An Ever-Growing Toolbox Of Therapies As An Intuitive Practitioner
As an Intuitive practitioner of energy healing, I combine as needed and welcomed by the recipient, elements of various modalities. These include:
Heart-Centred Energy Healing: universal energy amplified and pulsed powerfully yet gently from my heart offers a deep profound healing experience. The heart is the first organ to form in the body; it has intelligence and is often called the ‘heart brain’. It plays a large part in the formation of the cerebral brain. It emits its own balancing and regulating hormones, and transfers electromagnetic and chemical information to the rest of the body, and to other bodies nearby.
Chakra Healing: the word ‘Chakra’ is Sanskrit and means ‘Disk’ or ‘Wheel’. Chakras are energy centres that spin at a particular frequency and correspond to a particular part of the body. Connecting the Chakras and running through the body are thousands of energy channels that govern energy circulation around the body. If a certain part of the mind or body is unbalanced, the chakra associated with it will slow down and become sluggish. The change in the energy of the Chakra is identified by the practitioner and stabilised, bringing the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual body back in to balance.
Meridian Balancing: the Meridians are energy channels that transport life force energy and blood through the body and its internal organs. The slightest imbalance in energy can lead to physical and emotional disturbance.
Kinesiology: another name for muscle testing. The body of all living things has within it and surrounding it an electrical network. Kinesiology uses your electrical system and muscles. If I was to ask you to place your arm out in front of you keeping the muscles strong, then asked you to say your name as I gently pressed on your wrist, your arm would be strong and stay out in front of you as you give me your name. If I then asked you to give a false name as I pressed on your wrist with the same pressure, the muscles in your arm would be weak and you would not be able to prevent me from pushing your arm down.
If anything influences our electrical system that does not preserve or enhance our health and our body’s balance, our muscles, when having physical pressure applied, are unable to hold their strength. On the other hand, if the influence does preserve and enhance our health, the muscles will remain strong.
Kinesiology allows me to ask any specific question in connection with the animal I have my feeling attention on that gives a yes or no answer, yes being a positive response and no being a negative muscle weakening response. A question can be anything from “Is this animal receiving a nutritionally balanced diet” to “Does this animal suffer from an allergy”. A ‘yes’ answer will keep the muscle strong; a ‘no’ answer will weaken the link. Kinesiology allows me to get right down to the smallest detail; which is why Kinesiology is a favourite in my tool-box!
A healthy human arm comes in extremely useful in seeking the underlying cause of an issue an animal may be suffering from. Because I work alone, I do not always have the arm of another person to muscle test so I use a method that involves linking my fingers which works equally well.
The Emotion Code: Horses, dogs, cats and other animals suffer the same emotions as us that cause behavioural issues, anxiety, depression, pain, and illness. With guidance from ‘The Emotion Code’ by Dr Bradley Nelson, I can help animals release trapped emotions that also free them from those often-accompanied behavioural issues.