Every year around the holiday season, many people are thinking about their families. While some will say they could not have wished for a better family, which is a tremendous gift, there are also many others who have not had such an easy time at home and growing up.
Troubled relationships, remaining childhood issues, deeply rooted traumas, undesirable repeating patterns, problems that can even cross generations and present day familial strains can bring many adolescents and adults ongoing frustrations and suffering, even after years or decades of significant efforts to find peace and freedom from the past.
True healing is possible no matter what has happened, how much time has passed or how seemingly stubborn the wounds have been. Correct work with the conscious and unconscious mind provides fast, gentle and powerful results.
On the other side awaits freedom from inner bondage, access to the greatest life changing lessons available from all our experiences, massive personal transformation and the ability to flourish in the lives we were truly born to live.
In practices and paths around the world, going beyond the appearance of division and meeting instead at a place of oneness is a core value and goal.
One of the fundamental presuppositions of NLP is respect for the other person’s model of the world. This is vital in giving overall respect to others, as a practice in honoring others and as a facilitator in sharing compassion. It is also important in being able to help other people by meeting them exactly where they are.