Rubenfeld Synergy Method operates from a platform of 18 principles, each of which constitutes a kind of belief or intention with which we go into a session with a client. The full list is here at Janet Cook’s blog, but I find myself wanting to expand on each principle in a series of posts.
For the next 18 weeks, then, I will endeavor to write a substantive post on each of the principles, to give readers here a deeper sense of the work and of how I view it.
Some of the principles – having to do with “life force” and “souls” – may strike some of my readers as wifty, and be alienating to those who prefer a hard science approach to healing. Some others – like “confusion facilitates change” – probably need further expansion just to explain. My main hope in this endeavor, then, is to demonstrate my understanding of this work, and to facilitate greater understanding in those who aren’t yet familiar with it.
As always, please feel free to comment here; I welcome discussion and debate, and I’m always learning.
For now, here is the list of the 18 principles; I’ll return to this post and link each one to the entry describing it.
The 18 principles of Rubenfeld Synergy Method (RSM)
1. Each individual is unique.