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The word “obedience” tends to elicit negative reactions, because of the connotation of human tyranny and childhood coercive experiences. But the obedience we are talking about here refers to the willingness to listen to and to be governed by impartations of Divine Mind, coming to us moment by moment.Read More
Students of Metapsychiatry listed in the PAGL Newsletter who work with individuals and lead PAGL Group meetings:
Heather Brodhead: email@example.com or call (California): 805.898.9931.
Susan Fisher: (Connecticut) 203.332.4890
Bruce & Diana Kerievsky: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: (New Jersey): 609.662.4911
Nancy Rosanoff: nancy@rosanoff. com or call (New York): 914.930.7095
Susan von Reichenbach: susan@theMetaWay.com or call (Connecticut): 860.405.4044.
Spiritual guidance looks for the answers to life’s difficulties beyond superficial cures and coping mechanisms to understanding something about who we really are and what life is all about.
All problems are psychological and all solutions are spiritual.
-Dr. Thomas Hora
Problems cannot be solved from within the mindset that is experiencing the problem. Any good solution needs to come from a larger, wider, more elevated view of the situation.
Metapsychiatry is a method of spiritual guidance. It begins with the premise that we are spiritual beings capable of transcending the human condition we find ourselves in. In other words, we have the capacity to see our situation from a larger perspective.
The larger view of any situation can open us to the wisdom necessary to see our problems with the awareness of the transcendent self. Just as looking at a map can provide the larger view needed to guide the way when traveling in unfamiliar territory.
A Metapsychiatrically oriented spiritual guide is a committed and well-seasoned fellow journeyer on the path of truth realization. The dialogue between seeker and guide is a joint endeavor in the search for what is true, meaningful and helpful regarding the issues and questions brought to the meeting by the seeker.