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About the Discipline

“Kelim Shluvim” is the name of mastery and skill of therapy, developed by Nurit Rosengarten and is based upon spiritual knowledge, philosophy research and fundamentals. The discipline regards human beings as consisting not only of a physical body, but also soul and spiritual bodies. The tendency to get sick is related to the undivided nature of the human being and it serves its spiritual essence. Paradoxical as it may seem, sickness and pain are essential for the personal development and growth and assist’s in each person’s unique personal fulfillment.

The “Kelim Shluvim” discipline uses sensory techniques of the flow of cosmic life energy that penetrates any living being, in order to reach and meet that complex human structure.

Sickness and pain result in a decreased energy level or an alteration in the energy flow. Understanding this energy, and its response towards sickness, together with a better understanding of the meaning and significance of sickness for the whole of human existence, enables the creation of a unique therapeutic-healing path that provides support through the awakening of the body’s own natural healing potency.

About the Hebrew name: “Kelim Shluvim”

The expression “Kelim Shluvim” in Hebrew relates to the physical law of connected vessels which states that fluids filling a set of vessels connected to a common source, will reach the same level across all the vessels. Metaphorically, it can be used in relation to two or more people who interact with and mutually influence one another.

The physical law resembles the balance that has to be achieved in the health and sickness process, the balance between growth and decay processes in the human body, and between the physical and spiritual bodies that are in fact the essence of all illness and cure processes. Literally translated, the word “Kelim” means “Tools”, and the word “Shluvim” means not only connected but also interwoven or interlaced. “Kelim Shluvim”, therefore, describes perfectly the nature of this discipline, which is based on a patient and a therapist interacting and influencing one another, using the tools that have been developed for that purpose. It also describes the contexture of the Orgone that reflects the bond between the human being and the world, and the ability of the therapist to “weave” the treatment by using these tools for each singular patient.

Applications

The “Kelim Shluvim” discipline enables each and everyone to help themselves and support others in relation to physical and mental fitness and health. It improves one’s daily quality of life, vitality, and creativity and encourages a more conscious way of life.

“Kelim Shluvim” characteristics

The nature of the spiritual treatment and its focus on the cosmic life energy makes it possible to treat the patient distantly, without his or hers actual physical presence. Cure can take place thanks to the proper creation of a treatment-process by the therapist on one hand, and by the patient’s taking responsibility on the other hand.

“Kelim Shluvim” supports the patient where weakness is being spotted. At the same time a path to new comprehensive observation of his or her whole life cycle opens up. Consultation leads to a better understanding of how to cope with difficulties arising after treatment was accomplished. A “Kelim Shluvim” therapist is trained to apply the undivided human existence, while observing the unique patient’s personality and distress both professionally and humanistic. The characteristic consultation skill is being taught in light of a spiritual concept of the modern human being’s existence.

For more details please call

Kelim Shluvim

Nurit Rosengarten

Tel. + 972-4-8244941

Mobile + 972-54-8093995

Fax + 972-50-8961920

E-mail: shluvim@shluvim.com

Website: http://www.shluvim.com


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