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HEALING MUSIC FOR WELL-BEING AND PERSONAL GROWTH

BONNY METHOD OF GUIDED IMAGERY AND MUSIC

The Bonny method of Guided Imagery and Music was developed in the 1970's by music therapist Dr. Helen Bonny and was inspired by Consciousness Raising, Client-Centered, Jungian and Transpersonal theories. Selected music contains great masterpieces by such composers as Beethoven, Brahms, Debussy, Mozart, Rachmaninov, and Vivaldi.

WE PROMOTE

WELL-BEING THROUGH MUSIC

WE PROVIDE

CREATIVE MUSIC THERAPY

WE PROPOSE

HEALING MUSIC PROGRAM

MUSIC PSYCHOTHERAPY

The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music (GIM) is a music psychotherapy used to explore one's own inner world and help work through important life issues such as disturbing old memories, losses, traumas, disturbing health conditions, relationship problems, etc.

GIM offers an exciting opportunity to see the ``big picture`` of life by accessing personal experiences and tapping into inner wisdom. Understanding yourself and your personal life path helps you live more consciously.

The uniqueness of this method lies in the synchronism of music and imagery experiences. In this process, music plays the role of a strong co-therapist and active partner. It acts as a mirror and reflects ambivalence as well as light and shadow. GIM encourages unresolved problems to surface and helps the individual find new levels of problem solving on their own.

GIM:
- helps to connect the conscious with the unconscious
- stimulates intuition and creativity
- activates your innate ability to heal and transform
- encourages to overcome difficult emotions and life situations and leads the client through the heights and depths of experiences
- reduces fears and anxieties
- reduces stress and improves well-being
- allows unresolved problems to surface and helps to remove mental and emotional blocks

for WELL-BEING and PERSONAL GROWTH

HEALING MUSIC

Carl Jung 3

Your vision will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.

Carl Jung / Philosopher, Psychoanalyst
Carl Yung 2

Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.

Carl Jung / Philosopher, Psychoanalyst
Carl Jung

The creative mind plays with the objects it loves.

Carl Jung / Philosopher, Psychoanalyst