Being listened to
What difference does it make?
It can be a very positive experience for many people. In a therapeutic situation you are giving yourself the luxury of time, time where you will be treated as a whole person in a non-judgemental environment.
We all get stuck in our thoughts and actions from time to time. The best option is not to let it go on.
Listen to your heart and gut. Sometimes we are in our head so much we forget what we are feeling emotionally.
Maybe you have heard of the phrase “gut feeling”. Check in and listen to yourself. It maybe that you need to talk through about what is happening with you, with a professional person or you may just need to be genuinely listened to by a friend or partner. By talking it through you can work it out.
Being connected nearly at all times through Facebook, Twitter, and social media in general, seems to make it harder to engage with each other. Our attention spans are getting shorter because of the rapidity of this technology.
When listening to a person put the phone aside, look at the person and stop talking. You don’t have to agree, give a solution you just need to understand. If you don’t, ask the person to clarify, and this can help them to believe they are truly being listened to.
If you feel you would like to give yourself time to be listened to Biodynamic Therapy can be very helpful.
Biodynamic therapists pay attention to where the energy may not be flowing freely. This can be evident on many levels. We listen carefully to what you want to say and we listen to the sounds of the gut while having a biodynamic massage.
The unique nonverbal listening aspect of the biodynamic therapist is the use of a loudspeaker stetescope placed on the abdomen of the client, and being aware of the biofeedback which is the key to unlocking physical, emotional mental and spiritual pain, and can help restore health.