What can you expect from your
Journey? The Journey is a gentle and powerful process in
which the client is established in unconditional love at their innermost core.
In the safe, highly supportive setting thus created, long buried, traumatic
memories or emotions can be uncovered and sensitively resolved. Where there is
no obvious traumatic incident, other, more current or familiar memories may be
revisited from a different emotional angle or depth. Either way, healing and
positive life changes result.
The healing can be instant. Some
people have ended dependency on pain killers, anti-depressants or sleeping
pills immediately after a Journey while others have substantially more energy
right away. More typically, cellular recovery takes time. The amount of time is
generally related to the speed with which the cells of different parts of our
bodies are replaced.
Each Journey is unique and the effects are
often far greater than we hope for. Some come for healing and find
unexpected fulfilment and a lasting sense of peace. Others come to deal with
life issues and are surprised to find that their back pain has vanished.
People feel refreshed and renewed after their Journey and some glow but
whatever the most obvious results, all Journeys bring about intense cellular
activity and detoxification. Usually, people can best support themselves by
taking it easy for the rest of the day. The cleansing process can last a few
days, during which time emotions may continue to surface and be liberated, as
the healing takes its course. The end result is that you are released from your
issue forever, bringing lasting emotional freedom as well as physical
Having tapped into the deepest resources of the
universe during your Journey, you will continue to gain clarity and draw
fresh inspiration from the experience through the years ahead.
Journey can and does transform lives:-
||"My heart felt healed, whole. I felt as if
I'd been washed from the inside out, as if someone had just wiped me clean. I
wanted to dance, sing and celebrate
I felt finally free."
SUZY GREAVES, THE SUNDAY TIMES