Solutionspace Private

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Solutionspace was conceived and designed by PMPS Digital Solutions GmbH.

Solutionspace helps to create consistency or coherence in your life. In physics, coherence is a coupling of the phases of oscillations. The doctor, Theodor Dirk Petzold, regards coherence as a subjective perception that can be described as well-being, being in pleasant resonance, doing something well. So it's about learning to shape a situation in such a way that it feels comfortable and coherent. The neuropsychotherapist Klaus Grawe describes the continuous creation of coherence as the supreme regulatory principle of psychological events.

This continuous creation of coherence takes place in all dimensions of life in which a person moves:
In the physical-vegetative dimension of life, a blood sugar level may be measured that is below the target value and your brain will respond relatively hesitantly at first and whet your appetite for a snack, the longer and more clearly the deviation from the target value persists, the more vehement it becomes the feeling of hunger and all thinking is geared towards the supply of food. Or a person notices that in their professional and private everyday life they are constantly under time or pressure to succeed, constantly running in emergency mode - this person will do more and more to enable their organism to relax or regenerate phases in order to be in coherence with that in the body cells designed rest-activity cycle.

In the social-emotional dimension of life, a young woman may find that her partnership is characterized by fear and distrust and that she hardly maintains her friendships, the trusting, benevolent contacts. She will try to clarify with her partner whether she can experience connection and trust again in the relationship with him and if this is not possible, end this relationship and she will intensify contact with her friends in order to be able to experience connection there.

In the cultural and social dimension of life, a woman may have a job that is not meaningful enough for her, i.e. is not coherent with her idea of ​​a meaningful life. This woman will try to structure her work in such a way that there is room for aspects that are meaningful to her, to engage in meaningful activities in her free time or to look for another job.

In the global-spiritual dimension of life, a person who is confronted with impermanence due to the illness or death of a person close to him or her will search for a world view, a meaning that is higher than that of the human being, which also makes such parts of life possible for him to integrate harmoniously. Grossarth-Maticek showed in a study that a personally coherent positive spontaneous relationship with God, regardless of which God is the strongest health factor and increases the chances of getting old and healthy by 70%.

Ideally, our organism is constantly busy developing and implementing solutions to discrepancies. This is how health is defined in salutogenesis. Illness then means giving up this solution orientation, resignation, and enduring disagreements - this is exactly how illnesses such as stress depression, cardiovascular diseases, sleep disorders, disorders of the gastrointestinal tract and also head, neck and back pain occur.

Solutionspace supports you in developing coherent solutions: each session consists of 4 parts: introduction to the topic, support in generating ideas, help in formulating solutions, making an agreement with yourself. In addition, Solutionspace helps you to balance after a certain time how much more coherent the solution has brought you.
Updated on
Dec 9, 2022

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