Becoming an Innovator Yildiz Seth

Becoming an Innovator Yildiz Seth.

I believe we all have the right to be free to be who we are and my questions have always been, what is that holds us back and how may this be released?

My name is Yildiz Sethi and I am an author of three books and an innovator in Mind Science and the founder of Rapid Core Healing and Emotional Mind Integration. Rapid Core Healing is a triple master modality composed of Emotional Mind Integration (EMI) and Family Constellations and Rapid Core Healing final.

Rapid Core Healing is designed to work with the personal and systemic aspects of disturbances, conflicts and traumas that people face.

Rapid Core Healing® and Emotional Mind Integration® are trademarked by me, while Family Constellations was created by the late Bert Hellinger and this way of working is presented in my book

Rapid Core Healing using the unique dual approach of

Family Constellations and Emotional Mind Integration for personal and systemic health.

 ( 2016). Details

A New way of working

Rapid Core Healing is a deeply foundational way of accessing the core of deep-seated problems. These may lie in the personal or generational aspects of the mind.

The personal, meaning, what is left in the mind and body after personal experiences of shocks, injustice or trauma that couldn’t be processed. These disturbances are repressed in the subconscious mind and body.

Systemic, meaning the generational patterns, feelings, disturbances and traumas that we are born into in our family system. 

Rapid Core Healing processes quickly locate, what has gone wrong, or is missing and what is required for self-healing. The processes take place along naturally occurring generational Healing pathways, where according to the issue, individuals are guided to restore or reorganise their inner world, to better health and balance.

Rapid Core Healing sessions require only a few sessions for complex issues on average.

What has motivated me to innovate my business?

I was born into a struggling working class, mixed race family in England, the eldest of seven children. My father was Turkish Cypriot and my mother English, which set the scene for my entry into life. Both of my parents had received only rudimentary education, having been born in the second world war, with survival as their primary focus. While they did the best they could, this meant that even though I was bright, they didn’t understand the value of education and so I was forced to leave school early, against my wishes. This provided the impotence to be creative and I sought work that included further education in setting my intention for growth and gaining choices.

As a child, I’d always had a strong curiosity for the bigger questions of life.

Why are we here? What is our purpose? And what is possible to change and if so, how?

This drew me naturally into both science and spirituality, as I love to understand how things work, with a strong impulse to improve myself and to help others do the same.

This led me into science teaching with the intention of providing children like myself better options.

As a mum of two daughters, I became a physics and chemistry and multicultural religion teacher in England.  We moved to Australia, where I continued to enjoy teaching for many years, until a pivotal point in my life.

Be Open to Change

While on holiday I met two Vedic astrologers in one week. Until that point, I had never heard of Jyotish. The philosophies, ideas, readings and accuracy of this spiritual science blew my mind and I was hooked. I went home with a course and started studying. Over the next two years I became enthralled by the mystery and magic of what I was learning. This was a dilemma, because my rational mind struggled with the idea of changing my career. Giving up teaching to become a Vedic astrologer and yet at a soul level, I knew that was my calling. My next step.This inner fight continued, until I became sick and was forced to make a choice and when I did, my health started to recover. After that I simply had to deal with the reaction of family, friends and colleagues, who thought I’d gone crazy. This required courage, faith and persistence.

During my Vedic astrology studies, I became particularly enthralled by the karmic cycles that were all caught up in, and again questions kept arising.

Is it possible to change this and if so how?

I had come to see these trends as deeply entrenched, unconscious psychological and emotional patterns. By this time in my own personal development, I was regularly meditating and during one meditation saw myself as an old Vedic astrologer in an Indian village on his death bed. Just about to die. He had devoted his life to helping his people and realised the help he’d offered had been limited in easing their life struggles. He realised that while Vedic astrology is an inspiring way of understanding your spiritual journey and what you’re likely to encounter in life, its not equipped to enable the release of deep problematic patterns in a timely manner. He vowed that next time, he would help himself and others make deep inner healings, so he and they could be free-er to make new choices. He would focus on assisting himself and others in breaking the bonds that hold them back on the reincarnation cycle towards enlightenment.

Letting Go

I became a counsellor and was subsequently disappointed with its limitations to assist my clients in a deep and effective way. This led me to a journey of discovery, to source and create better ways of working.

I became fascinated about why we accept the idea that inner change is either impossible, or requires extended amounts of time and effort.

Because neuroscience and epigenetics studies show a very different reality. They support the ideas that fast, deep change is not only possible but probable with appropriate knowledge and skills, especially for those who have reached the point of readiness for change.

When the time is right a door opens

I became a clinical hypnotherapist and NLP practitioner.

Then one day while looking through a book shop in Sydney, Australia, a small nondescript book appeared to jump out of the shelf at me. It was Acknowledging What Is by Bert Hellinger. I knew nothing of him or Family Constellations. I read the first page and was filled with excitement. I bought it and on finishing it, made a silent wish to see this in action.

Two years later in 2005, my husband and I were on a back-backing holiday in India and arrived at Pune’ tired and seeking a place to stay in an ashram. The next day while walking through the ashram, we saw a huge sign “Family Constellations -come and have a look”. I couldn’t believe my luck. We went along and cancelled the rest of our travels and embarked on Family Constellations training with Svagito Leibermeister. This was the first of several trainings in constellation work. I quickly took this revolutionary way of working into my practice with great joy. During the same year I also did training in Ego State Therapy with Professor Gordon Emmerson and was delighted with what I was learning to master on both counts. This was a pivotal turning point for my work and what was to follow.

