Using Integral Deep Listening (IDL) to Help Children Grow, be Happy and Healthy The First Stage of the Rocket of Human Development The development of children can be thought of as a three-stage rocket. The first stage produces enormous thrust to get a child’s body and cognitive wiring launched. This heavy lifting stage is biologically pre-programmed and unfolds … Read more
“How will I shift into this next stage of my life and find new friends? How will this change my relationship with my family? Should I live at home, like my mother wants, or should I move closer to my school?”
Because we rarely or ever ask questions or question our own judgment while we are dreaming, we assume we are awake and dealing with genuine circumstances or threats. The result is that the dream, as remembered, is a narrative that serves to confirm our waking delusions.
If you know a teenager or an adult who compares themselves to others, feels insecure, or has chronic fear, you can help them to get in touch with their own unique emerging potentials that reflect the priorities of their inner compass.
You can change the course of the life of the children you know by interviewing their dream characters using Integral Deep Listening. In addition, any adult can heal from childhood traumas by using IDL to access emerging potentials that heal, balance, and transform.
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Have you ever had a dream with babies? If you look in a dream symbol dictionary it will probably tell you that they represent something like new beginnings, new growth, new responsibilities. But what if you have a baby with downs syndrome, like Diane’s? Or baby monsters or puppies, like a lot of pregnant … Read more