My development as a healer over 25 years has
led me to use a mind-body approach, which I believe
to be the most effective healing tool available.
The foundation of my healing modalities is working
with subtle energy and the subtle energy field.
In the last ten years a number of different therapies
have come forth that work with subtle energies.
They are called subtle energy or meridian therapies.
One of the originators of subtle energy therapies was Roger
Callahan, who discovered thought field therapy. Callahan was a
psychologist who studied Eastern medicine.
While working with his clients, he noticed that when a person tapped
on the major meridians of their body during a state of
emotion, the underlying energy field was impacted,
and the emotional state shifted. The stronger the
emotional connection was held by the client, the greater the shift of
the energy field. Some of these shifts were fully realized
and permanent, whereas others simply reduced some of the emotional turbulence.
Callahan found that when a subject deepens into the body,
he or she can continue to connect with other layers or parts of
the presenting issue. At times, people connect a past
experience that was similar in context to the initial
point of origin (the original experience that produced
the emotion). At other times, deeper levels of the problem
arise, and we can work at those levels until the
problem collapses and the client feels relief.
Callahan and his followers soon discovered that
subtle energy therapies can affect physical disease,
leading to the conclusion that there is some
connection between an individual's physical health
and the quality of their energy field.
A number of other subtle energy therapies have been
developed over the years. Some processes using subtle energy
that do not even recognize the connection with subtle
energy as they work to heal the emotional state and
physical body. I have studied and worked with a
number of these therapies. Gary Craig
and Zivorad Slavinski
start with touch in their subtle energy therapy to shift the
subtle energies within the body to produce healing.
and Peter Levine
use your intention
and awareness by controlling and focusing your attention
to shift and enhance these fields. I mix and match them in a
unique way that makes use of my intuition, previous
experience as a psychotherapist, and standard
psychological principles to create a unique healing
path for each individual.