What is Transpersonal Therapy?
Transpersonal Therapy consists of a series of techniques that uses trance and hypnosis to unleash blocked energy patterns, with the help of deep imagination through symbols metaphors and archetypes, either in pursuit of a spiritual experience, or in a psychotherapeutic setting.
The three levels of consciousness recognized in Transpersonal Therapy include:
- The conscious mind, which represents the thoughts and feelings a person is aware of having
- The subconscious mind, which represents emotions, (restrictive) habits, and instincts a person is unaware of having, as well as undeveloped talents and untransformed encapsulated issues
- The superconscious mind, also called the transpersonal realm, consisting of the archetypical realm, the spirit, soul, or higher self of a person, containing patterns for transformation for how that person wants to think or act in the world
Transpersonal Therapy honors the holistic principle that a person’s illness or condition reflects a deeper emotionally charged issue. Challenges (whether of mind, body, or spirit) do not manifest randomly, but when weakened through emotional, psychological or spiritual stresses. Transpersonal Therapy helps to uncover the source of the challenge, in the current life (rooted in a tragic or traumatic event or series of events or in a suppressed or unresolved childhood or prenatal experience), family history or past life experiences.
The healing effects of Transpersonal Therapy are frequently dramatic and often exceed expectations.
How can Transpersonal Therapy help?
Transpersonal therapy claims to re-programme patterns of behaviour within the mind, such as:
- Fears or phobias that have no recognized cause
- Intimacy issues
- General and family relationship issues
- Feelings of guilt and shame that seem to have no explanation.
- Anxiety Issues
- Negative thoughts, depression
- Suppressed emotions
- Traumatic experiences (PTSS)
- Coping with death and loss
- Fertility problems
- Kundalini crisis
- Shadows in family history
What therapeutic methods are used?
- (Regression) Hypnotherapy
- Family constellations
- Transpersonal Ritual
- Deep Imagination
- Transpersonal Meditation
What are the results?
Results of regression therapy, like most other forms of psychotherapy, can be distinguished in:
- Somatic results: disappearing of psychosomatic complaints like low energy, tensions, hypersensitivities and symptoms without medical explanation.
- Emotional results: inner calm, self-acceptance and self-confidence, restored empathy and positive emotions and expression of emotions.
- Mental results: clarity, mindfulness, self-knowledge, understanding people, liberation of limiting beliefs.
- Spiritual results: Installing a mental thoughtform that facilitates (trans)personal reflection and induces personal growth, meaning and mission in life.
Ina Cüsters-van Bergen is a qualified hypnotherapist with a solid healthcare background, with a training in psychotherapy theory and practice. She belongs to a professional organization, the CAT (Collectief Alternatieve Therapeuten), located in the Netherlands.
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