Can healing methods be combined?
Autogenics operates on a fundamental principle called “passive concentration”.
Dr. Kai Kermani says, “Passive concentration is the simplest yet most important concept in autogenic training.”
This is a principle, although not so called, often vaguely told to the healing patience and students. In autogenics though this principle is central to the method. So, one of my current protocols calls for an abbreviated autogenic coaching session before and in concert with a method I maybe using. The person in this gets to experience passive concentration. Then when the healing session proper starts, he is ready to do passive concentration in the session.
As Dr. Kermani says the principle is simple and with me it is simply coached. There is a combination breathing and mentally instructing your body to do certain things. This is followed by a simple suggestion. The client is not supposed to do anything except observe and see what is happening in his body.
The client in the best methods just concentrates on observing what is going on in his body, in his mind, and in his spirit. He does not try to make anything happen. He just experiences “passive concentration” in his total awareness.
For example, when I had my first reconnective healing session (under Dr. Eric Pearl system),
I had an unusual observation. I observed that I was smelling green. (No, do not ask me what green smelled like.) if I had been trying to do something like heal, I think I would have missed that observation. Passive observation is critical.
I was not doing the smelling. I was not trying to initiate the smelling. I was observing the smelling. This is the essence of “passive concentration”. This ability to observe is what is gained from experiential autogenic coaching first.
Each session is different and what you observe is different. One person saw and talked to family member that had already passed. Another encountered a host of angles. One saw his life as a child, etc. They did not do this or look for this; they just observed it. Some observed feelings in their body. Others saw visions. Some channel. And more. The key was that it was “passive observation” in the healing session.
The client will right off the bat be passively concentrating on the happenings in the session.
So, with autogenics first the client is not left with a vague direction as to how he is to participate passively in the session. He instead has has practical experiential knowledge of what he is to do in the session, “passive concentration”.
A familiarity with passive concentration makes for a more powerful healing session.
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