«An adventure is a crisis that you accept, a crisis is an adventure that you refuse»
Well before the term «resilience» became fashionable, he wrote a doctoral thesis which won a prize at the Faculty of Medicine in Lausanne : « Ordeal, a Learning Experience - a study of the constructive and revelatory aspects of illness, accidents and misfortune». As his academic education did not give him the methods he needed, he trained in Ericksonian hypnosis and in several oriental approaches. After a period running a clinic in a university hospital, he opened his own psychotherapy practice. He gave psychotherapy treatment to patients for almost 20 years, before concentrating on his activities as a public speaker and teacher.
«The greatest adventure of all is Life itself, the search for what can guide our steps.»
The strength needed to survive and evolve are to be found in the unconscious. When you are close to your unconscious mind, you are close to your sources of strength. You have access to your own deepest identity. You gain the confidence all of us need to bring about change.
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