Read more about the emotional skills. In my research, I reviewed the differences and similarities in hundreds of psychotherapeutic approaches, and I found that there is no real 'therapy', but a special situation in which the 'therapist' creates for the 'client' a temporary sense of a safe place. Only thanks to this sense of safety the client can identify and listen to his own feelings and sometimes even change them.
Thus, I found that the sense of a safe place that help us cope with our natural death anxiety is the efficient practice of our emotional skills. Instead of 'healing' or manipulating my clients, I teach them how to identify their emotional skills and improve them by themselves, by regular practice, without being dependent on therapists or counselors.
The emotional skills enable us to attune ourselves to reality and create a sense of a safe place.
The Emotional Process
According to the method of Emotional Training we are motivated by the need to reduce our natural death anxiety as much as possible, and to create a sense of a safe place. This is the role of the emotional process.
New concept of human nature
The method of Emotional Training is based on a new revolutionary concept of human nature. This concept doesn't distinguish between body and 'mind', and defines emotions as physical responses to stimuli from reality. Such a concept is resonated with new researches in neuroscience and with the understanding that empathy is inborn.
Emotional Training is based on the assumption that we can be responsible for our actions, our bodies, our health and our feelings and that we don't have to be dependent on others or to face foreseen crises.