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The Circle of Therapists

The Circle of Therapists

By Dr. Dany Lousky

The circle of therapists is one of the five main characteristics of the format of integrated medicine. The circle of therapists is a description of the treatment process that the therapist must experience with the patient, sometimes through observation and sometimes through instruction for the patient. The circle of therapists is a genetic continuum, a human process, for the creation of a balanced reality that is performed in ten stages: ‘Look, see, investigate, understand, engrave, carve, refine, create, think, succeeded’ (The Book of Creation 6 48). The following paragraphs explain each one of the ten stages of treatment for the circle of therapists.

1. Look – Look at the Problem
Look at the problem, the mishap, the obstruction that impedes. It is like pain – prominent, since it needs its presence to be addressed. Sometimes it is hiding under different layers and excuses. Shift your attention and focus it on the task that you are seeking to achieve with the patient, through the notation of a schedule. Ask and identify what is missing (emotional dimension) and the desire (spiritual dimension) that arises from the lack. Look at the lack of attention, the lack of flattery, the lack of health or money. Look at the beliefs and the approach to life. Look at the way of feedback obtained from the behavior of the environment and its attitude to the patient. Look at the purpose of life and the goals for which the patient lives and rises every morning. Look at the results achieved, in his words (physical dimension).

2. See – Do a presentation of the problem to see the cause and profit.
From the observation, you see the mishaps, the problems, and the obstructions that impede. You see the cause, the seed, and the source of the problem. You see the root, how it began and when it began. You see the profit that the patient derives as a result of the mishaps. Through the presentation you see the attention and special reference that the environment gives the patient as a result of the problems it has. You see and discern the pain and the loss that is incurred as a result of the problems suffered. You see and discern the traits revealed as a result of the pain and mishaps and understand the lesson it teaches. The fear suffered teaches how to find the love inside, the pain teaches how to find the calm. The lack is to teach that happiness is not related to ‘how much’. The darkness is to teach to discern the light.

3. Investigate – Study the bounds and limitations.
You begin with an investigation to examine whether what you have seen is indeed what is causing the delay. Investigate the four tasks of life – love, career, money, and health. Investigate the circles of life – interpersonal, dyadic, family, work, friends, your city, the country, the world. Investigate the life habits – the patient’s pace of life, his approach to life, his beliefs, his body language, nutrition, and nutrition habits. Remember that weakness should be prominent; it is apparent through pains in the body so as to be noticed. Ask a detailed questionnaire, using conversations and queries, dreams, palm of the hand, wisdom of the body, the zodiac and the influence of the stars, the centers of energy, and biofeedback. Research the beliefs, the principles, the conditions, the limitations and boundaries.

4. Understand – Understand the Issue
In this stage, the patient is about to understand something about himself. The understanding comes from action, meditation, guided imagery, acupuncture, contact, smells, colors, sounds, drawing, creative writing, dreams. The understanding comes through a book that he read, a film he saw, a conversation held with a friend, from a simple action he accustomed to performing (lousky medicines).

5. Engrave – Determine laws of new games and make decisions.
If you have understood something of the investigation and observation, in this stage, create new rules of play. Create a new approach to life, crystallize another outlook, and a belief that suits your present existence. Make a decision to change on the basis of new rules of play. Ask the patient to perform the regular actions in a different way, ask the patient to look at the desire to accept an

6. Carve – Incise inwards, in the past, in the future, and in the beliefs
Ask the patient to carve and dig and study deeply, to look at the new habits and the new reality that is about to create as a result of the new laws and the decisions made. Carve in the past, present, and future, examine the impacts on the environment. Examine the tradition, the accumulated life experience, examine what happened in similar cases, examine if it is commensurate with the principles and limitations in the framework of which you and the patient act. Conduct guided imagery with the patient, allow him to look backwards, as if considerable time has passed after the performance, and examine whether he is satisfied with the decision he made.

7. Refine – Combine everything to a treatment strategy and performance program
Combine all that you have found into a treatment strategy, a practical treatment program to be performed. Determine for yourself a clear way and believe in the expected outcome. Infect the patient with your belief.

8. Create – create a Commitment to your destiny
Create a relationship between the decision and the commitment to the patient’s destiny, create a commitment to the purpose of life and the lofty goal from which all the patient’s tasks and secondary objectives are derived. Create commitment to the decision you made.

9. Think – think about the motive and the following generations
Look at your thoughts and the patient’s thoughts, look at the motive, at the patient’s motive behind the decision, look at the intention at the beginning of the action, look whether this is the desire to give or the desire to receive. Examine the implications of the program performance on the near and far future. Think with the patient on the coming generations and the entire world. If this is not well received, examine where the mishap is.

10. Succeeded
After the performance, examine whether a new and better reality was created for the patient. If this succeeded, then you acted correctly. If not, began the entire process anew or go back a number of steps, until the change of reality (Lousky, 2005).

The Treatment Process
During the treatment process, you and the patient move from stage to stage, go back and forth, the patient understands as he goes along. You and the patient understand something big from something small, you understand the process in the body through the process in the mind, you discover how the behavior of an entire country is similar to the behavior of one person. You discern how the mind influences the body. You look at all 32 intelligences and examine them. Know that when the patient begins the process of observation and asks questions, the process of corruption is stopped and awaits the completion of the treatment process. The circle of therapists is organized so that it presents at both sides of every stage the complementary opposite side. Between the two sides of the circle appear the absolute contrasts (Lousky, 2005).

The order of the circle of therapists is the essence of the issue. Every treatment process, as every assessment process, requires the performance of all ten stages according to the determined order. Every human process, like every process of decision making, requires a transition of ten stages. Every one of the ten stages can be performed in a very short period of time (seconds) or in a very long period of time (years). Time is flexible and has no meaning. The entire process is what creates the meaning.

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