Attitudinal Healing comes to us through
the work of Dr Gerald (Jerry) Jampolsky
who founded the first Centre in Tiburon
California in 1975.
It is a way to transform the conflict,
fear and separation that can easily dominate
our personal lives. It is based on the premise
that within each of us - regardless of age,
language, religion or culture there is an
essential quality of being that is creative,
peaceful and whole. This essence is called
Love and can be expressed at any moment
through our conscious choice.
Attitudinal Healing teaches that people
or circumstances do not cause us conflict
or distress: instead it is our own thoughts,
feelings and attitudes about people and
events that produce our struggle.
By exploring the conflict and fear within
ourselves we combine our own willingness
with love's healing energy. With persistence
and patience our inner fears and conflict
can be healed.
Attitudinal Healing recognises that love
and fear are our only emotions. All feelings
arise from one or the other. Love-based
emotions extend joy, respect, happiness
compassion and peace. Fear-based attitudes
project confusion, anger, judgement and
The Centre for Attitudinal Healing in
Perth is a not-for-profit registered charity
that is committed to helping people who
want more from life and to do things differently.
The Choice is Ours...
Attitudinal Healing is a re-training process,
learning to see ourselves and others in
a different light, to look at life positively.
In Attitudinal Healing we learn that by
changing our minds, changing the way we
look at everything and our attitudes about
everything, we can change our lives.
"The greatest revolution of our generation
is the discovery that human beings by changing
the inner attitudes of their minds can change
the outer aspects of their lives"
Thus Attitudinal Healing is the process
of changing our way of seeing our lives
from fear, inadequacy and insufficiency
to love and sufficiency. As we do this we
find that everything changes; our lives,
our relationships, our work, our inner state,
even the behaviour of those with whom we
live and work.