What to expect from a healing session
When you first arrive, expect to give a short sharing of your intention for the session. For example, you may want to work on a problem such as your depression, illness, relationship problems or other issues.
You will usually be invited to lie down on the healing bed (on your back and fully clothed).
The therapist will test the strength of your arm, in order to communicate directly with your body and subconscious, as this is where the answers to the problem lie. This is called muscle testing.
Using muscle testing, the therapist will discover the priority for the day’s session.
This may sometimes seem to have nothing to do with your intention, but trust the process, as the body’s wisdom will guide us to the quickest route for healing.
Next the practitioner will identify other systems and organs in the body that are connected with the priority. This is done via what we call body points (similar to acupuncture points), which are touched and tapped.
As the technique works on all levels, once the physical aspect has been tapped in, the practitioner will work through lists of emotions, time frames, archetypes, and other information to establish the core story that is being held within the cells.
Once the story has been discussed, the therapist will guide the client through a deep emotional healing process whilst using hands and vortex cards to help shift the energy. Often clients report that an hour and a half session has shifted issues that have resisted change for many years.
When the client has integrated the deep healing and is feeling expanded and positive, the therapist will wrap up the session by doing a deep energy detox and checking what aftercare may be required.
Because the technique goes to the core issues and the underlying cause, the process is rapid and a lot can be done in one session, but often there is a need for several sessions to access different aspects of a problem.
Your practitioner will muscle test to find out if and when a follow-up session is needed.