Metaphysical psychotherapy offers practical solutions that will change your world permanently.
It is unlike any other psychological discipline in that it has the ability to change your perception of self and the nature of what we refer to as reality.
MP is arguably the most powerful form of psychological therapy due to its ability to help you to integrate your conscious and subconscious mind.
Carl Jung who is known as the greatest psychologist of the twentieth century was quoted as saying; “What the East [where metaphysics has long existed as a religious mind philosophy/psychology] knows about the human mind is at least 2000 years ahead of Western psychology.”
He explored the teachings of metaphysicians who existed throughout the ages, in an attempt to penetrate the deepest layers of the human mind. Using what he learned through Metaphysical teaching Jung went on to radically change the world of psychiatry, psychotherapy, and psychology. Jung practiced Metaphysics both personally and professionally.
Cognitive Scientist, professor Donald Huffman said; "because of our limitation in our interface with Reality, we have to simplify; but if we simplify and simplify we get to a point where we conclude there is nothing there at all. Then we conclude that's the Fundamental Reality. We mistake the limits of our interface for an insight into the fundamental truth of nature." This is perhaps why as a species we seem to struggle with the most basic and fundamental questions,
Who am I? What am I? Where have I been? and Where am I going?
Doctor Susian Oslavan, is a clinical neurologist specializing in brain disorders. She spoke at length about the phenomena of the mind-body connection, she said; from a neurological perspective, we trust the mind way too much. We think we have control over our thinking but really we are being altered through the processing of our experiencing of the environment
She stated that; "75% of patients are being failed by the current medical model because their illness originates from psychological origins."