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Quantum Energetix

"Hemla is very kind, gentle, compassionate, intuitive and gifted. Her wealth of knowledge and skills with different metaphysical modalities makes her unique in her field. She is a wonderful facilitator.
When you go to see her, you feel like you are seeing a dear old friend. She holds the space for you and listens with compassion in a non-judgmental way. She empowers you and helps you to see yourself and your gifts. She clears the fog for you to see better and gives you a positive energy.
If you go to see her, even if you have no idea what is happening to you, she will guide you and gently help you identify possible issues and point out the relevant therapies."

-Rasha H.

Soul Retrieval Therapy

1 hour | $200 USD

How does this therapy work?

During this therapy, we reconnect with fragmented or "lost aspects" of the soul and retrieve them to bring wholeness to the soul. Our soul can "splinter off" parts and disassociate when we experience trauma. The soul can also splinter fragments off in other lifetimes and in soul retrieval work we reconnect with the splintered aspects of the soul to offer wholeness and unity in our Being.

Soul retrieval therapy is seen in many therapy modalities, in Family Constellation work when people or parts of ourselves are omitted from a system the omitted parts energetically hold space and this can lead to behaviors and feelings that we may not logically have an explanation for. Through Family Constellation therapy, Quantum Energetix, and other modalities the lost aspects can be retrieved.

 

 

How do you know when your soul has splintered and you have disassociated from your body?

If you have experienced trauma it may have been possible that you disassociated from your body to cope with that trauma. If you have experienced any of the following, then it may be possible that Soul Retrieval Therapy could be beneficial for you.

 

  • Depression

  • Insomnia

  • Feeling disconnected from yourself or your family

  • Reintegrating after a traumatic situation

  • Relying on unhealthy coping mechanisms after a trauma

  • Neglecting the self and not paying attention to your own self-care

  • Obsessing over repeated negative thoughts and emotions

  • Feeling overwhelmed and therefore finding it hard to be present.

 

What you can try to help yourself:

Engaging in walking meditation helps you to be present with yourself, your breath, and your body. Noticing what you are feeling in your body and where?

 

Creating or engaging in creative practice. Making art, singing, dancing, and gardening are all ways to reconnect with your body.

 

Breathing: this might sound obvious, but most of us tend to live our day on autopilot, so conscious breathing can help us to reconnect with our body, especially if you place your hand on your heart or on any part of your body that is in pain or maybe talking to you right now.

 

Working with a trained therapist is helpful. Book your session here to work with me in helping your body to self-regulate.

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