Subcellular psychology
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Subcellular psychology

Subcellular psychology is an integral concept of therapy and inner development created by Dr. Grant McFetridge who combined psychology, subcellular biology, and spirituality.

Subcellular psychology is based on the model of the primal cell in which the consciousness of the organism resides.

The biological problems inside this cell are experienced as physical or mental symptoms in our lives.

The Institute made it possible to discover the close relationship between injuries and physical damage in the prenatal and preconceptual period, and the subsequent development, our psyche and consciousness.

This therapy shows that healing from past traumas and biological damage gives us physical and emotional changes in our present life (here and now).

Through therapeutic work, we free ourselves from the burdens of the past and we can heal traumatic events and thus significantly improve the quality of our lives.