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PSYCHOLOGIA ZORIENTOWANA NA PROCES

  • The origins and development of POP
    Process Oriented Psychology, also known as Process Psychology or Process Work. POP, translated from Process Work or Process Oriented Psychology .. Dr. Arnold Mindell, a Jungian physicist and analyst, created this field of psychotherapy in the 1970s. Since then, his method has been developing more rapidly, also with the help of the international community of processworkers (psychotherapists, mediators and facilitators working with the process), which is involved in his work all over the world and in various research. Now Process Psychology is one of the most dynamically developing psychotherapeutic methods, e.g. in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia, Greece, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, England and Ireland, but also in the United States, Canada , Japan, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. One of Mindell's goals is to work with every human experience and with every person, no matter what corner of the world he comes from. Working with the process extends the general application of psychotherapy as well as working with individual clients, relationships, couples, families and groups to work with the world. Psychotherapists also work with problems, conflicts and traumas, with dreams, with physical symptoms and diseases, with addictions, with different and extreme states of consciousness, with people close to death and in coma, also with peak and spiritual experiences, with artists, musicians and actors, with politicians, companies and organizations, and with marginalized groups such as LGBTQ people, with the homeless and with ethnic minorities.
  • Assumptions
    Process work is a humanistic and transpersonal approach and its roots go deep into ancient philosophical concepts such as Taoism and shamanism, using the wisdom of indigenous cultures, but also the psychology of C.G. Jung, in quantum physics and in the theory of communication and information. One of the assumptions of Process Psychology is that everything that happens makes sense. Problems not only interfere with our lives, but also bring us information and even contain their solutions. Problems are pushing us in a certain direction. If we open up to their unknown and mysterious aspects and go a little in the direction they show us, we can discover their messages. Instead of feeling like a victim of our problems, we can take advantage of them to improve the quality of our lives and our relationships. In Process Psychology, you learn to follow your experiences with openness and curiosity and develop them with mindfulness and respect until you understand their meaning and the message they convey to you. The therapist supports you in this and follows you and your process.
  • What is the process?
    Process is the force that flows under all your experiences and that moves you and your whole world. The process is like a wind in sails that pushes your boat in a certain direction. You can feel it as a current that guides you. Maybe you know that sometimes you feel that you are in the right place at the right time? Then you are swimming in the middle of the process river. Relationships and things are going well, you act without much effort and you are going in the right direction for you. When you follow the process, with your deep nature, you can feel joy, peace and a sense of meaning. Sometimes, however, life cooks up turbulence, surprises and challenges for us, and our process blows in a direction where we don't necessarily intend to go. We tend to ignore and dismiss various events and parts of us that we don't want or dislike. This often happens unconsciously and we fail to notice that we are losing touch with ourselves and our process. If you find yourself in a situation where problems are bothering you and things are not going your way, the process is knocking on your door. Relationship conflicts, problems at work, dreams and diseases are the guideposts that show you the direction of your heart path again. They also remind you of a deeper process that runs in the background and comes through you. Working with a process helps you connect with and follow your process. Becoming aware of your process often brings surprising insights and helps you find your way even in very difficult situations.

