Sessions are for helping you feel like you again.
Each session is very individual, it's what you need it to be - in order to bring you into your strong, well, empowered self - in a clearer, brighter, lighter space.
Bringing you back to life… and to love.
It's about resetting the body to harmonious balance. A session lifts heaviness, removing that 'stuck' feeling and instilling confidence in your abilities to create a great life.
There is guidance within the session, (you can ask specifically for a reading) and sometimes there is a little homework too.
Depending on the length of time we have, sessions may include these things and the possibilities can be huge…
I work in a high trust environment, so this is a positive and proactive space for you to 'get things off your chest' without judgement, an open space for perfect release and renewal.
I see inside the body and work with universal energy, colour, sound, intention and holograms to facilitate this life change. I'm a Reiki Master/Teacher, a Colour Therapist, an Elohim Practitioner and have also been gifted other healing abilities through life experience.
The pace your body is able to process and integrate all this work dictates how much we achieve. If you are really, really ready - your body works like a thirsty sponge.
A Reiki session is a great follow up to this procedure.
The ideal way to approach your session is with the mindset that you are really ready to move forward - and when you've got that, the rest of it flows quite organically. Before you come, you may like to create a mental list of the things you'd like to 'let go of'.
Notes and recommendations are often supplied from the sessions.
Sessions work alongside allopathic medicine.
Some testimonials for my work are here.
Are you ready?
My friend Kim posted this picture on Facebook. I've shared it because it's thought provoking.
And I did a little research and discovered Ellen Goodman (born in 1941) is an American journalist and Pulitzer Prize winning writer. She is also a speaker and social commentator noted for being one of the first women in the United States to discuss women's rights openly. Interesting. Not very normal….
And just because I am not what many people call 'normal' I looked up a dictionary definition… apparently insane is an antonym of normal. (That seems a bit harsh.)
Normal is many things: One of them being a town of central Illinois north-northeast of Bloomington. It is the seat of Illinois State University (founded 1857). Population: 50,700.
After reading all that - I'm cool with some of my bits being normal and my head being one of the antonyms. Haven't decided which one yet.
conforming to a standard; usual, typical, or expected.
"it's quite normal for puppies to bolt their food"
synonyms: usual, standard, typical, stock, common, ordinary, customary, conventional, habitual, accustomed, expected, wonted, everyday, regular, routine, day-to-day, daily, established, settled, set, fixed, traditional, quotidian, prevailing More
ordinary, average, run-of-the-mill, standard, typical, middle-of-the-road, common, conventional, mainstream, unremarkable, unexceptional, plain, simple, homely, homespun, workaday;
informalbog-standard, vanilla, plain vanilla, a dime a dozen;
informalcommon or garden;
antonyms: unusual, abnormal
(of a person) free from physical or mental disorders.
"until her accident Louise had been a perfectly normal little girl"
synonyms: sane, in one's right mind, right in the head, of sound mind, in possession of all one's faculties, able to think/reason clearly, lucid, rational, coherent, balanced, well balanced; More
antonyms: insane, irrational
(of a line, ray, or other linear feature) intersecting a given line or surface at right angles.
"a single plane of symmetry with a diad axis normal to it"
(of a salt solution) containing the same salt concentration as the blood.
"dilute the stock solution with sterile water or normal saline"
(of a solution) containing one gram-equivalent of solute per litre.
denoting a fault or faulting in which a relative downward movement occurred in the strata situated on the upper side of the fault plane.
noun: normal; plural noun: normals
the usual, typical, or expected state or condition.
"her temperature was above normal"
a person who is conventional or healthy.
a line at right angles to a given line or surface.
"the view is along the normal to the surface"
Well -if you're still with me after all of that…
How is your view along the surface?
Yours in delighted abnormality,
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The shoes looked gorgeous in the window.
The idea of wearing the shoes felt delicious.
All her life she had dreamed of having shoes like these, wearing them, how her life
would feel once the shoes were in it. They were perfect.
It was a match made in heaven and finally she had got to a place in her life where
the shoes would be hers.
She tried them on. They rubbed a tiny bit and were a little bit high, but she
thought she could handle it. They were so beautiful, they would stretch and give
- and end up being perfect.
They would get used to her feet.
Everyone said they looked amazing together. She would spend time admiring them. She loved them. Wearing them hurt a bit, but the blisters would stop eventually.
She was in love with the idea of the shoes, but eventually she had to admit her feet
were killing her and there were times when she wanted to wear the shoes so
badly, but she knew that they were too painful. She wore them short distances
instead, and came to understand, that even over those short distances the shoes
did not support her.
Yes the idea of them was good. They were like her drug.
One day the pain became too much and she put them back on the shelf.
She looked at them from time to time.
And sometimes she tried them on. In her mind she dreamed of wearing them - of
dancing in them joyously, being blissfully happy in them. Wishing hard.
Once she wore them to the supermarket, but as soon as she walked in, she knew it was a mistake. She limped home, her heart sore, the disappointment was so great.
They hadn't stretched and given where she had needed them to, they made her teeter
and not feel sure of herself. She realised the little whispers that said ‘No’
were worth listening to, even though they felt like they were trying to steal
They held so much promise and they had so much potential, but the shoes didn't change her life.
Only she could.
She realised that she was looking on the outside for something that she needed to
And that the way she walked was more important than a pair of shoes.
Her feet were what supported her and she should take care where she put them, and
what she put them into.
She invested in putting her best foot forward.
And, walking with heart instead of her mind, she decided to just love where she was
It changed everything. She became love.
The love fitted her better than any pair of shoes, and that love drew new love to
her, new love that honoured her better than trying to squeeze into anything that
didn’t feel right.
Her path was paved with love and bathed in light.
Her feet felt fabulous.
And her heart said 'Yes'.
Deb Wharfe (c) 2013
What if your child is obsessed with something that you don’t approve of?
And so you divert them away from it because you believe it’s a waste of time - or it
doesn’t suit current or traditional thinking - or it doesn’t suit you to help them pursue it. You may feel judged by other parents around you because of their hobby or
But what if that hobby or obsession was the key to their life’s purpose? What if they were a pioneer? What if it takes them 40 years to get back to the suppressed part of themselves and what if they never get back?
Did this happen to you? Are you allowing it to happen to someone else?
I discussed this idea with my husband James this and he made a very valid
point - in New Zealand if that obsession was rugby – a parent might drive that child
all over the country. Many do.
Maybe your child's obsession doesn’t suit you - but what are the broader implications or opportunities for your child in this expanding world? Their job description may not have been invented yet.
Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, Walt Disney, Steve Jobs and many other people were probably considered to be 'obsessed. I’m sure we are all grateful for that.
And we are all communicating in this forum because of their work. Thank God for obsessed nerds' and people we don’t understand pursuing their dreams to fruition.
When I was a child, there wasn’t a name for the work I do now. So please don’t try to put anyone in a box - we all have time for that later.
Live the fullest expression of who you are and allow others to do the same regardless
of how young or old they are.
Meeting them may turn out to be the biggest privilege of your life.
Deb Rowley, Energy Expert, Healer, Speaker & Coach