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My Theta Healing...

So, Sally came along this morning to do my Theta session.

She started by putting some Frankincense on her hands and holding the soles of my bare feet. Got me to breathe slowing and consentration on my heart place (heart chakra)...

After a little while of meditating, she asked me if there was something specific I wanted to work on. I said I was just trying to stay open. So, she says two things came to her; I (meaning me) am extensively self-educated, but also I'm a teacher.

So, we talked about that, me teaching, and also how I needed to trust the process, because I've been held back by the concern that either people wouldn't respect me, or that I wouldn't have the right level of integrity and be projecting too much of myself...

Then she asked if there was any one thing I could change in my life what would that thing be. I said it would be Dave's attitude towards having another baby. Then I said, maybe it was me who needed to change how I thought because I didn't want to make him change...

Anyway, through a series of questions, mostly consisting of, "What is the worst thing about feeling X", Sally delved deeper and deeper into my issues... Over and over again things came back to being a failure, things falling apart, being abandoned, being alone in the dark. So strange because I've always associated the dark with safety, but then it turns out I'm afraid of the light, of being exposed, of frightening people.

So, we worked on removing old thought patterns and attuning myself to the "Source's" perspective on these issues...

All along the way, she did this kinesiology test where she would have me place my thumb and index finger against one another and she would attempt to pull them away from one another, asking me to resist. At first she tested with simple "yes" (I could hold the fingers together) and "no" (I couldn't resist her pulling them away from one another)... Then she had me make statements like, "My name is Sif" (she couldn't pull my fingers apart), or "My name is Sue" (she could easily pull my fingers apart)...

Then she had me make other statements:

"I am drowning in some way" - yes (this was after me saying how I don't like drinking water because I feel like I'm drowning, and she was thinking perhaps I drowned in a past life, or experieced some trauma involving water)...

"In the dark I am alone" - no

"I am alone" - yes (so, obviously, I don't necessarily associate feeling alone with darkness)...

"I fear light" - no

"I fear being exposed in the light" yes..

That sort of thing...

After much delving which meant a lot to me, including her reciting word for word a statement I've made a few dozen times to Dave in recent months, but which I can't remember much of specifically, the session came to an end, with her testing to see if my issues were resolved, and they were (yesses all 'round)...

She asked if I was ready to have a baby now and the answer came back, No...

She asked if I would have a baby girl when I had opened up and balanced out and the timing was right and the answer came back, Yes...

She was saying it seemed like I needed to do more work on the teaching as it would create balance, and perhaps once Dave saw that the baby was not just being slotted in to meet some other need, his resistence would fall away... This is completely in line with all the stuff I've gotten back about not questioning the process and letting go...

Right at the end, she was just finishing up and asked if she could ask for me to be open to receiving nutrients and vitamins for my body and health from ALL foods without worry or guilt - I thought that was an interesting addendum considering I'd mentioned nothing about food or dieting or guilt, but it had been on my mind a lot lately...

She did a liquid crystal reading for me, and two cards dropped out of the deck before I got a chance to draw a card, they were pyrite and Ily-something or other. Anyway, the second one was about embracing past lives...

She also, at some point made some reference to my GGG Grandad, which I thought was amusing seeing as I'd only just been talking about him, for the first time in about a decade, yesterday - she was saying something about his legacy... She tested to see if he was one of my guides, but he isn't. I'm quite happy with that, hahaha...

I'm really keen to learn more about Theta therapy. I'd like to do the courses coming up in June, if I can organise for Dave to be home on the Friday. The courses are long days though 9am to 6pm; friday, saturday and sunday... We'll see...

Comments

HipbubbyMama said…
Sounds great, from having this done briefly on Friday and talking to you about it earlier I'm intrigued!
loz said…
That sounds fantastic a few years ago the person who used to come to Richmond did sort of a similar session on E and I. Do you have Sally's contact details as I had the Reiki session the other day but would love to heal a few things right now.
Sif said…
Have emailed you, Laura. She might prefer if you didn´t have the kids with you though, I had to have Dave take Bryn out for the morning. Also, I paid extra to have her come to me, she has a space in Brunswick, and elwood that she usually works out of...
loz said…
Thanks got it going to Brunswick is ok how much was it though? Will wait til next month at least. Cam try getting someone to come for the kids or getting them watched :)
Sif said…
It's $80 usually, I paid $20 extra for petrol. That gives you a session of 1.5-2 hours though (well, mine was well and truly 2 hours)... I was more than happy to pay that, myself, because my base spiritual beliefs are closely aligned with the quantum physics that Theta is based in. As well as this, I'd been looking for a confirmation of the psychic reading I had last November, and this was a different kind of reading (a different approach), so I felt if it agreed with the psychic reading it would be a good "second opinion" - it did agree with the reading from November, and in a way I couldn't manipulate, though I might have like to, hahaha ;)...

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