In Mind, Body, Spirit healing, the Facilitator assists the person to connect with the three major parts of themselves—mind, body (cellular), spirit, and to go back to the inner child, or “child of the inner light.” All things came from light, so internally we are all light, no matter what camouflage (depression, anxiety, panic attacks, anger, shame, guilt, sadness, eating disorders, substance abuse, etc.) we have adopted to keep our “inner child” safe. We ourselves often do not know any of this consciously, but when you learn it, and consciously give this “trilogy” our empowerment to act in our lives, amazing healing occurs. This is true spiritual healing.
How would you define Mind, Body Spirit Transformation? I use the word, heal, because it has a definitive definition for most people. When we use the word healing it implies there is something wrong. I believe transformation is much more. The soul knows its sole purpose for being here is for emotional and spiritual growth—a.k.a. transformation. Transformation to me is evolving and optimizing into our health and into who we really are. I believe that Mind, Body, Spirit transformation is restructuring our energy that has become distorted, misaligned or suppressed. My definition of transformation is evolution beyond just losing some ability and regaining it.
What are we really asking for when we ask for Mind, Body, Spirit Transformation? When we truly ask for Mind, Body, Spirit Transformation, we are asking about the ‘cause,’ of our pain not the symptoms we are experiencing. When I work with someone, I am not treating, I am not giving therapy, I am only conscious of symptoms because the symptoms are clues to what needs to be transformed. Using the unconscious mind the person is guided to create their unique transformation process to ultimately eliminate (heal) the cause of the symptoms.
Discovering the mental, physical, emotional, spiritual aspect of the person’s concerns takes approximately an hour and a half, sometimes two hours. This process can be done in one or two sessions. However, simultaneously there is a ‘transformation’ component. So, when the person leaves the first session the transformation process has begun.
Do you believe that our beliefs create our illnesses? Without blaming, shaming or finding fault, our beliefs definitely form our limitations and on many levels our beliefs can inhibit us from evolving beyond something or creates a way to cope. What we tell (self-talk) ourselves has an impact on our physiology and spirituality. For example: Depression (symptom) is Anger turned against the self. What we need to find is what the Anger is about and resolve or transcend the anger. Once the person transcends the anger about a particular issue–coping through depression is no longer needed.
Generally, people continue to do or think whatever they do or think until they have reached a point of pain they no longer want to endure, thus, they focus on ‘getting rid’ of the pain. Western medicine and pharmaceutical research understands this phenomenon well— together they have diligently focused on the pain and provided magic pills to ease it. Thus, many people are addicted to a ‘quick fix,’ albeit has many adverse side effects.
Transformation comes when we know what thoughts/beliefs create the pain—i.e. an insight into the cause and effect. Once the insight is made, we then need to change the thoughts, behaviors and habits to complete the transformation.
What is the most important thing you would like people to know? Once someone has experienced the Mind, Body Spirit transformational process, it no longer matters what your prior experience has been, except to lead you to what you need to transform or transcend. Within the first session people are amazed at their transformation. Generally people need more than one session to complete a thorough transformation.
We have many bodies that all empathize and work to help one another. The physical is the lowest or most “base” of these bodies, so that when these different bodies have problems that hurt us, they eventually show up in this body. Since all the bodies help each other by drawing attention to some special part of us, we cannot avoid dealing with a problem. The soul directs the attention there by running the “most powerful” emotional experience over and over again – at least vibrationally – so that we will eventually “get it” and look for the original cause…In this the soul reclaiming technique of looking for the damaged “inner child” becomes very important. This is because when we are hurt too badly we sort of “splinter off” or “cocoon” into the child we are at that moment of the most hurt and dis-empowered self. The person we are just continues on doing the best we can to grow and develop. When we become strong enough, the soul urge to become “whole ” again becomes empowered, seeks out the means by which we can “reclaim” this “inner child,” who seeks to help us become whole again.
Dorothy M. Neddermeyer, PhD is an internationally acclaimed author, Certified Hynotherapist, Regressionist, motivational speaker and dynamic workshop facilitator. Dr. Dorothy’s ground-breaking program, Create Your Dynamic Future was one of the first programs to shift the paradigm of mind, body, spirit healing and total health. https://drdorothy.net