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Bioenergetic Analysis Tag

 What does it mean to “get into your body” in body psychotherapy? Here are a few of the many ways to do so: Standing vs. sitting on the therapist’s couch Tuning into how well you’re breathing The grounding pose Stress exercises like the bow Pounding exercises ...

Sometimes there are no words, just a feeling That’s because the communications of the body are your original mother tongue. Before you spoke using words, you communicated via eye contact, facial expression, tone of voice, posture, gesture, intensity and timing. The truth is, you still communicate in these...

Criticizing from the point of view of a dogma is the sign of a closed mind. Do you have a closed mind? Dogma: An unyielding set of rules established by an authority outside you. Whose rules do you follow? Can you question the authorities you’ve decided to...

Ok, I know I’m tooting my own horn with a title like that, but what I really want to do is tell you about something more important than whether I think Bioenergetics is the best kind of therapy. I read a quote recently that I want to...

"Bioenergetics is an adventure in self-discovery." Like most therapy, bioenergetic practices can help you discover more about yourself on a deep level. Why bother with self-discovery? Because when you do it, you begin to steer the ship of your life more intentionally. You get what you want...

Sometimes there are no words, just a feeling. You know what a "location joke" is? The kind where you "had to be there" to get it...

Deep Change is Much More Than Finding a Comfortable Role or Playing Better Games Going to therapy to get better at playing the role of good husband, good wife, bread winner, hard worker, good student, bad boy, doting mother, martyr, or anything else will not make your life...

Your ego is your individual interface with the world. It resides not only in your mind, but is experienced by you and revealed to the world in your body. To achieve the goals you set for yourself, you will need to expand the flexibility of...

What is body-centered psychotherapy, you ask? First off, it’s really weird. I’m not going to lie....

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