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Everyone experiences troubles, hard times, disappointments, failures, and set backs. What you do with those issues ultimately will determine how emotionally and spiritually healthy you are in the future. When we experience trauma of all sorts, we tend to store those negative emotions in our physical being. We believe lies about ourselves and those around us. These emotions and lies tend to “trigger” us and we react in ways that are not logical or desirable. Sometimes these same issues can hinder us from moving forward as we are subconsciously sabotaging our own progress towards the things we most desire.
Most of the time, we are able to work through these types of issues on our own. But, sometimes, things get “stuck” and we need a little help to break through into our next level of freedom and peace. Working together, we will be able to quickly release emotional and spiritual baggage that may be hindering your progress.
Grounded in Christian principles, I work as a facilitator to not only guide you to release painful emotions, lies, and heartache that are triggering unwanted symptoms, but to rediscover who God is and what He has to say to and about you. Trained in both Splankna and Sozo techniques for inner and energy healing, I believe the Holy Spirit is our healer and will guide you on a journey towards complete emotional and spiritual healing. If you would like to make an appointment, contact me or Book a Session Here.
“I have been doing an intensive physical detoxification for 4 1/2 years. In doing so I discovered emotional toxins will dump along with the physical toxins. Because the physical toxins began to dump at an alarming rate, the emotional toxins were dumping so rapidly they got ‘bottle necked’ and were unable to dump for some reason. The situation left me bedridden. Splankna came to my rescue. After the first hour session the ‘bottle neck’ was broken and I was able to be up and about. My husband used ‘miracle’ to explain the effect of just that one session.
I became ‘bottle necked’ two more times, hence needing Splankna to break it, which it did. All I can say is that God put Alice Briggs in place to help me on my journey to wellness. I could not have attained my present freedom without Splankna therapy. I give God all the praise. A blessed benefit from the Splankna sessions was spiritual healing as well.
My journey is still not complete because I continue to dump physical toxins but there apparently are no emotional toxins left to dump. My hope and prayer is to become a Splankna therapist once my physical body has completed its journey to wholeness.
Thank you Alice Briggs and Splankna for making life worth living-for giving me hope and knowing God has special plans for my life.”
There are many different names for the process of healing the emotional and spiritual wounds that we all encounter during life. Inner Healing is a broad term that encompasses an area that has not been addressed by more traditional methods. We are learning more and more about the inner-connectedness of our beings: mind, body, emotions, spirit, and soul. But what is becoming clear, is that many times physical complaints are the result of emotional and spiritual issues. While I cannot guarantee physical relief, many people have found that as they become healed of their emotional and spiritual wounds, that physical improvement of symptoms follows.
Although there are many anecdotal reports of great benefit, and all of these modalities appear to show great promise of benefit to people emotionally, spiritually, and even physically; they have thus far not been fully researched by the western medical, academic, and psychological communities. Therefore, they are considered experimental and the extent of their benefits (which appear to be many) and their risks (which appear to be minimal) are not fully known.
Unlike what traditional, western medicine has become, these modalities and treatment protocols are highly individualized. No two sessions are exactly the same even with the same client with the same issue. Are there similarities? Yes, of course. We all share in the same human condition. But there are many variables that come into play. I think that this is one of the parts that fascinates me the most! It is such a clear and distinct demonstration that God created each of us uniquely, and that He knows each of us very well….much better than we know ourselves.
What does a session look like?
We begin the session with prayer, asking God to guide the session, as only He truly knows what needs to be addressed and how that will bring about the greatest healing. We then follow His lead throughout the session, bringing increased healing and wholeness to the areas He points out, and utilizing the tools I’ve learned as He leads. I lead you in prayers in Jesus’ Name, as He is our access point to the Father and the Holy Spirit, throughout the session. While it is not necessary for you to believe in God, prayer is the foundation of the work, so a willingness to receive prayer in this manner is necessary. A session is a collaboration between you, God, and I. You are encouraged to ask questions throughout the session if there is anything that is unclear.
I also offer online healing sessions via Zoom. In person sessions are preferable, however, this is an option for those of you who do not live near my office in Lubbock, TX and are unable to travel here for an intensive. Please note that these sessions will not involve muscle testing, but I will be listening to God and discerning what tools to use and how based on your presenting issues.