Snap Out of It

How many times do we drive down the road, keeping to the rules of the road and in our lane when suddenly another driver ruins our day with some irresponsible manoeuvre that fortunately doesn’t result in an accident, but which does leave us fuming .   Or how many times do we go about our day, minding our own business when suddenly we get pulled into an argument, which leaves us fuming ? And how many times....which leaves us fuming . And once we’re fuming, it’s not easy to snap out of it, is it? No, it’s not. Unless, of course, – you have the tools. Wouldn’t it be great if no matter what someone says to you, or if someone annoys you, or even manages to anger you, you can quickly snap out of it and move on with your inner peace intact? Sound impossible? Well, it’s not. And it has nothing to do with willpower  either. It has everything to do with mind power, or as I like to call it, mind hacks. And of course, you need the desire. If you actually enjoy getting angry or upset, then this

Intuitively Yours

  All creatures are intuitive but mankind, however, seems to find it less apt to tap into theirs and opt instead to rely on their own intelligence. Our wisdom is limited. It will always be limited. But intuition – that is unlimited. It’s a tap that, once turned on, will never run dry. Intuition is a source that holds unexplainable yet infinite wisdom. Some might call it a universal collective consciousness where past, present, and future thoughts and wisdom collide. I see it as so much more than that. I won’t delve into my religious beliefs here, suffice to say, if you have a visual mind like I do, you can picture intuition as this large pool of powerful brilliant white energy lingering above us all, that can bring not only wisdom but healing too. I tap into that energy to help people remove their blockages, or change faulty belief systems, and I tap into it to find answers. If you’re trying to find answers as to why intuition exists – stop. It’s a rabbit hole with no way out. Like

Down The Rabbit Hole

Going Down the rabbit hole may actually turn on the light to some questions you’ve been searching for. I don’t know about you, but I have always found the mind to be a fascinating topic. To be more specific, the workings of the mind. I guess that’s what drew me to studying Psychotherapy, Hypnotherapy, Meridian Psychotherapy, CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), and several other therapies. Being highly intuitive has also assisted me in my pursuit of understanding the why’s. Why did someone do that? Why did someone say that? Hek, I even ask myself those questions countless times. Why on earth did I do or say this or that? When I help people with certain issues, it always amazes me what comes out. It’s like Alice going down the rabbit hole, except, when we come out, we come out with all kinds of treasures, the main treasure being a clearer understanding of why we do what we do, think what we think, behave as we do or even go through what we do. When we discover what sticky thought patter
STRESS-FREE Just For Today Some might argue that no one can be totally stress-free. Sure, we’re living in a world filled with stimuli – wanted and unwanted – but there’s no need to slowly allow ourselves to implode. It is often said that our conscious minds are innate pessimists, the cruelest of critiques, and over judgmental – especially towards ourselves – therefore learning how to work with this inner critic in order to get to our subconscious mind, is extremely advantageous. The subconscious mind is a rich source of raw potential and far more beneficial and pleasurable to work with than the conscious mind and this is because it doesn’t just take care of all our bodily functions automatically, but also accepts everything we tell it at face value. It’s totally devoid of judgment, objection, or criticism. But the trick is that we have to first know how to skillfully slip past our conscious mind in order to gain access to that super level, the subconscious mind. Slipping past t
  BMS ENERGY WORK SYSTEM “If you wish to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration.” Nikola Tesla Working with many clients through the years and using those therapies which I have studied combined with the experience I have gained through working with my clients and with the guidance of my intuition, I created The BMS (Body-Mind-Spirit) Energy Work System which incorporates a variety of existing techniques, systems and therapies, some of which have been around for thousands of years. BMS has proven to not only be immensely popular with my clients but has also been an eye opener for both me and my clients especially when I bring up an issue that had been on their mind but which they had not mentioned to me, or when issues or traumas come up which they had experienced in their past. We are energetic, electrical beings vibrating at various frequencies and our energy flows through energetic pathways. When one or more of these pathways are block

What is Kinesiology?

  According to Dr George Goodheart, the original innovator of Kinesiology, he stated the following with regards to Kinesiology :  " Man possesses a potential for recovery through the innate intelligence of the human structure.   This recovery potential with which he is endowed merely waits for your hand, your heart and your mind to bring it to potential being and allow the recovery to take place, which is man's natural heritage.   This benefits man, it benefits you and it benefits our profession ".      And this is what The K inesiology Federation (Great Britain) has to say about Kinesiology: " Kinesiology literally means the study of body movement and interaction of a person’s energy systems.   Gentle assessment of muscle response monitors whose blocks and imbalances are impairing physical, emotional or energetic well-being.   The same method can identify factors, which may be contributing such imbalances. The body's natural healing responses are stimulate

What is Psychotherapy?

  Psychotherapy is the use of psychological methods, based on regular personal interaction, to treat emotional and psychological disorders, unwanted habits, and undesirable feelings, troublesome behaviours, beliefs, compulsions, thoughts, or emotions, as well as helping to improve relationships and social skills . The aim is to assist the client in finding meaningful alternatives to their present unsatisfactory ways of thinking, feeling or behaving, and improve overall wellbeing and mental health. Psychotherapy helps clients become more accepting of themselves and others and is useful in promoting personal development and unlocking inner potential.      I combine psychotherapy with various other therapies to achieve the best results for my clients in the shortest possible time.  A few issues (there are many) that psychotherapy addresses:   Counselling, Guidance and Goal Setting Psychoneurosis Communication and relationships (individual or group) Process of Change Assertiveness