Outer-Mind Therapies

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Dr. Rick Lindal

Outer-Mind Therapies

Soul-Anchored Therapy™


Soul-Anchored Therapy (SAT) is based on the concepts explored in Dr. Lindal’s book ‘The Purpose: Your Soul’s Emotional Journey. Learning how to experience life through a different lens’.  SAT focuses on the overall picture, i.e. your reasons for existence and purpose for incarnating on Earth. It helps you explore the ultimate purpose and meaning of life; the reasons you struggle and why bad things happen. It provides an overarching perspective for existence and is used in combination with other therapy techniques described below (i.e. Logotherapy and Cognitive/Behavior Therapy) and ‘inner mind therapies’, described in the following section (i.e. age regression, releasement therapy, hypnosis, past-life regression, and life-between-lives regression).  Soul-Anchored Therapy is a therapeutic approach based on spiritual and existential concepts. It is not a therapy based on religious tenets.


Logotherapy.


Logotherapy is an existential form of psychotherapy developed by Dr. Victor Frankl.  A fundamental assumption of this approach is that everyone must live a fulfilling life and discover ‘meaning’ as a consequence of their experiences.  Logotherapy assumes that the potential for meaning exists in the world for everyone and that the individual’s task is to relate to the world in such a manner as to discover meaning through their living.  Logotherapy guides you in these terms, and will help you to focus on how to discover meaning in the various areas of your life, including your career, your relationships, and in suffering.


Cognitive/Behavior Therapy.  


This approach is based on the premise that behavior can be altered by various reinforcement strategies that either target your ‘thoughts’ or your ‘behavior’.  For example, a technique called ‘thought stopping’ is aimed at modifying ‘thoughts’ that may be troubling to you, such as persistent obsessions or ruminations about a problematic relationship.  Desensitization is another common technique that can be effective at modifying a specific troublesome behavior, such as a phobia.