I'm proud of her beyond measure and it got me thinking... healing work is no different. If you believe, the healing is not only aided but is triumphant. The more you can put into the session, the more resolute and lasting the results. This is your work, after all and we (like Tony Robbins) just help you kick fear in the face!
Clients sometimes come in skeptical of the work we perform in the shamanic and energy healing traditions. And if there is doubt, the effectiveness is fragmented at best.
Maybe these limiting thoughts serve you... and it is in this scary truth that much healing occurs. Why is it that you THINK you deserve less than glorious outcomes? Why is a life of dissatisfaction feel safer than making changes that might bring you joy?
We must move beyond the brain at times to release and find our truth. This is the only secret power healers possess... we have a toolbox that looks beyond the mental and societal constructs.
We want your healing to be powerful beyond measure. We will champion you to release and purge whatever thoughts, ideas and beliefs are keeping you stuck. The methods we use are time tested thru every culture in the world and existed far before pharmacology came into being. We don't use hocus pocus, we use healing techniques passed down through the generations that have been effective and beneficial in providing relief.
This doesn't mean you need to buy in hook line and sinker with any healer you may encounter. When you have done due diligence and found a energetic healing practitioner you trust, allow faith to ride alongside you. Heck, expect a miracle and your Angels can come in full bravado. Your own belief in yourself will make your session magic or meh.
We are your champions empowering you to shatter the barriers of your fears. Shamanic healing only amplifies your natural confidences. You must have the faith in yourself to be rid of what ails you emotionally, spiritually and mentally. When your belief in you is alive we can make miracles... it's time to walk a life on fire, baby!
My Mama (Sherry, far right) with friends Elly and Linda.