Advanced Integrative Therapy (AIT) was developed by Asha Clinton, PhD. AIT is based on the belief that most physical, energetic, psychological and spiritual disorders have a complex causality that involves mind, body and spirit beginning with some original trauma. AIT Practitioners understand that trauma makes the muscles of the body go weak. Trauma can have developmental or situational origins. Through muscle testing, an AIT Practitioner can access physical, mental, emotional and spiritual issues, recovering information that is stored at the unconscious level. AIT as an energy therapy removes the energetic impact and consequences of such traumatic events.
The human body contains hundreds of locations where there is focused & concentrated energy. There are seven major energy centers, commonly referred to as "chakras". The chakras are centers of force, located within our body, through which we receive, transmit and process life energies. Each chakra in the body is recognized as a focal point of life-force relating to physical, emotional, mental and spiritual energies. The chakras are the network through which body, mind and spirit interact as one holistic system. The main purpose in working with and understanding the chakras is to create integration and wholeness within ourselves. In this way the various aspects of ourselves (physical, mental, sexual, spiritual, etc.) all work together, and that each aspect is as much a part of the whole as the others. The energy created from our emotions & core beliefs runs through the chakras and is distributed to our cells, tissues and organs. Realizing this brings tremendous insight into how we ourselves affect our bodies, minds, and circumstances for better or worse.
Psychogenic Illnesses are physical illnesses whose primary cause(s) are psychological in origin. Autoimmune diseases are the largest group of physical illnesses that have multiple sources of causation including traumas with physical, psychological, energetic, or spiritual origins. Some of the psychogenic illnesses that can be treated with AIT include diseases or illnesses such as: Celiac’s, Crohn’s, Diabetes, Fibromyalgia, Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Ulcerative Colitis and more. The AIT Practitioner needs the following information to learn about the illness: physician’s diagnosis, what parts of the body malfunction and what symptoms result from the malfunctioning and what the medical profession thinks the causes of the malfunction are. The AIT Therapist collaborates with the client about the treatment plan at the beginning of therapy.
After participating in two Basic AIT Seminars and their respective supervision requirements, Mr, Nagel has completed at least eight Advanced AIT Seminars. For more information about Advanced Integrative Therapy (AIT) and to learn about this new Transpersonal Energy Psychotherapy, follow this link to A I T