ThetaHealing in a Holistic Practice
By Janis Ericson
Janis Ericson offers separate training in both ThetaHealing and NeuroLinguistic Programming (NLP) under Lightwork Seminars.
As a practitioner of NLP, Hypnosis, ThetaHealing, and Reiki, I'm typically approached by clients who already know what specific form of help they desire, but are unfamiliar with the other disciplines I practice. But just because they don't ask for a method by name doesn't mean it isn't applicable. In fact, most healing disciplines have strength or focus in one area at the expense of some other. Having a variety of skills allows me, as a practitioner, to be a better, more complete resource for my clients.
The new technique with which I've had remarkable success lately is Vianna Stibal's ThetaHealing. Adapting methods and principles from Theta Healing allows for a deeper, more spiritual approach than NLP or Hypnosis alone, while applying the techniques of these more familiar specialties virtually guarantees success in penetrating secondary gain, resistance to change, and other impediments to transformation.
Recently, a client came to me with chronic depression that had not lifted despite numerous attempts by various healers. When I suggested ThetaHealing, she was uncertain, but open to any possibility. We'd spent one hour clearing out some limiting beliefs when it became clear that she held a deep-seated fear of being perceived as worthless. After using hypnosis to facilitate a strong emotional release, the belief lifted, as did her depression. After two months, she continues to experience a profound sense of freedom and joy.
From the experienced practitioner seeking continuing education and a new addition to their skill set, to the aspiring practitioner considering a new career, to the merely curious seeker, all find tremendous healing potential unlocked in the Theta Healing certification course that I offer.