How can we get rid of mental problems?

The ways of embodying the soul…

The World Health Organization defines health as: “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” The body is the mask of the soul. Wherever the mind goes, the body follows it, and we will try to explain how spiritual problems are embodied in our body.

What does our body tell us?

When a patient goes to the doctor, he usually tries to explain the situation with dozens of complaints such as pain, dizziness, blackout, nausea, weakness, fatigue, exhaustion, palpitation, hearing-vision loss, loss of sense of touch. Physicians consider these complaints as symptoms and try to diagnose their diseases by listening to the complaints of the patients. Each of these is the messenger of the disease behind, which carries a signal to you. These complaints are an indication that there is a problem in any part of our body.

For example, you feel pain in any part of your body and you consult a doctor. What kind of pain is the pain in your body? In which area is it felt? Occasionally? Is it constantly? Is it flammable? Hit and run? Feeling tension? Is it spreading? Increasing or decreasing with any movement? The doctor details the pain and makes a diagnosis in his mind with the information he has obtained from here. He says you are dropping kidney stones, there is inflammation in the urinary tract, etc. Because pain itself is never a disease. Based on the patient’s complaint and symptom, the doctor can identify the type, type, duration, beginning and end of the pain, and diagnose the disease behind them. If the doctor intervenes directly to eliminate the pain without examining the causality behind the pain, this may lead to an increase in the disease and sometimes even undesirable results of the disease. For this reason, doctors first try to understand which disease the pain translates to.

The same is true for psychological disorders. In psychological discomfort, the client comes to us with complaints, whining. Or, with the therapist’s observation, you capture something from the client’s verbal and nonverbal communication with a symptom. What you are catching is not the disease itself, like the doctor’s symptom of pain, but the visible manifestation of a disorder behind it. A number of conflicts, contradictions in the construction of our spiritual apparatus, which has no organic basis, show itself with a complaint or a symptom. Just as pain is the most important symptom of general medicine – the most important symptom of psychological disorders is painful emotions, anxiety, depression and constriction.

Just as physicians understand and treat the underlying illness based on the patient’s pain, therapists try to reach the source of the discomfort behind the anxiety based on anxiety in psychological disorders. As with the medical method, they prevent the recurrence of anxiety by drying the source and removing the source. Otherwise, when you only focus on the symptom, the treatment of the symptom sometimes does not work, and even the removal of the client’s symptom can sometimes cause severe damage to the client.

People bring their inner conflict to us in various ways. Non-organic-false pain presents with various disguises as nausea, dizziness, menstrual irregularity, anxiety, sleep disorder, phobia, OCD, sexual dysfunction or addiction. In psychotherapy sessions, we examine how human beings present their psychological problems to us, and try to understand the mechanism of this. Anything that comes to us as a complaint, as a symptom, or as a symptom is not the disease or disorder itself, but merely a zipped code that carries a message. The therapist’s job is to decipher this message.

People come to us with complaints. These are visible behaviors. They have become stereotypes and have taken the form of adverbs. If you cannot open the envelope and read the letter, you cannot understand the person…Savas POLAT

How do our mental problems affect our body?

If you listen to a person’s life, his first relationship is with his parents, and according to attachment theory, the relationship with the parent forms the basis of his relationship with the world. In other words, at the core of an adult’s relationship with his spouse, child, subordinate, neighbor or important others in his life, lies the relationship he establishes with his parents. If we can analyze the patterned system that a person establishes with the world, we can reveal how he exists in his own world. This pattern belongs to the client and is subjective. If this pattern harms the client, if you make the client experience a new pattern based on experience instead of this pattern, that pattern will change. A new pattern is formed. For this, we need to grasp the subjectivity of the embodiment.

Every person is subjective. Unless we understand every person’s life exactly, you cannot put forward a concretization from the perspective of general principles. The way everyone embodies is in accordance with one’s own inner design and is related to one’s own life. If the person’s pattern manifests itself in a behavioral mode, the person may develop complaints more about motor movements. For example, we can give examples of clients whose hands and feet are paralyzed and who show conversion reactions. If the organization of the person is more about sensory sensitivity, if romance is related to sound, if it is related to color, this can manifest itself by embodying in different areas such as sensitivity to a color, sensitivity to sound, a musical structure, a melody, a work of art, a sculptor.

In other words, the spiritual structure of each person is unique and special. The inner conflicts experienced by the counselee may be reflected to the outside in different ways, depending on their psychological structure. It is necessary to touch the soul of the client in order to understand the causality of the outwardly reflected behaviors of the client and turn it into a healthy structure.

How can we get rid of spiritual troubles?

When the client applies to the therapist, each therapist will evaluate the client according to his/her own competence and will manage the process according to the psychotherapy method he/she applies. The claim of dynamically oriented psychotherapists is that free association is the method that will enable the client to make sense of their internal conflicts. Behind the complaints or symptoms that people bring to the session in various ways are the relationship cycle established with their parents, their emotional experiences and feelings that are avoided. When these are brought into consciousness, the resulting embodiment, the message, disappears. It is similar to this; if you treat the infection in the lung, the pain will disappear, the cough will disappear. This is the main mechanism of psychoanalysis. The patient talks to the memories inside, and as they go to the memories, their complaints are resolved. When patterns that have been suppressed in the unconscious come back to consciousness, there is no need for the form of concretization that occurs with it.

-Insomnia, fear, anxiety, obsession, sexual problems, addiction, etc. that affect the quality of your life. If you have a complaint, you can consult a specialist to see and resolve the dynamics behind it, and work together for a better you…

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