Travelling to the Light

by Sophie on September 21, 2010

A healer can be like a mother, a friend, a therapist, a spiritual guide or a good technician. Hopefully your healer is all of these things at once. Your healer is also your traveling guide.

There is A LOT we don’t know about ‘out there’ and about the Divine. But healers know more about it than most. A good healer:

  • knows how to connect with the Light, with Source, with the Divine.
  • can show you the way to your own Divine Spark.
  • show you how to stay balanced
  • can raise your vibration and attune you to higher planes of consciousness
  • knows the SAFE way in and out of your unconscious
  • knows the way TO your heart and OUT of trauma
  • knows the way OUT of pain and INTO joy
  • has dozens of map in her head, in her heart and in her energy system that she can use to remove your pain or she can teach you to use so you learn your inner landscape & heal yourself

A good healer is your guide to the parts of your inner self that you don’t know how to reach on your own. I know have at least 3 very good healers in my life who hold me tenderly and patiently till my heart heals, till my soul remembers and finds her way, till I smile again whenever I can’t do it on my own.

My specialty as a Master Healer is to show you how to ALIGN your energetic body to CONNECT with the Divine so you can:

  • receive Divine Love in your everyday life
  • think with your heart & improve relationships
  • remember and understand your past lives
  • hear angels and guides
  • live with the other side while still being in your body
  • open up and heal so you can bring a piece of Heaven on Earth

There is still time for you to join me for 10 months of incredibly rich, surprising, deep and often fun LEARNING of my healing techniques (Details of the course here).

Ten months is a whole year of learning and changing together. So jump aboard and let’s go explore together. You’re in good hands: I am a seasoned guide!

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