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Judith Blackstone - founder of RP

THE FOUNDER OF THE REALIZATION PROCESS Judith developed Realization Process from her experience of working to heal a spinal injury that ended her dancing career when she was only 25. Not only did she have to deal with intense pain, but she also had the deep grief of losing her beloved career.

Initially Judith was on her own, exploring what happened as she let herself sink more deeply within her body, getting to know herself from the inside out, from deep within her core to the very edges of her skin. Within herself she experienced deep stillness, space that pervaded both herself and all her surroundings. At the same time, she became aware of subtle currents that seemed to arise from the earth and move through her body. When she let these currents flow through rigid areas in her body, they began to unwind and open. As these areas opened, she discovered childhood memories and emotions attached to them.

Although Judith’s performing career was over, she continued to teach dance and movement lessons from her loft in lower Manhattan. She began to include what she was learning from her own healing experience. She studied various healing modalities.

Later, her personal experiences of a unified consciousness led her to spiritual exploration. She made several trips to India and spent a year in a Zen monastery in Upper New York State.

Realizing the importance of emotional healing, Judith got a master’s degree in Transpersonal Psychology and a Ph.D. in Psychology, Eastern Religion and Embodiment. She trained at the Institute for Integrative Psychotherapy in New York City. She is the author of 6 books about the Realization Process in different aspects of healing.

Now retired after a 40-year career as a psychotherapist, Judith continues to give classes in the Realization Process on-line or from her home in Woodstock, New York. She is also a frequent speaker at conferences on healing and non-duality.

Judith Blackstone.

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