We are not ill. Our surrounding is ill

Many who come to me for a personal coaching are convinced that their unexplained problems arise out of a psychological dimension. But it is a problem of the interaction in their social surrounding, not a problem of a psychological dimension.
‘After a car accident, the victims get psychological support. At that moment no one is suggesting that the problem is founded in the psychological dimension, despite the fact that we express panic and shock.
Our physical problems, like migraine, fear of death, depression, overweight and addiction are not problems of the psychological dimension but an effect on its causal surrounding. In fact, our diverse illustrations of mental and physical illness are visible expressions of an invisible interaction of our mind with our past and present surrounding.
A ‘therapy of molecule’ is trying to solve problems in the body and the soul, which in fact are not really there but somewhere else. We are not ill, our surrounding is ill!
The way we interact with our surrounding and our surrounding is interacting with us solves us into bodily and mental expressions. A dissolving is possible if we ask us the question: ‘How we do, what we do.’
Our psychological problems are no more a problem of the psychological dimensions as our mind is a process of neurology. Neurology with all their colourful pictures tries to make us belief that consciousness is a product of the brain, just like urine is a product of the kidney. But our consciousness is definitely not dependent on the amount of the brain matter but on our surrounding, how we treat it and how it treats us.
The few visible and spontaneous solutions of psychological problems have one thing in common: They are all based on the gain of a new perspective and with it the newly emerging and rigid transformation of the way of living. Only with a new long-lasting change of our way of live and our surrounding we are able to solve our psychological problems.
The human evolution is therefore not a mechanistic-materialistic process, as we are told in school, but a noetic process. The mind is not a thing, but a process.