Proverbs 29:18: Where there is no vision, then people perish.
Do you have a vision for how life could be?
“The truth that for our life one law is valid — the Law of Love, which brings the highest happiness to every individual as well as to all mankind.”
Leo Tolstoy in a letter to Mahatma Gandhi
I am a visionary who has spent the last 35 years creating ways to end to human suffering and a world without trauma so that we can experience ourselves as authentic humans who are part of an authentic humanity that is anchored in giving and receiving unconditional love contained in the Law of Love.
Based on what the quantum sciences are saying, wI have come to believe that the Universe is a coherent system that is held together by the force of unconditional love, and that trauma has caused humanity and human conscious to be out of synch not only with this Law but with the entire cosmos.
My vision for Earth and humanity’s future emerged as I recognized my own suffering and trauma. This vision emerged during my own healing journey, as I moved from the internal chaos caused by trauma towards wholeness, internal coherence, and order. From this more unified place, it became increasingly possible to live from my authentic self and to experience coherence with others.
Both the quantum sciences and the feedback from the Universe, primarily through meditation and expanded perception, have supported this dream. Ultimately my vision helped me create a Developmental Model to describe what this looks like.
The Three Components of My Developmental Model
1. Developmental Systems Theory (DST) forms the foundation of my developmental model. I created this theory by applying a four-stage developmental model to six levels of human systems, and divided them into “micro” and “macro.” The micro systems are individuals, couples, and families, and the macro systems are organization, nation-states, and the human species.
2. Developmental Process Work (DPW) . This describes the methods, I have created to implement my Developmental Systems Theory. It is a systematic eclectic model of healing. I have tested the tools contained in this approach with myself, my students and my clients and found them to be effective.
3. A Trauma-Informed-Care Approach to Conflict Resolution. This is the most powerful model of conflict resolution currently available. It recognizes that any current conflict situation is likely to involve elements left over from past unresolved conflicts that were traumatizing in some way. The other powerful aspect of this model are the inclusion of step-by-step protocols that show people how to resolve all conflicts. My book, Intimate Combat: Conflict Resolution Skills For Couples describes this model of conflict resolution.
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