Balancing Body, Mind And Soul - Psychosomatic Energetics (pse) - 18th Mar
Balancing Body, Mind and Soul with Psychosomatic Energetics (PSE) Rainer Viehweger, MD
INSPIRATIONS POSITIVE LIVING GROUP
Atherley Bowling Club, Hill Lane, Southampton SO15 5DB
Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start.
Yoga from India and the Traditional Chinese Medicine have always known that the quality of the subtle energy field of our bodies is mainly responsible for the experience of health and wellbeing. Energy blockages such as deep emotional conflicts influence the free flow of life energy in every one of us. In most cases we are not aware that behind a bad mood, a bad behavior, a weak immune system or even a chronic disease an activated emotional conflict is one of the root causes which prevents the body from self-healing.
The PSE detects these emotional conflicts in the subtle energy field and provides the right homeopathic complex remedies which help melting down these conflicts. PSE is often used in such cases when medical conditions are not clear, or medical treatment is not available, or as a complementary method to other conventional medical and psychological or even complementary approaches to make them work better and be more efficient.
Another important aspect of PSE is its ability to detect and resolve the so-called central conflict which is seen as the deepest fear of a person in such a way that it also determines the personality type. Resolving the central conflict PSE can help people be more authentic, develop their personal potential, and find their real purpose in life.
This talk will introduce the method of PSE to you. You will learn, how the subtle life energy is measured, how the emotional conflicts were found, how they are detected and resolved. You will also be introduced to the talents and weaknesses of the four personality types. Knowing your own personality type is especially important in choosing the right partner and bringing up children, but also in relationship to friends, colleagues and business partners.
Rainer Viehweger, MD, orthopaedic specialist and complementary therapist
Practice in Ferndown and Bournemouth
We have a flip chart where you can write up what you do to share with the group and by all means bring your cards for people to take.