As Guided Self Healing is an inclusive, integral, psycho-spiritual framework, each of these papers addresses and elucidates aspects of this model to further and deepen your understanding of the work. The first group of papers is about working with the experience of trauma. The second group, focusing on the Enneagram, is about how to work with the universal trauma that is foundational to experience, the trauma that results from our sense of separation from Source and the resulting sense of limitation.
Papers with an asterisk include case studies.
In this paper, we give a brief overview of the psycho-spiritual and energetic foundations of the work and the implications for how we can create an applied integral healing framework. Then, a simple description of the protocol that follows from this is presented.
In this paper, we explore a deeper and more efficient way to do therapeutic healing by including the body. We describe 1) how to help therapist and clients to be more present, 2) how to understand consciousness as revealed through body sensation, and 3) how to work with this consciousness.
In this paper we present an inclusive healing model that incorporates the literal, the symbolic/metaphoric/archetypal, the metaphysical/spiritual, and the collective/unity-consciousness/Source levels. We then consider the implications of applying this framework to therapeutic healing by naming four constants to keep in your awareness when working in this process. Two case examples are presented that illustrate the approach.
In this paper we present just how powerful any story and particularly collective story can be.
In this paper, the author describes her way of understanding and releasing the grudge. The GSH Grudge Pattern incorporates and elaborates on the work
In this paper, the author, a GSH trainer, describes her own experience with and personal balancing of this pattern.
In this paper, the author describes her own original research on the universal consequences of loss and violence traumas and how to work with them.
In this paper the author elaborates in great detail on this trauma of omission. She spells out one possible variation of the many patterns that can organize around the GSH Neglect Pattern (metapatterns) and how to balance the trauma.
In this paper, the author describes one variation of the GSH Deathwish Pattern, a death too traumatic to integrate and the GSH approach to balancing this trauma.
In this paper we elucidate all of the reasons (opening to broader possibility and appropriate practices, corroborating client’s reality) it is useful in clinical practice to consider non-material phenomena and trauma associated with them.
In this paper, we more completely define the term “non-material realms” and give case examples which describe the phenomena and how to work with them.
In this paper, the author describes a healing process where the healer aligns with the highest Source energy and the dense energy of the traumatized client and uses the body as a vehicle of helping the transformation of the lower vibration to the higher. How to distinguish the healer’s own dense energy from that of the client is also elaborated.
In this paper, the authors elucidate how all material level traumas have the same structure as the Embodiment Trauma. They delineate the core fears that arise from the Embodiment Trauma and how to balance them using the Essence Process.
In this paper, we present a model, based on the Enneagram, that suggests that who we think we are , our personality, is in fact also partly an illusion that we construct in order not to experience a fear that we are limited. Becoming aware of, allowing, and accepting this fear, which we facilitate using the GSH Essence Process, is a beginning of the path to greater compassion, freedom, and true presence.
In this paper, we present a model, based on the Enneagram, that suggests that who we think we are , our deepest perceptual modes (centers) and our deepest instinctual drives (subtypes), are ways of being that we construct as being essential so that we do not experience a fear that we are limited. Becoming aware of, allowing, and accepting this fear, which we facilitate using the GSH Essence Process, is a beginning of the path to greater compassion, freedom, and true presence.
In this paper, we describe three directions of the loss of self, forward in longing, backward in fear, up and out in self-forgetting, and we apply it to the Enneagram at the level of personality, center and subtype. This is a simple and elegant way of teaching the Enneagram and revealing the spiritual path of each of the twenty-seven Enneatypes.
In this paper, we incorporate the sacred geometries of the numbers three and seven as based on the mystical Enneagram to create a comprehensive evolutionary model.