Dear friends and fellow seekers,
I am writing this to invite you to share your experiences and insights about EFT, Reiki and other techniques and approaches to healing and spiritual growth.
Contrary to common misconceptions, therapy is not a one-way process, but an exchange through which both a therapist and a person seeking help enrich their knowledge of life, of predicaments and joys of human existence, and truly become companions on a journey. I am feeling deeply grateful to all my clients and participants in my workshops for opening their hearts to me, for reaching out in response to my call for connection and re-discovering the world together. Because every intimate contact with a human being (and indeed with any living thing!) transforms our understanding of reality, taking us beyond the limits of a single personal experience.
For me every new person I meet is an unknown planet, which I approach like an astronaut, with a mixture of fascination, trepidation and a hope for establishing a connection. Yes, we are all different and unique. But – thanks to our human nature – we all have something in common. We all suffer, experience love, pain, and fear of being hurt and left behind. Sometimes these experiences can be very intense and lead us to feel isolated and forsaken by God, universe and fellow human beings. When we connect and share our vulnerability as well as our love, the ice fields of isolation begin to melt away, the grip of fear on our hearts loosens, and a spring of joy leaps up within us. Then many things that seemed impossible suddenly become doable!
That is why I am inviting you to take part in a conversation at this blog. To share your thoughts, your experiences during our meetings and outside of them. Your observations and insights about tapping, Reiki, yoga, and other spiritual and healing practices. Free surfers blown to this website by random internet winds are most welcome to join in too!
This post – I suggest – can be a platform for a general discussion, although I will also continue publishing posts on specific topics, and you are most welcome to reply to them.
I very much look forward to our discussion – please write on!