Empagenia of the South
Empagenia of the South: Can compassion and empathy heal? Compassion: To suffer with another; recognition of another’s suffering that often activates the desire to help. Empathy: The ability to understand and identify with the feelings and difficulties that another person is experiencing. L. Dossey, MD (2010) "Saying that we are all connected is not an exaggeration." J. Dispenza, DC (2014) According to this author, practicing inner work makes the nervous system more balanced and synchronized. Through a coherent brain and heart (Heart Coherence), the energy from the cosmos organizes itself in the personal energetic field in an increasingly effective way, and can then be used for healing and the creation of new future realities. "Human intentions can directly affect other people ... and lead to their healing." J. Achtenberg, PhD (2013)
Workshop program Anatomy of empagenia and activation of endorphins Preparing the way. Cleansing the mind through Osho’s Sufi meditation. Incubation. Techniques. Eidetic Imagery by Ahter Ahsen, PhD (Pakistan): "Ahsen's technique is capable of revealing unconscious material in the same way that dreams do, while offering the advantage of allowing the person's consciousness and intention to interact with this material. It therefore creates a bridge between the conscious and unconscious levels of the mind" Crampton, 1981. Shared Heart Coherence: When the heart is brought to its ideal state of operation (state of Heart Coherence), which is achieved through the practice of Heart Coherence Techniques, the entire organism is synchronized and balanced. The endocrine, immune and nervous system self-regulate healthily, while the heart and brain synchronise. Distant Intentionality Method of J. Achterberg: Scientific evidence exists for healing through Distant Intentionality (DI). Imagery in Healing: Shamanism and Modern Medicine. Shambhala Publications, 2013. School of Compassion: Learn to read nonverbal signs, identify emotions based on the tone of voice, posture and facial expression, and most importantly, engage in all of this. (Paul Ekman).