Your inner voices

I am always very curious about people and what moves them. In all the years that I have been a coach I have been able to work with so many beautiful people and explore their internal dialogue, something I do with so much passion.

And over the years always talking to my own voices, the selves, I call them “Wuppies”. There is more and more balance and I really love all my voices. I can hear them, they may really be there, we are in contact. I listen to them and sometimes not or later but always from a loving connection and with alignment.

That’s the way for me and so my way of working gives space to the voices to the selves. If you are curious, listen to this podcast. The technique Voice dialoque just like besides breath work and meditation are always intervention techniques that I use.

Voice dialogue is a therapeutic technique that involves exploring different aspects of one’s personality or psyche through conversation. It was developed by psychologists Hal and Sidra Stone in the 1970s and has since been used in various forms of therapy, coaching, and personal development.

The basic premise of voice dialogue is that everyone has different “selves” or sub-personalities that make up their overall personality. These selves can be seen as different voices or perspectives that exist within us and can influence our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.

In voice dialogue, a therapist or facilitator helps an individual identify and explore their various selves by having them engage in a dialogue or conversation with them. For example, an individual may have a “critical self” that is always judging and criticizing them, or a “nurturing self” that is kind and compassionate.

By engaging in a dialogue with these different selves, an individual can gain insight into their own patterns of behavior and learn to understand and integrate these different aspects of themselves. Voice dialogue can also help individuals gain greater self-awareness, self-acceptance, and self-compassion.

Voice dialogue is often used in conjunction with other therapeutic techniques and can be adapted to fit the needs of different individuals and situations. It can be practiced in one-on-one sessions or in group settings, and can be used for personal growth, relationship counseling, or even in business and organizational settings.