Contemplative therapy has foundations in clinical psychology and Buddhist psychology. This approach may be helpful if you: have a busy life, have a life…if you live, breathe….lol. It can be beneficial for ANYONE. In this episode, my guest and I discuss the difference between conventional therapy and contemplative therapy. We also talk about anxiety, which is, according to Catalina, one of the most common problems in her practice. We also talk about how contemplative therapy can help a person develop an awareness of their own emotions. She also explains how to start your own daily contemplative practice.
Must have information about my guest:
Catalina is a Contemplative Therapist and Life Coach with extensive studies in Tibetan Buddhism in India.
She’s developed the Silence Therapy Technique for Self-Healing, offering her clients the tools to find home within themselves through self-observation, stillness and the ability to tune in to the voice of our inner wisdom.
She enjoys Silence, traveling without schedules, daily rituals and having a cup of ginger chai while watching people pass by.
You can find more information on how to incorporate the practice of Silence in your days, on her website: [ https://inthenameofsilence.co] and Instagram: [@inthenameofsilence]
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