POCZĄTKI I ROZWÓJ POP

  • The origins and development of POP
    Process Oriented Psychology, also known as Process Psychology or Process Work. POP, translated from Process Work or Process Oriented Psychology .. Dr. Arnold Mindell, a Jungian physicist and analyst, created this field of psychotherapy in the 1970s. Since then, his method has been developing more rapidly, also with the help of the international community of processworkers (psychotherapists, mediators and facilitators working with the process), which is involved in his work all over the world and in various research. Now Process Psychology is one of the most dynamically developing psychotherapeutic methods, e.g. in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia, Greece, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, England and Ireland, but also in the United States, Canada , Japan, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. One of Mindell's goals is to work with every human experience and with every person, no matter what corner of the world he comes from. Working with the process extends the general application of psychotherapy as well as working with individual clients, relationships, couples, families and groups to work with the world. Psychotherapists also work with problems, conflicts and traumas, with dreams, with physical symptoms and diseases, with addictions, with different and extreme states of consciousness, with people close to death and in coma, also with peak and spiritual experiences, with artists, musicians and actors, with politicians, companies and organizations, and with marginalized groups such as LGBTQ people, with the homeless and with ethnic minorities.
  • Assumptions
    Process work is a humanistic and transpersonal approach and its roots go deep into ancient philosophical concepts such as Taoism and shamanism, using the wisdom of indigenous cultures, but also the psychology of C.G. Jung, in quantum physics and in the theory of communication and information. One of the assumptions of Process Psychology is that everything that happens makes sense. Problems not only interfere with our lives, but also bring us information and even contain their solutions. Problems are pushing us in a certain direction. If we open up to their unknown and mysterious aspects and go a little in the direction they show us, we can discover their messages. Instead of feeling like a victim of our problems, we can take advantage of them to improve the quality of our lives and our relationships. In Process Psychology, you learn to follow your experiences with openness and curiosity and develop them with mindfulness and respect until you understand their meaning and the message they convey to you. The therapist supports you in this and follows you and your process.
  • What is the process?
    Process is the force that flows under all your experiences and that moves you and your whole world. The process is like a wind in sails that pushes your boat in a certain direction. You can feel it as a current that guides you. Maybe you know that sometimes you feel that you are in the right place at the right time? Then you are swimming in the middle of the process river. Relationships and things are going well, you act without much effort and you are going in the right direction for you. When you follow the process, with your deep nature, you can feel joy, peace and a sense of meaning. Sometimes, however, life cooks up turbulence, surprises and challenges for us, and our process blows in a direction where we don't necessarily intend to go. We tend to ignore and dismiss various events and parts of us that we don't want or dislike. This often happens unconsciously and we fail to notice that we are losing touch with ourselves and our process. If you find yourself in a situation where problems are bothering you and things are not going your way, the process is knocking on your door. Relationship conflicts, problems at work, dreams and diseases are the guideposts that show you the direction of your heart path again. They also remind you of a deeper process that runs in the background and comes through you. Working with a process helps you connect with and follow your process. Becoming aware of your process often brings surprising insights and helps you find your way even in very difficult situations.

ZAŁOŻENIA

  • The origins and development of POP
    Process Oriented Psychology, also known as Process Psychology or Process Work. POP, translated from Process Work or Process Oriented Psychology .. Dr. Arnold Mindell, a Jungian physicist and analyst, created this field of psychotherapy in the 1970s. Since then, his method has been developing more rapidly, also with the help of the international community of processworkers (psychotherapists, mediators and facilitators working with the process), which is involved in his work all over the world and in various research. Now Process Psychology is one of the most dynamically developing psychotherapeutic methods, e.g. in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia, Greece, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, England and Ireland, but also in the United States, Canada , Japan, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. One of Mindell's goals is to work with every human experience and with every person, no matter what corner of the world he comes from. Working with the process extends the general application of psychotherapy as well as working with individual clients, relationships, couples, families and groups to work with the world. Psychotherapists also work with problems, conflicts and traumas, with dreams, with physical symptoms and diseases, with addictions, with different and extreme states of consciousness, with people close to death and in coma, also with peak and spiritual experiences, with artists, musicians and actors, with politicians, companies and organizations, and with marginalized groups such as LGBTQ people, with the homeless and with ethnic minorities.
  • Assumptions
    Process work is a humanistic and transpersonal approach and its roots go deep into ancient philosophical concepts such as Taoism and shamanism, using the wisdom of indigenous cultures, but also the psychology of C.G. Jung, in quantum physics and in the theory of communication and information. One of the assumptions of Process Psychology is that everything that happens makes sense. Problems not only interfere with our lives, but also bring us information and even contain their solutions. Problems are pushing us in a certain direction. If we open up to their unknown and mysterious aspects and go a little in the direction they show us, we can discover their messages. Instead of feeling like a victim of our problems, we can take advantage of them to improve the quality of our lives and our relationships. In Process Psychology, you learn to follow your experiences with openness and curiosity and develop them with mindfulness and respect until you understand their meaning and the message they convey to you. The therapist supports you in this and follows you and your process.
  • What is the process?
    Process is the force that flows under all your experiences and that moves you and your whole world. The process is like a wind in sails that pushes your boat in a certain direction. You can feel it as a current that guides you. Maybe you know that sometimes you feel that you are in the right place at the right time? Then you are swimming in the middle of the process river. Relationships and things are going well, you act without much effort and you are going in the right direction for you. When you follow the process, with your deep nature, you can feel joy, peace and a sense of meaning. Sometimes, however, life cooks up turbulence, surprises and challenges for us, and our process blows in a direction where we don't necessarily intend to go. We tend to ignore and dismiss various events and parts of us that we don't want or dislike. This often happens unconsciously and we fail to notice that we are losing touch with ourselves and our process. If you find yourself in a situation where problems are bothering you and things are not going your way, the process is knocking on your door. Relationship conflicts, problems at work, dreams and diseases are the guideposts that show you the direction of your heart path again. They also remind you of a deeper process that runs in the background and comes through you. Working with a process helps you connect with and follow your process. Becoming aware of your process often brings surprising insights and helps you find your way even in very difficult situations.

