Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear.
Ambrose Redmoon (1933–1996), Author
Counselling offers a safe and nurturing and supportive environment to get things off one's chest and heal at one’s own pace.
This modality is particularly suited to people who have difficulty speaking up or feel unheard by significant others, in private, social and work environment.
Counselling also helps people who feel confused and want to work out things in their own way.
All suffering hides within its shabby folds the seeds of a gift. When the suffering is explored, smoothed out and released, the gift lies revealed. This has always been the way of life, of growth.
Catherine Wilkins, Energy Healer, Lecturer, Author
Feeling truly and fully heard and accepted makes you feel empowered and able to effectively mobilize your inner resources to transform the dysfunctional patterns and attitudes into functional and pleasant ones.
This process helps personal growth and development, and enables you to create your own true wellbeing.
Insights gained in counselling about oneself are usually interesting and induce spontaneous mental and emotional healing shifts which then manifest as constructive behavioral change as well.
(In )my struggle (during 28 years with MS) I learned that the quality of life doesn't depend on the health of your body; it depends on your focus. I see in my life there is a healthy way to be sick. If you could focus beyond your thoughts, you would activate the Wisdom of your Body.
Marc Lerner, Author of A Healthy Way to Be Sick
Counselling is compatible with all other forms of healing - medical, traditional, complementary and self-healing.
This modality enhances one's ability for spontaneous healing and helps shift the perception from problems to solutions.
When health is absent, wisdom can not reveal itself, strength cannot be exerted, wealth is useless, and reason is powerless.
Herophilus (335 BC-280 BC), The First Anatomist from Alexandria, Founder of Medical School, Author