Digestive Disorders and BodyTalk

Digestive disorders include Heartburn, Gastritis, Stomach Ulcers, Diverticulitis, Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis, Chronic Constipation, and Diarrhea.

The digestive system stores neuropeptides – the same molecules that make up your brain – except
we have 10 times more neuropeptides in the body than in the brain!
By using a technique called Active Memory, BodyTalk is especially successful at retrieving and neutralizing the thoughts and emotions
stored in the tissues including the gut that have become pathologies. The consciousness of the large intestine relates to the idea of
letting go of the past, e.g., old resentments, trauma, or former relationships.
Environmental factors can affect the internal chemistry of your digestive system.
Stress relating to your boss, mother, son, or husband can directly affect the intestinal lining of your digestive tract, minimizing the absorption of vital nutrients.

BodyTalk assists the body to produce its own digestive enzymes and regulate its stomach acids in order to assimilate foods within the small intestine that previously caused harm
or discomfort

BodyTalk is a holistic form of therapy that recognizes the interrelationships within the body/mind and works to achieve balance and healthy communication among all body
systems

“All disease has emotional, psychological, spiritual, nutritional, and physical dimensions, each of which plays a distinct role.”
– Christiane Northrup, M.D.

BodyTalk is Whole Healthcare:

The BodyTalk System is designed to address the “whole person”. This means that no aspect of the human experience can be overlooked, whether it is emotional, physical or environmental.
BodyTalk was developed as a whole-healthcare system that supports and promotes the wellbeing of any person, animal, or plant.
As WholeHealthcare, BodyTalk understands the profound influence the psychology of the body has on our health. Instead of focusing on the symptom,
BodyTalk finds the underlying causes of illness by addressing the whole-person and their unique-story

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Level 1 RPT: Healing That Works What is it? How does it Clear Trauma Forever?

Level 1 RPT: Healing That Works

The RPT courses are for:

Experienced therapists who want to integrate these extraordinary tools into their existing practice;

People who want to become a therapist or learn simple techniques to help others (friends, children, etc);

Ordinary people just like you who want to improve their own life with these tools (without needing someone else’s help to change).

The Level 1 RPT course introduces you to a radical concept: Healing That (actually) Works! There are two types of healing techniques or therapies: a “bypass” (a shortcut to get a temporary result) and a permanent change. Almost every single therapy that exists is a bypass. That’s why you feel good for a while but the results don’t last forever. RPT is designed from the bottom up to yield permanent results – that’s why we teach all the tools right in the Level 1 course.

There are two fundamental tools in RPT which must be used together to get a permanent change. These are:

* removing the sabotage or secondary gains of a problem;

* identifying and removing the underlying cause of a problem.

The unique strength of RPT is that we solved these two fundamental problems. We can quickly teach you how to dissolve sabotage and find the root cause of a problem. And yes, we do all of this within our Level 1 Course. That’s why we call Level 1 “Healing That Works.”

For the first time, it will!

The full course contents includes:

The different mind centres (extended Triune Brain Model)

How to bring the minds into oneness or “coherence”

How to feel empathy for your client or another person and know their emotional state (the “pretending technique”)

How and why trauma is stored in the body;

How to quickly release trauma from the body without re-living it (the Triune Brain Method and acknowledgement Process)

Why trauma happens and how to prevent it (the Missing Resource model)

The difference between a permanent change and a bypass

How to restore missing parts of the self (feelings, skills, insights) in order to make permanent change and prevent recurrence of trauma (the Extended Triune Brain Model for Restoring Resources)

Secondary Gains – how and why people have hidden benefits from their symptoms and how to remove these (the de-armouring process);

Self-sabotage behaviour – why people act against their own best interests and how to eliminate this (the Sabotage structure

A simple process of Manifestation (attracting more of what you want into your life)

At least two full practice opportunities so that you can experience permanent changes within yourself and practice helping another person.