CO TO JEST PROCES?

  • The origins and development of POP
    Process Oriented Psychology, also known as Process Psychology or Process Work. POP, translated from Process Work or Process Oriented Psychology .. Dr. Arnold Mindell, a Jungian physicist and analyst, created this field of psychotherapy in the 1970s. Since then, his method has been developing more rapidly, also with the help of the international community of processworkers (psychotherapists, mediators and facilitators working with the process), which is involved in his work all over the world and in various research. Now Process Psychology is one of the most dynamically developing psychotherapeutic methods, e.g. in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia, Greece, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, England and Ireland, but also in the United States, Canada , Japan, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. One of Mindell's goals is to work with every human experience and with every person, no matter what corner of the world he comes from. Working with the process extends the general application of psychotherapy as well as working with individual clients, relationships, couples, families and groups to work with the world. Psychotherapists also work with problems, conflicts and traumas, with dreams, with physical symptoms and diseases, with addictions, with different and extreme states of consciousness, with people close to death and in coma, also with peak and spiritual experiences, with artists, musicians and actors, with politicians, companies and organizations, and with marginalized groups such as LGBTQ people, with the homeless and with ethnic minorities.
  • Assumptions
    Process work is a humanistic and transpersonal approach and its roots go deep into ancient philosophical concepts such as Taoism and shamanism, using the wisdom of indigenous cultures, but also the psychology of C.G. Jung, in quantum physics and in the theory of communication and information. One of the assumptions of Process Psychology is that everything that happens makes sense. Problems not only interfere with our lives, but also bring us information and even contain their solutions. Problems are pushing us in a certain direction. If we open up to their unknown and mysterious aspects and go a little in the direction they show us, we can discover their messages. Instead of feeling like a victim of our problems, we can take advantage of them to improve the quality of our lives and our relationships. In Process Psychology, you learn to follow your experiences with openness and curiosity and develop them with mindfulness and respect until you understand their meaning and the message they convey to you. The therapist supports you in this and follows you and your process.
  • What is the process?
    Process is the force that flows under all your experiences and that moves you and your whole world. The process is like a wind in sails that pushes your boat in a certain direction. You can feel it as a current that guides you. Maybe you know that sometimes you feel that you are in the right place at the right time? Then you are swimming in the middle of the process river. Relationships and things are going well, you act without much effort and you are going in the right direction for you. When you follow the process, with your deep nature, you can feel joy, peace and a sense of meaning. Sometimes, however, life cooks up turbulence, surprises and challenges for us, and our process blows in a direction where we don't necessarily intend to go. We tend to ignore and dismiss various events and parts of us that we don't want or dislike. This often happens unconsciously and we fail to notice that we are losing touch with ourselves and our process. If you find yourself in a situation where problems are bothering you and things are not going your way, the process is knocking on your door. Relationship conflicts, problems at work, dreams and diseases are the guideposts that show you the direction of your heart path again. They also remind you of a deeper process that runs in the background and comes through you. Working with a process helps you connect with and follow your process. Becoming aware of your process often brings surprising insights and helps you find your way even in very difficult situations.

