Psychosomatic Disorders Behind every painful emotion, there is an unreleased energetic charge which eventually lodges itself in our physical bodies and creates blockages to the free flow of our energy. The initial trauma occurs in the mind and the emotions; this then impacts on the physical body creating imbalances such as muscular cramps or digestive disorders, hypertension or insomnia. In this way, the body’s imbalances can cause illnesses that have their source in emotional pain.
When we find ways to create peace and self acceptance within, our outer lives and relationships become healed and transformed. In discovering what prevents us from accepting ourselves, we open the way to profound self healing. Psychotherapy and Hypnotherapy empower this vital connection by giving relaxation to the body and clarity to the mind.
Self Development and Growth I provide a combination of highly developed intuitive skills that complement each other. This opens the way for greatly accelerated self development and growth. I use Quantum Healing and Reiki techniques to remove blockages trapped in cellular memory. Clients report a greater degree of insight and a deeper understanding of their life objectives. With the aid of individual CD recordings, I teach self empowerment and relaxation techniques tailored to your unique needs that can release tension and fear, boosting self confidence, and improving your…
Deep down you already know the solutions to your problems, but it’s very difficult to find the time and space to access these solutions. When you feel overwhelmed by the challenges and demands of life, knowing there IS a way forward and a space where it’s safe to be vulnerable can be a great help. Ongoing support and guidance can transform long standing fears and phobias; can heal and resolve relationship issues, opening up a whole new life experience. People come to me suffering from low self esteem,…
ELLA BAKER 1903 – 1986
JAMES CASH PENNY 1875 – 1971
FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE 1844 – 1900
“I really must try to get some sleep tonight”. How many times have we been haunted by this thought? So often the dread of something is far worse than the thing itself. This anticipation projects our thoughts towards an imaginary future that may never happen, or that may turn out to be completely different. Worrying about sleeplessness, and about how we’ll feel the next day, uses up far more energy than simply accepting it; relaxing and focusing on letting go.
We often attract people who on some level resonate with us even if our outer personalities appear completely different. The more out of touch we are with our true nature, the more likely it is that we’ll attract a partner who is equally unaware of themselves. One person’s unfinished business erupts to clash with the other’s: unresolved jealousies, anger, or grudges from the past, all emerge to haunt them and create even more problems.