To me, LIP was the first therapy that made me look at myself, the one I’ve been running away from for a very long time, sometimes consciously, sometimes unconsciously. So it was not about the environment, about what happened in my exterior, but about myself, and implicitly about taking responsibility. LIP made me recover lost parts of my soul. And the same LIP amazed me with the contradiction between the simplicity and naturalness of the method and at the same time its complexity and force.
After the LIP you can’t be the same person because after you’ve seen your shadows and embraced them, you realize that before you were made of incoherent pieces, and now you’ve become whole. I now feel more focused and grounded, but also more enthusiastic. I think that through this method the Universe sends us a new message that we look in the wrong direction, on the outside when we should be looking inside of ourselves, where our treasure lies