Hypnotherapy, Qigong Therapy, Vibrational Sound Therapy

Six Senses Healing

Hello everyone,

I am announcing great news!!!  I have started a healing arts services, Six Senses Healing, to sharing what I know and what I believe in, with everyone who wants to experience a holistic approach with alternative medicine.

I was experiencing anxiety, panic attack, and depression for a few years, before and after my divorce.  Life feel like an emotional rollercoaster, and I feel lost and trapped in this chaotic, out of control ride.

To deal with the difficult time, I had try everything I could – seeing a Psychiatrist (try different type of antidepressant medicine that has different side effects such as 25 lb weight gain in one year or emotional numbness or suicidal thoughts), a counselor for three years, an acupuncturist, a chiropractor, a homeopathist, two hypnotherapists, a personal trainer, and a energy healer.

On top of that, I begin to study Kundalini Yoga, Meditation, Qigong, Vibrational Sound Therapy, Hypnotherapy, Emotional Freedom Technique, Aromatherapy, and other modalities.

It is the idea that those who seek to help others are doing so because they are, in turn, helping themselves. The harmony is created when you get connected with the “Inner Self”. You let the wings of freedom to guide your life. Rumi says “The wounds are the places where light enters.”  Healers have a desire to help others because of a difficult past, enormous pain and loss, and their work serving others ultimately heals themselves.

From learning and practicing these modalities showed me a self-discovery and self-realization path, which leads to how to live authentically according to one’s essence and purpose. Our wounds teach us life lessons. They create ways for us to connect, teach and touch other’s hearts with great Attunement, Empathy, and Sympathy.  I want to provide a safe place for others who are seeking help by empowering them to heal themselves.

Besides all the helps I got from the health professionals, the biggest help I got are from friends dear to me.  Their understanding and support and accompany are the reasons that help me through the hard time and for me to get back on my feet.  Without their love and caring, I won’t be alive today.  I am grateful for everyone who has helped me along the way.  In return, I would like to help others who are going through a hard time in life whether you are going through divorce or depression, I want you to know, you are not alone.  There is nothing to feel the shame of.  You have to seek outside help.  And I am happy to share my own experiences with you, offer you support, and help you with ways I know.

親愛的讀者,

我想要告訴你們一個好消息!! 我開始提供療癒服務 – 六感療癒, 將我所學, 所知, 所相信的, 來和想體驗一個考量整體的非主流醫學.

我自己在離婚前後幾年, 經歷過焦慮, 恐慌, 憂鬱症, 那個情緒就像坐雲霄飛車一般, 我感到迷惘和被困住在這個無法控制的情況.

為了尋求康復, 我求助過精神科醫生 (吃過不同的抗憂鬱症藥, 經歷過不同的副作用), 看了三年的諮商師, 也看了中醫師, 整骨師, 自然療法師, 催眠師, 健身教練和能量師.

除此之外, 我還開始學習昆達里尼瑜珈, 打坐, 氣功, 震動聲音療法, 催眠, EFT情緒釋放技巧, 芳療和其他方式.

那些希望藉由幫助別人的人, 他們會選擇這樣做, 是因為他們相信最終會反過來幫到自己。 當你與“內心自我”聯繫時,就會產生和諧。 你讓自由的翅膀引導你的生活。 魯米說:“傷口就是光進入的地方。”治療師因為自己過去的傷痛和損失, 希望能夠透過幫助他人,反過來他們也從中得到療癒。

從學習和實踐這些方式, 提供我一條自我發現和自我實現的道路,引領著如何根據一個人的本質和目的過著真實的生活。 我們的傷口教會我們人生課程。 他們為我們創造了一種方式,通過極大的協調,同理心和同情來聯繫,教導和觸動他人的心靈。 我想為那些尋求幫助的人提供一個安全的地方,讓他們能夠自我治癒。

