For some the long, cold, dark months of winter is nothing more than that. For others it's a time of silence, and stillness. As we approach the next transformational season of spring; a time of phenomenal renewal. The earth wakes up from her rest, and new life bursts forward.
Spring is symbolic in starting new things; projects, new ideas, sowing seeds. Its not too late to start those new years eve resolutions either! A time to think more about our health; physical, spiritual, and emotional well-being as the warmer days approach.
Following months of winter indwelling and holidays, some of us might feel a bit stuck, and not quite ready to embrace the new season. We can still feel caught up in the cold, unable to move yet. Not trusting our body, or our lives. Feelings of overwhelm, over sensitivity, and or fear about beginning something new. But know that energy healing can assist us in moving forward into the new season.
Energy Healing can help you feel lighter by releasing the stuck orgone energy accumulated over the dormant winter months. When we spring clean our energy systems we create some energetic space, allowing for movement and flow. Working with where you are currently at, it will support you to move on from the old and into the new. Energy techniques such as Advanced Integrative Energy Healing™, meridian clearing, and integral Yoga Psychology will support the clearing process energetically and can assist you in letting go of that hibernation feeling. Get ready to face spring; nourished, balanced and revitalized.
Mara Hagglund, CAIEHP is a transformational learning adult educator and has been teaching Energy Awareness/Biofield since 2015 in the Healing Sciences Theory & Skills stream in the Integrative Energy Healing™️ Program at Langara College. Mara is certified Advanced Integrative Energy Healing™️ practitioner with a specialty in Integrative Energy Healing in somatic and trauma healing.
If you would like to experience an Integrative Energy Healing session with Mara please email at firstname.lastname@example.org