PRACA ZE ŚWIATEM

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  • The origins and development of POP
    Process Oriented Psychology, also known as Process Psychology or Process Work. POP, translated from Process Work or Process Oriented Psychology .. Dr. Arnold Mindell, a Jungian physicist and analyst, created this field of psychotherapy in the 1970s. Since then, his method has been developing more rapidly, also with the help of the international community of processworkers (psychotherapists, mediators and facilitators working with the process), which is involved in his work all over the world and in various research. Now Process Psychology is one of the most dynamically developing psychotherapeutic methods, e.g. in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia, Greece, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, England and Ireland, but also in the United States, Canada , Japan, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. One of Mindell's goals is to work with every human experience and with every person, no matter what corner of the world he comes from. Working with the process extends the general application of psychotherapy as well as working with individual clients, relationships, couples, families and groups to work with the world. Psychotherapists also work with problems, conflicts and traumas, with dreams, with physical symptoms and diseases, with addictions, with different and extreme states of consciousness, with people close to death and in coma, also with peak and spiritual experiences, with artists, musicians and actors, with politicians, companies and organizations, and with marginalized groups such as LGBTQ people, with the homeless and with ethnic minorities.
  • Assumptions
    Process work is a humanistic and transpersonal approach and its roots go deep into ancient philosophical concepts such as Taoism and shamanism, using the wisdom of indigenous cultures, but also the psychology of C.G. Jung, in quantum physics and in the theory of communication and information. One of the assumptions of Process Psychology is that everything that happens makes sense. Problems not only interfere with our lives, but also bring us information and even contain their solutions. Problems are pushing us in a certain direction. If we open up to their unknown and mysterious aspects and go a little in the direction they show us, we can discover their messages. Instead of feeling like a victim of our problems, we can take advantage of them to improve the quality of our lives and our relationships. In Process Psychology, you learn to follow your experiences with openness and curiosity and develop them with mindfulness and respect until you understand their meaning and the message they convey to you. The therapist supports you in this and follows you and your process.
  • What is the process?
    Process is the force that flows under all your experiences and that moves you and your whole world. The process is like a wind in sails that pushes your boat in a certain direction. You can feel it as a current that guides you. Maybe you know that sometimes you feel that you are in the right place at the right time? Then you are swimming in the middle of the process river. Relationships and things are going well, you act without much effort and you are going in the right direction for you. When you follow the process, with your deep nature, you can feel joy, peace and a sense of meaning. Sometimes, however, life cooks up turbulence, surprises and challenges for us, and our process blows in a direction where we don't necessarily intend to go. We tend to ignore and dismiss various events and parts of us that we don't want or dislike. This often happens unconsciously and we fail to notice that we are losing touch with ourselves and our process. If you find yourself in a situation where problems are bothering you and things are not going your way, the process is knocking on your door. Relationship conflicts, problems at work, dreams and diseases are the guideposts that show you the direction of your heart path again. They also remind you of a deeper process that runs in the background and comes through you. Working with a process helps you connect with and follow your process. Becoming aware of your process often brings surprising insights and helps you find your way even in very difficult situations.
  • The origins and development of POP
    Process Oriented Psychology, also known as Process Psychology or Process Work. POP, translated from Process Work or Process Oriented Psychology .. Dr. Arnold Mindell, a Jungian physicist and analyst, created this field of psychotherapy in the 1970s. Since then, his method has been developing more rapidly, also with the help of the international community of processworkers (psychotherapists, mediators and facilitators working with the process), which is involved in his work all over the world and in various research. Now Process Psychology is one of the most dynamically developing psychotherapeutic methods, e.g. in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia, Greece, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, England and Ireland, but also in the United States, Canada , Japan, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. One of Mindell's goals is to work with every human experience and with every person, no matter what corner of the world he comes from. Working with the process extends the general application of psychotherapy as well as working with individual clients, relationships, couples, families and groups to work with the world. Psychotherapists also work with problems, conflicts and traumas, with dreams, with physical symptoms and diseases, with addictions, with different and extreme states of consciousness, with people close to death and in coma, also with peak and spiritual experiences, with artists, musicians and actors, with politicians, companies and organizations, and with marginalized groups such as LGBTQ people, with the homeless and with ethnic minorities.
  • Assumptions
    Process work is a humanistic and transpersonal approach and its roots go deep into ancient philosophical concepts such as Taoism and shamanism, using the wisdom of indigenous cultures, but also the psychology of C.G. Jung, in quantum physics and in the theory of communication and information. One of the assumptions of Process Psychology is that everything that happens makes sense. Problems not only interfere with our lives, but also bring us information and even contain their solutions. Problems are pushing us in a certain direction. If we open up to their unknown and mysterious aspects and go a little in the direction they show us, we can discover their messages. Instead of feeling like a victim of our problems, we can take advantage of them to improve the quality of our lives and our relationships. In Process Psychology, you learn to follow your experiences with openness and curiosity and develop them with mindfulness and respect until you understand their meaning and the message they convey to you. The therapist supports you in this and follows you and your process.
  • What is the process?
    Process is the force that flows under all your experiences and that moves you and your whole world. The process is like a wind in sails that pushes your boat in a certain direction. You can feel it as a current that guides you. Maybe you know that sometimes you feel that you are in the right place at the right time? Then you are swimming in the middle of the process river. Relationships and things are going well, you act without much effort and you are going in the right direction for you. When you follow the process, with your deep nature, you can feel joy, peace and a sense of meaning. Sometimes, however, life cooks up turbulence, surprises and challenges for us, and our process blows in a direction where we don't necessarily intend to go. We tend to ignore and dismiss various events and parts of us that we don't want or dislike. This often happens unconsciously and we fail to notice that we are losing touch with ourselves and our process. If you find yourself in a situation where problems are bothering you and things are not going your way, the process is knocking on your door. Relationship conflicts, problems at work, dreams and diseases are the guideposts that show you the direction of your heart path again. They also remind you of a deeper process that runs in the background and comes through you. Working with a process helps you connect with and follow your process. Becoming aware of your process often brings surprising insights and helps you find your way even in very difficult situations.

