So… What’s with all the session choices?
I’m trained in a couple inner healing protocols, but they aren’t necessarily very informative unless you’re familiar with them. So, I’ve pulled out pieces of the puzzle that I often address in working with clients in the hopes of giving you a better understanding of what you might expect. It isn’t necessary to choose any particular type of session, and we’ll most likely work on several of these in any given session. But, I thought I would take some time, and describe each of these things in a bit more detail for you.
The first is a Forgiveness Session.
Most of us know that forgiveness is critically important – what you may not know, is that forgiveness can actually lock negative emotions and trauma in your system, not allowing it to be processed appropriately and released. Forgiveness isn’t a once and done thing, though…especially for the big hurts, it’s a process. I’ve often had to walk through seasons of constant reminders that I’ve chosen to forgive. It’s not easy, and it doesn’t mean that you have to stay in an unsafe relationship. Forgiveness is NOT trust, and don’t let anyone tell you that it is. You grant forgiveness to set yourself free – trust is earned. But, the freedom that comes from being able to walk in forgiveness is fantastic – no more turn in the pit of your stomach when you think about that person or what they’ve done! The relief is indescribable and well worth the effort. Forgiveness does not only include other individuals, through – you may need to forgive groups, organizations, yourself and/or God.
I can help you work through any or all of those and I have a trick or two up my sleeve that might help it “stick” a bit better. If you are consistently angry with yourself or others, this might be a good session for you. If you spend quantities of time envisioning getting your revenge, it’s definitely the session for you! Holding on to bitterness, anger, and unforgiveness is killing you – it doesn’t make the other person “pay” for what they’ve done, nor does it hold them accountable for their actions…it is, truly, like drinking poison and hoping the other person dies. Let me help you release that poison so you can thrive!