除了我從專業醫療人士那裡獲得的所有幫助外,我得到的最大幫助是來自親朋好友。 他們的理解,支持和陪伴是幫助我渡過難關並讓我重新站起來的原因。 沒有他們的愛和關懷,我不會活到今天。 我很感激所有幫助過我的人。 作為回報,我想幫助那些正在經歷痛苦的人,無論你是在經歷離婚還是憂鬱症,我想讓你知道,你並不孤單。 不需要感到丟臉。 你必須尋求外界的幫助。 我很樂意與你分享我自己的經驗,為你提供支持,並以我所知的方式幫助你。

Six Senses Healing – Hypnotherapy, Sound Healing, Qigong

 

Healing Arts, Health & Beauty

10 Holistic Approaches to Parkinson’s Disease

For people with Parkinson’s disease, treatment typically involves the use of medications that help minimize movement problems and control symptoms. A disorder of the central nervous system, Parkinson’s disease also can be better managed with the help of certain lifestyle changes. Since many medications used in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease can cause severe side effects, patients often seek alternative treatment options.

The use of alternative medicine in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease has yet to be extensively researched. However, a small number of studies suggest that the following natural approaches may be of some benefit to Parkinson’s patients.

1. Watch and Read

  • Watch a documentary called “HEAL”.

It’s on Netflix if you or your friends have Netflix. Or you can rent or buy via an online platform such as iTune, Amazon, etc.

2. Eat healthy food.

Raw fruits and vegetables, High fiber foods, Healthy fats, Cold-pressed oils, Omega-3 foods, Green tea, lots of water, Protein at dinner only.

AVOID too much protein, processed foods, artificial sweeteners & added sugar, alcohol, any potential food allergens (gluten, dairy, shellfish, peanuts.)

3. Add supplements.

Coenzyme Q10, Vitamin C, D, E, Omega-3 fish oil, Green vegetable powder supplement that includes Spirulina, chlorella or wheatgrass.

4. Choose the right exercises.

Staying active can help you sleep, strengthen your muscles and joints, reduce stress and depression, and improve posture, balance, and gait. The types of exercise you choose will depend, to some degree, on the severity of your Parkinson’s disease and your overall health.

According to the Parkinson’s Disease Clinic and Research Center at the University of California, the exercises should be varied and incorporate changing directions through unplanned movement, cardiovascular exercise, balance, strength training and rhythmical exercises.

Walking, Dancing, Tai Chi, Qigong, Yoga, Meditation, Swimming, Water Aerobics,

5. Acupuncture.

According to the Neurodegenerative Disease Research Group at King’s College in London, recent research has shown acupuncture can relieve Parkinson’s symptoms by generating a neural response in areas of the brain that are particularly affected by inflammation, such as the putamen and the thalamus.

Acupuncture has been used for centuries to help reduce pain, anxiety, insomnia, and stiffness. Now it’s suggested that it can even help slow cell death and attenuate oxidative stress that causes damage to dopaminergic neurons in the substantia nigra.

6. Hypnotherapy and Sound Therapy.

Hypnotherapy is like a guided meditation with an intention that works on your subconscious by telling your subconscious what we want the body to do (relax your body and mind, sleep better, improve the symptoms, etc.)

Sound Therapy uses the water in your body vibrated with the Singing Bowls that is placed on your body plus the sound you hear, together they can work wonders to unblock the tension you have in your organs or cells, brain stimulation can dramatically improve the symptoms, and the transmission of dopamine and serotonin. Sound Therapy helps with motivation, coordination, energy, vocal tone and modulation, mood and positivity.

7. MRI-Focused Ultrasound  Undergoing Phase 3 Clinical Trial for Parkinson’s Treatment

With the new technology, clinicians direct ultrasound waves to a brain structure called the globus pallidus, which helps regulate voluntary movement, to destroy damaged tissue, decreasing the uncontrolled movements that characterize Parkinson’s disease.

Doctors use magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to create a temperature map of the brain, giving them a real-time picture of the region they want to hit with the sound waves. They then raise the energy, directly targeting that area of the brain to destroy the tissue.

