Similarities and differences
I practice and teach both of these modalities and therefore often get the question from clients and colleagues as to how these two modalities compare. While I do not like to make comparisons between healings modalities, sometimes it is necessary. I have therefore decided to share my thoughts and experience in this article so people can be better informed.
When a client is drawn to a practitioner I trust that the healing relationship between the two will yield what is needed in the moment. Healing is the result of inner work, aided by tools, the healing container and the healing relationship between the client and the therapist or practitioner.
How human are we? And in our ascension into the 21st century have we become more human, or is our unique role lost along with the role of myth and story in our lives? In his book "The Hero with a Thousand Faces," Joseph Campbell states that our humanness is connected with the hero's journey. Whether it is to rescue someone, fulfill an ideal, or die to oneself and come back a better person, the purpose behind a hero's journey is to create a transformation of consciousness.
Brennan Healing Science (BHS), created by NASA physicist Barbara Brennan, is about living. I mean really living.
If you have the sinking feeling you are not living the life you were meant to live, then read on.
Bert Hellinger describes an 'ancient order that works inside us, that controls much more than we are aware. Good order comes about when peace has been made for the whole system.' When 'peace has been made' and love flows, so too does the energy (peace) within a family. When love stops, so does the energy stop, get stuck, shunted or repressed. Family members hinder love from flowing when they experience pain, trauma, grief and loss -- and peace is nowhere to be found.