Embracing Science

Neuroscience clearly shows that the brain is constantly rewiring itself and has the capacity to heal, particularly if the individual is ready and receives the appropriate and effective  philosophies and approaches for self-healing and change.

During my work from 2005-2015 I noticed certain patterns in human psyche. Family Constellations showed me an innovative, powerful and fast way of working with problems through the systemic field and generational mind, in assisting people find their best solutions. This may involve finding a better place, releasing burdens, expressing thoughts or feelings, exposing and releasing exclusions, secrets and generational traumas. This resulted in improvements in self-worth, relationships and how people relate to their world. A process that upholds growth, healing and frequently changes perspectives significantly. Family Constellations takes place in workshops or personal sessions in person or online.

Over time, I came to see that for many clients the systemic constellation work although profound leave part of the issue incomplete, this was not complete. There was another component of their issue that required attention, that existed in the personal mind-body connection. For this I started using Ego State Therapy. This involves the idea that we are each composed of a range of ego states. Many are healthy states, with others being problematic. This fascinated me, as did the idea of assisting the problematic states to transform.

My work developed into working with clients and their issues in two phases. Generationally with Family Constellation and personally with Ego State Therapy.

Over time, I noticed the the emergence of six foundational core elements that are required for us to thrive.

These are: Love, Connection, Safety, Justice, Dignity and Autonomy.   

With these in mind and the experience of the gentle flow of Constellation theory and practice, I reformatted and redeveloped Ego State Therapy significantly into Emotional Mind Integration (EMI) over many years. This took place with the rich experience of discovering what worked well, or not, in over 4000 client sessions.

Emotional Mind Integration (EMI) emerged as a way of working with the personal mind, (conscious and unconscious). Starting with symptoms, feelings, disturbances or traumas through neural pathways to the causal events. EMI is a neuro-trance psychotherapy designed to guide people to their best inner solutions along naturally occurring Healing pathways. The process is concluded each session with an integration process involving love into the mind body connection. A profound self healing process. EMI sessions take place on average within 60 minutes and with complex issues requires 3-5 sessions. This is a highly structured modality with gentleness and safety as top priorities, to avoid re-traumatisation. This is particularly effective for recovery of self-worth, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, trauma including PTSD and recovery from sexual assault or abuse. Resolving repressed disturbances that are held in the personal unconscious mind in only a few sessions.

Rapid Core Healing includes both of these modalities, Emotional Mind Integration and Family Constellations. This provides a flexible approach to work with a wide range of issues that people struggle with. In reality it becomes an easy flowing synchronicity to fit the clients needs at each point.

The challenges Rapid Core Healing is facing

The main challenge for my business particularly in Australia, is being seen and taken seriously for possible research across a wide spectrum of mental health and trauma related issues that people face. At present the traditional Medical Model is frequently the only option that is prescribed by general practitioners. The public go to their doctor for advice and are referred only within the Medical model framework. Doctors, psychologists, social workers and psychiatrists.

There is a philosophical, financial, and professional alliance between general practitioners in the Medical model with the DSM5 and the pharmaceutical industry at its core. This deeply influences how psychological research is conducted and what is chosen to be research. Registered counsellors and psychotherapists in Australia are not included in this team of mental health workers. This means that many possibly viable psychotherapeutic innovations are never tested or researched. I discuss this in detail in my book, Rapid Core Healing.

The opportunities Rapid Core Healing is facing

This frustration has become an opportunity for my business. Because the present system of mental health has left many people looking for better up-to-date methodologies. For me this incorporates what is valuable from the past, with the latest innovations and scientific research in neuroscience and epigenetics and most of all, an ability to deliver more effective results.

For this reason, I target my attention towards clients who are looking for more effective modalities with observable and felt results. This often includes many who have already trialled the Medical model and do not accept the notion of having to manage their often-distressing symptoms for life.

On another level, I realise as one person in a vast field, there is only so much I can do to promote change and so I am focusing on training as many Rapid Core Healing, Emotional Mind Integration and Family Constellations practitioners as possible. In this way these modalities are available to many more people. This is growing my business and helping more people exponentially.

Be Inspirational in your work

For budding innovators and entrepreneurs, it is important for you to get to know yourself. Gain some clarity of your purpose, gifts and strengths and become connected with your passion. You may need to be prepared to do mundane work to earn a living, while this is coming together. So be patent as this has a purpose.

Its great if you can gain support, but if that’s not available, believe in yourself, become an expert in your field and ask your own questions. What can you create that makes a difference in your field? What is your bigger vision? Who gains from your innovation and how?

Being an entrepreneur requires free thinking. If you have a revolutionary idea in your field, be prepared to go against the flow of what others think, believe and say.

While you may bide your time in putting this out in your field, there may not be any easy moment to do this. Be prepared to be unpopular with many and focus on those who are inspired by your ideas.

Create a plan and be prepared to recreate it as often, as necessary, to enable it to birth.

Notice the synchronicities in your life and make the most of golden opportunities, even if they don’t always appear to be in perfect timing. Be adaptable.

Be brave, courageous, persistent and take action and most of all enjoy the journey as a creator.

Mental health expert
MS, University of Latvia

I am deeply convinced that each patient needs a unique, individual approach. Therefore, I use different psychotherapy methods in my work. During my studies, I discovered an in-depth interest in people as a whole and the belief in the inseparability of mind and body, and the importance of emotional health in physical health. In my spare time, I enjoy reading (a big fan of thrillers) and going on hikes.

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