8.  Aromatherapy

Essential oils are believed to have beneficial effects on the mind, body, and spirit. Many essential oils are used to treat specific ailments or complaints. Like herbs and minerals, the FDA does not regulate essential oils. Most medical doctors don’t consider them a valid treatment for what ails you, but those who use them are believers. But check with your doctor first. If you have allergies or anaphylaxis, you’ll probably want to avoid most essential oils. By and large, though, they’re worth a try.

9. Massage Therapy

According to a 2002 study conducted by the Touch Research Institute at the University of Miami, along with staff from the university’s neurology department and Duke University’s pharmacology department, Parkinson’s disease symptoms are reduced by massage therapy. In this study, the group of adults with Parkinson’s disease who received two massages a week for five weeks experienced improved daily functioning, increased quality of sleep and decreased stress-hormone levels. The study’s authors reported, “These findings suggest that massage therapy enhances functioning in progressive or degenerative central nervous system disorders or conditions.”

While several different massage modalities have been quantifiably researched in the context of Parkinson’s, including Trager, Alexander Technique and Swedish massage, all modalities report improvement in function, from the reduction of rigidity and improvement of sleep, to the reduction of tremor and increase of daily activity stamina.

https://www.massagetoday.com/articles/14399/How-to-Help-People-With-Parkinsons

https://parkinsonsnewstoday.com/2018/01/15/parkinsons-disease-symptoms-can-improve-with-massage-therapy/

10. Medical Marijuana (CBD)

The two primary chemicals that are isolated from the cannabis plant are Delta-9-tetrahydrocannibinol (THC) and Cannabidiol (CBD). THC exerts the mind-altering effects that recreational marijuana is known for, whereas CBD does not. For the most part, medical marijuana consists of purified combinations of these two chemicals in varying ratios. The combination can be dispensed as a liquid, pill or nasal spray. Both THC and CBD interact with the ECS.

https://www.apdaparkinson.org/article/medical-marijuana-and-parkinsons-disease/

https://www.davisphinneyfoundation.org/blog/new-research-medication-and-cbd-oil-in-parkinsons-with-dr-trevor-hawkins/

 

You can volunteering for Trial with The Michael J. Fox Foundation.

The Michael J. Fox Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to funding research into therapies for Parkinson’s disease, supports research to identify new targets for therapies as well as improving current therapies.

Education, Healing Arts, Health & Beauty

Netflix Documentary: Heal

Director Kelly Noonan Gores’ documentary takes us on a scientific and spiritual journey where we discover that our thoughts, beliefs, and emotions have a huge impact on our health and ability to heal. The latest science reveals that we are not victims of unchangeable genes, nor should we buy into a scary prognosis. The fact is we have more control over our health and life than we have been taught to believe.

This film will empower you with a new understanding of the miraculous nature of the human body and the extraordinary healer within us all. HEAL not only taps into the brilliant minds of leading scientists and spiritual teachers but follows three people on actual high stakes healing journeys. Healing can be extremely complex and deeply personal, but it can also happen spontaneously in a moment. Through these inspiring and emotional stories, we find out what works, what doesn’t, and why.

Now available on Netflix!!! Or you can rent or buy via online platforms such as iTune, Amazon, etc. 

導演Kelly Noonan Gores的紀錄片帶我們進行科學和靈性之旅,探索我們的思想,信念和情緒對我們的健康和療癒能力有巨大影響。 最新的科學研究發現,我們不是無法改變基因的受害者,我們也不應該相信可怕的醫療預測結果。 事實上,我們對健康和生命的控制力是比我們被教導的要多。

這部電影將讓您對人體的神奇自癒和我們所有人當中那些非凡的療癒者有新的認識。 HEAL不僅能夠吸引領先科學家和靈性導師的傑出思想,而且還會跟隨三個人實際進行的高風險療癒之旅。 治療可能非常複雜且非常個人化,但它也可能在一瞬間自發發生。 通過這些鼓舞人心和情感的故事,我們發現哪些有效,哪些無效,以及為什麼。

Spiritual Enrichment

Vipassana 十天內觀禁語靜坐營

What is Vipassana? (中文版故事寫在照片之後)

I went to a 10-days Vipassana Silence Meditation Retreat at North Fork, California in the end of October.  I would like to share my personal experiences and thoughts here.  You can google it to see experiences from others.

