If the client is switched, this can lead to paradoxical reactions during therapy.
Switching can exist on different levels:
- on the physical level: for example, you take a sleeping pill and you are wide awake (opposite effect)
- on the energetic level: for example, someone tells something very sad, but laughs at the same time
- on the mental level: you consciously want to achieve something (e.g. be healthy), but strong unconscious influences cause you to do the opposite (e.g. smoke).
Unrecognized and unresolved switchings can be the reason for not experiencing an improvement of one’s situation despite intensive own and therapeutic efforts.
On the one hand, the DES chip should make it easier for the therapist to detect switching. On the other hand, the chip is supposed to support “de-switching” when unblocking.