Spiritual coaching leads to a return to wholeness. Its goal is to have you attain an experience of inner peace.You will experience a sense of letting down, letting go, and breathing easily. Imagine being able to let go of years’ worth of stored stress, doubt, worry, confusion, tension and anxiety in a few short weeks. Spiritual coaching connects you to your original nature that is Spirit.
The attributes of Spirit are peace, purity and love. Spirit is your life force. It is also described as energy, bioenergy, chi, ki, prana, kundalini, ruach, or subtle energy. Spirit is that which animates and gives life to the body. This life energy is the source of our vitality.
Spiritual coaching connects you to your inner wisdom. There is a higher consciousness that connects healer and client through a shared energy field that permeates the universe. In becoming unified within that energy field, you feel the "peace of God that passeth understanding."
But, spiritual coaching gives you the inner strength to better handle any challenges you are facing.
From this perspective, you are able to breathe more easily. You release patterns of thinking that run counter with your true nature. You will experience more peace and less stress.
How long are sessions?
The first session is an hour and a half to two hours long. Follow-up sessions are one hour long .
What can I expect in a session?
How many sessions are needed?
I believe in the efficiency and effectiveness of short-term therapy. Generally one to four sessions are needed initially. These sessions are conducted bi-weekly Follow-up sessions are scheduled monthly as mutually determined.
Is spiritual coaching the same as psychotherapy?
No, spiritual healing is not the same as psychotherapy, although it may draw from psychotherapeutic schools such as cognitive or behavioral therapy. Theoretically, spiritual healing builds on a humanistic psychology perspective since its goal is self-actualization. Spiritually, the ultimate level of healing is awareness of our original nature. From a western psychological perspective, spiritual healing would be most akin to transpersonal psychology.
How do I know whether I can be helped?