Self-Awareness Therapy – An Explanation

Self-Awareness Therapy

Self-Awareness Therapy is based upon the premise that the core of you, the Self, the essence of you is pure, perfect and pristine. It is untouched by the experiences of life. It is free of distractions, pain, depression, anger, fear, ignorance, greed, unworthiness and all the other limitations a human being is prone to. The Self is not affected by the ups and downs of life. The Self is beyond any concept of happiness or sadness. The Self is immortal and infinite. Self-Awareness Therapy helps you to experience and feel this True Self and to dissolve the limitations that you have been struggling with.

Self-Awareness Therapy is a merging of modern science and ancient wisdom. It is practical and based upon many years of experience and research.

The Self, referenced in the term Self-Awareness refers to the Infinite Self, the Soul, not the human personality or ego. Self-Awareness Therapy has nothing to do with selfishness or egocentricity. The results of Self-Awareness Therapy include increased compassion, empathy and improved interpersonal relationship skills. Other results of Self-Awareness Therapy may include:

  • Inner Peace
  • Happiness
  • Calmness
  • Creativity
  • Access to innovative ideas
  • Acute awareness of one’s inner and outer world
  • Balanced outlook on life
  • Healthy lifestyle
  • Improved coping skills
  • Being non-judgmental
  • Improved self-image
  • Self-awareness
  • Improved decision making
  • Reduced stress and stress related disorders
  • Improved relationships

Of course, the success of Self-Awareness Therapy relies a great deal upon your efforts. Those who put the suggestions and exercises into their regular daily routine will have a far better chance of success with this therapy. Self-Awareness Therapy provides you with the tools required to make the changes and adjustments necessary to heal and get beyond past issues and limitations so that long term therapy is not required.

Self-Awareness Therapy is a spiritual psychotherapy but not religious in any way. Most people, even those from various religious traditions, can feel comfortable with Self-Awareness Therapy and can use their own terminology if desired.

Self-Awareness Therapy is especially effective for;

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Certain phobias
  • Self-esteem issues
  • Addictions
  • Fear
  • Anger
  • Intuition development
  • Innovative thinking
  • Improving management skills
  • Increasing empathy and interaction skills

Self-Awareness Therapy sessions are usually conducted via video conferencing but in person sessions can be arranged. Workshops and seminars can also be organized for any size of group if you wish.

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