Many years ago when I told a wise octogenarian friend I wasn’t a hugger, she asked me “How do you know?,” which startled me since I never considered another possibility nor where my belief originated. I grew up in a family who didn’t touch except when forced to hug our more distant relatives when they visited. I remember particular dread hugging my paternal grandmother, whose coldness I recognize only in hindsight. Over time it surprised me how much I actually appreciate hugs. Later I unexpectedly discovered physical touch as my primary “love language,” something I might have missed if I still disliked hugging. (By the way, if you haven’t checked out the Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman, I recommend it.)
“How do you know?” goes to the root of your beliefs. Everything from your food preferences to your deepest fears depend in part on what you believe. Check to see if what you believe meshes with your experience, whether you have enough data to know one way or the other, if your belief no longer applies, or whether the belief belongs to someone else. For example, my husband claims to detest certain foods he’s never tasted and I still occasionally fall into the perfectionism black hole I catch as “not mine” when it surfaces.
Ideally what you believe about yourself changes as you do. When you ask yourself how you know and realize you don’t know, you open room for a fresh perspective, perhaps even some liberation. I only disliked hugs because historically they felt uncomfortable and unpleasant. The belief narrowed my options, made life more constrained and less joyful. Now I know myself, my soul level self, better. Getting acquainted with yourself can shift everything.
Have you released any beliefs about yourself which no longer or never fit? How do you know which beliefs about yourself support you authentically and what needs releasing?
Holiday traditions need to evolve as we do. People pleasers especially need to pay attention to their inner landscape to explore what does and doesn't resonate in present time.
From Jin Shin Jyutsu® acupressure, we know harmony begins with the breath. Balanced exhale and inhale, as well as other forms of giving and receiving, support health and awareness.
I learned to revere my intellect and discount the rest of my body-mind. Know what you know and what you don’t.
We open with a 45 minute or so Akashic Records consultation. The revealed themes, patterns, and disharmonies drive the table work in conjunction with your "pulses," body reading, and my intuitive insights. A follow-up e-mail documents what occurs during the energy work and includes customized self-helps.
In this work, you remain fully clothed. Just wear whatever will feel comfortable while lying on my massage table. If it's a remote session, I'll ask you to rest while I send energy.
Please consider the personal or interpersonal disharmony that led you to me and how you would like it to shift. During the session, we'll explore and address the origins and drivers of each "project."
No, the records aren’t a good resource for predictions. If there’s something you hope will happen, the records might reveal a series of necessary steps to reach your desired outcome but not the timing. For predictions, please consult a good psychic or astrologer!
Minors are under their parents' legal and energetic jurisdiction until they are 18, regardless of their maturity level.
The greatest benefit occurs when I incorporate all four modalities I practice. The option without the Akashic Records is appropriate for children under 18 who cannot receive readings. A stand-alone reading can bring insight and healing but does not involve my direct interaction with your energetic and physical bodies like my other practices.
No, but you are welcome to record sessions yourself.
Self-helps, both from Jin Shin Jyutsu and the Embodied Energy System, support your continued harmony, accelerate your evolution, and empower you. Plus they make you sparkly!