Hans Vrijmoeth (1962)
I have been a PSYCH-K instructor from 2008-2017, and I am now a teacher for the Live The Connection. I am a PhD in Physics and a teacher in Mathematics at Avans University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands.
“Live the Connection has been life-changing for me. It has allowed me to heal the problems originating from my youth, which I have been struggling with every single day for the first 50+ years of my life. Today I just enjoy life, with good friends and family. I enjoy satisfying heart-felt friendships and team collaborations and am still evolving as a human being, as a friend, as a colleague, every day.
I now am a coach and trainer with a successful practice, guiding others with their personal issues and life blocks, and teaching others how to use the Live The Connection tools in their lives themselves.
The hurts of my childhood
As a child, I was bullied for 8 years. As a result, I lived my life alone, on my own, separated from my peers. I was alone in my garret, in no way I felt included in my school class, and I had virtually no friends. This has extended far into my adult life, and I actually had no concept of many basic social processes.
How could I have known about family patterns? About mechanisms such as self sabotage? About the boundary violations that I experienced and – I myself was violating boundaries too? About how to address deeply rooted fears? How to learn to talk the language of the body and address its needs?
Even having taught PSYCH-K for many years myself, I was unaware of these crucial perspectives, and the ability to resolve these issues was therefore still further away.
This is the difference Live The Connection has made. It has allowed me to profoundly deepen my exploration and definitively resolve these issues.
Meticulously designed solutions release the blocks that keep these issues in place. LTC thus addresses the root causes of our struggles and provides a step-by-step journey and full support to unleash. It does indeed allow you to realise and live your greatest potential.
I can finally be who I am and I can completely stand for the effects of my behavior on myself and others.”