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Look for the healing

It’s been a few weeks or so since the Maori visited and I wanted to share a couple of thoughts with you.

First and foremost, I want to thank everyone who came out and received sessions. The two days were full with healing, and I was inspired by all the desire everyone came with in order to heal.

One way I see healing, is such that, when people allow themselves to open up and let their emotions out, specifically by way of the bodywork, this vulnerability allows the body to relax which makes all kinds of healing possible that wasn’t available to them before.

In doing this, the body and mind become of aware of this old holding pattern, and are now aware of this new liberated position within.

This new space allows us to see more clearly all the painful things we’ve been holding onto, and all the negative effects of that old holding pattern has created.

This unique style of bodywork goes straight to the source of ones pain, and it helps them free this area so that their external world can be liberated in so many ways they never thought possible …

… when you free yourself internally, your external world gets liberated as well, and that includes your health and body.

Another thing I want people to understand and make mention to, is that no matter what a therapist, the Maori, or any other “healing” practitioner does for you that helps you get liberated from pain, it’s always up to you to allow and empower that “healing energy” to continue to move through you.

You control what happens after your session.

You control how you choose to find your way through the new fresh thoughts and feelings that arose from your session.

You either choose to find your way through it all or you choose to allow fear to dictate and steer you into resisting this new perspective and position; the choice is always up to you.

Lastly, and something that I’m naturally really good at, is that regardless of who my “practitioner” is and how skilled they are, I’m always looking for the healing.

I never rely on the practitioner to do all the work … I’m always working to aide the process in some way; be it, giving them information about me that they might need to know, or looking to let go and surrender so that it might make it easier on them to do what they need to do.

I think it’s a vital component to take ones life and health in ones own hands and assume the responsibility regardless of the professionals we seek out to help us.

Having shared all this, if anyone has any questions about their sessions they received, feel free to reach out to me.

I’ll keep everyone in the loop as far as when the Maori will be visiting again, but until then, be well and look for the healing.

Harold~