How to understand, process and integrate Colourpuncture ‘Conflict Resolution’ journeys?

First, let’s visualise where our patient is when they come to you on Conflict Resolution session by looking at the background: what their session today is a part of?

Remember that our health (including mental health) is only a part of our whole life and within health there is a small portion of it called ‘the problem they want to resolve with Colorpuncture Conflict Resolution’. Without looking at the whole we can’t completely see this part that we are dealing with at any given Colourpuncture treatment. 

Visualise the wheel of life: your self, your body, your immediate environment – such as your room, your house – your daily activities, your broader surroundings, people in your life, your spiritual endeavours. We may be reacting to Colourpuncture but there are other things which affect us: family situation, day to day work situation, financial worries, unmet needs in daily life, certain phase of periods in women, phase of the Moon…it’s easy to explain everything by Colorpuncture and it’s equally easy to dismiss Colourpuncture workings altogether, but the truth is: we react to a sum total of everything we experience + the specific triggers, ‘pressed upon buttons’ which Colourpuncture highlights and brings to our awareness in a full light, for our conscious consideration and well, resolution. 

This may create an impression that Colourpuncture ‘finds your buttons and presses them’ somewhat magically through actions of other people or events on your life. However, Colourpuncture doesn’t add anything new; through a soul-deep relaxation and fine tuned balancing of energy flow in Acupuncture meridians and other networks on the skin, Colorpuncture only removes the layers and layers of suppression and blockages: as such this can trigger the rearrangement of ill-built emotional and informational structures on the inside – and ultimately lifestyle choices and habits system on the outside.  

So, together with your patient – or yourself with somebody who can act as a dispassionate observe such as your therapist or a seriously honest friend – take a long, deep and detached, dispassionate look at everything, keep a cool head and see all there is in your life and in your body – all of it. Because apart from ‘diluting’ Colourpuncture to manage reactions you also need to actually take any necessary practical measures because after all Conflict Resolution is supposed to be an active process – a lot of the time – so we end up with a better aligned lifestyle, a set of better habits and daily routines. For this to happen, some (or many) things need to be brought to light clarified, understood, de-assembled, reassessed and potentially rearranged in a better order – or accepted and so seen as assets, this can happen too; Colourpuncture excels as a ‘non-verbal psychology’ at conflict resolution.

 

Colourpuncture Conflict Resolution, practical tips: 

With so many great realisations during Conflict Resolution journey, each needs to take its place in our new worldview, life perception and adjusted self-image. De-assemble/reassemble process happens naturally with Colorpuncture but it helps to see it as such. Helpful support can include: 

  • taking breaks to integrate – many patients intuitively feel it and will tell you. Especially true with deep therapies such as ancestry or archetypal insights – these explain a lot, feel very strongly and yet being far removed from our daily reality and often not fully ‘ours’, not personal as for example our childhood memories which – no matter difficult or happy or just confusing, are anchored on our body and so meridian and other body’s networks such as in Acupuncture, Colourpuncture, Dream Zones network, Reflexology Zones etc ‘hold’ that. Whatever our body ‘holds’ can be released through body therapies and especially Colourpuncture, in skilled hands. 
  • apart from taking breaks to integrate, we can also do a body session to two in between, it helps to anchor the changes on the body, to re-adjust and support. If you use Colourpuncture for self-care you need to take a full responsibility and ask for help (or refer your patient on) when you realise that the feelings are too complex for you to handle and you can see that you hit limitations in processing
  • take action! Do what is needed – or create a good plan to follow – practical things which will work for your patient or for you to bring a full resolution in complex situation when part of Conflict resolution highlights the need for practical change on some aspect of your/your patient’s life 
  • engage into physical exercise: this is a really effective and often forgotten way to process: this can be as simple as just going for a walk. Often we intuitively feel that we just need to get up and walk around as ultimately Colorpuncture is a body therapy and moving our body is the best way to support  processing. Then we can support our soul and spirit in further processing and integration with Dreamwork and Journalling. The key here is to find what will work for a particular person, may be by trying several options or reflecting on what worked in the past or unfulfilled dreams – what they always wanted but never came to doing. The ease of it, the accessibility are important too. All this serves the same goal: anchoring the changes on the body, reconnecting body, mind and soul.

Good luck with your Colourpuncture, any questions – please reach out using the form below 🙂

 

 

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