Abuse survivor

Surviving Bad World News as an Empath

by Sophie June 14, 2016 Abuse

Empaths are affected even more strongly and more negatively than everyone else by public tragedies. I am an abuse survivor, so I don’t take pain lightly and this article is meant with the utmost respect for every human being. This is what I have found helpful: 1- Feel the shock, sadness, grief. Those are real […]

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Healing for an Adult Survivor of Abuse

by Sophie September 28, 2015 Abuse

Issue: Adult client reports being yelled at and berated by father out of the blue as an adult as she was as a child, feeling betrayed, deeply hurt feelings. Yelling triggers od fear of childhood physical violence. The pain inside, in second chakra particularly, is searing, bitter and twisting. Huge sadness at being pushed away […]

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What Do I DO? Support Women’s Wisdom

by Sophie September 4, 2015 Abuse survivor

“As I shared in my book The Birth of Magdalena, When I met Sophie Lhoste Healer at a women’s gathering, I had started to learn how to tune in to the messages that my body was giving me. I had learned to interpret my symptoms symbolically and see how the stories that I was carrying […]

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What Do I DO? Protect Women Energetically

by Sophie September 1, 2015 Abuse survivor

I had a friend whose ex used to storm into her house yelling at her. We placed crystals in her bathroom turned in the direction of his house. We placed loving protection around her house. we did healing work with her to heal the violation of her boundaries and the fear his violent intrusions had […]

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Heal Yourself, Free Others!

by Sophie March 28, 2015 Abuse

When you heal yourself, you free others to be their best selves. As long as you are in pain, your body and your energy system want to heal, so they send out a vibration requesting help to heal. This vibration attracts people and creates situations that give you the opportunity to heal, often by triggering […]

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Seeing Things As They Are

by Sophie January 15, 2015 Abuse survivor

Nostalgia, sadness, heartache, loss: I have spent the past 2 years prone to these shadow emotions of the heart. It makes sense since I am an abuse survivor, I have spent my adult life moving countries and leaving friends and family behind, and I am now at an age when my kids have started leaving […]

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When You Are A Healer, You Need To Heal + Replay

by Sophie January 5, 2015 Abuse survivor

“Why do I have so many people in my life who only want to be around me when they are having a hard time?” Probably because you are a healer and healers are hardwired to run a lot of Divine energy through our energy system. If we keep all that Source energy in, it unbalances […]

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An Answer to Fear

by Sophie December 5, 2014 Abuse

“Think of the remedy,” a Sufi friend taught me 11 years ago. “Don’t look at the problem, see the person already healed, in their wholeness.” It applies to situations also. See the situation already healed. Beyond  my outrage and sadness, I had to shake off insidious depression born of the illusion of powerlessness and to […]

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Split The World Open And Find Your Superpowers

by Sophie November 22, 2014 Abuse survivor

“What would happen if one woman told the truth about her life? The world would split open.” ~ Muriel Rukeyser. Many of us fear that if we tell the truth about our lives, the world would split open. Maybe it’s a thought, maybe it’s a body memory of being shushed or physically oppressed. Maybe our […]

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Love is an Action Verb

by Sophie October 9, 2014 Abuse survivor

Love is an action verb. Not my most original thought, I know. Except that now, maybe as a result of this recent Kali energy phase, or the  hours of energy work in the past few weeks,  it’s not just a thought any more. It’s a feeling, a gut reaction and a deep understanding. Don’t tell […]

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