The Power of Active Imagination

As a Yoga therapist, I've always been fascinated by the transformative power of active imagination in the therapeutic process. This method, developed by Carl Jung, serves as a bridge between the conscious and unconscious mind, facilitating a dialogue around an image, theme, or cluster of ideas to gain deeper insights from the unconscious, this can... Continue Reading →

Grief and the Ckakra System as a Holistic Framework First Chakra (Part 2)- Muladhara

PELVIC PLEXUSConscious DomainSense of Smell\ Possessiveness\ Fear The feelings, perceptions, and bodily mechanisms associated with survival become particularly pronounced when we experience the death of a loved one. This can manifest as a deep, instinctual fear that challenges our ability to continue living in the absence of the deceased. This fear can trigger what is... Continue Reading →

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