What is Energy Psychology?
Energy psychology focuses on the body’s energy systems as they relate to emotions, behavior, psychological health, etc. These systems include the electrical activity of the nervous system, acupuncture meridians, charkas, biofields (also called aura), and morphogenetic fields.
While our psychol----ogical functioning includes cognitive, hormonal, neurological, genetic, neurochemical, and environmental factors, at a fundamental level bioenergy is involved in emotions and behavior. Just as a radio receiver is informed at a subtle level by radio waves, subtle levels of energy catalyze psychological and other aspects of functioning. Energy psychology is applicable to a wide range of areas including psychopathology, psychotherapy, education, vocational guidance, physical health, sports and peak performance.
What is Energy Psychotherapy?
Energy therapy or psychotherapy includes approaches that harness bioenergy systems in the diagnosis and treatment of psychological problems. In addition to standard therapeutic elements such as rapport and discussion, energy therapies also involve procedures that specifically address the underlying energetic aspects of the problem through manual muscle testing, energy checking, and processes such as having the client stimulate acupuncture meridians and chakras (by holding, rubbing, tapping, etc), assuming specified body postures and movements, use of certain affirmations and assertions, and more. Many proponents of energy therapies also focus on the relationship among bioenergy, consciousness, thought, intentionality, and spirituality. Many energy therapies achieve observable and measurable results rapidly and generally without causing undue emotional distress.
Among the most widely known energy therapies are Energy Diagnostic and Treatment Methods (EDxTM), Energy Consciousness Therapy, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), Tapas Acupressure Technique (TAT), and Thought Field Therapy (TFT). Approaches such as Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Eye Movement Integration (EMI), while not described as energy therapies per se, also appear to be energetically oriented. Energy psychotherapy is highly compatible with many traditional approaches to therapy.
The human energetic field can be modeled as a system that can be explained by “Chaos Theory”.
Psychological dysfunctions are fractal entropic blocks in the person’s energetic field. Fractal blocks are often multi-systemic and affect the personality. It is possible to have multiple fractal blocks. These energy blocks and or cysts often result in disruption of multiple feedback systems in the body. The body keeps compensating for these blocks by using increasing amounts of energy, physical and psychological dysfunction appear.
Diagnosis is aimed at identifying the nature of the cyst/block, the site of storage of the energy, and the holding pattern of storage of the entropic energy which are fractal in nature.
Therapy consist of releasing these blocks and restoring the body to its naturally negatively entropic state by releasing these fractal blocks.
While other systems of energy psychotherapy have techniques there is no underlying rationale as to why techniques work and how they work. Fractal field therapy in comparison states that you need to correctly identify the nature of the energetic restriction and then you can release it.
Prefractal blocks can often be released by any techniques because they represent the most superficial blocks in the energetic system.