The Phases of Ortho-Bionomy (Simple)

There are four Phases of Ortho-Bionomy:

 

Phase 1: It doesn't exist (an impossibility)

 

Phase 2: It doesn't exist (an impossibility

 

Phase 3: It doesn't exist (an impossibility)

 

Phase 4: Focus on the somatic aspect of the body. Positional release

 

Phase 5: It becomes transpersonal; Introduce "not doing"

 

Phase 6: "Aura work." Greater depth of intimacy without contact. 

 

Phase 7: Distance healing. Everything is connected.

 

The Phases as Levels of Intimacy

 

This accounting is oversimplified but a student is likely to go through the training program with some similar simple understanding.

 

Phase 4 was initially taught as the place to begin, as "basic" so that, today, is called basic. Begin learning Ortho-Bionomy with a Phase 4 class. Then there was an "advanced" class where one would learn to use Phase 5 and Phase 6. Phase 7 was taught by invitation only. Phase 7 itself would indicate who might be invited. Self-delusion came into play here.

 

The vision is for Ongoingness; Life continuing on . . . .

 

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