What is Psychosomatic Therapy?
Psychosomatic Therapy is the process between the psyche (mind) and soma (the body) that we live in. Bodymind communication exists within us every moment of our life, inside us and our awareness of our reactions outside us. This results in behaviours and attitudes through a lifetime of experience and our interaction with others. The cellular memory created within the body internally, effects the mental emotional and physical structure of the body formation and its actions and reactions, externally.
The release of past redundant and restrictive patterns held in the physical structure by cellular memory in body tissue are replaced by correcting posture, improving body condition, physical shape and the desired psychological attitudes, through experiential practice.
The three keys to the Psychosomatic process are focus, balance and structure. These three keys are the cornerstone of life itself. Each psychosomatic process creates an atmosphere of centering the mind and bringing balance in behaviour which results in improved performance, self confidence and stability.
Through this process the relationship between the language of the bodymind becomes revealed. This ‘language’ through body chemistry, recognises no nationality or doctrine. The soul seeks only to awaken within the human body, feelings of love, compassion and understanding to be experienced as a good healthy life.
How does Psychosomatic Therapy work?
It is body Mind Analysis.
Psychosomatic Therapy is concerned with the analysis of the body mind, and the relationship between the language of Body-mind communication. It is the soul communicating its experience of what it is like to be in a human body.
This “language” through body chemistry, recognises no nationality or doctrine. It only seeks to impart love, compassion and understanding to be experienced as a good healthy life.
Medical science has taken quantum steps to eliminate disease from our lives and to prevent further diseases. Psychosomatic Therapy and Bodymind analysis seeks to bring our awareness to those areas of the body mind where we can eliminate the stress, tension and psychosomatic discomfort before they become disease and also assist medical science in its process of cure, by eliminating the source.
Source: Psychosomatic Therapy College.