It was interesting how I signed up and attended this retreat.  I went to see an old friend in June who I haven’t see for three years or so. During our conversation, he mentioned that he has attended Vipassana 7 times in 4 years and he is going again in October which is a bilingual session (English and Mandarin that is offered once a year), and he recommend me to attend because it helps him a lot in many ways.  Few weeks later when I flip through my photos on my phone, I realized that someone else has told me about it years ago because I took a photo of a marketing piece of the Vipassana that has their contact info on it.

I totally forgot about it until now.  So I looked at it as a sign that I should really look into it this time.  In the end, I did submit my application and got accepted.  This retreat is totally free for everyone because someone else who donate money.  It’s a donation based and you can only donate if you have attended at least one 10-days retreat.  It has a long waitlist and people do drop out in the middle of the retreat so please take it seriously.

Personally, I don’t meditate in a regular daily basis so I really don’t know what I got myself into until I got there.  Stay silent, no eye contact or interaction with others wasn’t hard for me.  I kind of like the quiet time.  By the third day I can sit very still for one hour and not eating dinner but I want to leave on the fourth and sixth days . . . .and you wonder why?

All the chanting, English+Chinese instructions and discourse are all done by recording which is about 5 min long.  The chanting is in Sanskrit or Hindi, the English has a heavy Indian accent and the Chinese has Mainland Chinese accent plus the Chinese translation delivery has totally lost the original personalities, sense of humor and the temperature of the voice.  Moreover, they play the recording in the beginning and in the end of every hour meditation.

Guess what??  It play 11 times a day!!!  I was so turn off by the recording.  I want to skip the recording but can’t.  I especially hate to listen to the Chinese instructions and the discourse.  I want to switch to the English, and ask the assistant manager but her response was no, it’s better to stay in Chinese since it was my first time. Since I offer someone a ride from the Bay area and I didn’t want to leave him there so I stay through.

By the 11th day early morning (the day we are leaving), after we finished our last Chinese discourse, assistant teacher let us go into the meditation hall to watch English discourse video.  Wait a second, the English discourse is using videos??  This was my first time listen to the English version of the discourse, and got to see Mr. Goenka, and what a big difference did it make!!!!  He was funny and loving.  Even it was the last 5-10 min of the video but I was ended up in tears.  What the hell that I listen to the Chinese for that 10 days and totally disconnected when I should have listen to the English and have a totally different experience.

So seriously, If your English is good enough, I would recommend you to take the English one.  If your native language is something else, look up the website using your native language, google search some youtube videos, get familiar with some keywords that are in your native language, then I think you will be just fine with English.  I wish I have done that before I went because I would have a totally impression and experiences for the 10 days.

One good reason to take the bilingual retreat is the food.  They do offer some Chinese food such as porridge, rice, veggie, tofu, rice noodle, hot soup, etc for breakfast and lunch; otherwise, I think the standard meals would be oatmeal, cereals, toast, instant coffee and tea for breakfast, and salad for lunch.

If you are not a regular meditators, maybe you want to attend shorter one such as 3 days or 5 days with other organizations just so you get used to the idea of meditation.  “Sitting Still” for an hour long is harder than you think, let alone that you need to do that 5 times a day or more.

By the day three, I am fine without eating “dinner” (fresh fruits and tea) because I don’t feel hungry.  However, from the day four, I slept until 6:30 for breakfast because I was so tired.  Go figure.

I am back from the retreat for two months now and I wasn’t able to continue to meditation in a daily basis. I guess it will be on my 2019 resolution wishes!!!  LOL

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Now, let me share some logistics (besides what they say online or in email) with you so you can be more prepared for your retreat.

