'Dhartian Dynamics' is a therapeutic treatment that takes into account all pains, anxieties and worries that definitely are connected to our human existence, to our condition humaine. It considers all energies and powers that within the individual might cause problems, determine his behaviour and hence become responsible for different layers of mental and physical 'armouring'. This 'struggle for live' is not only part of our conscious activities, but it also occurs as part of our subconscious life. The pains we feel are not only the results of our daily confrontation with the (external) world, but also of our fight with suppressed instinctive drives, internalized experiences and forgotten traumatic experiences. After all, once the little baby started to express himself through that estranging screen of human language, he was cut off from his most natural experiences and was obliged to situate and interpret himself in a world that fundamentally and for the rest of his life will remain strange to him. The first process of irreparable loss was triggered, and we will need the rest of our lives to come to reasonable terms with it.
Ever since, a mixture of external and internal conflicts generates a diffuse climate of discomfort, incompleteness and fear that prevents us from feeling free and happy and from expressing ourselves emotionally and energetically as we should like.
In order to help the human person in his/her internal and eternal fight, we, Gina d'Harte and Freddy Decreus, developed a method that is meant to bring the human person (back) to healthy and reasonable assumptions about his/her own physical and spiritual identity. Therefore, it is our purpose to bring the human person into a new and better contact with his physical, emotional, mental and energetic power and to reduce the incurred cramped patterns in body and mind.
In a general sense, Gina d'Harte works as a psychotherapist who detects and cures diseases of the body, whereas Freddy Decreus connects the individual 'story' of the inflicted person to wider patterns of the collective mythology.
What therapies do we use in order to take away physical inconveniences and blockages?
Interpretation of personal 'stories';
Therapeutic and relaxing massages:
In-depht massages/Derma Segmental Reflexology;
Independent of these therapeutic forms of massage, we also offer:
Relaxation Massage with warm essential oil;
Four Hand Massage.
These three types of massages are also given for two people simultaneously.
The next problems often occur in our practice:
(lower) backaches (with eventual radiating pains);
cervical pains (with eventual radiating pains);
migraine (often accompanied by nausea) and eye problems;
cardiac arrhythmia, respiratory disorder, esophagus problems;
angina pectoris; hyperventilation;
general acidification of the organism;
myalgia/joint pains all over the body;
abdominal tension related to constipation; spastic colon (IBS); intestinal transit (too slow/too quick);
pressure on the solar plexus;
hormonal imbalance, premenstrual syndrome;
general nervousness; depression; insomnia;
general displeasure and discomfort, confusion, suppressed anger...
As a dynamic and total treatment our ΔΔ method aims at undoing so many different types of cramps and armours that seated themselves on the body and the mind.
Patterns of frozen or negative energy are unblocked and stimulated to turn into free, unbound and new energy that stimulates processes of recovery and healing.
Therefore, this therapy is a constant invitation to and stimulation of the human self-healing powers that inhabit our body and mind.
Training sessions and massage techniques at home and abroad.
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New Mythology (F. Decreus)
'Looking for a new mythology in times of an over-full emptiness'
Today, it is clear that we are in the middle of a very sharp and important period of transition that manifests itself on so many levels. Apparently, the recently won new identity of a freer individual does not necessarily and automatically result into the birth of a happier subject. Old gods and demons belonging to traditional religions do not longer govern our lives, but apparently we still have to wait the arrival of new systems of meaning that will replace the old ones. Hence the feeling that en route something went wrong, something very fundamental was lost, something very crucial did not work any longer, without knowing what or why. Evidently, this radical uncertainty and incompleteness of things have important consequences for the way, in these postmodern times, we take decisions and situate ourselves on an ethical and spiritual level. Apparently, the cooler, quicker and more efficient the technological world around us operates, the more we yearn for warmth, slowness and depth. However, good examples to follow are not so easy to find, since too many of them are so easily disposable on the ever changing market of good and bad taste. The world of VIP's and dubious heroes grows from day to day, leading the ephemeral life of mayflies, meaning nothing, but desirable in the eyes of those who are trapped in a world of superficial glamour. Meanwhile, it became very difficult to develop into a decent or real human being and to acquire an identity of one's own. Trend watchers of the postmodern society notice that man eagerly want to belong to two types of society, to the contemporary AND the ancient at the same time, and clearly do not want to loose the 'good things' from the past, whatever that may be. Among its more serious and lasting products, one certainly can mention the mythical stories he had at his disposal and which allowed him to interpret his temporary presence on earth. Patriarchal as they were in their very essence, they do not longer meet the necessary approval from a public that grew wiser and more suspicious about former forms of 'imagination'. Hence the feeling that 'the moth is in the myth' and that an unchanged way of telling stories about our western identity became undesirable.
In the meantime, the problem is that telling stories about ourselves is a process that cannot be stopped at all. In order to survive, we need them as basic tools and instruments to offer us a glimpse of our human condition. Myths are narratives that install a general feeling of order and meaningfulness in a world that ostensibly lacks them and therefore creates a great number of symbolizing forms. They are eternal companions that keep on questioning our deepest concerns and therefore it is precisely this type of labour that keeps us alive. Myths can be told in many different ways, and it will always be a profitable case when we retell the same old stories form different perspectives. Or to put in it in a blunt and general way: what would change, if we replace the good old God the Father (Jahweh, Zeus) by his feminine counterpart, the Goddess Mother, or even by a SF-demon?
In our opinion, two different set of questions have to be discussed. First of all, the consequences of the change in gender will certainly provoke discussions about the distribution of power in the changed sociological, religious and political context of our western situation. But secondly, and more important than this reorganisation of the mind, is the problem of our fundamental need for stories, let them be patriarchal or matriarchal.
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