These sessions are usually held one on one with the therapist or in small groups. We have also organized Yoga retreats naturally high where we worked more intensively with reprogramming and all naturally high stimuli to re learn and re programing old paradigm’s into a new way of seeing our life.
Free from addictions, both the addictions of substanes or emotional ones, not thou changing habots no, but thrue being more joyfull and finding a natural sourse of happiness.
The literal meaning of the word “ Samskara that comes from the Sanskrit sam (complete or joined together, well planned ) and kara (action, cause, or doing).
Mental impressions left by all thoughts, actions are the ones that make the greatest impression on our mind, it is the intention behind the action that gives power to that action.
Samskaras are the subtle impressions of our past actions.Thus, “samskara” means “the impression of, the impact of, the action we perform in awareness of its goals.” When we perform such an action, a subtle impression is deposited in our mind field.
Each time the action is repeated, the impression becomes stronger.
This is how a habit is formed.
The stronger the habit, the less mastery we have over our mind when we try to execute an action that is contrary to our habit patterns. We all have seen how our habit patterns subtly yet powerfully motivate our thoughts, speech, and actions.
In addition samskaras are individual impressions, ideas, or actions; taken together, our samskaras make up our conditioning. Repeating samskaras reinforces them, creating feeling that is difficult to resist.
Reacting impulsively only strengthens samskaras, making them even more irresistible.
When our habit patterns become so ingrained that they alter our body chemistry, it can be called “addiction.”
When they become strong enough to alter our thinking process, it is called “samskara.” At this stage we no longer remember when or how and why we started. And without introspection we fail to discover the realm of the mind where these samskaras are stored. When our mental world is totally under the influence of these powerful habits they become the determining factors of our personality, and due to these samskaras we perceive this world in our habitual ways.