“Turn off your mind, relax, and float down stream(Lennon/McCartney, 1966).
In this spirit, but without the help of pychedelics, I would like to offer you the opportunity for a free and open exploration of your inner world. Letting go of all notions of achieving or overcoming can help create a space of allowance where everything is welcome as it is: thoughts, feelings, memories, images, and whatever else may arise.
If needed, the natural flow of breathing and, in particular, the body sensations could serve as an anchor in the here and now.
In this way, we give spontaneous insights the chance to emerge. And perhaps quite naturally, our relationship to our internal life may lighten up without any force or willpower. Perhaps one or two of our convictions will be loosened in a relieving way.
If at any time you happen to be in need of a little more structure, no problem at all. Opening the eyes to talk about issues is always an option. As well as a sequence of focusing, parts work, or some guided meditation on the topic.
The latter is what I primarily offer in the group setting, and below you will find some examples of these, unfortunately only in the German language so far.
Meditations (German language only):
1. Unsere Anteile
2. Die gute Wut