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Every child opens up to his surroundings, to the world, with love, innocence, curiosity, and benevolence. For him everything seems to have to be precious, sweet, pleasant, because he still only knows these feelings. Until the age of ten, he remains mainly in his feminine energy and lives through the emotions, his own and also those he picks up from his mother to whom he is deeply linked: what he feels is his truth.

He experiences the power of his creative force, his ability to dream, his impulses and his passions. The experiences have not yet calmed him down and his mind does not yet control his emotions, the only current guide to his actions. But growing up, the child loses this impulsive creativity, and becomes reasonable, thus satisfying the expectation of his parents.

However, any family presents a more or less pronounced affective dysfunction, which the child is confronted with because he intuitively perceives the energies, without understanding them, hence his confusion. When the tolerance threshold is exceeded, the child may, in order to protect himself, neglect his vital needs, refuse relations with his family or submit to them, or limit his mental, emotional or spiritual growth. He may also lose all self-esteem, have a sickly need to control everything or prefer to live in illusion, be incapable of intimate relationships, or develop psychosomatic illnesses, incoherent attitudes.

The resulting symptoms can present themselves in the form of a repression of perceptions, mental rigidity, hypersensitivity, the need to judge oneself including oneself, the search for traumatic experiences, to believe oneself responsible. everything, causing frustration and confusion, a feeling of guilt, a feeling of being inadequate or abandoned, difficulty in resolving the slightest conflict.


The Yhandi process makes it possible to understand these dysfunctions linked to the continuous repression of emotions by reason with the vain hope of protecting and treating them. It is thus possible to restore the communication between mental and emotional, to create a harmonious internal relationship.

This process makes it possible to discover how the fears, the sufferings and the pains experienced have gradually limited then stifled this inexhaustible source of creativity and deep joy that is the feminine energy in the child, then to restore it.

The patient, once released, then gradually finds his joy of living, his spontaneity, his warmth, his creativity and his enthusiasm, buried since childhood, while being reasonable because the qualities found are channeled and weighted by reason. Harmony is restored between his mental and his emotional.

The Yhandi process is:

Suitable for both children and adults, Brings back hope and self-confidence, Helps release accumulated fears and anxieties, Revives creative, playful and spontaneous potential.


FIRST SESSION: Allow about five hours.

Research and identification of the fears and suffering experienced, perceived or imagined which imprisoned the Child. Then release of his emotional energy and recovery of his creative power, his joy, his warmth, and his benevolence. Establishment of conditions conducive to the creation of a magnificent life and beautiful opportunities.

SECOND SESSION: Allow about two hours.

Understanding of the mode of functioning of the liberated Child, in his new state and reinforcing him if necessary. Then establish a deep relationship of love, acceptance and trust with the Child, so that he feels appreciated in his creative magic and realizes that he is a being worthy of love and loved unconditionally.

THIRD SESSION: Allow about three hours.

Identification of adult thought patterns, often repetitive, that generate feelings of helplessness, incapacity, frustration, dissatisfaction, despair and anxiety. Then liberation from all these obstacles to open up to other forms of thought and to be able to accept to consider the creativity and the enthusiasm of the Child.

FOURTH SESSION: Allow about two hours.

Completion of the opening of the Heart and reunion of the Inner Child and Adult. Restoration of the internal harmony between them, which allows them to act in concert, the comforted and reassured Child benefiting from the wisdom of the Adult to manifest his potential.


The therapist and his patient form a harmonious couple.

The role of the therapist is to listen attentively to his patient, to be tactful, to show caring understanding, and to channel healing energies towards him while guiding him with compassion during the process.

The patient feels responsible for himself, feels the desire to face his problems honestly in order to eradicate them and get better. He feels that this process can meet his expectations and feels confident with his therapist.

Their active participation is essential.

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