I went in the end of October in North Fork, California.  The weather was nice, 46F to 80F, no rain.

> I would suggest to have boonie/bucket + down vest during the day, and beanie + down jacket at night and early morning because it’s cold from your dorm to the meditation hall or the dining room during the 5-10 min walk. And it will get colder as day goes on.

> Bring a indoor flip flop.  The dorm is carpeted in the room and the hallway but tiled in the bathroom.

> Bring a Thermos if you want hot water.  All the water in the dorm is drinkable; however, you only get hot water during meal time in the dining room. You can bring a kettle if you really need a lot of hot water per day.

> Make sure your flashlight is bright.

> They have hair dryers in the bathroom

> In the bathroom wall, there are different signup sheets for shower time/shower room, and cleaning day.

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A typical daily schedule:

4:00am Wake-up Bell call

4:30-6:30 Meditation in your room or in Meditation Hall or Pagoda Cell

6:30-7:15 Breakfast

7:15-8:00 Break

9:00-9:00 Group sitting in the Meditation Hall*

9:00-10:00 Meditation in your room or in Meditation Hall or Pagoda Cell

11:00-11:45 Lunch

11:45-1:00 Break

1:00-2:30 Meditation in your room or in Meditation Hall or Pagoda Cell

2:30-3:30 Group sitting in the Meditation Hall*

3:30-5:00 Meditation in your room or in Meditation Hall or Pagoda Cell

5:00-5:30 Tea and Fruits (Dinner)

5:30-6:00 Break

6:00-7:00 Group sitting in the Meditation Hall*

7:00-8:15 Teacher Discourse* (English and Mandarin in two different rooms)

8:20-9:00 Group sitting in the Meditation Hall*

9:00-9:30 Q&A or retire to your room

10:00 Lights Out

 男女的住宿, 用餐, 活動範圍完全分開/ Men and Women has separate dorms, dining room, walking area.

每天要走的路/You walk on this path few times a day

如果下雨, 就建議穿雨鞋了.

女生宿舍之一/one of the dorm

有三間廁所, 三間浴室/ 3 toilets and 3 showers in the dorm

男女共修/分二邊坐的大禪堂/ Meditation Hall, men and women sit on different side

Pagoda 小觀房的外觀, 裡面有很多小隔間, 獨立空間打坐.

什麼是內觀? Vipassana 台灣內觀中心. (聽說台中要關掉了, 那就剩高雄)

我十月底去North Fork, CA參加一場十天的內觀禁語禪修營, 這次會去是因為一位三年沒見的中醫朋友強烈推薦, 他四年內已經去了七次, 他說對他幫助很大, 所以鼓勵我考慮參加. 後來我才發現, 數年前已經有朋友告訴過我, 只是我當時沒放在心上.  這次大概是時間點對了, 因為我真的報名也被接受參加了.

我平常沒有固定打坐冥想, 都是想到才做, 所以完全沒有心理準備實際上每天要打坐五次以上, 每次一小時會是什麼樣的挑戰和感覺. 後來發現, 維持不動的一小時打坐是可以訓練而習慣的, 但我非常不習慣, 而且後來非常抗拒排斥的, 是每小時打坐時間的前後五分鐘所聽的錄音帶.

英文的指導是葛印卡先生所錄製, 中文版另有他人直接翻譯後錄製, 而我不習慣印度口音很重的英文, 也非常受不了冷硬死板的中文直譯的聲音和內容, 因為英文版的原音起碼很有溫度, 很有感情, 很有幽默感, 而中文的完全失去那個原味.

痛苦的是, 每天要聽十一次的五分鐘錄音帶, 內容大同小異, 但一樣痛苦, 我反感到很想離開, 後悔當初幹嘛不報英文版的就好. 不過報中英雙語營的好處是食物, 因為參加的華人多, 所以他們有特別準備一些稀飯, 米粉, 豆腐, 熱湯, 炒菜等, 不然的話, 早餐可能就是麥片或玉米片, 咖啡, 午餐就是沙拉.

