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You go about life and all is good. You are happy.
Happiness is feeling good. It means your life is how you want it to be.
Next thing, something happens and you don't feel so good. 
Feeling stress means you don't want what is happening in your life.
How to get back on track? In our approach you start with becoming aware of your self, your experience and your environment.
Directing your attention back on what you want in life is the quickest way to return to happiness.
Find the answers in you and be an active observer. The more aware you are, the more active you can be in making decisions aligned with what you want and who you are.
The aim is to be your true self: a balanced, congruent and unified being living the life you imagined.
Sometimes it requires healing, reframing, releasing, relearning and remembering the parts of you that block or distract you from being your true self.
Through Intentional Experiential Therapy, we guide you in finding answers through experience and reflection on your experience - often while in a theta state of mind (deep relaxation).

To realign yourself with your true self we teach and apply different practices tailored to you as part of Intentional Experiential Therapy :

Experience Making sessions are for learning the foundations of experience making.

Pit Stop is a rapid session to rebounce, reset and help you get back on track.

Transformational therapy is for a deep dive into a subject.

Hypnosis is to dive even deeper into a subject. Learn more.

Integrational therapy helps you integrate new elements after a significant life event.

Simulations let you explore how various scenarios play out.

All practices aim to bring balance and alignment in you on all levels:

Awareness: This is your most essential sense of self: you as the observer of yourself, your experiences and your environment.

Desire: All starts with your desire to experience (something).

Being: Being is the version of you that best facilitates experiencing your desires. It's your identity, role or state.

Thinking: Your experiences originate through thought, believes, assumptions and ideas.

Feeling: Feelings are your compass telling you what's working and what is not: you feel good or not good.

Doing: Actions is how your desires and experiences come to life.

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