INTEGRA PROTOCOL: HOW TO INTEGRATE INTERNAL CONFLICTS - By Vladimir Stojakovic

INTEGRA PROTOCOL: HOW TO INTEGRATE INTERNAL CONFLICTS - By Vladimir Stojakovic

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CONTENTS

Introduction
PART I - Concepts
Defining identity in Integra Protocol
Assuming and releasing identities
Inability to willingly assume or release identities
What prevents us from assuming needed identities
What activates stuck identities
What is stuckness and how it originates
How decisions of defeat solve problems
How stuckness creates problems
Causing stuckness by affirmative decisions
Vertical and horizontal multiplication of stuck identities
The armature of personality
How Integra Protocol integrates conflicts and solves problems
Freedom and stuckness
Internal conflicts
Positional and oppositional sides of the conflict
Functioning and reacting
Blame and causality
Activity and reactivity
Internal conflicts and the bipolar universe
Bipolar perception
Identities and charge
Identities and evolution
Identities and identifications
Part II - Practice
Introductory exercises
Subjective and objective problems
Situation and reaction
Integra Protocol, step by step
Session transcripts
Exceptions
Thinking, noticing, feeling
Directing attention
Working in the present time
Taking notes
Self-processing and processing others
Progressive integration and relevant mind content
Positive, negative, wholeness
Working with goals
Part III - Comments
Four reaction types
Repetitiveness
Self-sabotage
Secondary gain
Health problems
Dynamics of the ego
Selecting a topic to work on
Short-term and long-term results
Appendix I: Guidelines for practical work
Appendix II: Definitions
Literature

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