The Law of Programming
Programming is actually the way in which your patterns are fitted together. Basically you also have been programmed positively. Naturally this does not bother you! Negative programming is where you suffer from and makes life difficult; this is what needs to be looked at. When someone comes into my practice to see me, the first thing I do is to make an inventory of the present problems. I need the ‘now’ stories in order to discover the negative programming from ‘then’. We transpose the present situation to events in the life of the client between birth and four years. I also ask about the antenatal period. Together we find out how the present problems are repetitions of the past, and how this natural law works.
Speyer – whose student I was halfway through the seventies and early eighties - discovered this natural law and wrote about it in his books: ‘Now I understand myself’ (1975) and ‘Shut up, - I love you’ (1980). He was an original thinker and self-taught man who, based on his own childhood experiences and inspirational influences, came to develop Speyertherapy. In the eighties he received an honorary doctors’ degree for his work in San Francisco.
The 'Then-and-Now' Principle
Speyer described it as follows:
'Then – and - Now' means everything that happens to a person in his or her early childhood, will be repeated in later life in exactly the same way. Although the actors on stage have changed, the role-playing is unchanged.
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Anne Veldmans "The Change"
|In a simple and easy to understand way, this book explains how the ‘Law of Programming’ works for everyone. It shows you how to discover your patterns and break through them.