Elemental Method

A healing method with unique elements: Love Energy As a healer, David works primarily with Love Energy regardless of the techniques being used. He utilizes communication (verbal and non-verbal), energy work, and hands on healing in his work. The source of the Love Energy that David works with is often referred to as ‘Spirit’, ‘God’, … Read more

Earth Air Water Fire

Earth I am grounding, my soil is of your bones, and you are renewed by me.You are rooted by me, I help you feel secure, and I take your discharge.I have secrets, there are worms beneath my surface, even water.Some say they would get dirty in touching me, yet you eat my produce.I am your … Read more

Elemental Deficits and Excesses

Getting to know the Elements by their Excess or Deficits Each of the four elements Earth (embodiment), Air (inspiration), Fire (assertiveness), and Water (receptivity) are necessary at every moment in order to have critical thinking going on. Other names (that is, synonyms) for critical thinking as it is thus defined are ‘being’, ‘wholeness’, ‘connection’, ‘focus … Read more

Beyond Sodadi and Morabeza (pdf book)

Beyond Sodadi and Morabeza: A Study of Cape Verdeanness in Postcolonial Cape Verdean Poetry by David Joseph Alpert A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for individualized Master of Arts in the Department of English and the Program in Africana Studies. School of Graduate Studies, Rhode Island Collage, 2012 Abstract: Cape Verdeanness is … Read more

Personality: An Elemental Perspective

The Elemental Method postulates the existence of eight distinct forms of grace (elemental types). Every individual has an essence which expresses one of these forms of grace. The Elemental Method identifies Earth (Embodiment), Air (Inspiration), Fire (Assertiveness) and Water (Receptivity) as requisite ingredients to any healthy moment of personality functioning. Earth and Air function as … Read more

We-Rhythm Therapy (article)

ABSTRACT. The author presents a new model of psychotherapy which is in the person-centered tradition, but which is especially distinctive in its affirmation of the We-Experience (genuine mutual connectedness between the client and the psychotherapist) as the most therapeutically potent component of the psychotherapeutic relationship. The author posits that a high level of psychotherapist integration … Read more