Thank you for coming 🙏🏻 Hey everyone, Just wanted to say thank you to those of you who came out for the Maori Healing this past weekend. I hope you're finding your way with all the deep work you’ve experienced. It’s important for you to keep allowing it to continue to move through you, rather than getting anxious, worried and resisting it. Resisting that energetic & emotional work is only going to jam the energy in all the places of your body that we worked to set free - so don’t do it. It’s normal to feel sore, fatigued, get sick and have all kinds of emotions surfacing. All those things should be embraced and empowered as being part of the healing. As my late great teacher, Manu, and myself used to talk about, when discussing the work and some particularly difficult sessions; it doesn’t matter who your healer is, it could be Jesus Christ himself, if someone doesn’t want to allow the healing, there’s not a thing we can do about it. You control the healing you receive. The bodywork is a deep facilitation that helps remove the barriers in order for the healing to occur more optimally, but it’s not the healing itself. The healing is in us at all times, and it’s up to us to allow it to move through us. Take good care of yourself, and if you have any questions or are needing more work, I'm here based in Los Angeles and of course, I'll keep you in the loop as to when the Maori will be back. Harold~ #coaching #lifecoach #healing #healingwithharold #pain #wellness #health #bodyworker #bodypain #bodytherapy #Mindbodycoach #mindbodyconnection #maorihealing #backpain #neckpain #chiropractic #headache #lowbackpain #bodytalk #bodypain #bodywisdom #trauma #traumahealing
- Debie Roberts
I first went to see Harold based on the recommendation of a friend of friend. Having had typical therapy sessions in my past, I was intrigued hearing about Harold's healing approach, so I reached out to him. In our first session, I was still reeling from my first divorce, my ex getting remarried, and navigating being a single mother to my son and daughter. Harold quickly helped me begin to understand how I needed to unlock my voice and communicate all the feelings I’ve been withholding in order to find my true stengths and to be the best me I can be. That was over five years ago. I've since lost my dear Mom, my stepfather and remarried, only to learn that my second husband was not at all the right fit for me. Through it all, Harold has been there. While my journey is still a work in progress to be sure, Harold continues to guide me and to help me heal, learn and grow.