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The Following Is An Explanation Of "Depth Healing" Therapy
Many of us have been engaged in various forms of healing and transformational work
over the years, seeking some form of growth or positive change in certain areas of
our lives. We've read numerous books, tried different forms of meditation and spiritual
practices, used many affirmations, gone to seminars and counseling, etc., seeking
to become more peaceful, loving, and successful human beings. But those of us who
have truly made a sincere effort to rid ourselves of undesirable personality traits or
self-defeating behavior patterns have probably discovered how exceedingly difficult
this process is. Oftentimes, just when we believe we have changed and achieved
some success, life sends us some kind of test or challenge --perhaps in the form of a
difficult person, a trying relationship, or some stressful situation -- in the face of which
our unwanted personality traits, which we had hoped were long since conquered,
re-emerge and rear their ugly heads. We get discouraged with apparently how little
progress we have made, and wonder if perhaps our past efforts have been all for naught.
This was my repeated experience throughout 35 years of spiritual practice, trying to meet
the challenge of bringing the light and peace that I obtained in states
of meditation consistently into my daily life.
teacher by the name of "Ammachi," an intensive period of training, trials, and efforts,
resulted in the great fortune of my being able to learn techniques to remove the deeper
roots of our negative tendencies. These roots are not readily apparent. They are hidden
within the so-called “shadow" of the human personality, and they are maintained in
unconsciousness due to the fear and pain we have of confronting the parts of ourselves
which we judge most harshly. By avoiding our fear and pain, instead of allowing such
feelings to pass through us, we form various psychic and bodily holding patterns (actual
wounds) which are sensitive to the pressures of any new experiences which remind us
of our painful past.
and pain patterns in the body's muscles, i.e., headaches, backaches, nerve conditions;
they may affect internal organ physiology causing disease conditions, e.g., asthma,
ulcers, arthritis; and at times long standing emotional wounds may aggregate into
entire multi-system syndromes, e.g., chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, chronic
anxiety or depression. The more we continue to avoid facing the dark-side of our
nature, the more we accumulate pain in many sensitive trigger-areas within us, and
the more likely in life that situations or people will come along and "push" one of these
sore and reactive "buttons." We thus become easily robbed of our peace, health, and
vitality--we feel victimized, wrongfully pointing our fingers in blame at people or outside
circumstances for our upsets, instead of looking within and realizing that these external
factors merely trigger hidden areas of pain already stored within us.
me, enabling me to help others to see their internal wounds, to understand where
they were rooted, and to release the emotional pain held within them. After three years
of continuously living and traveling with Ammachi in India and on her world tours, in
1996 she gave me her blessing to return to the U.S. and to practice this healing work in
the West. For the lack of my having encountered any similar technique resembling it, I
have simply decided to name this work, "Depth Healing."
reactive emotional buttons or wounds responsible for the pain,
disease, and the many blocks that we face to reaching our life goals.
releasing undesirable relationship patterns, in moving through long standing blocks
to achieving important life goals, and finding new strength and ease in overcoming
addictions and habits. In addition to emotional healing, more rapid physical healing
also follows... Back pain, neck pain, tension patterns, fibromyalgia, shoulder, hip &
orthopedic problems, as well as many other bodily conditions and diseases with a
stress or psychological component have been found to respond exceedingly well.