晚上的開示, 中文和英文是分開在二個不同空間, 我到 “最後一天” 才知道, 原來英文的是看錄影帶, 所以他們看得到葛印卡先生實際說話的樣子, 我才真正感受到他的慈悲關愛, 當他說 “May all being be in peace, happy, liberate. 願一切眾生安詳, 快樂, 解脫”, 我的眼淚忍不住流下來, 而我們中文的還是聽錄音帶, 常常聽到我睡著. 你無法想像那二者的落差之大, 讓我後悔不已啊!!!

我強烈建議, 如果你的英文程度還行, 建議你是先在網上找Youtube, 看一些影片, 弄懂一些關鍵字, 你就直接參加英文營就好, 我覺得那個體驗會好很多.  如果你平常沒有打坐冥想的習慣, 建議先去參加其他三天或五天的暖身一下, 一下子參加十天的, 需要毅力和決心.

我回來二個月了, 完全沒有繼續打坐, 我看把它列入2019年的新年新希望吧!!! LOL

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葛印卡先生

古老的印度留給世界兩種實踐方法。一種是體能鍛鍊的瑜伽體位法(Asanas) 以及調息法 (Pranayama) 來保持身體健康;另一種則是内觀(Vipassana),心的訓練以保持心的健康。任何宗教信仰的人都可以學習並實踐這兩種方法。同時,人們仍可安詳與和諧地遵循自己的宗教信仰,完全不需要改變,改變信仰往往是產生緊張與衝突的主要因素。除非内心能獲得安詳,否則世界和平無法實現。焦躁不安與安詳和諧無法共存。要獲得内心安詳的一個方法就是內觀,這是非宗派、科學的,以成果導向來自我觀察與了解實相的方法。修持這個方法,能在經驗上體驗身心是如何相互影響。 每次當負面情緒自心中產生,比如焦慮, 生氣;身體上便會升起不愉悅的感受。而内心產生無私的愛、慈悲與善意時,整個身體就滿溢著愉悅的感受。修持内觀也體驗到,心的作用引導著身體和言語上的行為,從而决定了行爲的好壞。心是最重要的,這也就是爲什麽我們要找到實際可行的方法來使内心安詳與純淨。

Education, Hypnotherapy

Prenatal Regression | 產前追朔催眠療法

Sharon L Nelson specializes in Past Life Regression, Between Lives Soul Regression and Prenatal Regression therapy who is one of our soon-to-be-Master-Hypnotherapist graduate that presenting and share her final paper with a group of students today. I was glad I went. Although I never pregnant, I heart about the importance of prenatal education such as mother should stay in a good mood, listen to music, talk to the baby, etc but never thought about how the mood of the mother and people around her does really have a big impact on the fetus, and the fetus carry the emotion all the way through to adulthood.  

The topic: Prenatal Regression & Our Transition from Spirit to Birth

Come learn what Prenatal Regression is, how it can help you and your clients, and what makes it such a valuable healing tool.

  • Would you like to uncover some of the unconscious energetic ties you have with your mother?

  • Would you like the opportunity to reset some of your limiting perspectives on life that are unconsciously guiding your life today?

  • Would you like to experience the energy of your soul as it were before you were born into this life and the intentions you held for this lifetime?

Prenatal regression can be intimidating to people who have tense relationships with their mothers, however it offers us the opportunity to understand our mothers in a way that may be deeper than their own understanding of themselves and give us the opportunity to choose a new perspective on our relationship with her, all without having to personally interact with her.  In our mother’s womb, we have the knowingness of spirit, but the perspective of an infant.  The choices we make in the womb, with our infant mind, can drive our unconscious perspective of life until we go back and uncover the choices we made while in our mother’s womb. We all come into body with plans, big plans, but the time we spend in our mother’s womb often clouds our drive and can change how we see the world around us.  These changes can impede our plans, no matter how sure of them we were when we left the spirit world and came here to Earth to live a human life.  Prenatal Regression offers us a way to explore, embrace and release the ties we carry from the time in our mother’s womb that are still affecting our life today.

