Inner Guidance JourneyUp to 2.5 hours - $250
Inner Guidance Journey is a metaphorical process which can be applied to the big questions such as, Why am I here? What is my purpose? Or, inner guidance can be applied to understanding significant issues such as anxiety or depression, or perhaps themes which appear recurrently, such as financial struggle or relationship issues, as just a few examples. The guidance you receive through your own unconscious mind, can be life-changing.
The process works in layers, as we extend and expand outwards, from the most mundane, to the most existential. We begin in the here and now, and next visit Parallel Lives, then Past Life Regression, then the Spiritual Plane. Sometimes clients only want to focus on Past Lives, and that is fine. Others will automatically go straight to the Spiritual Plane, and that is fine too. The rules are fluid.
For people who are experienced in self-guided practice, or meditation, the inner guidance journey can open up to even more profound levels of experience. For those not experienced in working with their intuition, the process can introduce them to a deeply rewarding side to themselves with newfound levels of self-understanding.
Essentially, Inner Guidance provides you with expanded perspectives to make changes and decisions.
How is this different from hypnotherapy?
Inner Guidance carries you outwards, rather than deeper. You find yourself in a heightened state of awareness, rather than dropping down into Alpha / Theta brainwave levels. You are fully conscious at all times, more so than you normally would be. The other major difference is that, in Inner Guidance work, you do much of the talking, unlike hypnosis where you do most of the listening. My role in this process is to guide and facilitate your experience, helping you to produce comprehensive insights and messages. These are truly important messages from your own unconscious. Who else could you trust to answer the big questions for you, but you?
This is a very powerful, thorough process which takes between 1.5 and 2.5 hours.