This is a self-help book about using essential oils to shift the subconscious generational programming that is at the root of many illnesses. Essential oils help reprogram incorrect perceptions that have been passed on through generations. The emotions that trigger symptoms of disharmony in the mental, emotional, and physical body seldom, if ever, originate with us; rather, they have a familial origin. Essential oils have aromatic properties that can assist the body in releasing the emotions of old traumas. The olfactory system is anatomically connected to the limbic system of the brain, contributing to the function of long-term memory, emotions, the autonomic nervous system, hormones, blood pressure, heart rate, and attention. Emotions are triggered by smell or aroma. This manual is designed to allow you to quickly find the essential oil that will deal with the emotion(s) at the root of the symptoms being expressed. You will learn of the author's journey in self-help healing and about the benefits of essential oils in dealing with stress. You will also find the following useful information: Single oils and blend oils in alphabetic order with their healing affirmations A list of the top four emotions addressed with each oil Complementary oils and oils that will blend with them Classification of essential oils for making personal blends. You will learn two ways to use essential oils to relieve symptoms that may have a generational origin: how to use the oils to reprogram generational emotions that are at the root of the symptoms being expressed, and how to make a personal blend that will support the reprogramming. The information in this book isn't to replace any medical treatments, but to assist the body in letting go of stress that underlies many illnesses and stressors today.
Yes, but what do I do with that client?" That is a question Dr. Wayne Perry often hears as he works with beginning counselors or therapists. It is the question Basic Counseling Techniques seeks to answer. Born out of Dr. Perrys more than twenty-years experience training marriage and family therapists and pastoral counselors, this book skips the theory and goes right for the practical application. Students in counseling or therapy training programs will find Basic Counseling Techniques an essential part of their studies. This textbook gives the basic steps to actually applying nine different sets of clinical tools, and guidelines for selecting the appropriate tool for the appropriate clinical situation. That makes this textbook unique in the field. Another unique feature is this textbooks practical suggestions for setting up the therapy room, using audio-visual recording equipment, and making covert interactions overt. Each of the fifteen chapters concludes with a "Living Into the Lesson" section to give the reader experiential exercises to apply that chapters skills. Training program directors will find this book invaluable for students who will soon begin their practicum. Beginning therapists, both interns and recent graduates, will find it irreplaceable in building their own professional "toolkit."
Mapping Generations of Traumatic Memory in American Narratives
This volume collects work by several European, North American, and Australian academics who are interested in examining the performance and transmission of post-traumatic memory in the contemporary United States. The contributors depart from the interpretation of trauma as a unique exceptional event that shatters all systems of representation, as seen in the writing of early trauma theorists like Cathy Caruth, Shoshana Felman, and Dominick LaCapra. Rather, the chapters in this collection are in conversation with more recent readings of trauma such as Michael Rothberg’s “multidirectional memory” (2009), the role of mediation and remediation in the dynamics of cultural memory (Astrid Erll, 2012; Aleida Assman, 2011), and Stef Craps’ focus on “postcolonial witnessing” and its cross-cultural dimension (2013). The corpus of post-traumatic narratives under discussion includes fiction, diaries, memoirs, films, visual narratives, and oral testimonies. A complicated dialogue between various and sometimes conflicting narratives is thus generated and examined along four main lines in this volume: trauma in the context of “multidirectional memory”; the representation of trauma in autobiographical texts; the dynamic of public forms of national commemoration; and the problematic instantiation of 9/11 as a traumatic landmark.
Multi-generational Family Therapy reveals the limits of the medical model in treating mental and relational problems. It instead provides a toolkit for therapists, observing family functioning over at least three generations to explore the developmental history of the family in order to discover links between past trauma and broken emotional bonds, and current problems experienced by family members. Maurizio Andolfi honours the voices of children in therapy and enlists them as the key to unlocking unresolved family issues. The book provides an experiential model of intervention that centres on creativity and humanity as the best way to build an alliance and work with a family in crisis. Demonstrating with case examples, Andolfi outlines the relational skills and inner self of the therapist, focusing on the ability to be direct, authentic and emphatic. The use of relational questioning, silence, body language, physical contact and movement in therapy are explored in depth. Multi-generational Family Therapy will be of interest to anyone working with individuals, couples and families including child, adolescent and adult psychotherapists, psychiatrists, psychologists and counsellors. It will also prove useful to private practitioners, social workers, doctors, paediatricians and educators
1. Dual Purpose: A. Quantum Field directed approach to eliminated Mycoplasma energy signals. B. To provide a non-drug and non-invasive approach to emotional issues with significant and sustainable results with the intent to prevent emotional roots from manifesting into physical conditions. 2. Problem: The term "unhappiness" is used generally to express a perspective about issues that one is not successfully resolving on their own and is seeking help. I have cited studies specifically about Americans because their numbers of unhappiness seem to be climbing as well as their dissatisfaction with conventional methods used to resolve issues of unhappiness. There are not enough successful treatments or approaches with satisfactory outcomes which last. 3. Candidate Selection: Our intake forms attempt to assess who would be the most likely candidate to benefit from this new non-invasive approach to changing emotional identity. So far, we have not found a disqualifier and are still tracking which traits more closely correlate with a more successful result. Candidates that are religious, non-religious, spiritual or with the belief of no belief may participate. The practitioner does not have to communicate with the exception of simple directions of "speak," "stop speaking" and "put your hand on the handset." I personally try to help the candidate phase what they say so that they more quickly elicit emotion from a core issue (I call it breaching the hull). I try to communicate from the candidates' belief position. Please see Glossary for more information on specific terminology. 4. Tables: Table of emotions that we are tracking. So far, there is not an emotion that would be disqualified. The topic, "overwhelmed" is disqualified because it overwhelmed the practitioner. Although there was a release, it took 30 voice maps. Table of zones to explain what each of the 12 means and what they may originate from. This may help one decide if their issues are specifically individual for a single EVOX session or more general with generational influence to warrant a transgenerational series of sessions. 5. Technique: Emotional Electrical Field Impact based on Zyto EVOX. Here was an attempt to explain what the technique is and how it is working. We recognized that we do not completely understand how it is working and the possibility that we never will exists. There may be things we can't or are not meant to understand. The successful outcomes have outweighed our mandate to figure it out how it works. 6. Results: Observations of 10 case studies. Ordinary people that are reporting subtle changes in their perspective that have had some had some extraordinary outcomes. I prefer that someone who is thinking about participating NOT read these accounts to avoid any bias. 7. Conclusion: My opinion is that electromagnetic biocommunication of the EVOX may remove, change or alter destructive vibrational frequencies. When an individual is voice mapping the emotion intensity increases and then decreases in a series sufficient to cause a release response (computer calculated and indicated).