Healing Therapies

HealingTherapies

 

All of the Therapies that I practice are non invasive, safe and carried out in a professional manner.

 

These healing arts have been used over centuries to provide relief from emotional, physical and psychological symptoms, Your individual session will address your own personal needs and a combination of therapies may be used if required to achieve the best result for you.

Crystal Healing & Chakra Rebalancing

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Acupressure & Electropressure

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Aromatherapy

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I combine Eastern Shamanic practices with Reiki traditions & Crystal Healing in my work aside with Western Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy techniques to achieve the best results for you. My healing techniques will remove imbalances within your body and mind, instantly balancing, clearing and aligning the Chakra system, removing negativities, promoting peace and well being releasing tensions and trauma in a gentle yet powerful way.

 

What is Shamanism?

 

Shamanism is an Ancient Healing Art form, it is not a Religion It is more of a Philosophy and Esoteric Practice,

 

"Because it is not an organized religion as such, but rather a spiritual practice, shamanism cuts across all faiths and creeds, reaching deep levels of ancestral memory. As a primal belief system, which precedes established religion, it has its own symbolism and cosmology, inhabited by beings, gods, and totems, who display similar characteristics although they appear in various forms, depending upon their places of origin."

 

~John Matthews, The Celtic Shaman

 

Shamanism is a spiritual practice found in cultures around the world from ancient times up to the present day. First and foremost, shamans' practices are practical and adaptable. These practices coexist over millennia with varying cultures, systems of government, and organized religious practices.

 

Many formalized religions, from Buddhism to Christianity, came from ancient shamanic roots and still bear the shamanic threads of deep connection to the divine in all things. But shamanism itself is not a formalized system of beliefs or an ideology. Rather, it is a group of activities and experiences shared by shamans in cultures around the world. These practices are adaptable and coexist with different cultures, systems of government, and organized religious practices.

 

Individual practice

 

Nowadays, in non-indigenous cultures, shamanism is studied and practiced as a life path. Following a shamanistic perspective, individuals seek to be in relationship with the spirit in all things. They seek to use information and guidance from non-ordinary reality to intentionally form their own life experience.

 

This perspective is not inherently contradictory of any religious practice that allows a person to be in direct relationship with whatever they perceive as a higher power.

 

Consulting with shamans

 

Just as in ancient times, contemporary people consult with modern day shamanic practitioners for practical and pragmatic solutions to problems in everyday life-from personal illness, professional challenges, or family discord to ancestral issues.

 

Shamans work in voluntary, ecstatic trance states, which alter their consciousness to travel to the realms of the invisible worlds. Their ability to gain information and make changes in the invisible realms is dependant upon the working relationships they develop with spirits there. In this sense, shamanism is a relationship-based practice of making changes in invisible realms to impact healing, of individuals or communities, in the realm of ordinary reality.

 

For some peoples, such shamanic practice is part of their dominant culture, for others it is directly contradictory. Some individuals are intuitively guided to seek help from a contemporary shaman, often when other options have been exhausted, without even understanding what a shaman is or how they work.

 

The perspective on individual disease is different in shamanism than in the conventional medical view. In a shamanistic view:

•Similar symptoms or diseases do not stem from the same underlying root energetic problem.

•Community disharmony often manifests in individual illness.

•Any illness may have a significant underlying spiritual or energetic issue, regardless of the form in which that illness manifests - physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, or relational.

 

Certain illnesses are more likely to have a spiritual component that may respond to shamanic healing techniques. These include psychological diagnoses like depression and anxiety, ADD/ADHD, autism, and addictions.

 

Illnesses that manifest physically may still have significant spiritual underpinnings. This is especially true for illnesses that have atypical or premature presentations, such as a degenerative illness that normally occurs in elder years occurring in a young adult.

 

The sense that something is "missing" or that "I haven't been the same since..." can often be indicative of an energetic loss of some type, including soul energy loss. Shamanic healing is often part of a multi-pronged approach to an illness, and is fully compatible with both conventional medicine and other integrative treatments, such as Traditional Chinese Medicine, homeopathy, naturopathy, chiropractic, and others.

 

Shamanistic healing

 

Shamanic healing work requires two distinct phases:

•The accurate diagnosis of the seen and unseen energies at the root of the problem.

•Carrying out the specific choreography of energies needed to resolve the problem.

 

The shaman may serve by removing energies that are inappropriately present, or by returning energies that have been lost. This includes soul recovery to accomplish healing via the return of lost parts of the soul.

 

When an individual is living within a community that supports such work, there is time and support for the integration and processing that an individual must do to complete most healing processes. In contemporary society, the shaman and the client must create the resources and structure for the individual to adjust to the shift in internal energies.

 

Shamans direct and move energy to restore the harmony within the individual, between the individual and the community, and between the community and the spirit world.

 

Shamanism by Karen Lawson

 

 

Healing sessions are used successfully for the following:

 

Grief & Bereavement

Stress & Pain Management

Muscle Strains & Injuries

Depression & Anxiety

Addictions & Compulsions

Abuse & Trauma

PTSD

Chronic Pain

Weight Management

Eating Disorders

Exhaustion

Concentration Difficulties

Panic Attacks

Anger issues

Phobias

BDD

OCD

Manifesting Abundance

Past Life Regression

 

All of my therapies relieve stress, relax the muscles, improve circulation, detoxify & cleanse, rebalancing the body to a peaceful and calm state: the therapies I provide are recognised by the NHS and more information can be found by the links found on this page.

 

If You wish to Book In an appointment then Call or Text me on 0787 2000653 Or on 01162 830405

or Email me on suzytweddle@live.co.uk

 

 

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