Table of Contents

Preface from the view point of medicine
Preface from the view point of alternative medicine
Preliminary comment of the author
Foreword
Introduction
Chapter 1
History
      Historical retrospective
      Job safety in late and contemporary history
      Outlook for Energetic Job Safety
Chapter 2
My profession
      Background to my work
      My professional background
      My work procedure
      My work requirements
Chapter 3
Energetic balancing
      Reconstruction of the case history from an energetic viewpoint
      Reconstruction to identify energetic injury
      Reconstruction of the massage therapist’s words
      My considerations
      My findings
      Consequences for the client
      How could this situation have been avoided?
      Plea for Energetic Job Safety
Chapter 4
Energetics, physis, and physics
      Conventional and alternative medicine
      Evidence and criticism
      Products of alternative medicine
Chapter 5
Constellation work
      Reconstruction of the case history from an energetic viewpoint
      Reconstruction to identify energetic injury
      My considerations
      My result
      Consequences for the client
      How could this situation have been avoided?
      Plea for Energetic Job Safety
Chapter 6
The professional approach to dealing with mistakes and harm
      Foreword to admission and acceptance
      Admission and acceptance
      Foreword to suggestions
      Suggestions
      Foreword to care
      Care
      Foreword to expertise
      Expertise
Chapter 7
Energetic surgery
      Reconstruction of the case history from an energetic viewpoint
      Reconstruction to identify energetic injury
      My considerations
      My result
      Consequences for the client
      How could this situation have been avoided?
      Differentiation of symptoms and diagnosis
      Analysis and categorization of sphere of action of energy healing methods
      Terminology, use of language, communication
      Effect, side effect, after
      Plea for Energetic Job Safety
Chapter 8
Energetics as a shorthand for healing
Chapter 9
The status of energetics among the general public
Chapter 10
Fundamental considerations regarding Energetic Job Safety
      Ethics
      Benefit
Chapter 11
Independence of energetics
      Neutrality as a medium for diagnostics
      Energetics as an independent area of expertise
      As above, so below
      The dilemma
      The understanding of health and disease from the territorial perspectives of energetics, medicine, and psychotherapy
      Energetic reprogramming
      Erasing energy
      Test and measurement methods for energy
      The viewpoint
      The way out
      Protective measures
Chapter 12
The relativity of criteria and benchmarks
      Science
      Evidence
Chapter 13
The significance of Energetic Job Safety
      Quality mark
Chapter 14
Practical work with energy
      My own experiences and observations
      Dealing with the behavior of clients suffering from energetic harm and injury
Chapter 15
The general public and its opinion
      Own behavior
      Fear
      Trivialization
      Repression
      Generalization
Chapter 16
The functionality of feeling
Epilogue
Literature
Appendix


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