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BodyPsychology - Shoulders, Hips and Spine
The BodyTalk System seeks to address the “whole person.” This means that no aspect of the human psyche can be overlooked, be it emotional, mental, physical, or spiritual. The BodyPsychology series delves into understanding the ‘mental’ aspects of physiology. What is the mentality of the heart, or the shoulders, or any part of the body? And how does that mentality play into disease and illness. Have you ever thought, “What would it be like to be the heart?”.
This series of courses will cultivate an understanding of the relationship between physical well-being and psychological well-being of all of the parts of the body. You will experience ‘a day in the life’ of these parts and explore their untold stories.
Understanding the psychology of the body will help connect the dots between disease in the body and your life experience. These courses will show you how the body expresses our psychological make-up. This will bring an important shift in awareness for you so that you will recognize how simply profound this concept is. So much so, that you will look back and say “how did I not see that”.
The focus of this BodyPsychology course is the shoulders, hips and intrinsic muscles of the spine.
Eastern Medicine focuses on developing a holistic understanding of the functional organization, interconnections, and most importantly, the relationship between the various energy systems. This will redefine the practical approach to therapy of all energy-based healthcare systems including BodyTalk.
The Metaphysics of Treating
This Metaphysics of Treating course addresses some of the core philosophical concepts that we must be aware of and understand as BodyTalk practitioners. Up to this point in BodyTalk, we have had conversations about space, time, and the principle of observation. Some of our understandings around these principles are what allow us to facilitate distance treatments as well as things like creating delayed formulas for performance.