Reconnective Healing® & The Personal Reconnection® – an overview
What is it?
Reconnective Healing is a hands-off healing modality. I help your heart connect to the universe for a high level exchange of energy, light and information.
Because Reconnective Healing accesses intelligent energy, there’s no need for diagnosis or analysis.
I find Reconnective Healing is often appropriate when clients are ready for significant change in their lives. People who will benefit from Reconnective Healing are s trongly drawn to it.
What happens in a session?
A Reconnective Healing session lasts about an hour. For a local session you lie fully clothed on a massage table, and relax. I connect with your energy and activate healing energy through my hands, which I hold a distance away from your body.
To arrange an in-person session, please Contact me.
In a distance session, which also lasts about an hour, you relax in whatever position you like while the healing takes place.
Buy distance Sessions here.
How does May use it in Delicious Healing?
I usually use Reconnective Healing on its own when a client is drawn to this modality, often after they have read the book.
How do I learn it for myself?
You can learn to use Reconnective Healing for yourself from the book, or by participating in a live Workshop.
You can offer yourself Reconnective Healing using the distance method, outlined in the book.
The Personal Reconnection®
This is a ‘once-in-a-lifetime-event’, carried out in person, near Stirling i Scotland.
In two sessions I reconnect and activate your body’s energy lines to the grid lines which encircle the planet, and are in turn tied into the entire universe. The process includes bringing in new axiatonal lines. You are then permanently connected to these new energy frequencies which enable your healing and spiritual evolution.
Afterwards you’ll be drawn to your purpose in this life, so expect to experience change!
To find out more or arrange for your Personal Reconnection, please Contact me.
The Reconnection: Heal Others, Heal Yourself, Dr Eric Pearl, 2001, Hay House.