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The term “Metamorphosis” is derived from Greek and consists of two aspects: “Meta”, meaning change and “Morph” meaning form; Change Form. It is used to describe the process of shifting from one form or state to another. When a caterpillar turns into a butterfly, its internal structure becomes amorphous first, and then the matter is reorganized into the shape of a butterfly. In my work as a facilitator for transformation, I have observed something very similar. When human beings transform, meaning they shift from one state of being to another, there is a brief state of becoming amorphous, and then the new human emerges. This is the basic structure for all healing, whether it is on the physical level or in the mind and emotions. It is also independent of whether the person is aware of this process or not. The same is true for the transformation of everything, including humans, animals, substances, and organizations. I have come to understand that the process of metamorphosis always works along the same principles, regardless of where or under what circumstances it occurs. Once we understand these principles, we can identify exactly what supports metamorphosis and what does not.