T.M.A Therapy
Multi-dimensional Analytical Therapy

  • The 'TMA' is the abbreviation of ' Therapie Multidimensionnelle Analytique', Multi-dimensional Analytical Therapy in English.

    What is 'Toi mon amie Thérapie'? 'You, my friend therapy' ?


    This therapy consists in helping you use different materials and techniques to:
    . Liberate and heal your inner-child.
    . Reclaim your self-confidence
    . Gain or Regain your self-esteem
    Thanks to a systematic approach of the two spheres of our Being, Physical and Psychic, Conscious and Unconscious, this journey to full consciousness will lead you to know “WHO YOU ARE”. ( To be precise, it is the soul or the inner-child that I address at the core of the personality )
    This therapeutic practice is innovative, as it reunites the 2 spheres.
    Thanks to a number of awakenings, that you will have during the sessions, you will successfully rebalance your energies and heal your reductive thought patterns.
    'You, my friend Therapy' contributes to:
    . An evolution of your conscience and the elevation of your soul.
    . Rediscovering your internal balance and initiate your grounding by the process of Bio-resonance.
    . Rebalancing the Physical Sphere which consists in deprogramming the internal physical and mental memory of the cells by a floating verbal receptive ear that also allows grounding of the etheric body. The rebalancing of the Psychic Sphere consists of making the patient conscious of the underlying causes of their malaise and their blockages that creates a schematic dysfunction and self functioning.  


    LIBERATION AND DEPROGRAMMING OF CELLULAR MEMORY

    What is cellular memory?

    From the moment of our conception, we register in our bodies the emotions associated with events that hurt us or are even traumatic. More often than not, by a protective mechanism, these events have been repressed, leaving us unconscious of the effects that they create in our daily lives. Even though they are well ingrained in our cells, these memories are responsible for much of the pain inhibiting us from freely fulfilling our lives.
    They are the origin of most of our illnesses and also our negative behaviors and repetitive patterns in life. Even what we consider to be our character traits are impregnated by these memories that carry us in spite of ourselves. All they ask is they be brought to conscience and liberated.

    What are the consequences of our cellular memory?

    During unfortunate events when the emotional charge is too high to be liberated, the memory is engraved into our body's memory, leaving each of us affected by this memory. These memories have as many diverse consequences as their number in our lives. Nevertheless, the majority of these memories can be categorised into 3 categories:
    . They can materialise in our physical body in the form of pain and disease, known as 'psychosomatic'.
    . They can be responsible for our behaviour and even more commonly referred to as our weaknesses.
    . They can provoke certain events or repetitive patterns in our lives.

    The impact of memories on disease....'It's psychosomatic!'

    First of all, I would like to be clear about 'psychosomatic' diseases, as too often we associate this term with the fact that the disease doesn't exist and that it is imagined. Yet the term psychosomatic disease does not suggest that it exists only in 'our head'. The disease or pain really does exist, but they are more likely to have a psychic, psychological and/or emotional origin than a physical one.
    From a scientific point of view, we notice that under stress the organism produces corticosteroids that lower the immune defences which then inevitably exposes the individual to infections.

    Moreover, recent studies seem to indicate that 40 – 50 % of doctor visits originate from psychosomatic diseases and that certain practicians go even further to say that almost all diseases are psychosomatic.


    What is somatisation?

    The most simple way to explain somatisation is a translation of a physical conflict or mental suffering. In a certain way the body reflects externally what is going on internally. In a nutshell, what is not expressed, is engraved.

    What are the main symptoms?

    This list is not exhaustive, but covers in general the most common:

    . Most gastrointestinal troubles represent psychosomatic illnesses, the most frequent: the liver, the intestines, the colon, …
    . Skin diseases are also originating from the psyche. Psoriasis, warts, herpes, excessive transpiration, couperose, scabs and ulcers appear when we are upset or emotional.
    . Even in infants and children, somatisation take place in cases such as: eczema, insomnia, irregular sleeping patterns, vomiting, asthma, growth delays...
    . According to scientists, even the evolution of certain cancers can be attributed to psychic disruptions. The American scholar, Lawrence Le Shan determined that brutal solitude, a violent emotional shock or a desperate psychological state can intervene on the morbidity of cancer.
    . Eating disorders such as bulimia and anorexia and even alcoholism, obesity and cardiovascular diseases are associated with an excessive consumption of certain fatty foods or sugar... all these are often the consequence of very strong emotions.
    . Arterial hypertension and migraines also appear with a number of symptoms during emotional imbalances.

    The impact of memories on our behaviour and personality.

