It is not an openly discussed topic whether and how psychotherapy helps. Although it is no longer a taboo to use psychotherapy, we do not find any studies on the progress of psychotherapy. Are psychotherapies effective and which ones are? How has people’s life improved after psychotherapy has been carried out? What is the concrete benefit for the patient? Have these people become more resilient? More successful?

The following questions should not be neglected: How many people who have previously attended psychotherapy are counselled? How many become healthy and integrate fully into society? How many of them become more successful than before psychotherapy?

And then there are the research topics that could reduce the error rate in the psychotherapy processes. They would shed light on the processes of psychotherapy. Among other things, questions could be raised: How are the processes that are set in motion researched? How is the effect of interventions on the patient’s reaction investigated? Also of interest would be studies that would show the use of the interventions in relation to the context and the progress of the therapy.

But what is the risk? Everyone who does psychotherapy should ask with interest: what can go wrong? How often does it go wrong? How often does not come out with what I want?

Psychotherapy Is About Healing

During the most difficult corona times, representatives of psychotherapy were interviewed. It was about what people can do to get through the difficult times well. It is striking that apart from the reference to resilliance, hardly any concrete suggestions are made as to what a person can do. The reference to doctors or psychotherapy practices became clear. Reference was also made to online offers. The lack of resilliance was made a topic. There was no information on how to improve the resillience independently. We are of the opinion that there is too little talk about how to strengthen oneself psychologically. More emphasis should be placed on instruments for self-help. Those who cannot help themselves will be left alone with it.

It is not surprising. The field of psychotherapy was developed to heal illnesses. Healing is a process that requires many measures and transfers the psychological state of the individual from a “clinically manifest state” to a state that is called “healthy”. Thus, it is not the task of psychotherapy to develop instruments that should work outside of illness. We remember the fate of Sven Hannawald. Even though his doctor did the utmost, he did not give him the instruments that would have brought Hannawald back to the top of the sport.

Now the question arises, why not? Probably because this is not considered the task of psychotherapists. Perhaps coaches and trainers would be responsible for it. But they were not trained in this respect. Because the task would be to change the inner psychological elements. This means that the psychological, i.e. the biographical basis of the person would be adapted to his or her talents. A gap in needs, then?

NIKU Closes The Needs Gap

NIKU method has nothing to do with psychotherapy. These app’s are solely intended for the end user. The condition is: it must not be used by one person on another. It is an instrument of self-help. The consumer only applies NIKU to himself. This is important because it would be manipulative. Manipulation on a human being is bodily injury and therefore punishable.

NIKU is something like building muscle for the psyche. The mental muscles are made stronger by NIKU scenarios. Allow me to mention once again the fate of Sven Hannawald and many celebrities who were thrown into a “hitherto foreign” life, or rather a lifestyle that was still foreign to them and could not stand it. His doctor said in an interview with Markus Lanz: “The psyche also needs muscles and these need to be trained”. As already mentioned, coaching, training and education have a different task. Again, the task of these disciplines is not to heal the wounds of childhood.

The Development Of The NIKU Method

Every decision we make is emotional. If childhood needs have not been met, then everything in this person’s life revolves around the satisfaction of those needs. You are drawn to places where you can only guess that this is where the suffering could end. The consequences are glorious. It starts with the wrong choice of partner, a wrong profession, up to disorders which then manifest themselves clinically.

These are the reasons why NIKU exists. Mental neuroimplants also called mental neuroimplants can be used by everyone. It is the only method that can improve the life so far from the ground up. Reprogramming takes place gently and by itself, without manipulation from the outside. User can see his life anew effortlessly, with a lot of pleasure, fun and energy. He can determine the needs and with the help of scenarios he can satisfy the needs.

NIKU Inception – Relive The Moments Of Childhood

Thanks to modern technology, thanks to the App’s it has become possible to convert the theory of Mental Neuroimplants into practical help. Because it is not possible to work cleanly and responsibly with Mental Neuroimplants in coaching, training, psychotherapy or in offers from the esoteric world. That would be unethical and manipulative.

A person must listen deep inside himself to find out which needs have been neglected. It is the inner silence that reveals who, instead of parents, can satisfy one or the other need deep inside. It is the consideration that one must make alone. Who do you want to let in so deeply? So it is fun to experience this new reference person as a primary bond and relationship deep inside. No one has a say in this! It is a very intimate matter for each individual.

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