Care for Emotional Wounds | 2 min read

Its not what we believe that matters. Its what we see that works matters.

Its not what we believe that matters. Its what we see that works matters. ― Tony Blauer

This powerful quote by a pioneer in his field who continues to show integrity by sticking to the principles of transparency and keeping the ego out of the teaching process accompanies me since a while. It has become a mantra for me that encourages me to keep on advocating methods of emotional stabilization in their purest form. These methods have an image-problem. In the literal sense of the word. They don't look fancy. They are rather unspectacular - they seem to happen just by themselves (which is natural, since it is the normal way the human soul and emotions are supposed to work) - uncomplicated, so simple that they usually trigger the response of "Can this be all?" which is verbalized - with the more unconscious undertone of "Does it not have to be complicated?" - at least we are all conditioned that way.

“True progress quietly and persistently moves along without notice.” ― St. Francis Of Assisi

This is why I would like to draw your attention to this demonstration which took place during a in Medellín, Colombia, in October 2018. We are currently working to provide the full video plus educational material on our platform for free. Sign up to stay in the loop!