9 Heart Pains

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Heart pain is an intrinsic component of life. We experience heart pain when a person hurts our feelings or our dreams cannot be fulfilled. Perhaps it’s the pain of not being able to fulfill a career dream. Or maybe it’s the pain of not being wealthy or prosperous. The pain of failed relationships and loneliness is one of the most common.

The Chinese believe that heart pain is unavoidable. In fact, one of the 12 meridians of the body is called the “heart protector.” Its purpose is to deal with heart pain.

Heart Pain treatments are used in the following situations:

  • When you are trying to overcome an addiction
  • When you have trouble with self-esteem, self-loathing, or inability to love yourself. (We also call this “The Loving Yourself” treatment.
  • When you’ve never felt “at home” in your life.

4-6 Hour Sessions:

A Heart Pain Healing treatment takes 4-6 hours and is typically done in one session. These are not just points we rush through. We take the time that is needed to reestablish your true nature and true qi in each of the areas. You cannot expect something that has been really painful for a long time to move out in an hour. The result of the treatment is a sense of lightness and presence.

The session is an incredible time-out-of-life for your healing. It is life altering on a deep subtle level, though the results are sometimes anything but subtle. Many have been amazed that the time passes so quickly. Music is a required component to the session as a vibrational guide to the energy work. The music is selected at random from an iPod containing 20,000 songs of all genres, and a CD of important songs is provided at the follow-up session. Here is what one client had to say about the music:

“I’m amazed by the music that emerged during our session. Some of it carried substantial implications when coupled with your wise words and insight throughout the course of the session. It’s incredible how many of the songs have significant relevance to my personal history while others served to remind me of my core being, who I am, who I strive to be, and conversely, the person I will not allow myself to become.”

What to Bring: Bring any food you’d like to eat during the time. We will take bathroom/eating breaks as necessary. If you believe any personal objects would be helpful to have in the room, you can bring them, but you are not obliged to in any way.

Follow-Up: The next day or soon after, you will return for a One-Hour follow-up session that will be focused on strengthening your true qi.