“Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate.” C.G. Jung
I came across this quote the other day – in Facebook of all places.
Then again, a lot of quotes fly about in there. Being sick with the flu I didn’t have energy for much else than browsing through Facebook.
People don’t bother posting their own thinking, and only re-share what’s already on there. I am wondering what that’s about?
Anyway, Jung’s quote caught my eye that day: It says so much in such few words – and describes our psyche so well.
Our life is largely run by our unconscious – unless we make it conscious.
It makes sense; much more space is allocated to the unconscious stuff in our brains than to our conscious thoughts. All that information stored in there, without words – it’s staggering.
Occasionally an image pops into our conscious mind. Seemingly coming from nowhere, we struggle to place it. Where did it come from?
So, going back to Jung’s quote. He’s right – but how can we make the unconscious conscious?
There are methods out there that help. Jung, for example, worked a lot with dreams.
I have another method. I call it OCEAN because our unconscious is wide and deep and has waves going up and down, just like the big pond out there.
OCEAN gives quick results, too.
A 90 minute session can give you a solution to a sticky issue you have been struggling with, without success. A solution you would have never thought of.
It’s because the process is visual – and kinaesthetic. It helps externalise the inner image stored in your unconscious. By rearranging the elements of this picture, your view of the issue changes – your world changes.
Another great thing about OCEAN is that it’s non-confrontational. You don’t have to confront those demons you have been battling with for far too long. OCEAN is powerful and yet safe.
Want to know more?
The best way to find out what OCEAN can do for you, and how it can help you with the issue you’re struggling with, is to book a session with me – over Skype.
Reply to this email to experience for yourself how it works.