Recovery process

A recovery process is for people who experience acute physical conditions, for those who suffer from severe recurring conditions that noticeably alter or affect their life and after a physical trauma (also before and after surgery).
The process is a specific methodology within the Grinberg Method. It is based on the assumption that the body would heal itself better given the right conditions. It also assumes that we are unaware of and need to re-learn how to provide these conditions, as normally the following tends to happen:
We try not to experience the fear and pain that are involved with any ongoing severe physical condition or sudden trauma—creating extra effort and further weakening the body
We attempt to disconnect from the body—especially from the area that needs to heal—in order to avoid the entire physical experience
We experience an unquiet mind and a general restlessness, as we are troubled by the condition
The recovery process attempts to achieve the best conditions for the natural healing of the body. The practitioner’s intention is to teach the client to:
  • Allow the flow of fear
  • Stop the reactions to pain
  • Quiet the mind
  • Focus the body’s attention on the area that needs it most
All of this is done in a focused and concentrated manner to encourage the intensity with which the body struggles to achieve its healing process. Ultimately, parallel to any required medical treatment, the results would be a more complete recovery over a shorter period of time.
Once an individual is beyond an acute stage, it is possible to continue with a learning process.