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Attitudinal Healing

Happy  . . . who wouldn’t want to be ? Yet, we often experience something else. . . states of fear, guilt, anger, sadness, loneliness 


In 'Attitudinal Healing' based support groups we work on the premise that it is not the people or external events that make us unhappy, but our thoughts, emotions, and attitudes towards those people and events.


Attitudinal Healing is based on the idea that the essence of our being is love, and that we can practice living more and more from that part of ourselves by practicing a kind of inner ecology. With Attitudinal Healing we can, if we wish, become aware that in each instant we have a choice to create peace or conflict within ourselves.


To do this, we must have the courage to look within ourselves, and to no longer be focused on that which makes us fearful (comparison, judgment, violence).  If we succeed in looking with love and commiseration at ourselves, we can cultivate the same attitude towards others.


Attitudinal Healing is a method developed by psychiatrist Jerry (Gerard) Jampolsky.  He has written several books on this subject, the most famous being Love is Letting Go of Fear, which has sold millions of copies.  There are more than a hundred groups and centers all over the world, which use this method.


Attitudinal Healing is a kind of self-healing system that helps us face each of the challenges that life throws at us. This concept of healing is not a religion, nor does it belong to one of them.


In practical terms, how does it work?


In an Attitudinal Healing support group each person expresses himself in an atmosphere of respect and listening.  Having the opportunity to speak, without being interrupted, without unsolicited advice, allows each person to contact his inner answers.


Available trainings:

Introduction to Attitudinal Healing

Training of group facilitators - for those who have completed the introductory course

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