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Migraines and BodyTalk

Severe, periodic headaches that affect one side of the head or both.
The causes of migraines are complex, varying for each client. Often, several factors have accumulated and compounded over the years.
Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine, BodyTalk looks at migraines in terms of energy. Because all the acupuncture meridians simultaneously move upwards towards the head, when this energy becomes stagnant in the head, clients feel enormous pressure there. They won’t want to be touched, they may experience nausea, and lights or sounds can be disturbing.
The main factor in migraines is stress or trauma, which block lines of communication within the body.
BodyTalk addresses this factor by restoring the communication.
Other common
factors in migraines are:
• Food Intolerances
• Hormonal Imbalances
• Menstrual Issues
• Emotions
• Memories with some emotional charge
BodyTalk takes all the factors into consideration.
It is truly a holistic modality that recognizes the interdependence of all systems within the body/mind.
The BodyTalk System is designed to address the “whole person”. This means that no aspect of the human experience can be overlooked, whether it is emotional, physical or environmental.
BodyTalk was developed as a whole-healthcare system that supports and promotes the well-being of any person, animal, or plant.
As WholeHealthcare, BodyTalk understands the profound influence the psychology of the body has on our health. Instead of focusing on the symptom,
BodyTalk finds the underlying causes of illness by addressing the whole-person and their unique-story
HOW DO WE TREAT HEADACHES IN BODYTALK?
In BodyTalk we ask the Innate Wisdom of the body, the Individual part of the all pervasive Consciousness to lead us to what we need to address and in what way.
This said, these are just a few of the hundreds possibilities of the causes and the links that your Innate Wisdom (IW as an abbreviation) may choose to treat your headaches, often in the context of a wider and more complex session:
You may have a food intolerance and this can be addressed with the Body Chemistry Technique
The hormones may be imbalanced and we may need to work on the endocrine glands at a physical or emotional level for instance repairing an energetic link between two glands so they can exchange information, or removing an excess emotion of fear or anger from an endocrine gland
Emotional issues can be addressed with the Active Memory Technique to remove the emotional charge from traumas or with the BodyGenics Technique to remove excess emotions
A person or a situation may be getting to you energetically and causing the headaches. In this case the General Environment Technique can address this issue
These are just a few of the hundreds of causes of your issues and the way they can be addressed with BodyTalk. Your cause and solution may be among the ones above or not.
Every issue, every person and every session is unique and BodyTalk offers unique and fully personalized solutions tailored to your issue and its causes.
There is no “one solutions fits all” and that is the beauty and elegance and real holistic nature of BodyTalk that is usually not found in most other therapies
You are an unique individual with an equally unique story that needs to be understood and addressed to heal and thrive.
In BodyTalk we respect and honor your story and that is at the basis of our philosophy and our sessions.
Although the causes and solutions above can give an idea of what can happen in a session we don’t have a “one size fits all” treatment and we don’t make assumptions on how one issue should be treated.
In a session I ask the deeper part of you that knows best what to do to come back to health and balance,I ask your Innate Wisdom what needs to be brought up to conscious awareness to be treated
Have a personalized treatment today, experience personalized consciousness based whole healthcare. Contact me on Skype (anto75uk) for a Free Consultation on your issues and discover how BodyTalk can help you!

“Yogic Beingness: Why RPT is Yoga” (by Ben Ralston)

from :http://www.referencepointtherapy.com/blog/2010/03/yogic-beingness/

This wonderful article was written by RPT Teacher Ben Ralston, of the international Prem Center, in Slovenia. Ben, an Englishman, runs yoga retreats for international audiences, and is available for both yoga and RPT classes and sessions throughout Europe.

Ben continues our series on Beingness with this wonderful explanation of where Beingness fits within the Yogic tradition.

By Ben Ralston:

According to Yogic philosophy, the essence of a human being is ”Satchitananda”, meaning absolute existence, absolute knowledge, and absolute bliss.

In RPT terms this is what we call “the diamond”: perfect being-ness. When we drop all of our blockages, we shine as Satchitananda. [Editor’s note – the diamond metaphor is a teaching tool used in class. Simon will cover this in a blog article soon.]

