Depression, fear, and anxiety are some of the most common and uncomfortable emotions that we all experience at some point in our lives. Nowhere in mental health is breathing more important. Not breathing to enter a trance state, but breathing to enter the moment. Look for a Glimpse of a Still Point & your Breathing Rhythm. Remember that anxiety is like the tide. It ebbs and flows at its own pace, at best guided by the moon. We can not cure anxiety with Urgency.
“The analyst must turn his own unconscious like a receptive organ toward the transmitting unconscious of the patient.” (Freud, 1912),
and it is wisdom for the patient to evetually do the same.
This is a proces- oriented intimacy
Many of us have been overwhelmed by life & love. Feelings and bodily sensations are friendly alert systems. Anxiety, fear, and helplessness are a few emotions that can overwhelm The SELF. When parts of our inner landscape contain fears like walking by a cemetary at night, the Part driven by the Lieutenant in charge of. fear may become seemingly stronger than ThE SELF.
Mindfulness in Psychoanalysis, (influenced by IFS theory developed by Dick Schwartz) can help these nagging sensations and guide you through a process of spiritual growth and healing that is absolutely a tailored, single case, individualized delivery of
Teaching Study Groups,
Experiential Study Groups
Membership in Mindfulness in Psychoanalysis is open to patients, apprentices and students of