Health and Exercise

26 Aug

Physical Health Issues

  Integral Deep Listening Practitioners do not take histories, diagnose, treat, or heal health issues. IDL assumes that healing is the combination of outside expertise, your common sense, and your inner compass, as represented by the perspectives and interpretations of interviewed inner potentials. IDL uses a process called “triangulation” to compare subjective and objective sources of direction with common sense. The result is an approach to healing, balancing, and transformation that produces recommendations that can be operationalized and tested in one’s waking...

29 Jul

No one wants to die; are you ready?

This was the final interview of our friend, student, and Integral Deep Listening Practitioner, Gundrun Lemm. I have added to it the original German interview and some remarks. ...

04 Jan

Dealing With Pain and Physical Symptoms

How you feel about your symptoms and what you think about them makes them better or worse. The benefit of an IDL interview is that it provides quick, efficient information that aids both diagnosis and treatment in ways that can be understood and carried out safely by those with the problem. ...

17 Dec

Accessing Your Inner Physician

There is no problem in your life that you cannot make better by accessing your inner compass and following its recommendations. ...

16 Nov

God is a Cat

I’ve always known God was really a cat. Those who taught that he was a dog are just plain heretics. Barbara’s interview is a functional mystical experience. It is a mystical experience in that it puts Barbara in touch with core qualities of enlightenment. It is functional in that Barbara can use it to get past the angry, bitter little girl that she has never made peace with. It shows her how to listen to her, to lift her up, to accept her, to comfort...

23 May

What Will Happen to Me After I Die?

So you think you have problems! If you had nearly died several times because of heart failure and had been taught to always listen to your heart for irregular beating, do you think you might be afraid of dying? And if your very traumatic heart transplant ended up with your immune system attacking it and almost killing you twice, do you think that might make you even more terrified of dying? ...