In the interview with the journalist Gabrielle ten Hevel, Bert Hellinger explains his therapeutic approach and way of thinking. He takes the reader to the deep levels of comprehension, to the path that begins with acknowledging what is. Hellinger’s ideas about entanglement and freedom, bonding and love, hidden power, conscience, the greatness of the simplicity, the progress through guilt and illusion of the force become clear and understandable. He answers the important questions about bitterness and moral, order and violence, adoption and incest. He draws clear line between responsibility in the psychotherapeutic and public fields.
Bert Hellinger was born in 1925. He studied philosophy, theology and pedagogy. He spent 16 years with Zulu tribe in South Africa as catholic missionary. He started his work as psychoanalyst, and then, through the group dynamics, primal therapy, transactional analysis and various types of hypnotherapy, he developed his own method of systemic and family therapy.
Gabrielle ten Hevel was born in 1952. She graduated in political science, presently working as a free-lancer and author at the radio station. She is also editor for contemporary history in the publication “Then – 40 years ago”. She is married, has three children and lives in Hamburg.
No other therapist in German speaking countries has aroused so much interest in public as Bert Hellinger did during last several years. Here is his book, in which Hellinger, in brief interview with journalist Gabrielle ten Hevel, gives answers about his work and ideas. In the depths of Soul, Bert Hellinger finds and touches love, which sometimes governs difficult destinies. He seeks for and finds out the resolutions that can change such destinies.
Bert Hellinger, Gabrielle ten Hevel
Healing with music – “The wonderful thing about music is that it helps us to concentrate better and meditate independent of our thoughts: the music becomes the bridge over the bay that separates the world of forms from the world of unspoken”
Inyat Khan, Sufi Master, the vina musician.
sound has strong effect on the human aura.
As meditative technique, it soothes the mind and keeps the waves of the brain on the lower level.
It can be used as background or introduction to the meditation, since it separates the listeners from the outer world, and bringing them in touch with their inner being.
Being aware of the music and aware listening to it is another way of being present here and now.
The latest researches show that low tone frequencies have positive effect on creation of new neuron pathways between right and left hemisphere of the brain. It increases the ability of learning, better focusing, concentration and feeling of calmness.
It helps lowering the level of stress and all negative emotions.
In the last 30 years, ambient and meditative music had become very popular. The common name of this new genre is “New Age”.
DIVINE SOUND PROJECT
Healing and meditative music
Branko Isakovic, the author and musician from Belgrade, is one of the pioneers of the meditative and ambient music in our country. The music and energy from his project “Divine Sound” is present at the both of the CDs of artist Biljana Krstic and her “Bistrik Orchestra”, as well as at CD “The Stories from the Times of Old” by the band “Teodulija”.
CD “Order of Love” was composed as musical background for meditations narrated by Vlado Ilic. Meditations are the part of systemic therapy, Bert Hellinger approach.
Musical CD “Order of Love” gives energy support for all types of meditations and psychological workshops. According to the listeners, it quickly provides the state of relaxation and healing.