The essence of centralising energy and focus, to ensure the maintenance of wholeness. Stimulating the inner core of one’s being to take control of Life situations. It helps one to withdraw from peripheral concerns and focus on what is of primary importance. The effect is to deepen understanding of what caring for and helping a person can really mean, to know also when to stand back for that person’s deeper welfare. Helpful for feelings of depletion in those whose work or Life is in the service of others.
- For people who tend to “give themselves away”, and find they are exhausted in every way, and have to get away from people to allow recuperation, and this is not always possible. Very often these are care-givers in “people” jobs such as therapists, nurses, teachers, parents, group organisers. The unbalanced response comes from a lack of proper and considered perspective, although coming from a benevolent desire to be of help.
- For benevolent people suffering from “burn out”.
- For those who fail to deal with the primary causes of their problems.
- For those (sometimes termed “do-gooders”) who help others but more in a peripheral way and not really in a way that is deep or meaningful. This means they have to keep giving away their time and energy which could have been utilised, for the other person, much more wisely.