What can I help people with?
Some examples include career change, finding a healthy relationship, taking business to a new level, losing weight, finding balance, spiritual growth, coping with anxiety etc
It’s Not Therapy
Self-Help Coaching differs from Therapy in that the focus is more on the present and future than the past. Together we look more at goals and behaviors than emotional patterns. There’s a more equal balance of power between the coach and client than between the typical Therapist and client.
Through talking, sharing and using tools you can learn to change your perception of a 'problem' and learn to focus more on the positive outcome.
Trauma, emotional and mental stress, past belief systems, pain, environmental stress, and other blocks to our personal growth can be stored in the energy fields of our body, impacting our ability to function at our full potential.
Reconnective Healing opens up the self-healing process by clearing blocks in the energy fields, through repairing and rebalancing the energy so that the body can move to its optimal level of balance from where it is able to access its inherent ability to heal itself.
Reconnective Healing can also help identify “issues” before they manifest as pain or similar distortions in the physical body. It opens our consciousness to the areas we need to work through and heal in order to bring our lives into balance and maintain health, harmony and vitality.
Transcendental Meditation is a very simple, natural and effortless way of letting your mind settle down into an extremely calm and wise state of rest. Best effects are produced with regular practice of two times twenty minutes a day.
Though TM is not a mantra-based meditation in the sense that its main core and direction is oriented towards transcending, it does involve use of a mantra.
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the great teacher from India who introduced the TM technique to the wider world, said: “Mantra is a specific thought which suits us, a suitable sound for us which we receive from a trained teacher of Transcendental Meditation.
By using this mantra, the practitioner experiences the thought of that sound and starts minimizing that thought to experience the finer states of that thought – until the source of thought is fathomed and the conscious mind reaches the transcendental area of being.”
If you are interested in learning more about Transcendental Meditation, please do get in touch with me, as Helen Evans, our wonderful TM Teacher, gives talks and Group Meditations regularly.