Why do we all rush to for a pill first when we feel ill, rather than listening to the elephant in the room? I am referring to the fact that if you ask anyone (apart from some poor brainwashed souls in the medical profession), Stress causes disease. If that’s the case why not deal with the stressful events that caused the illness?
In my work I believe we have the answers to ‘what causes disease?’ Experience of working with clients with all sorts of illness (including cancer and heart disease) shows that when people go through a shocking experience that they are unable to deal with, it causes the body to change, freeze, fight, or defend itself.
For over 40 years I have been passionate about finding out why we get sick and how you can heal – naturally. It seems though that everyone is an authority on healing. Your partner, your next door neighbour, your best friend?
They have all tried one remedy and it worked, so its going to work for you – right? They saw this amazing doctor, or got their bones clicked through a brilliant chiropractor, or they saw this fantastic naturopath, acupuncturist, EFT practitioners, NLPer, Health Coach, and each one said take this, follow my plan or do that, that should help. Or you may have bought one of those of faddy sales pitch $97 solution – off the internet.
Gosh! Did you do this? When you look back to when you first discovered energetic healing, did you think that you had hit the Holy Grail? If you are a wellness coach when you discovered, EFT, Reiki, NLP, Hypnosis or another incredible energetic discipline you are trained in, did your jaw drop at the results you could get?
In 1991 I came across NLP, and probably like you, helping people heal themselves, naturally, that worked right out of the box, was the promise. There was nothing more to know. It was a done deal!
But ever since then, that deal has never lived up to its full promise. There was always something missing. The tools were clunky. They took a long time to get to the core of a client’s problem. And you would leave your session, doubting yourself, thinking. “Did I get to the core of the problem? Will their symptoms reappear? Did I deliver on my promise to my client, to truly assist them to get well?”