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August 2010

YoZen Mind – The Total cure for all Psychological challenges!

By |2019-09-08T16:12:41+05:30August 12th, 2010|counseling, hypnotherapy, mental health, mental illness, Mind cure, psycho challenges, psychology, stress free, total cure, yozen therapy|

YOZEN Mind
Life, Psychology & Meditation.
The Total cure for all Psychological challenges!
The Ultimate way to Self-realization!
The real path leads to Higher stage in Meditation!
The way of living your Life!
Is this your Problem?
Dis-interest in studies
Lack of Concentration.
Absent mindedness
Shyness
Exam fear
Interview Fear
Inferiority complex
phobias (1000s of fear without reason)
Guilt feeling/ Self Pity
Undue Anger
Illusions/Delusions.
Suicidal feeling
OCD/ Obsessive Cleanliness.
Insomnia ( sleeplessness)
Anxiety/Depression
Stress/Tension
Stammering/ Female voice
What is Yozen Therapy?
Yozen Therapy is the combination of Indian Yogic and Zen mind methodologies.
An absolute new science of Mind found and practicing by Guru Mohan BalKrishna for more than 15 years and has cured / heightened the awareness for more than 10,000 participants.
He declares that any one can succeed in Life and live happily provided His/Her past negative engrams / impressions could be wiped out from the hidden sub-conscious mind. Yozen Therapy is an answer to all mind-related-issues, insanities, psychoses, neuroses, compulsions, repressions and social derangements. Yozen Therapy is the fastest remedy of all existing methods in the world and it invariably cures, ruling out, delete the insanities/malfunctioning of Mind.
Yozen Therapy, what it does:
1.    Yozen Therapy is an organized Science of Mind built on definite principles
      and natural laws of human mind like any other physical sciences.
2.   Yozen Therapy contains a therapeutic technique with which can be treated
      all inorganic mental illnesses and all organic psycho-somatic disorders with assurance of complete cure in unselected cases.
3.   Yozen Therapy produces a condition of ability and rationality for both man and woman well in advance of the current norm, enhancing rather than destroying his/her vigor and personality.
4.   Yozen therapy gives a complete insight into the full potentialities of the mind, discovering them to be well in excess of past supposition.
5.   The basic nature of the Man is discovered in Yozen Therapy, and it can be
brought into action in any individual completely.
6.   A particular source of mental derangement is discovered and demonstrated
      on a clinical or laboratory basis by Yozen Therapy.
7.   The extent, storage capacity and recallability of the human memory is
      finally established in Yozen Therapy.
8.   With Yozen Therapy ends the “necessity” of destroying the brain by shock,
 surgery or any lengthy consumption of tablets.
9.   Yozen Therapy removes the undue fears, anxieties and guilt feelings
      altogether that results in balancing the mind and freeing from any type of
      ‘emotional bondage’ and slavery to any great people/pseudo organizations.
10.  Yozen Therapy make the people “Self-realized” and understand the goal of
Life and the beauty of it.
What is mind? What is its role in our Life?
Mind is the master of our Life!
If our Mind is not strong and positive, life would never be happy and successful !
The Mind only brings fame, money and prestige to every human being, not the physical body!
Are we living our life worthy?
If one is affected psychologically Life would be utterly meaningless though he/she acquires wealth, health, status etc.
Most of us are living our life just for the sake of living it. We do not know the real meaning and real Happiness of Life!
Our inner mind is constantly craving for recognition and appreciation from others for temporary happiness.
This craving starts from our childhood and grows till our last breathe.
Atlast we feel this life as a boring one and then get totally immersed into a kind of depressions and anxieties for ever.
At one stage we hate everyone at home, in friendship, in the office etc, and finally hated by all.
Some times we feel more fearful, confused and low-esteemed for some invisible root and causes hidden in our “Inner-Mind”.
That is why we could not involve fully in to education / career / business and bound to fail in all our efforts.
What is mind? What is its role in our Life?
Mind is the master of our Life!
If our Mind is not strong and positive, life would never be happy and successful !
The Mind only brings fame, money and prestige to every human being, not the physical body!
What kind of person can undergo in to Yozen Therapy?
There is no special kind of Yozen patients as such. Yozen patients range in age from 12 to 48 with the greatest percentage in the mid-twenties. Their occupations vary from spiritualists to professionals of all kinds, including many psychologists and people in this art. Patients come from all religious backgrounds and from all parts of our country and from many states for the past 15 years. The great bulk of Yozen patients have had their previous therapy ranging from Psychoanalysis, Hypnotherapy, Gestalt therapy, Transactional analysis etc..etc.. for many years!
After the patient completed Yozen Therapy, what is he like?
He/She functions in a new way. He become very much normal and is interested in his self rather than satisfying and thinking of others. The normal does not feel lonely and never need to surround him with people or to join some clubs. He never exaggerates, over reacts or under reacts with any one. He gives true reactions appropriately to the situations and context.
The Yozen people are normally normal and stable.
They are content to be just where they are and do not have to imagine that real life is ‘out-there-some where’. The real or normal Yozen people will not have continuing relationship with unreal people. The neurotic is not likely to continue a relationship where his/her neurotic needs are not being served /addressed.  The unreal people tend to seek out those individuals who share this kind of unreal ideas and attitudes. Yozen normal is not interested in the exploitation of others and the unrealistic needs either.
Yozen normal would be neither jealous nor guilt-ridden. After Yozen Therapy they do always see in full color, hear in full tone, or sense at the optimum with their organs of smell, taste, tactile and organic sensation. Then Yozen normal perceives the present and facing the reality of Life as it is. He/she never fantasizes but thinks and reacts in the normal way and leads his/her life to the optimum positive level.
Yozen Therapy is bridging the gap between your Aspiration and Ability!
Yozen Therapy gives you the fresh breathe and fresh mind!
Yozen Therapy, the ONLY solution for all mind related issues !!

