Discharge of Neural Aspects
JD - Journalist, Sweden
The day after my Discharge of Neural Aspects session, I felt fantastic, I literally bubbled with joy :) ...
Karen & Will Burke
- Dublin, Ireland
.... She helped us move through these challenges into a place of renewal and hope for our future.
B.W., Business Management Consultant.
... In revealing my strengths, you helped me to face and heal the most painful memories, experiences and time of my life.
RG, Management Consultant, Paris, France
... I was incredibly surprised at the success we had during my various sessions via Skype.
Brian H, Virginia, USA
... She felt like a member of my family immediately and I wouldn't say that unless I believed her authenticity 100%
Rediscovered Intimacy & Magic
Mary Delancy - Dublin
... We were growing further apart and were about to split up.
Freedom from Anti-depressants
JH – Oxford graduate, Accountant, UK
... Eugenie uses techniques that are both spiritually uplifting and psychologically freeing.
Dawn Renolds - Mother & housewife, Guernsey
... I referred my 6 year old daughter to Eugenie for a DofNA (Discharge of Neural Aspects) treatment.
Sam Roze - Complementary Practitioner, Guernsey
... In sloughing off all the old negative conditioning from my past, I felt greatly empowered to make important changes in my life.
Lu Roberts - Essex. UK
... it is not an easy journey but it is a very fulfilling one and without Eugenie's assistance I feel that I would have lost my way and reverted to old habits and unhappiness
Cutting the Cords
Elanor Ashworth - Hampshire, UK
... there were so many different types of connections that bound us together and when they were gone the thoughts dissolved and disappeared with the stress that went with them.
Open up New Horizons The following is an amusing analogy that I came across some years ago – I don’t know who wrote it, but it illustrates how taking responsibility for our thoughts and actions opens out our life to new horizons of possibility: I walk down the street – there’s a huge hole ahead. I fall in. I rant and rave; “poor me”, “who made this wretched hole“, “how could this happen to me”. I yell and scream and demand that someone pulls me out. “I’m a…