The Journey Home – Group Healing Sessions

By popular demand, I’m now doing group healing calls/webinars.  They cover a variety of topics: some calls focus on physical symptoms like pain or infertility, some focus more on life challenges or mental/spiritual issues like anxiety, addictions, or being more productive. Every call will explore that topic from mind-body-spirit perspective and finish with a group balancing session for everyone on the call.

I’ve been doing group healing sessions for many years: I end every seminar I teach with a balancing on the whole class, and people find those end of class group healings to be very powerful – so I keep doing them. I’ve done group balancing sessions in every instructor training call for several years. I never have to remember to finish with a group session on the instructor calls, when we get the end of the discussion agenda, several voices call out “don’t forget the balancing session” in unison – people really appreciate the benefit.

Now I’ve opened up the group healing sessions to a wider audience.

How It Works

You can access the session from your computer, tablet, or mobile. All you need is internet and a web browser. When you signup, you’ll get an access code for the webinar and instructions on how to access the session. I’ll start the call with a mini-lecture on how to think about the issue of the day from a body-mind-spirit energy perspective. And then I’ll take questions from people on the webinar – there’s a chat window that you can submit questions or comments. Finally, I’ll do a full Accunect session for the whole group. I’ll narrate everything that I get to balance and then do an energy balance for the group.

Each webinar takes about one hour. If for some reason you can’t make the call at the scheduled time, it will be available for replay afterwards, and I will include coaching on how to participate in the energy balancing section.

Why Group Healing Sessions?

“People are all exactly alike. There’s no such thing as a race and barely such a thing as an ethnic group. If we were dogs, we’d be the same breed. George Bush and an Australian Aborigine have fewer differences than a Lhasa apso and a toy fox terrier. A Japanese raised in Riyadh would be an Arab. A Zulu raised in New Rochelle would be an orthodontist. People are all the same, though their circumstances differ terribly.” – P.J. O’Rourke

I couldn’t agree more with that statement. After 29 years in practice, 5000+ students, and 25000+ sessions, I realize that we are on the same journey. Our circumstances differ, but the core challenges are the same. In one way or another we all have to face our fears and try to master those fears to embrace our life more fully.

Are you good enough? We all struggle with wondering whether we are good enough just the way we are, or if we need to somehow improve ourselves to be acceptable and lovable.

If it is really better to give than receive, why am I the one doing all the giving? Haven’t I earned a little receiving yet?

When times are hard we wonder how we will get through.

When faced with difficult decisions, we struggle with making the right decision – we want to avoid being rash, but how much thinking is over thinking?

If I say what I really feel, will people still like me?

Am I wrong to be angry? When and how can I say I am angry?

The situations in which these questions manifest differ from person to person, but underneath the details and particulars of any person’s life challenge are universal questions and challenges that we all face. And there a lot of common beliefs that people acquire out of trying to deal with these life challenges. Our mental and emotional stress of dealing with these issues is what ends up distorting the nervous system and the body.

Why The Journey Home?

We are all One with the Universe. Or One with God. Or One with the Tao. That’s what all the sages and quantum physicists keep telling us. In our Heart center we know God exists and that we are connected to everyone in the universe. But when painful or difficult things happen to us we feel separate from the people that seem to hurt us. And after a while we wonder if we are really One after all. Wanting to have faith in God and connection is different from knowing.

The nature of life is that as children we start to separate from our mother in order to gain independence, and that separation forces the part of mind that knows we are One into the subconscious. Life is a journey of balancing the ability to act in the world as a (separate) individual with the challenge of reconnecting to the part of mind that knows we are one with God, one with other people, and one with Universal Mind.

The root cause of disease in Chinese Medicine is feeling separate from the Tao or God. This is the original fear that creates all other emotional imbalance. We only create beliefs about the world in order to cope with and to protect ourselves from situations that seem overwhelming. As these beliefs accumulate they limit our ability to perceive the divine in ourselves and in our lives. We think with our mind, and not with our heart.

When I work with people using Accunect, I often do energy balancing to help release and clear old beliefs. As these beliefs are cleared the person is able to see the world differently. I also balance the body energy systems to integrate that new perception into a new way of being.

Do You Choose Love Or Fear?

As the layers of beliefs that filter our perception fall away, we begin to see more from our Heart, and less from our fears. And because it is in our Hearts that we can know Oneness or God, we begin to see more divinity in the world – and in the mirror. One step at a time we come home to ourselves, to our True Self, and our connection to the divine in ourselves, our family, our friends, and people we disagree with.

That’s the journey home.