GŁĘBOKA DEMOKRACJA

  • The origins and development of POP
    Process Oriented Psychology, also known as Process Psychology or Process Work. POP, translated from Process Work or Process Oriented Psychology .. Dr. Arnold Mindell, a Jungian physicist and analyst, created this field of psychotherapy in the 1970s. Since then, his method has been developing more rapidly, also with the help of the international community of processworkers (psychotherapists, mediators and facilitators working with the process), which is involved in his work all over the world and in various research. Now Process Psychology is one of the most dynamically developing psychotherapeutic methods, e.g. in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia, Greece, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, England and Ireland, but also in the United States, Canada , Japan, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. One of Mindell's goals is to work with every human experience and with every person, no matter what corner of the world he comes from. Working with the process extends the general application of psychotherapy as well as working with individual clients, relationships, couples, families and groups to work with the world. Psychotherapists also work with problems, conflicts and traumas, with dreams, with physical symptoms and diseases, with addictions, with different and extreme states of consciousness, with people close to death and in coma, also with peak and spiritual experiences, with artists, musicians and actors, with politicians, companies and organizations, and with marginalized groups such as LGBTQ people, with the homeless and with ethnic minorities.
  • Assumptions
    Process work is a humanistic and transpersonal approach and its roots go deep into ancient philosophical concepts such as Taoism and shamanism, using the wisdom of indigenous cultures, but also the psychology of C.G. Jung, in quantum physics and in the theory of communication and information. One of the assumptions of Process Psychology is that everything that happens makes sense. Problems not only interfere with our lives, but also bring us information and even contain their solutions. Problems are pushing us in a certain direction. If we open up to their unknown and mysterious aspects and go a little in the direction they show us, we can discover their messages. Instead of feeling like a victim of our problems, we can take advantage of them to improve the quality of our lives and our relationships. In Process Psychology, you learn to follow your experiences with openness and curiosity and develop them with mindfulness and respect until you understand their meaning and the message they convey to you. The therapist supports you in this and follows you and your process.
  • What is the process?
    Process is the force that flows under all your experiences and that moves you and your whole world. The process is like a wind in sails that pushes your boat in a certain direction. You can feel it as a current that guides you. Maybe you know that sometimes you feel that you are in the right place at the right time? Then you are swimming in the middle of the process river. Relationships and things are going well, you act without much effort and you are going in the right direction for you. When you follow the process, with your deep nature, you can feel joy, peace and a sense of meaning. Sometimes, however, life cooks up turbulence, surprises and challenges for us, and our process blows in a direction where we don't necessarily intend to go. We tend to ignore and dismiss various events and parts of us that we don't want or dislike. This often happens unconsciously and we fail to notice that we are losing touch with ourselves and our process. If you find yourself in a situation where problems are bothering you and things are not going your way, the process is knocking on your door. Relationship conflicts, problems at work, dreams and diseases are the guideposts that show you the direction of your heart path again. They also remind you of a deeper process that runs in the background and comes through you. Working with a process helps you connect with and follow your process. Becoming aware of your process often brings surprising insights and helps you find your way even in very difficult situations.

