For 30 years, Stefan Deutsch has successfully taught people that love is life-sustaining nourishment and that they deserve love. As they have learned to love self and others, and come to understand and accept that the goal of every individual is unconditionality, their lives and relationships have been transformed. Transformation was even experienced by many of the hundreds of therapists attending my national and international conference workshops, just in the span of a couple of hours.
Research has made it abundantly clear that while most modalities have similar success rates, the ‘client-therapist’ relationship is what makes a difference. How cared about a patient feels determines the success of the intervention. In other words the more ‘LOVED’ they feel, the more healing that occurs. Therefore you must start every intervention with a conversation about how clients deserve Love Unconditionally – from themselves and others.
What does this mean to your practice? It means that the first thing we need to attend to as doctors, nurses and wellness professionals, is to make sure your patients, clients, and yourselves are ‘nourished ’with unconditional loving energy. Without loving energy many interventions will have limited effectiveness otherwise. This translates into not only identifying the illness and questioning the lifestyle but asking questions about a patient’s relationship with themselves and others. These relationships affect a person’s immune system and level of stress. By ignoring them as indicators of causes that can lead to illness, we undermine the effectiveness of the protocol being prescribed as well as jeopardize long-term heath. Treating a patient in a robotic, ‘professional’ matter-of-fact way, without allowing oneself to care about them as human beings who need loving behavior, loving nourishment, is not being a healer in the most fundamental sense. Jean Watson’s Transpersonal Caring studies have shown that the more a practitioner truly cares about (read that as ‘loves’) their patient not only does the client do better, but so does the practitioner. (link to study) Giving love (read that as loving energy), not only nourishes the sick and helps their healing process, but is a fundamental need for all of us, that when met, creates a state of health and homeostasis for the giver as well.
To empower humanity to nourish itself, Loving Unconditionally can and must be taught locally and globally.
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