Dialogue [‘shared word’ or ‘allow the word to come through’] could be construed as the most sophisticated of human communication. InnerDialogue uses, initially, a non-verbal interaction, providing unparalleled accuracy for noetic understanding between client and practitioner; by bypassing the conscious mind to elicit communication as dialogue. It uses a commanding skill-set; which includes an ontological application to kinesiology, the use of a somatic language through mudras or hand gestures, and a precision and accuracy of technique, that leads to a profound understanding of what is, and leads the client to what could be. It addresses the contingencies that preclude being.
InnerDialogue presupposes that a human is composed of a number of personas and sub-personas; giving each of these names based on their ontological rank. The drawing below illustrates the multiverse within us. Although by default we are apparently all very similar, certainly in our outer shape and looks; at an interior level, these parts ought to be in order, and ranked according to their nature and rôle in the body. Hence when we dialogue each of these parts may have a voice, and some of these will have taken dominance or authority of the real Self. This is when the order is disturbed, or that some part has been metaphorically pushed aside, buried, forgotten, made prisoner, not given voice. Nevertheless, when we dialogue using mudras or hand modes as nonverbal language, these voices are heard, and the reasons why they are in this situation is often revealed. The process, which may involve a hands-on approach, or not, is to give the person the opportunity to change the situation and alter their immediate state.