Głęboka demokracja polega na odczuciu tego, że świat jest po to, abyśmy mogli w pełni stać się sobą, my zaś po to, aby pomóc światu stać się całością.

Arnold Mindell

PROCESY GRUPOWE

  • The origins and development of POP
    Process Oriented Psychology, also known as Process Psychology or Process Work. POP, translated from Process Work or Process Oriented Psychology .. Dr. Arnold Mindell, a Jungian physicist and analyst, created this field of psychotherapy in the 1970s. Since then, his method has been developing more rapidly, also with the help of the international community of processworkers (psychotherapists, mediators and facilitators working with the process), which is involved in his work all over the world and in various research. Now Process Psychology is one of the most dynamically developing psychotherapeutic methods, e.g. in Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia, Greece, Croatia, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Finland, England and Ireland, but also in the United States, Canada , Japan, Korea, India, Australia and New Zealand. One of Mindell's goals is to work with every human experience and with every person, no matter what corner of the world he comes from. Working with the process extends the general application of psychotherapy as well as working with individual clients, relationships, couples, families and groups to work with the world. Psychotherapists also work with problems, conflicts and traumas, with dreams, with physical symptoms and diseases, with addictions, with different and extreme states of consciousness, with people close to death and in coma, also with peak and spiritual experiences, with artists, musicians and actors, with politicians, companies and organizations, and with marginalized groups such as LGBTQ people, with the homeless and with ethnic minorities.
  • Assumptions
    Process work is a humanistic and transpersonal approach and its roots go deep into ancient philosophical concepts such as Taoism and shamanism, using the wisdom of indigenous cultures, but also the psychology of C.G. Jung, in quantum physics and in the theory of communication and information. One of the assumptions of Process Psychology is that everything that happens makes sense. Problems not only interfere with our lives, but also bring us information and even contain their solutions. Problems are pushing us in a certain direction. If we open up to their unknown and mysterious aspects and go a little in the direction they show us, we can discover their messages. Instead of feeling like a victim of our problems, we can take advantage of them to improve the quality of our lives and our relationships. In Process Psychology, you learn to follow your experiences with openness and curiosity and develop them with mindfulness and respect until you understand their meaning and the message they convey to you. The therapist supports you in this and follows you and your process.
  • What is the process?
    Process is the force that flows under all your experiences and that moves you and your whole world. The process is like a wind in sails that pushes your boat in a certain direction. You can feel it as a current that guides you. Maybe you know that sometimes you feel that you are in the right place at the right time? Then you are swimming in the middle of the process river. Relationships and things are going well, you act without much effort and you are going in the right direction for you. When you follow the process, with your deep nature, you can feel joy, peace and a sense of meaning. Sometimes, however, life cooks up turbulence, surprises and challenges for us, and our process blows in a direction where we don't necessarily intend to go. We tend to ignore and dismiss various events and parts of us that we don't want or dislike. This often happens unconsciously and we fail to notice that we are losing touch with ourselves and our process. If you find yourself in a situation where problems are bothering you and things are not going your way, the process is knocking on your door. Relationship conflicts, problems at work, dreams and diseases are the guideposts that show you the direction of your heart path again. They also remind you of a deeper process that runs in the background and comes through you. Working with a process helps you connect with and follow your process. Becoming aware of your process often brings surprising insights and helps you find your way even in very difficult situations.

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