” The sorrow which has no vent in tears may make other organs weep”
Dr Henry Maudsley
British Psychiatrist, 1895
What we perceive and interpret as pain, is hugely influenced by our subconscious mind.
Pain is not a sensation, pain is a perception, which is affected through a variety of influences and factors including our beliefs, expectations, thoughts, emotions, habits and cultural norms, to name but a few. The roots of chronic pain and illness often lie in some unresolved issue, often from long ago in our past, which we may not consciously remember.
Sometimes the mind even creates pain, and /or illness as a punishment, acting as our own judge or jailer, and unfortunately the mind may not have understood the facts correctly when it formed its judgement and dispensed the punishment.
Rapid Healing Transformational Therapy (RTT) can produce dramatic healing benefits for a whole range of medical issues, illnesses, autoimmune diseases and pain, within a couple of sessions, and often reduces the need for medication and drugs.
If you are ready to reclaim well-being and health,
and change you and your family's life for the better
Our subconscious mind can not only create every illness that we know, it can also create powerful healing from illness and pain, which Western medicine is only just beginning to recognise, preferring instead to rely mainly on drugs.
RTT is a dynamic effective therapy which has already given profound, life-changing healing for many people, often removing the need for other treatments or endless sessions of talk therapy.
Using the RTT method I can help you to discover the root, cause and reason for your issue and help you experience rapid, permanent, all pervasive healing and change within a couple of sessions.
British Psychiatrist Dr. Henry Maudsley recognised the huge impact our trapped emotions play on our physical health, over a hundred years ago, with his statement: the sorrow which has no vent in tears may make other organs weep.
Nevertheless Western medicine often ignores the interactions between our mind, emotions and bodies, failing to recognize the huge impact on our health and well-being, and unfortunately it also fails to recognise the massive healing potential of the mind.
Western medicine is rarely holisic, and usually the focus lies in carving people up into various separate body systems or parts and sending them off to different specialities. Whilst this can be highly beneficial for some conditions, this compartmentalised, unintegrated approach fails to bring healing to many people.