Acupuncture and BodyTalk are Powerful Tools for Healing your Body and Your Life
Most sessions are a combination of working with specific aspects of the physical body
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Below are some examples of sessions I've done with my patients.
Love is all there is
In a beautiful session the other day, my patient was dealing with the breakup of her relationship and the death of her grandmother in the same month. Her palpitations and the heightened awareness of her heart beating was causing discomfort and worry.
In her session we uncovered that her body was dealing with 2 stories. The first one being, "my ex let me down" and the second one being, "all men let me down." Her heart was feeling overwhelmed with having to deal with All Men letting her down.
To address this her body wanted the BodyTalk Cortices technique to bring perspective and break down the larger story of "All men let me down." This story isn't true and is essentially unheal-able because of it's un-trueness. The Cortices Technique brings perspective. All men haven't let her down because she doesn't know all men. When we get this new perspective, the heart can then be present to what is actually true and can then see that the only man she needs to deal with is her ex. Then when we connect her heart with this new view, her heart says, "Oh! I've dealt with worse stuff than this! I can handle this!"
And then her grandmother showed up.
Holding her young, sweet face in her hands offering her love, support, protection, and assistance. Telling her that she has nothing to fear, there's nothing to prove, and all there is is love.
Permission to be Me
A mom came in for her third session. We've been working on how quickly she loses her temper with her 9year old son. They alternate between being loving and cuddling to battling it out over brushing teeth.
In her BodyTalk session two permissions came up: I give myself permission to be an imperfect mom. I give my mom permission to be an imperfect mom.
And then an inherited belief system revealed itself and we went back 5 generations on the female line with the same permissions, " I give my mom permission to be an imperfect mom," and then forward again 5 generations to her, " I give myself permission to be an imperfect mom."
We then narrowed in on the originating factor that has this inherited belief system ingrained in my client's DNA memory: her great great great great grandmother lost a child when it was 3 years old. It was her third child and it was an accident.
But she blamed herself
She blamed herself or not knowing better, doing better, doing things differently, Doing anything that could have prevented her dear, sweet, child from dying.
And this blame, this trauma, has been passed down for generations that has my client on the table now dealing with her own belief that she has to be the perfect mom.
So we cut the DNA cord and replaced it with a permission: I give myself permission to be an imperfect mom. I give myself permission to be what my child needs, I give myself permission to be flexible and adaptable. I give myself permission to be me.
Making Peace with the Past
Today in a session I was working with a woman in her mid 60's. We had to dissolve and integrate a story from her past which kept telling her she's " a piece of shit."
To do that we realigned her heart with her present, to everything she's overcome and created, and to the people she helps make a difference for every day, and the future contributions she'll be making in the world because of the people she helps.
We then connected her to the consciousness of fortitude: courage in the face of pain or adversity.
We linked this to her stomach and her body's ability to breakdown, digest, and let go of not only food, but of anything in life that comes her way.
Fortitude is her new baseline for the past. It says, "Look at the things we overcame and look at how amazing we are now!"
This new integration of Fortitude allowed her Mond/Body to dissolve the past story that told her she was nothing. Now she can anchor into her strength and magnificence because she overcame so much in her past.