guided visualisation

I offer guided visualisation one-to-one as part of an intuitive healing consultation. This can take place in person as well as via Skype.

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So, what does a consultation consist of?

Your initial consultation will last for 90 minutes and will take place either in my London office or via Skype. In this time I will take a case history, getting to know you, your background and what has brought you here. We will also do some healing, which will take place intuitively and be led by your needs.

• Perhaps you need to talk?
• Perhaps you need to listen?
• Perhaps you need to close your eyes and rest?

I will use a variety of techniques, choosing from those mentioned on my welcome page, including but not limited to:

• spiritual healing
• intuitive healing
• crystal healing
• reiki
• breathwork
guided visualisation
• meditation
• flower essence therapy
• aromatherapy
• a reading, either from the oracle or tarot
• angelic guidance
 

What is guided visualisation?

Guided visualisation is a simple form of meditation that utilises the power of the mind to engage all of the senses.

Similar in execution to a bedtime story, this state is achieved by focusing on your breath and drawing your attention inwards. Then, just as an adult or a teacher reads a story to a child, the words of the therapist entertain your logical mind, guiding your imagination to a place of insight, change and benefit.
 

How does guided visualisation work?

Although there is no difinitive formula, guided visualisation typically involves the use of active imagination to aid clarity, enable healing and manifest desired outcomes and goals.

Your mind is the most powerful tool you own and both the cause of and the solution to all of your problems. The key to a happy, healthy mind is regular housekeeping. If we make a conscious effort to clear out the unhelpful elements as they build up, swapping them for more positive and rewarding ones, we will not only feel better, we will manifest benefits in all other areas of our lives too.

Utilising elements from many other forms of therapy, guided visualisation is used as a way to sidestep the conscious mind in order to talk to and reprogram the unconscious mind enabling positive and permanent change on a deep unconscious level.
 

What can guided visualisation be used and useful for?

Guided visualisation has many benefits and can be used to treat a wide variety of conditions, including but not limited to:

• stress
• anxiety
• depression
• insomnia and restlessness
• sleep apnoea
• chronic fatigue (burnout, breakdown, spiritual awakening, adrenal fatigue…)
• social anxiety
• self-confidence
• self-esteem
• mood stabilisation
  – worry
  – fear
  – saddness
  – anger
  – resentment/unforgiveness
  – grief
• energy balancing
• grounding
• addiction
• immune system (functioning and health)
• physical healing
• emotional healing
• spiritual healing/growth
• recovery
  – illness
  – injury
  – surgery
• pain relief
• drug elimination
• blood pressure
• detoxing
• aches
  – muscle
  – body
  – head
• migraines
• congestion
• allergies
• asthma
• circulation
• digestion/digestive disorders
• menstral problems
• menopausal problems

It can be applied as a stand-alone treatment or in conjunction with other therapies.
 

The next step:

If you would like to experience guided visualisation as part of a healing consultation, please contact me to arrange a session. I would also recommend you read my intuitive healing page to familiarise you with the process.

Depending on your need, you may need one session or you may need more.

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For more information, or if you have anything you would like to ask (anything, I promise I don’t bite), email me.

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I look forward to hearing from you. x


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