I use advanced energy and awareness techniques from a foundation of stillness to faciliating natural healing, exploring the nature of seperation and union within specific scenarios and experiences that clients want to work with.
We may work with past trauma, relational conflicts, identification with emotions, negative patterns of behavior or other limiting belief systems.
Often I refer to the experiences that feels seperate and triggering us as trauma, as it will have arisen out of an experience that was essentially too painful for us to integrate on all levels perhaps even causing us to leave our body creating a blank area of awareness in the body, or perhaps feeling like something in missing. In the shamanic tradition we call this soul loss, which is an area that feels like a hole in our energy body, that is not being filled by being. The cause or origin of soul loss and experience of trauma and seperation is essentially the same, no matter how differently it may be appearing within each person and scenario; and that is a level of forgetting of oneself as true nature.
The experience of seperation may not necessarily be traumatic by conventional definition, nor will it necessarily be a biographical memory or even a personal experience. There are many layers I work with that covers all aspects of personal history, anscestral and colletive conditioning and other imprints that separate us from consciousness and realising true nature.
Often we look at ourself and life through the filters of our felt sense of limitation, causing us to resist what is happening in our lives. Often to manage or disassociate from pain we put the problem outside of us disconnecting from our bodies and emotional experience, resulting in feelings of powerlessness.
Our sense of self as wholeness is distorted and conflicted from the beginning of our lives through;
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My approach to trauma healing is to feel for the unconscious core issue & nature of the experience of seperation by exploring the sensations that arise in the body when we feel into what is triggering us.
The loudest sensations that arise in the body provide a gateway for us to explore the nature of seperation and track its creation to the point of origin, using stillness as a foundation to drive any changing and reveal the true nature of what is occuring.
This way of working can often address what we may refer as core issues, which potentially will underly a whole web of unconscious issues in your life. I have discovered that healing arises naturally when there is a level of self realisation within what is occuring, which is why I am primarily working to catalyse a level of remembering in consciousness of our true nature; whether we call that infinity, the unchanging, emptiness or stillness.
Core issues show up regularly though and alway can be traced back to a basic experience of seperation between infinity and awareness. Many people are used to experiencing different flavours of inferiority, shame and guilt, resentment, loneliness, rejection and abandonment. Fear arises when we are in resistance to being in the body and feeling the core issue. .
At the root of all of these core issues is a lack of acceptance and a deep feeling of being disconnected. This disconnection can be from ourselves, from others, from our spiritual nature, or from any combination of these, and is rooted in experiencing seperation from origin.
When we do heal an unconcious core issue, a web of conscious issues that trigger us day to day can dissolve. This is because we have accessed and healed the rooted causation, the core issue; ultimately a level of forgetting.
Generally I have found not many people are working with identity in relationship to core wounds, which in my experience provides a platform for total transformation of self (and thus the capacity for suffering).
This approach to healing issue lends to the expression 'the solution does not lie at the layer of the problem, and even deeper than that, the problem is simply a gap in consciousness due to a level of forgetting and identification with what is occuring, as opposed to flow state.