Sharon lead a group induction and told us that some of us may not be able to go back to our mother’s womb because it’s up to our spirit.  Some of us might have some strong emotions and some may experience something special.  I, happened to be the one who is not ready or wanting to go back to my mother’s womb.  I don’t know why but I senses that might be painful and my spirit is not ready for me to experiences it.  I was fine with it.

Sharon’s presentation does make me think about the importance of the Prenatal regression as a healing tool because our senses and memories might developing earlier than what we have thought.  Prenatal regression is also a niche that very few people specialized or focus on when it is very special and important as well.  If you are interested, you can contact Sharon L Nelson currently lives in Roseville, CA and does sessions via Skype or in person in Walnut Creek, CA.  Don’t forget to mentioned you know her because this blog post.

Sharon L Nelson 專攻前世追朔催眠, 不同世代的靈魂追朔催眠, 和產前追朔催眠. 她即將完成最高級催眠師證書資格, 她今天和催眠學校的學生們分享她的結業報告.  很高興我今天有去聽她的分享. 雖然我沒懷孕過, 但我聽過女性朋友討論胎教的重要, 例如母親要保持心情愉悅, 聽聽音樂, 與胎兒說說話之類的, 而我從來沒想過, 母親和她周遭的人事物帶來情緒上的起伏, 對胎兒的影響力, 是一直延續到胎兒出生, 長大成人. 

主題: 產前追朔催眠療法, 以及我們從靈魂到出生的轉接

學習什麼是產前追朔催眠療法, 它如何幫助你和你的客戶, 為什麼它是一個很有價值的療癒工具

  • 你想要打開連結你與你母親某些無意識的能量嗎?
  • 你想要有個機會重設一些生命中的限制, 而且無意識地影響你今天的生活嗎?
  • 你想要體驗你的靈魂在未出世前的能量, 還有你這一輩子所持有的意圖嗎?

產前追朔催眠療法有可能會對那些與母親關係緊張的人產生恐懼, 然而它使我們有機會以一種比母親對她自己的理解還要更深的方式來了解我們的母親, 並讓我們有機會選擇我們跟她的關係的新看法, 而不需要與她有真的交流. 當我們在母親的子宮裡, 我們有靈性, 也有嬰兒的視野. 我們在子宮裡所做的選擇和我們嬰兒的頭腦, 可以驅動我們對生命的無意識視野, 直到我們回去揭開我們在子宮裡所做的選擇. 我們都帶著計劃來到子宮, 但我們在子宮裡的時間往往混濁了我們的動力, 進而改變了我們對周圍世界的看法. 無論我們當初多篤定, 一旦我們離開靈性, 來到地球, 過著人類的生活, 這些變化可能會阻礙我們的計劃. 產前追朔催眠提供我們一個方式來探索, 擁抱和釋放我們待在母親子宮那段時間的關係, 因為它仍然影響我們今天的生活.

Sharon 引領一個團體的催眠, 她事先告訴大家, 有些人也許無法回到母親胎中, 因為那是決定於我們的靈魂. 有些人可能會有強烈的情緒反應, 有些人可能會有特殊經驗. 我剛好就是那個還沒準備好, 或不想回到我母親的胎中, 我不知道原因, 但我有感覺那可能會是個痛苦的經驗, 而我的靈魂還沒準備好讓我體驗. 我也無所謂.

Sharon的簡報分享的確讓我開始思考產前追朔催眠療法的重要性, 因為我們的五感和記憶有可能比我們認知的還要更早發展. 產前追朔催眠也是一個非常特殊的療法, 只有少數的催眠師專攻, 但有它特別和重要性.  如果你對產前追朔催眠有興趣, 歡迎與Sharon聯絡. 別忘了跟她提起你是因為這篇文章才找上她的喔!!!