of Social Work Degree, continuing education, trips to attend programs in India, untold devotional and musical endeavors ( I do credit 15 years classical music/voice training, semi-professional performance and founding a music non profit as helping develop my spirituality) and online training.
B. Basic concepts
1. Levels of Consciousness
2. Dimensions of Reality
3. Origins of three dimensional world
4. Kinds of Karmic Psychological, Ecological methods.
5. Spirit/Psycho/Social/Environment mapping
Inner image outer image self to world then world to self image.
2. Evolution to Wholistic Integrative Therapy
A. Personal History and Experience
1. Before Guru food exercise family motherhood
A. Education -Feminism
C. Yoga and Hypnotherapy
2. After Guru
1. 8 year journey
2. Completion Technique
3. Karma vs Nature/Nurture
4. Third Eye Therapies
C. Linga Healing
D. Role of Maya Matrix
E. Letting Go
B. Why Wholistic Integrative Therapy.
1. Historical context
A. Different religions
2. Development of current Eastern and Western societies/religions
2. Contrast and Comparison of Individual/Family/Social/Environmental Development
A. With Western Psychotherapies/Spiritual Practices
B. With Eastern Healing/Spiritual Practices.
1. South America
2. Central America
C. European Descent
1. Irish/Italian Catholic
2. Ashkenazi Jewish
D. African Descent
2. The South
E. Far East Asian
1. Chinese/Hong Kong
F . Near East Asian
G. Indian Subcontinent
1. South India
2. North India
3. U.S. NRI