Attitudinal Healing Japan
Attitudinal Healing Japan
This is our sixth year as Attitudinal Healing Japan and we are enjoying our experiments to try to let go of fear in every aspect of our activities. We have developed several ways to disseminate Attitudinal Healing in rural areas, including AH Support Groups on Skype and “safer” workshops for those who have concern about confidentiality issues. We are glad to be so flexible.
We are exploring ways to give training without any hierarchy, trying to develop more organic forms of Attitudinal Healing rather than having formal and official structures. It is stimulating to facilitate AH groups without any motivation to change others, and we find it even more interesting to give training in that way.
It is easy to become a teacher when you give training to others, but we are trying to let go of that attitude so the role of teacher and student continues to change, while taking quality control issues into account. We are discussing ways to focus primarily on our own inner peace, which would surely guarantee the quality of the training, even when the participants want to view us as teachers.
We prefer letting go of any form that limits the Attitudinal Healing community itself, and we are willing to deal with various forms using the Attitudinal Healing Principles and perspective.
Attitudinal Healing International provides monthly training sessions via SKYPE for our Center’s Facilitator Training Course. Trainees also have the opportunity to directly ask Drs. Jampolsky and Cirincione questions relevant to the applications of Attitudinal Healing to personal and professional issues and situations.
Many of us are introducing the spirit of Attitudinal Healing outside of the AH community into business, medicine, politics, prisons, and schools. Attitudinal Healing is being adapted into many arenas of life in Japan and we are glad to see it well accepted.
Hiroko Mizushima, M.D., Ph.D.
Former Member of Parliament
Founder Attitudinal Healing - Japan
3-12-38, Motoazabu, Minato-ku
- 4 minutes walk from Azabu-Juban (Toei Oedo Line)
- 7 minutes walk from Azabu-Juban (Tokyo Metro Nanboku Line)
- 11 minutes walk from Roppongi (Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line)
Online support groups are offered daily. Please contact Tomoko Anzai at [email protected] for more details.
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