The Noumedynamic MethodTM
A Soul-Based Practice

Access the dimension of consciousness beyond the confluence point of mind and body.

A Soul-Based Practice

Access the dimension of consciousness beyond the confluence point of mind and body.

Spiritual Growth can easily be stunted. Have you encountered the upper threshold of what your practice can do?

Are you meeting the limitations of the framework with which you are presently working? Did your training provide you with specific therapeutic techniques for integrating higher consciousness attained in transpersonal experiences?

The awareness and insights that arise in transpersonal experiences are, on their own, not enough to bring about transformation. Meditation practice, journeying and psychedelic explorations lead to experiences that need to be integrated in a way that will bring about true spiritual maturation. It is essential to know how to help yourself and others to break through the embedded patterns, deeply rooted conditioning, and entrenched resistance that restrict potential spiritual evolution.

Self realization requires clarity about how the patterns of the ego are triggered, and how they perpetuate the separate sense of self. Without this step, your process will be circular, keeping you spinning around the same issues, or worse: avoiding and spiritual by-passing.

Through dis-identification and an expansion of consciousness in a transpersonal container, the Noumedynamic MethodTM of self inquiry reveals the energetic origins of the sense of self unique to each individual. In the exploration of this unique energetic signature, the brain can “learn” to rewire its own patterns and uproot the ingrained DMN or self-creating Default Mode Network.

Over the past 20 years, our team has taught the Noumedynamic MethodTM to meditation teachers, yoga instructors, sitters for psychedelic explorations, psychologists, cognitive behavior therapists, MBSR facilitators, Naturopaths, Life Coaches, those who accompany others on their personal journey, or would like to accompany others, as well as body-mind and psychobiology researchers involved in the study of consciousness and enlightenment. Noumedynamic MethodTM trainees have applied the method to international relations, human resources, students in schools, yoga and meditation groups, mind-body research, facilitating businesses in change, with individuals from all walks of life and all stages of evolution and awareness.

By taking the Noumedynamic Certificate Training, you can become proficient in the Noumedynamic MethodTM used by MICH Holistic Practitioners to access the confluence point of mind and body. It is at that confluence point that one finds the unique “essence” from which both individuality and wholeness emerge. This essence is the dynamic organizing principle, the noumenon or soul that orchestrates all vital functions on a dimension deeper than body, mind or emotions. It is the doorway to awakening, greater wellbeing, true freedom and inner peace.

  • Discover how to listen, understand and communicate on progressively deeper dimensions through experiential exercises, with personal facilitation, modeling and apprenticeship.
  • Learn to apply a well-proven system of inquiry and exploration within a therapeutic relationship.
  • Master the process of dis-identification with personality and identity, in order to attain the freedom necessary to connect with the source of life – all of life.
  • Reach new depths in your practice and your own personal growth.
  • Become proficient in helping others have and integrate insights.
  • Acquire competency in addressing spiritual bypassing in oneself and others.
  • Gain and teach the ability to recognize all ego defense mechanisms and forms of identification with an in depth understanding of the DMN,
  • Learn to bring the transpersonal dimension to daily life so as to dissolve the experience of separateness, increase compassion for self and others, increase connectedness with the greater whole, life and humanity

The Noumedynamic or “no you-me dynamic” principle is a transpersonal way of communicating, living and relating. Through an in-depth process of facilitated self-inquiry, one is able to transcend the you-me, subject-object duality to attain the profound unity of awareness.

Training Format

Apprenticeship based, guided, self paced study. The program is a structured self paced, apprenticeship course with one-on-one mentorships, practice sessions and live group webinars.

Dedicated teacher/mentor/facilitator.  You will have your own personal mentor who will guide you through the program and facilitate your integration of the method, adapting the learning to your specific needs and talents.

Study materials include recorded videos, animated slideshows, downloadable documents and handout charts for you and your clients, guides, and holistic integration exercises.


Don’t miss out on this revolutionary evolutionary method of expanding consciousness! Your search for what is missing in your practice ends with us, and so do your frustrations.

A Doorway, End-Point or Stepping Stone ?

This revolutionary path of human exploration is the cornerstone of the MICH program. The Noumedynamic Certificate can be taken on its own, as a doorway to, or within the MICH Diploma Program (link to diploma program).

Schedule a discovery call to explore what the Noumedynamic Method can do for you and your practice

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Our Ego Alchemy package offers personal facilitation with a trained Noumedynamic Practitioner in one-on-one sessions to accelerate your spiritual evolution. Give yourself the gift of the transformations that the method elicits.

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The method of Dialogue developed by Quantum Physicist David Bohm has proven itself to be an effective way to “Ensure good communication” and “Activate students” as well as develop collaboration and a holistic model for inquiry. Dialogue facilitates coming to the image totality in case discussions. See

Asking students to review the list of professional homeopathic competencies and scoring themselves on a regular basis helps them to monitor their learning, set their study goals, and gage their understanding. This review of professional competencies helps them to integrate what it means to be a homeopath – specifically. As a graduate, they will have acquired the essential skill of evaluating their own performance in each case, and the ability to monitor the need for post graduate professional training or the need to refer a case.

Video and live cases shown from the very beginning of the training can be used as a vehicle to integrate all aspects of homeopathic training (materia medica, case taking, etc.).

Remedies from the Materia Medica are always presented within the context of a real case; Parts of video-taped successful real-life cases which relate to the subject matter at hand, are shown as examples; Videos and live cases are used in class to model case taking. The video or case is regularly stopped and the students are asked to provide their observations or the next step. In this way, students learn to actively follow a patient and take notes.

Students actively participate in practical, supervised exercises involving different aspects of case taking, such as: patient observation, listening, following the patient, self-awareness, questioning, and awareness of the process itself. As students increase their understanding and their capacity these exercises gradually evolve into full case taking.

Students are required to see a personal homeopath on a regular basis in order to appreciate the role of the patient, understand the action of remedies, and have the direct experience of case taking.

Additional references
  • Bohm, D. (1980) Wholeness and the Implicate Order. New York: Routledge
  • Bohm, D. (2004) On Dialogue. New York: Routledge
  • Gerber, A. Jr. (2001) Wholeness: On Education, Buckmunster Fuller, and Tao. Washington: Gerber Educational Resources.
  • Krishnamurti, J (1953) Education and the Significance of Life. Madras: Krishnamurti Foundation India.
  • Krishnamurti, J (1978) The Wholeness of Life. Madras: Krishnamurti Foundation Trust.
  • Smuts, J. C. and S. Holst (ed.) (1999) Holism and Evolution: The Original Source of the Holistic Approach to Life. Sherman Oaks: Sierra Sun Publishing.
  • Wilber, K. (editor) (1982) The Holographic Paradigm and Other Paradoxes: Exploring the Leading Edge of Science. Boston: Shambala.
  • Wilber, K. (2007) Integral Life Practice: A 21st-Century Blueprint for Physical Health, Emotional Balance, Mental Clarity, and Spiritual Awakening. Boston: Integral Books

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