Who-Me Compass & PSI-CT Process

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The Who-Me Compass is: A Magick of Mind Toolkit for Storm-Sailing Abreaction Management & for Navigating the Psych-le of Source Integration and Consciousness Transformation.

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PSI-CT – The Psych-le of Source Integration and Consciousness Transformation:

The Psych-le of Source Integration and Consciousness Transformation… (PSI-CT Process) is: A Magick of Mind Approach to Therapeutic Change & Abreaction Management

The PSI-CT process includes a 4-(Who-Me)-Point 3-Step Process by which to address all 4 Who-Me Compass points so as to complete Each PSI-CT step. Completion of all 3 PSI-CT steps can facilitate each Willed Change in Consciousness.

The PSI-CT Process’s 4 Who-Me Points include:
See Me—Visual—Cognitive—Air
Feel Me—Auditory—Emotional—Water
Touch Me—Tactile—Physical—Earth
Heal Me—Olfactory—Behavioral—Fire.

The 3 PSI-CT Threshold Steps include:

 

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1) Source & Shadow Seeking (Circle 1: Primal Threshold) Anchors & Abreactions.

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2) Masque Magick (Circle 2: Archetypal Threshold) Archetypes & Active Imagination. 3) Anchor & Archetype Abjuration

2) Masque Magick (Circle 2: Archetypal Threshold) Archetypes & Active Imagination.

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3) Anchor & Archetype Abjuration (Circle 3: Transpersonal Threshold) Healing Changes in Consciousness

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Source Integration: Who-Me PSI-CT

Who-Me Sensory Symbolism

Visual – Cognitive
eyeColloquialisms that reference Visual Metaphors, such as: “I see it this way…” or “It looks to me as if…” …tend to indicate Cognitive Processes and Awareness.

Auditory – Emotional
finished-earColloquialisms that reference Auditory Metaphors, such as: “What I hear you saying is…” or “It sounds to me as if…” tend to indicate Emotional Experiences and Awareness.

Tactile – Physical
howtodrawhands4Colloquialisms that reference Tactile Metaphors, such as: “That warms my heart…,” “It hit me like a ton of bricks…,” or “I Have…” tend to indicate Physical Awareness.

Olfactory—Behavioral
drawing9Colloquialisms that reference Olfactory Metaphors, such as: “I caught the scent of…”, “I followed my nose to…”, or I Want…” …tend to indicate Behavioral Choices or Patterns.

Taste—Integrative                                                                                                              toungColloquialisms that reference Taste Metaphors, such as: “It left an odd flavor in my mouth…” tend to imply holistically integrative, “I am…” or Source sensing, self-awareness. The sense of taste also indicates what is safe to digest, and thereby to Integrate into one’s Whole-Self.

Noal_3998The Source-Psychology Perspective and Magick of Mind Model based Who-Me Healing Hypnotherapy approach, the PSI-CT process, integrates and employs psychology and hypnosis based constructs, including therapeutic techniques from: “Diversified Client-Centered Hypnosis (Hunter, 2000 part-I p. 5),” Jungian Archetypes and Active-Imagination Counseling (Chodorow 1997), Transpersonal Psychology’s Development and Quadrant theories (Wilber, 2007), and communications exercises and charting strategies which I have derive from the “Coping Skills” curricula (Fox & Serlin, 1996). Furthermore, I also employ Neuro-Linguistic-Programing based eye and body observation techniques (Bandler, & Grinder, 1979), as well as varieties of hypnotic induction and reframing techniques, including: regression, gestalt, parts therapy, progressive relaxation, safe-place relaxation, object projection (Hunter, 2000 part-II).

The Magick of Mind Model based Who-Me Healing Hypnotherapy approach, the PSI-CT process, have also been designed to emphasize the Source-Psychology Perspective construct of framing Psychotherapy as a contemporary form of Shamanic Healing-Magick or ‘So(u)rcery;’ and thereby also framing practitioners of psychotherapeutic counseling, or Psychotherapists, as contemporary So(u)rcerers.