I have eight brothers–yes, eight. Two older and six younger. One is whole blood with me, four are half-brothers and three are step-brothers. It has been this way since I was three years old when my parents divorced, remarried and blended families.
What I know about these brothers of mine is that they are all different in expressing, or not expressing, their emotions. We all grew up together in an era where expressing ourselves, especially intense emotions like anger, was not encouraged or allowed. We expressed these emotions between ourselves for sure. Never to or in front of our parents. Mom and dad both worked hard to support us and didn’t have the energy to hear about our daily traumas and fights with one another. Plus, this mostly wasn’t how society worked back then.
In fact, this societal norm is reminiscent of an old English proverb. This proverb surfaced in the 15th century and addresses children. Can you guess what it is? It is; “Children should be seen and not heard.” This famous proverb was initially intended for girls, but grew to include all children.
As middle-aged adults, we have learned that overwhelming emotions do need to be acknowledged. What is also needed is an outlet to do so comfortably.
No Need to Share Every Detail
Today, more men have learned to express themselves. However, for the healing of past wounds there is not a desire to enter into a lot of talk and explaining. It can feel awkward, unnatural and not desired. There is a desire for assistance that doesn’t require them to divulge every single feeling they had over their lifetime. They simply desire to feel good again.
How I Work as an Intuitive Practitioner
To help all of my clients feel good again, I use Emotion Code and Body Code techniques to pinpoint the negative energies that need to be released. We don’t need to talk about why or how it got there. We just recognize that the energy is there, and the energy is released.
I like to look at the big picture to explore the healing of many aspects of ourselves. A few examples include:
- Heart-felt energies: I believe that the heart is actually the core of our being and the spirit within us does not like any assault on our core. This assault is what I call heart-felt energies and includes energies trapped in the heart wall and heart chakra. This assault can also be the cause of a Spiritual Broken Heart.
- The Inner Child: Like a heart-wall and heart-felt energies, everyone has an Inner Child. It’s an unconscious, metaphorical part of who we are. It is one of the reasons we react the way we do to certain people and situations. We may not be aware of our Inner Child, but it is there and it definitely needs to be heard!
- Limiting Beliefs: A negative or limiting belief is a false belief that a person accepts as a truth after making a wrong conclusion about something in life. The good news is, negative beliefs aren’t true and can be transformed into truths, or positive beliefs. I use Psych-k® to find and transform negative beliefs – and, we all have them.
- Ancestral Healing: Ancestors are powerful allies in transforming what I call historical trauma. We can relate historical Trauma to race, gender, religion, war, famine, and other types of pain. I believe that reconciling the past history of our descendants, as it affects us, allows us to receive their support!
Feel Good Intentionally
The experience of energy work can be (and is) profoundly transformational, enlightening, and powerful. Many times, the quiet connection in the work I do leads to a higher level of transformation– that which can be right into the soul itself. The spirit lightens, and when this happens, transformation begins. Feelings of vitality on a spiritual level can result in physical and mental feelings of wellbeing and a sense of internal peace. These men are motivated to learn to care for themselves and love themselves.
If you desire to work in a quieter way towards your personal wellness desires, energy work may be the right therapy for you. Schedule a consultation here: