The Beings of Light in the context of Multidimensional Therapy help the patient to overcome feelings of deep hurt, resentment, anger and sadness arising from a betrayal within a loving relationship by helping the person to connect with their Higher Self, the source of wisdom and forgiveness.The act of infidelity of a loving partner causes great emotional suffering to the other putting, not infrequently, at risk the continuation of a relationship.

A simple example of a case where Multidimensional Therapy can help is when a client has suffered a betrayal by his/her partner when the relationship was already worn out due to a long period of dating and/or marriage (for example, 18 years of relationship) in which both partners started the relationship when still very young (from 18 to 25 years old) and remained in it until the age of 40. In this type of situation it is normal for routine to take over a couple which will open the door to a certain desire to try something with someone new outside of the relationship.

When two people get together at a young age without having had any previous relationship and start a life together, it is common that after 15 or 20 years of relationship, one or both partners begin to question whether the choice for other suitors that appeared throughout life would not have been more correct. From these doubts arises the desire to experiment. Out of that desire is sometimes born betrayal with someone in need of a relationship. It is more common for this extramarital relationship to occur with someone who is present in that person’s life – friends, co-workers in the same company, or clients.

Sometimes the real difficulty is not just forgiving your partner’s act of infidelity but trusting him/her again and not fearing that it will happen again. When the partner is betrayed, a trauma results which is accompanied by lots of negative emotions that can be cleared or at least alleviated with Multidimensional Therapy. Whenever there is a marital argument, the side that has been betrayed will tend to consecutively throw the hammer of their partner’s act of infidelity, forcing them to remember the wound they left on themselves, changing the balance of power on “who is morally on top in the situation” which will undermine the self-esteem of the person who betrayed.

Of the set of marital problems that a couple faces, the act of infidelity is usually one of the most aggressive and which leads more quickly to the end of a relationship. Sometimes, this act of betrayal only confirms the absence of love, affection and attention that already existed a few years earlier and often ends up serving as a catalyst for a relationship that was already defunct and had been dragging on for various reasons – children in common, convenience, partnerships in business and partnerships among others.