Wholistic Psychonomy! The definition you might be wondering?
Wholistic Psychonomy aims to uncover the Laws of the Soul and it offers a pathway, which is as wholistic as we can make it, into the heart and soul of who we are as human beings. It offers methods and guidance through the maze of the mind and emotions, in order to create a fit vehicle for the infusion of soul.
This training has evolved over the last 30 years and continues to encompass all the latest insights into the relationship between the soul and our personalities. It is such an exciting field to be involved in and I encourage you, if you have the slightest interest in healing – yourself and/or others – that you join me and a growing band of others determined to make a difference in the world and to assist in the raising of the consciousness of this planet.
For those who know that they could do a lot better than they are either in their career, their business or their relationships, this is a great training to delve deeply into the actual cause and transform and transcend all past limitations making a good life into a great life.
A little bit of background:
Back in 2000 when I was searching for a word to describe the course I had been developing over the last 10 years, I sat meditating in a dell in the Great Dividing Range just outside of our national capital: Canberra.
As I sat in deep meditation the word Psychonomy dropped in.
In the end we didn’t end up calling it Wholistic Psychonomy and instead went for the seemingly easier pathway – Wholistic Psychology, which initially proved very successful.
We spent many intensive hours accrediting Wholistic Psychology nationally and even had the president of the APA (Australian Psychological Association) as part of the board that finally approved this accreditation of the Certificate IV in Wholistic Psychology. It was quite an achievement and took a lot of long hours and many resources and the usual blood, sweat and tears to achieve this along with establishing an Registered Training Organisation (RTO) from which we could run it.
Having achieved a great deal of success in training some excellent practitioners, we were banned from using the word psychology. This was a severe blow to our blossoming College where the main training we offered was in Wholistic Psychology.
In a nutshell then, Wholistic Psychonomy is a call to not just listen to what our soul is telling us but to act on that and follow through, persevering in the face of opposition and adversity. It has been the biggest lesson in my life.
I encourage everyone to always follow the dictates of their soul. It is truly the answer to achieving the most important kind of success, which can only be judged by oneself.
I have approached this journey called life with a great sense of adventure and a yearning to be fully who I am – whoever and whatever I am, to myself and others. This is in spite of … or perhaps because of … the fact that I have experienced extreme losses in my life at a very young age … I’m obviously not the only one.
These days I find myself thinking that no one is exempt from the pain (or the joy) of living this life fully.
I invite you to learn more about yourself on a Transformation Call with me.