February 2010

What is Counseling Psychology?

By |2019-09-08T16:12:41+05:30February 18th, 2010|counseling, hypnotherapy, mental health, mind, phobias, stress free|

 

Definition of Counseling:

There have always been counselors — people who listen to others and help resolve difficulties — but the word does not always mean the same thing. One hears of carpet counselors, color-coordination counselors, pest-control counselors, financial counselors, and so on. These counselors are most often glorified sales personalities.

They are to counseling what furniture doctors are to medicine. Counseling as a profession is relatively new. It grew out of the guidance movement, in opposition to traditional psychotherapy. To understand what counseling is, you must first understand these two concepts.

Guidance

Guidance is the process of helping people make important choices that affect their lives, such as choosing a preferred life-style. While the decision-making aspect of guidance has long played an important role in the counseling process, the concept itself, as an often-used word in counseling, “has gone the way of ‘consumption’ in medicine” (Tyler, 1986, p. 153). It has more historical significance than present-day usage. 
Nevertheless, it sometimes distinguishes a way of helping that differs from the more encompassing word counseling.
One distinction between guidance and counseling is that while guidance focuses on helping individuals choose what they value most, counseling focuses on helping them make changes. Much of the early work in guidance occurred in schools: an adult would help a student make decisions, such as deciding on a vocation or course of study. That relationship was between unequals — teacher and pupil — and was beneficial in helping the less-experienced person find direction in life. Similarly, children have long received “guidance” from parents, ministers, scout leaders, and coaches. 
In the process they have gained an understanding of themselves and their world (Shertzer & Stone, 1981). This type of guidance will never become passé; no matter what the age or stage of life, a person often needs help in making choices. Yet such guidance is only one part of the overall service provided by professional counseling.

Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy (or therapy) traditionally focuses on serious problems associated with intrapsychic, internal, and personal issues and conflicts. Characteristically, it emphasizes the following issues (Pietrofesa, Hoffman, and Splete, 1984; Super, sychotherapists and clinical psychologists generally use the term psychotherapy to describe their work. Whether clients receive counseling or psychotherapy, however, os often determined by the professionals who provide the service (Trotzer & Trotzer, 1986). Some counseling theories are commonly referred to as therapies and can be used in either a counseling or therapy setting. There are other similarities in the counseling and psychotherapy process.
Generally, when making a distinction between psychotherapy and counseling, you should consider two criteria. First, psychotherapy usually involves a long-term relationship (20 to 40 sessions over a period of six months to two years) that focuses on reconstructive change. Counseling, on the other hand, tends to be ashort-term relationship (8 to 12 sessions spread over a period of less than six months) and focuses on the relationship of developmental and situational problems. Second, counseling is usually provided in outpatient settings (nonresidential buildings, such as schools or community agencies), whereas therapy is provided in both outpatient and inpatient settings (residential treatment facilities such as mental hospitals).

Counseling

Both the American Counseling Association (ACA) and Division 17 (Counseling Psychology) of the American Psychological Association (APA) have defined counseling on numerous occasions. Their definitions contain a number of common points, some of which follow.
Counseling is a profession. Practitioners should complete a prescribed course of study usually leading to a master’s degree or a doctorate degree. Counselors are members of organizations that set professional and ethical standards and promote state licensing and certification by national associations (Wittmer & Loesch, 1986). The process of certification and licensing and the adherence to ethical codes assure the public that the counselor meets minimal educational and professional standards. Counselors should possess personal qualities of maturity, empathy, and warmth. Overall, counseling is active and differs considerably from passively listening to problems.
Counseling deals with personal, social, vocational, empowerment, and educational concerns. Counselors work only in areas in which they have expertise. These areas may include intra- and interpersonal concerns related to school or college adjustment, mental health, aging, marriage or family issues, employment, and rehabilitation.
Counseling is conducted with persons who are considered to function within the “normal range”.Clients have adjustment, development, or situational concerns; and their problems require short-term intervention. They are not considered “sick” but “stuck”. Sometimes they just need information, but usually they are looking for a way to clarify and use the information they already possess.
Counseling is theory-based and takes place in a structured setting. Counselors draw from a number of theories and work in a structured environment, such as an office setting, with various individuals, groups and families.
Counseling is a process in which clients learn how to make decisions and formulate new ways of behaving, feeling, and thinking. Counselors focus on the goals their clients wish to achieve. Clients explore their present levels of functioning and the changes that must be made to achieve personal objectives. Thus, counseling involves both choice and change, evolving through distinct stages such as exploration, goal setting, and action (Brammer, 1993; Egan, 1990).
Counseling encompasses various subspecialties.Subspecialties include school or college counseling, marriage and family counseling, mental health counseling, gerontological counseling, rehabilitation counseling, addiction counseling, and career counseling. Each has specific educational and experimental requirements for the practitioners.

Thus, counseling can be more precisely defined as a relatively short-term, interpersonal, theory-based process of helping persons who are basically psychologically healthy resolve developmental and situational problems. Counseling activities are guided by ethical and legal standards and go through distinct stages from initiation to termination . Personal, social, vocational, and educational matters are all areas of concern; and the profession encompasses a number of subspecialties. A practitioner must complete a required course of study on either the master’s or doctoral level to be licensed or certified as a professional.

For more details visit wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Counseling_psychology

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