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Distance Sessions - what are they and how do they work?

Distance healing work is a new concept for many of us.

I can honestly say that the first time I was introduced to this possibility I had my reservations.

Some thoughts that crossed my mind included:

  •  ‘How can I be here in my living room and you (the healthcare practitioner) be tens, hundreds, even thousands of kilometres away?'
  • ‘Is she psychic? Does she have superhuman powers of perception?’
  • ‘Is this a hoax?’

Lucky for me, however, my friend’s exuberant praise and successful experience with this increasingly popular modality really struck home with me, and I decided to give it a chance. I was blown away by its effectiveness. I needed to know more.

Turns out that new research in quantum theory can help explain this healing work. I know what you’re thinking, eek! Quantum physics? Sounds complicated!  And truthfully, I agree that much of the quantum world is difficult to comprehend. So, let me break down a few key principles for you:

  1. Cause and effect does not necessarily apply. Particles (or clusters of particles, i.e. people) that appear to be separate are actually connected by a web of energy. Physical contact is not necessary for one object (or person) to influence another.
  2. The observer is an active participant in what is happening (we create our reality).
  3. The fundamental particles of the physical world are not fixed, but instead constantly move and change. That movement and change are affected by how we observe it.

Still making your head spin? Simply put, quantum theory tells us that everything is connected and there is no such thing as distance. Enter: distance healing work.  Distance healing is like wireless technology. It is well accepted that the garage door opener works by wireless methods. The mobile phone works at even greater distances. There simply has to be a sender (the health care practitioner) and a receiver (you, the client seeking help).  

We are only just beginning to understand this new realm of physics. But just because we don’t have a complete understanding, doesn’t mean that it doesn’t exist.  Just because your cat doesn’t understand wireless internet, doesn’t mean Wi-Fi doesn’t exist – correct? This is the cutting edge of health care. Deeper, more complete rationale around the inner workings of distance healing will come into view as new discoveries are made in the science world.

Just imagine healing from the comfort of your own couch, no traffic, no taking a day off work to see the doctor. Starting to sound more appealing, right? Away on holiday? Too ill to make the trip? Not in the same country as your favourite health care practitioner? No problem! This is healing for the 21st century. Not hocus pocus, just real, tangible healing on a physical, mental, energetic level. Take a test drive. Experience a distance session for yourself and see what all the hype is about.

Client results:

We had been trying to get pregnant for over a year without luck. After testing the doctor told us we had infertility problems and that it would be very hard for us to become pregnant in a natural way.


We are now happy to say that after our [distance] BodyTalk session and Constellation work our pregnancy test showed positive.


Our doctor didn't understand how it was possible, but we knew better.  We want to extend our sincerest gratitude for their amazing work and the gift they gave us!


- Robby & Karlien, Belgium

 

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How to be an Introvert in a Sea of Extroverts

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Being introverted in a society that thrives on extroverted energy can feel like a tumultuous place to be. Our culture often seems to reward the loudest and most aggressive one in the bunch. So what does that mean for us introverts? Are we best served by modifying our personality to fit the order of the day? In my opinion, no. However, I do think that being introverted in an extroverted society gives us a special opportunity for self-reflection. Are there components of our introverted personalities that we can nurture and develop that will make it easier for ourselves? Heck ya there are! Lets take a look at a few things that can make our lives much better:

 

1)    KNOW THAT IT’S OKAY TO BE YOU

Some of the best advice I ever received on this topic was, “be yourself, you don’t need to become an extrovert.” What a relief! It wasn’t until I actually read those words that I realised I was unconsciously trying to push myself to be extroverted, trying to push myself to be louder, more assertive, and social. I began allowing the silent lulls in conversation. I stopped trying to fill the space. I became okay with not always having something to say. Silence is beautiful too.

Rather curl up with a book at home than hit up a party? Completely acceptable behaviour. We do not need to reference outside ourselves for what we “should” want, or “should” do.

Know that you are not alone. There are heaps of people who feel just like you – even if it doesn’t seem like it. In fact, many of my friends would probably not pin me as a full-on introvert. But that’s because I’ve learnt to come out of my shell, learnt to embody a truer version of myself. These next three points helped me get to where I am today…

2)    MOVE THROUGH SOCIAL ANXIETY

I can say from first hand experience that social anxiety absolutely sucks. Tightness in the chest, nervousness over going out in groups, panicky vibes once you’re there – just a few of the not so pleasant side effects of social anxiety.

Now I’m not saying that all introverts have social anxiety. However, I do get the feeling that it’s more prevalent among us with an introverted disposition. I don’t have any fancy sage advice. For me, what worked was pushing myself to go out and put myself in uncomfortable situations over and over again, until these situations were no longer uncomfortable. Essentially exposure therapy. Now I know what you’re thinking, “this sounds tortuous and unappealing” (and on many levels you are correct), but for me, this method totally worked. From the other side, I can tell you that it was worth every ounce of discomfort. Why? Because now I am not limited by my fear and aversion to social situations. Step through the fear, freedom awaits you on the other side.

3)    LEARN TO NURTURE YOUR EMPATHETIC NATURE

Empath: A person who is capable of feeling the emotions of others despite the fact that they themselves are not going through the same situation.

Sometimes “feeling too much” can get a bit overwhelming. Being sensitive to other people’s energy, especially in large groups, used to make me feel heavy and scattered. As a result, I would avoid certain situations.

Avoiding situations and people was limiting. I knew I had to make a change. I started by slowly building my tolerance to triggering situations. Spend a small chunk of time in situations and with people who feel overwhelming to your sensitive nature. Gradually increase these chunks of time. It will get easier as you acclimatise yourself.

Don’t own what’s not yours. If you are sensitive to others, odds are you take on what they are putting out there and experience their feelings as your own. It does not have to be this way. Ask yourself, “Are the feelings I am experiencing my own? Am I obligated to hold onto these feelings?” If the answer is no, then simply give yourself the permission to let those feelings leave your system. You will be surprised how well this works.

4)    SAY “YES!” TO NEW EXPERIENCES

Spending the night in alone, taking on a solo project, or opting for a bike ride alone may seem like very appealing endeavours. Do you automatically revert to the solo experience over the group option? Perhaps you’re missing out.

There is nothing wrong with spending time alone. However, life is constantly offering us a myriad of opportunities to grow and learn, and spending time with fellow human beings is an excellent way for us to accelerate our growth. People are able to push our buttons, giving us a perfect opportunity to turn inwards and investigate our triggers. I believe that we are able to accelerate our growth by surrounding ourselves with people who can mirror our weaknesses back to us.

Say yes to the unknown.  A new experience in and of itself offers opportunity for growth. You can’t say that you won’t like it until you try it. You may even surprise yourself and have some fun along the way!

 

I hope sharing my experiences gives you some material to reflect upon. I encourage you to take the points that resonate and leave the rest. At the end of the day we are just one big human family. Whether you are introverted, extroverted, or somewhere in between, don’t let these labels define you. You are completely unique and have a completely original way of being to share with the world. Embrace it.

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