My life has been changed by experiencing, studying and training in Trilotherapy over the last few years. I have grown in my own personal quest for inner balance and confidence and I have expanded my work as a coach and mentor to integrate the unique Trilotherapy approach to seeking a harmony of Mind and Heart.
In my 12-session package Create your Intentional Life Path, I combine Life Coaching and Trilotherapy to empower you to explore and clarify where you want your life and your relationships to be in the years ahead.
Below is a brief overview of the Trilotherapy approach excerpted from the website www.trilotherapy.com.
Developed by Zen Master Nissim Amon, Trilotherapy is a therapeutic method that creates inner balance which helps us integrate our personality. This was born out of using basic Zen Buddhist training methods combined with western psychology techniques, similar to those found in Gestalt.
Trilotherapy is based on the fundamental understanding that the source of discomfort and suffering we experience in life comes from within, rather than from outside influences.
Inside each and every individual two different approaches to reality coexist, that of the rational/logical which we experience as thoughts and we call the Mind, and the emotional which expresses itself through feelings that come from the Heart. At some point in our lives, the tension between what had to be done (according to Mind) and what we really felt like doing, led to inner conflict. At that point we lost the inner harmony between these two parts of our- selves and the split began. The wider the separation of these two parts from each other, the greater the discomfort we feel in our lives.
Trilotherapy tells us to look at our own Mind and Emotions as our two inner children who more often than not don’t get along together. They fight a lot because they want different things and one of them always insists on dominating the other, a situation that worsens when the parent is absent.
The more energy and resources one invests in the struggle between Mind and Emotion, the less energy one has for accomplishing one’s goals in life.
Trilotherapy is unique and extremely efficient. It is not the therapist who does the work but the individual who is asked to actively partake in the understanding of their own psychological makeup. Those who follow the instructions will benefit from quick and long lasting results.
Heaven and Hell are not somewhere up in the sky or underground; they are states of mind. Rather than constantly complaining about the world, we have to take responsibility for our personal suffering and make a decision to change. If you believe the voice in your head, you will find yourself in an isolated world, far away from reality. (Nissim Amon)