BodyTalk is an intuitive Consciousness based healthcare system.
I offer BodyTalk sessions that combine my 20-year own search for Self-knowledge with the BodyTalk system to offer you a safe space to explore the hidden causes of your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual discomfort. I utilise my training in Psych-K, Psychology, Coaching, Business, Energy healing (Reiki), Vedanta and BodyTalk to explore new dimensions and assist you to live your highest potential. I have observed many shifts and changes in my own life going for BodyTalk since 2012, and in my clients over the past years.
BodyTalk is an intuitive Consciousness based healthcare system with its philosophical roots in Vedanta. BodyTalk uses both Eastern and Western knowledge to address you the client holistically. BodyTalk differs from other healing modalities in that it addresses all your body levels and as it works on the Consciousness level, influencing the energetic, mental, emotional, vital and physical levels. Everything in the physical world is made out of atoms. Atoms are made out of energy. And energy is made out of consciousness. Thus working directly on the Consciousness level, all other levels are subsequently influenced.
There is no pre-set agenda by me as the practitioner, your body-mind provides the priorities for the session. I work with your permission to talk and listen to your body: focusing on addressing physical [aches and pains], emotional [upsets and conflicts], mental [chatter and disturbances], and spiritual [questions and seeking] discomforts. The surface problems we experience are just the tip of the iceberg of the underlying issues. By investing to look deeper, we can find how different factors are amalgamating to create the current situation. By focusing the light of awareness on these issues we can shift your consciousness, and thus bring about a tremendous shift in your health on all levels.
I offer video call sessions using Skype/WhatsApp/Zoom Video call if you are not able to visit my room, or not in my area, or are abroad. These sessions are done fully clothed, using video calls on your cell phone/PC as you sit in a comfortable space while we explore the links indicated by your body-mind. The tapping is done by yourself under my instructions from time to time. I have clients all over the world and find this to be a wonderful way to work which yields tremendous results.
Sessions are also offered in-person; at my practice in Faerie Glen, Pretoria East, Gauteng, South Africa. In-Person sessions are done fully clothed while you lie on your back on a treatment bed. I touch your arm and abdomen lightly, tapping lightly on your head, sternum, and abdomen from time to time.
It is possible to have an in-person session without any physical touch and/ sitting upright if so requested.
I further offer distant sessions that are done without any direct in-person engagement with you. You send me an agenda (list of priorities to focus on) per email/Whatsapp before the session. After the session, I provide a voice recording of the session. Distant sessions are very powerful and their effectiveness has recently been scientifically proven. I am deeply humbled by the incredible effectiveness and accuracy of distant sessions.
After a BodyTalk session (irrespective if the session was in-person, via video call or distant) you may experience an increased feeling of well-being and peace. Clients have confessed to shifts in their way of thinking and ways they deal with environmental stressors. Like all healing, at times it will bring up hidden issues that might not be pleasant to release and work through. Yet if you are diligent and willing, the release will bring a renewed sense of well-being.
One of my clients recently shared how the only way for her to deal with her recurring depression is to just sit with it. It became evident from further conversations with some of my naturally depressed clients, that the tools being promoted to assist with depression might be counterintuitive at times. People are encouraged to adopt a range of tools to help them with their depressive tendencies. These include exercise, eating right, positive thinking, and mindfulness. All these practices have a value of course. Yet the most helpful tool, just sit with it, READ MORE
All around us, we are encouraged to release our doubt about ourselves. The first question then is, what self is this referencing to, and secondly, what is the problem with doubt, and why do we need to release it? In our world doubt is like an illness, we apply it to our worth, questioning our value and what that value could be. In sessions with my clients, I must address that inner critic daily. In time, I came to a 3-word self-love definition - Kind Inner Voice. The problem here is that READ MORE
By far the best explanation about Awareness that I have read outside of Vedanta, written by Steve Taylor - Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Leeds Beckett University https://theconversation.com/spiritual-science-how-a-new-perspective-on-consciousness-could-help-us-understand-ourselves-116451 "Scientists have long been trying to understand human consciousness – the subjective “stuff” of thoughts and sensations inside our minds. There used to be an assumption that consciousness is produced by our brains, and that in order to understand it, we just need to figure out how the brain works. But this assumption raises questions. Apart from the fact that decades of research and theorising have not shed READ MORE
Bodytalk is a consciousness-based health care system, based on the Dynamic Systems and Quantum Physics/Holographic models. The bodymind* is seen as a whole: with each part reflected in another part of the whole (holographic) and each part influencing other parts (dynamic).
The body can self heal
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