To understand Satchitananda we break the word down into its component parts:

SAT – Absolute existence: means non-relative being. In other words, without beginning and without end; timeless; limitless; ubiquitous Being. It means I AM, and further, that there can be no ‘I am NOT’. Furthermore, it means that anything that follows the I AM (I am so and so, I am a builder, I am a man/woman, etc) is not true. Absolute existence means absolute truth, or truth that is not relative.

CHIT – Absolute knowledge: The Upanishads declare that all knowledge is in the self; that in fact, knowledge itself is the self. In fact, Vedanta literally translates as “the end of knowledge”.

To use the analogy of a radio transmitter: When you tune into the radio, the information which you hear is not in the antenna, or the radio itself, but all around you already, even before you tuned in, as radio waves – a form of energy. Similarly, all knowledge is energy, and can be tuned into – (this is called intuition) – if we know how. Since we are limitless beings, and made of pure consciousness, that knowledge is part of our own self – within.

ANANDA – Absolute bliss: bliss is a feeling of perfection, perfect happiness – that everything is just as it should be. It encompasses total joy, security, and contentment. You could say that it is the emotional state of the divine, although bliss is not an emotion, it is beyond emotion.

Taken together, these 3 qualities, which the yogic scriptures declare to be the essence of a human being, imply pure LOVE. When you experience yourself as omnipresent, omniscient bliss, what else is there to feel but love? This is the highest consciousness.

When this consciousness is experienced whilst maintaining an awareness of the individual self, it can be called Beingness.

This state can be experienced for just a second or two (for example whilst taking a deep breath and acknowledging) or it can be maintained for longer periods of time.

However, in the average person the subconscious vibrations, beliefs, and associations that are caused by trauma – either inherited or otherwise, obscure this state of perfection.

In yoga this obscuration is described as: the pure, or higher self (the experience of satchitananda) being conditioned by the mind (the small self, ego). When the pure self is unconditioned by the mind, it shines through as the experience of satchitananda. This, again, is the diamond – unobscured by the rock / dirt of trauma. This is freedom.

The word Yoga translates as Union. Another word for union might be coherence or cohesion. Specifically the word yoga refers to the union of the various aspects of ourselves.

In RPT (especially Level 3) we focus on the coherence of our minds – brain, heart, body, and so on. This relates to the enlightenment research from the Institute of Peak States (who call them ‘brains’ rather than minds or centers of awareness). Even calling them minds is to me a bit misleading. I ‘feel’ them as centers of awareness. It is the union of these centers that is a key goal of yoga, Reference Point Therapy and (I believe) Peak States of Consciousness.

Another way to put it is this:

The classical definition of (what is the process of) yoga is: YOGAS CHITTA VRITTI NIRODAHA, which means “yoga is the cessation of the modifications of the mind”. In other words, when the mind stops modifying our experience of reality we enter into the state of being that can be called yoga (union / cohesion) – or Beingness!

This is essentially the goal of RPT – to acknowledge and Be with our experiences (traumatic or otherwise), so the mind stops modifying them. Disease and dysfunction is, ultimately, just the symptom of what we avoid acknowledging.

The word Satsang literally means ‘in the company of truth’. Satsang is said to be one of the fastest ways to enlightenment. It means to be with someone who is already on a higher level of consciousness. When you are in that person’s company, their PRESENCE, their Beingness, is said to automatically raise your own consciousness.

This gives rise to emphasis, in Eastern traditions, on finding a Guru. The word Guru comes from ‘Ru’ – to lead / dispel – and ‘Gu’ – from darkness. A Guru is one who leads us out from the darkness, or dispels that darkness.

To me, RPT is the very process of removing subconscious blockages by making them conscious – or removing darkness by shining the light of awareness. And the higher the consciousness of the therapist (even if only for a moment whilst taking a deep breath) the more effective the therapy.

So you see, for me, RPT is yoga!

From Ben’s comments on the page in 2010:

“I did all three RPT courses less than 5 months ago, and witnessed a HUGE shift in my awareness. Am I enlightened yet – no. I am very much closer “uninterruptible and undisturbable sense of being”, Many things which disturbed my sense of peace and joy now bounce off me like the ‘proverbial’ water off a ducks back. AND, I witness day after day my clients reaching new levels of awareness, permanently. It really is that good

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