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Being in drawing movement




Lida Floor

The drawing movement method is aimed at developing insight into one´s own functioning, improving the quality of life and accepting that which cannot be altered. Visual materials and movement are used to initiate internal processes. The body, emotions, thoughts and images play an important role in these processes. DMM is a form of guided self-research, applicable both within a therapeutic setting and within the framework of coaching and process guidance, for example in the field of education, work and human relations. Because of the universal character of the exercises, DMM can be applicable in ever-changing forms, for many target groups, both in a group setting and individually. The method consists of twenty-nine drawing movement exercises with an endless amount of variations, each of which with its specific goal and routine. The exercises are aimed at developing awareness of the body and breath, strengthening concentration and non-judgmental self-reflection, interpersonal skills and dealing with emotions and crises. The exercises focus on the experience in the here and now. From the domain of art therapy, we see a hiatus in what is currently offered in the fields of experience and energy-based work. With DMM, we think we can complement various forms of behavioral therapy, amongst which are Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Mindfulness-training. In both of these methods, the here and now plays a key role. In view of these developments in methodical working within health care, we consider it useful to enable colleagues to apply the method that we have developed in the past years.

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Illusions




Ingeborg Bosch

'Nobody really cares about me' 'When I can, I avoid confrontations' 'I do everything, just to be liked' 'In the end, it's never good enough' 'Occasionally I want to smash anything and everything' Strong emotions and negative thoughts can rule our lives if we don't know where they originate from, how we can handle them or how we can liberate ourselves from them. This can result in mere survival, avoidance, anxiety and a life full of conflict. This is unnecessary, since many of these feelings and thoughts are based on illusions that we developed as children to suppress painful feelings. Whilst these subconscious survival mechanisms are very useful for us as children, they can have a destructive impact on our adult life. In this sequel to Rediscovering the true Self, Ingeborg Bosch touchingly describes how these illusions can make life more difficult and more painful than it needs to be. Using clear examples, Bosch explains how we can overcome this illusory suffering. She gives us the key to escape the labyrinth of these sometimes overwhelming and incomprehensible feelings and thoughts, and she brings us a step closer to emotional harmony. Ingeborg Bosch (1960) has developed the hugely successful therapy, Past Reality Integration (PRI). PRI offers an alternative life strategy, one that helps us to see the world as more open and enjoy life more fully. As well as Illusions and Rediscovering the true Self, Ingeborg Bosch has written The Innocent Prisoner, about raising children, PRI: 3 Steps to Mastering the Art of Conscious Living, a self-help book, and Our Love, a book about relationships. www.pastrealityintegration.com

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