Today on the Soul Action Radio Show
"Like the courage it takes to do psychotherapy, going on a guided meditation is an act of self-love," insists psychotherapist Silvia Stenitzer.
Monday Morning Magic from Inkandescent® PR + Publishing Co. — Get ready to go on a Guided Meditation Vacation with psychotherapist Silvia Stenitzer, host of the new podcast on Inkandescent Radio, Soul Action.
Silvia says: “Like the courage it takes to do psychotherapy, going on a guided meditation is an act of self-love. My own suffering and longing for full expression and aliveness have led me on an ever-evolving journey inward. I could not have embarked on this perilous adventure alone: for good parts of the way, I have found support and encouragement from insightful therapists, the wisdom of yoga, a most poetic Qi-Gong practice, and countless serendipitous offerings from friends and strangers. My passion for working with people therapeutically and creatively grew out of a deep desire for connection and intimacy.”
In her practice, Silvia uses an eclectic approach: “My emphasis is on experiential therapies such as action methods, psychodrama, embodied mindfulness practice, interpersonal neurobiology, and principles of Carl Jung’s psychology. Drawing, painting, and embodying our experiences offer insight into our unconscious ways of living life. The body serves us beautifully as a story, memory, and inspiration source. Sensory self-awareness forms the basis for us to know what we feel and how we are. This self-knowledge can help relieve our suffering and guide us towards personal fulfillment and satisfying, meaningful relationships.”
Check it out: Click here to learn more about Silvia and her work: silviastenitzer.com. Click here to listen to her Soul Action podcasts! And be sure to read her new column in BeInkandescent Health & Wellness magazine.
We leave you with this parting thought from Silvia: “I trust the deep wisdom of the body, our innate self-healing abilities, and the magic of interpersonal connection. Movement, action, psychodrama, improvisation, art expression, dreams, play, and meditation are our allies on the journey to Self; a recovered/reconnected Self that then can engage compassionately with the “other,” living and thriving in the interconnectedness of all.”
Until next Monday: May you engage in multiple acts of self-love every day this week. — Hope Katz Gibbs, founder, and president, Inkandescent® Inc. Inkandescent.us