    When we experience an emotion in the present moment that resonates with a past emotion, this triggers a recognition process. Our body finds a similar experience in its database and henceforth reactivates the according emotion related to the event. As a result, one can accentuate, amplify or even completely exaggerate the present emotion. It is due to this type of functioning that certain people become very angry for something insignificant, while others become depressed for a mere incident or even those who find themselves in a state of terror or panic. That is how phobic or depressive people become trapped in their original emotion despite themselves while having no way to control their state.

    The most common symptoms

    • Phobias, depression, worries, insomnia, nervousness, …
    • Aggressivity, anger, destructive behaviours, …
    • Shyness, lack of confidence, defeats, feelings of insecurity, …
    • Laxity, indecision, irritability, sadness, shame, guilt, …
    • Difficulty in letting go : fear of losing control
    • Relationship difficulties, communication difficulties
    • Fear of the unknown and change

    Examples

    • Hydrophobia can simply occur from a childhood memory if you have almost drowned. In this case, seeing water can reactivate in you the emotion from the childhood event. However, this phobia can also be an inherited memory that has been passed down from your grandmother who lost her son by drowning.
    • Difficulty in committing to a long-term relationship can come from a willingness to avoid an eventual separation at all costs due to an incident in your childhood so as not to re-live such suffering again. Such difficulty can also stem from a fear of abandonment that your mother suffered due to someone who left. She has thus passed down this fear of re-living such suffering.une telle souffrance. Elle peut aussi venir d’une blessure d’abandon face à une personne que votre maman aimait et qui est partie. Elle vous a alors transmis cette peur de revivre cette même souffrance.

    The impact of memories on repetitive events and patterns in our lives

    “ All that doesn't come to our consciousness finds itself in the form of destiny ”
    Carl Gustav Jung


    Psychogeneology or those ancestors that pass on their experiences.

    When it is said that our character resembles that of our parents, our uncles or our grandfather, it is simply because we carry the same emotional baggage and the same memories. In the same way, they pass down their stories and experiences. When we start to work on Psychogeneology, it is most remarkable when we look into the events of each of our family members and especially those of our forefathers. When we start to elaborate on dates as well as feats, we find strange similarities in our defeats, deaths, betrayals, breakups, number of children, abortions or miscarriages ; but also in the relationships they had between them, disputes, abandon or rejections they lived. It is here that we can clearly identify repetitive cycles in our family line.
    Nevertheless, beyond this our own cycles and repetitive life patterns that we pass on to our children and all our descendants. It is our duty for ourselves and for our descendants to cut these bonds that keep us in infernal spirals.

    Repetitive symptoms

    • Sterility, miscarriages, pregnancy complications, …
    • Separations, humiliations, abandons, rejections, betrayals, …
    • Professional failures, relationships, lovers, ..
    • Abuse, incest, abuse of power, violence, …

    Case examples

    • Sterility can be a consequence of an ancestor who died during childbirth, that is to avoid the danger of death, the body won't allow a birth.
    • Someone who is regularly betrayed in their intimate relationships can carry in their memory the belief from their grandmother who believed all men betray.

    How to become conscious of our cellular memories?

    It is in our history, in our past that we can find the source of our problems and responses to our questions. Unfortunately, the temptation to pierce the secrets of our unconscious may not turn out to be so simple if we decide to go at it alone. When we are in pain, we have a tendency to get stuck in our problems. One must have the ability to look at one's own life from a distance and look at it from a different angle. Subsequently that involves stopping the mental and leaving all judgements and analysis to the side to simply listen to ourselves, our emotions, our feelings and our intuition. For it is in our unconscious that lies all our hidden hurts, memories and sufferings. By survival instinct the body protects us from this suffering and when it is judged too painful, the unconscious swallows it up to forget it. Nonetheless, these 'forgotten' hurts and sufferings are still inside of us. They live in our subconscious and are often somatised.

    It is by the reconnection with our inner child that we can become conscious of the suffering, beliefs and fears that keep us in our negative patterns. It is by reconnecting with our hurt inner-child that is within that we can finally bring to the surface the cause of our problem in order to liberate it. We can then 're-feel' with consciousness this original hurt as to re-feel in nothing more than to just 'feel again'. When we feel something again we allow the memories and emotions to emerge that we felt the very first time. Moreover it is very clearly the case for phobias. When someone as a child has been bitten by a dog, they keep inside of them the fear and panic towards dogs once they are an adult. Their body brings back the memory of the first fear. Phobias are extreme cases and are nearly always a product of a shock or a traumatic triggering incident. But to a lesser extent for all our memories the psychic functioning is identical.

    How to liberate our cellular memories?

    Once we have found and become conscious of the origin of our pain, the greatest part of the work is done. Actually to regain contact with our emotions that have been suppressed or repressed and to allow them to be expressed and flow freely in our bodies is what really liberates us.