HEART WALLS: When we experience pain and suffering in life, we tend to react to our vulnerability by building protective walls of emotion around our Heart. For example, we may become bitter or fearful in order to unconsciously keep out the prospect of future Love; or we may display a jealous or stubborn streak to shield ourselves from a repeat of the past. In other words, we find ways to control future life experiences in order not to feel the pain again. Unfortunately, this
Do you sometimes feel sluggish, heavy, demotivated, de-energised, and not know why? When it’s sunny and bright outside, do you only notice the darkness within? Could it be an Old Story that is responsible for how you’re feeling right now? Unprocessed or unresolved Stories from the past drain the body of Energy. Whether we are conscious or unconscious of these Stories, their effect is to zap our life-force, leaving us vulnerable to emotional discomfort, disease, premature agin
People often come to see me when they're feeling beached, stranded or washed up in life. In other words. Stuck. ‘Stuck' can take four kind of forms: PHYSICALLY STUCK - there is some kind of pain or disability preventing you from moving forward in life. Literally or figuratively. You're stuck taking medication; stuck at home/in bed/on your back/in hospital/in a wheelchair; in a work situation; in an unhealthy relationship; an overweight body... MENTALLY STUCK - you're stuck wi
Prior to considering an alternative healing session people are often confounded by questions, doubts and negative self-talk🤔 Unlike the open acceptance of babies, children and animals - all our cultural expectations, emotional barriers, social defences, mental resistance, adult suspicions and religious conflicts can come into play.
“How does this work?; how could this possibly help me?; is this based on any science?; am I wasting my time here?; am I a fool for even consider
MAYA ANGELOU decided at the age of 8 that her voice was so powerful it had killed a man. As a result, she stopped speaking. That man was her mother’s lover who had gone to prison for one day and a night after raping the young Angelou during one of her visits to her mother, living in another State. Angelou had made the vow after the guilt and shame of overhearing a policeman on the doorstep announcing that the man had been found dead (probably kicked to death by Angelou’s male