August 10, 2023
When a physical pain enters your life – whether it’s monthly migraines or sensitive skin – you’re more than ready to find a solution.
Often, it’s a huge inconvenience at home or work. Other times, the issue is extremely uncomfortable and painful.
All you can think about is how great you’ll feel once this problem gets fixed. So you run right to the doctor’s office because that’s the most reliable and fastest way to heal yourself.
But the Western model of medicine doesn’t know everything. Despite being based on scientific research and facts, there are subjects it can’t provide the answer to.
Yet, in our society, it’s common to view Western medicine doctors as the authority figures who hold all the solutions to disease. They’re the experts, right?
As a spiritual counselor trained in the arts of soul healing methods such as depth hypnosis and applied shamanic counseling, I don’t believe doctors hold all the answers. To be clear, they are incredibly important for some cases – but so are you.
Sometimes you have to take leaps of faith and trust in yourself – not traditional Western medicine. Because you can learn how to heal yourself mentally and emotionally, even if you know nothing about self-healing – and I want to show you how.
The first step? Start your self-healing journey by questioning your solid belief that Western medicine is the only way to heal yourself.
Most of society depends entirely on Western medicine practitioners when they get sick. And it makes sense. As you grew up, you watched most people around you schedule doctor’s appointments for injuries or illnesses.
It’s a common belief that doctors know best. Maybe it’s because they went to specialized schools for years. Or maybe, it’s just what you consider normal – because who else can you rely on for your health?
After you get to the doctor’s office, they have you sit down and tell the doctor all about your problems. The doctor might step away for a while, but eventually, they return with a diagnosis and a solution.
Because you see the doctor as a knowledgeable authority figure, you don’t question the “solution” they give you. For example:
Western medicine practitioners highly encourage this type of dependent and non-questioning behavior. But my main concern is that this dependence on Western medicine significantly discourages you from taking an active role in your healing.
Western medicine doesn’t give you the option to consider how your emotional or mental state may affect your well-being. So you don’t have a chance to trust yourself or listen to what your body is saying.
But the harsh reality is science can’t explain everything.
It’s a healthy human desire to seek safety and certainty – it makes us feel stable and secure.
But sometimes, this way of thinking can limit us.
The need for stability is one of the reasons our society relies so heavily on the scientific model of Western medicine. Because facts and proven stats are reliable sources of information for your logical mind.
But Deepak Chopra, a well-known speaker and author who focuses on mind-body medicine, noted recently that science can’t prove everything by reminding us that:
“Despite all our scientific advancements, the two things medicine and science cannot prove is: What is the universe made of? And what is the biological makeup of our consciousness?”
So, if science cannot prove what the Universe is made of or understand how our consciousness works, then it’s still learning. And if science is still evolving, then why do we cling to Western medicine with such a tight grip of certainty?
The key is learning to let go of your scientific safety net. So you can open your mind and finally start to heal yourself.
Sometimes, it can be upsetting and overwhelming to find out you are your own healer – especially after all the years you spent believing the opposite. So if you’re having a hard time, that’s okay.
Change is not easy to grasp. You’ve been told most of your life that you need to see a doctor in order to heal. And by choosing to believe you can heal yourself, you’re changing the way you experience life.
Most of my work includes helping people become aware of their soul wounds (traumatic, stressful, or emotionally damaging experiences) and then guiding them to receive inspiration on how to properly heal these wounds.
Soul wounds are incredibly diverse, but some examples include:
These soul wounds can live inside your body, mind, and soul for as long as you stay unaware of them. They’re often painful – and your body will speak out to you via physical symptoms to get your attention.
But when you pay attention to what your body and mind are saying, you learn how to heal yourself from the inside out.
After many sessions with my clients, it’s clear that becoming aware of and mending soul wounds can bring great healing.
Once you become aware of a soul wound, you might instinctively know the new action(s) you can take to heal yourself. This might look like:
These are just examples of the insights and inspirations that can come to you – but your body’s response will always be unique to your healing journey.
When you use your body as a guide, you’ll experience the power of healing yourself.
Western medicine is not a set-in-stone, 100% dependable form of medicine. As a spiritual counselor, my sole focus is teaching you how to heal yourself mentally and emotionally.
Tap into your body and heal yourself with the soul healing modalities I offer, such as:
These modalities will show you how your soul wounds are connected to the physical symptoms. And I am here to help you find those hidden soul wounds.
By booking a call with me, you can get started on your self-healing journey today.