Metamorphic Technique®

The Metamorphic Technique®, founded by Gaston Saint-Pierre, is a simple practice which involves touching specific areas of the feet, hands and head which have been found to reflect a pattern of time - the prenatal pattern - when all the characteristics that you live your life with today were first established. A Metamorphic Technique® Practitioner lightly touches these particular points while at the same time providing a space free from direction towards a particular outcome. This means the Practitioner does not impose their will or seek to direct your energy or life force in any way. This attitude of mind, which we call detachment, is a key aspect of this practice as it respects exactly who you are now and at the same time acknowledges your transformation potential.

Transformation is an intrinsic quality of life, all of nature transforms naturally, spontaneously and without effort. We are a part of nature so we have this innate potential but we often get in the way of our own transformation. There are two conditions necessary for transformation - one is to be alive and the other is a need for a specific environment. The Practitioner creates this specific environment through their detachment.

The Metamorphic Technique® is suitable for everyone, regardless of age, circumstance or condition of your life. It is gentle and accessible to all. However people are often particularly drawn to the Technique in times of difficulty or change such as: pregnancy, illness, palliative care, career changes, moving home, divorce, bereavement etc. It seems people may feel drawn to the Metamorphic Technique® to create more of what they need in their lives. Some people describe it like coming home to themselves.

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