Instead of talking and conceptualizing, in bifocal approaches clients face their fears and limitations, promoting clarity and serenity in inner experience.
The Introvision method has been continuously developed, tested and empirically investigated at the University of Hamburg since 1986 under the direction of Prof. Dr. Angelika C. Wagner.
In a form of wide perception related to mindfulness practice, the client faces his greatest fears and successively dissolves them. This seemingly simple method convinces with its quick effectiveness and its sustainability.
The goal of Introvision is to learn to cope with inner conflicts, stress, anger, fears and mental blocks and to be able to dissolve them more easily in order to become permanently calmer and internally calmer.
Introduction into Introvision
by Norbert Distler
Introduction of Introvision for the Workshop
with Gracia Thum and Norbert Distler
at the congress Reden Reicht Nicht!?, Bremen 2019
an overview to my program
English version of article published in Training aktuell 04/2020