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HeartSpeak: A new healing and stress reduction tool

This weekend I attended a training event and qualified as a HeartSpeak practitioner. 

HeartSpeak is an amazing new healing and stress reduction tool developed by Dr Anne Jensen -  DPhil (PhD) in Evidence-based Health Care, University of Oxford

It uses the premise that there are two parts to the mind: The Logical Mind and the Emotional Mind. Our Emotional Mind is often the seeker of ‘truth’ that is so often drowned by our Logical Mind. Yet being separated from our truth is one of the classic triggers of anxiety, depression and self-loathing.

HeartSpeak can be used for any stress related condition such as anxiousness, depressed mood, low self-esteem, not reaching your full potential, as well as physical symptoms such as chronic pain, skin rashes and digestive disorders.

HeartSpeak is:

  • Fast – it typically takes only one or two sessions for clients to experience results
  • Non threatening – There is no requirement to discuss past trauma or events, just to silently work through the feelings they evoke
  • Fear-busting – HeartSpeak helps break old, fearful, futile patterns so healthier, more expansive ones can quickly emerge
HeartSpeak is for anybody who wants to make changes in their life, for those who believe that things can be different. 

The end result of a HeartSpeak session is usually a feeling of lightness, clarity, peace and ease - you feel distinctly different afterwards.

If any of the below apply you may benefit from a HeartSpeak session:

  • Do you ever feel anxious or stuck?
  • Unable to achieve change on an issue that has plagued you?
  • Have you ever kept repeating the same mistakes?
  • Do you feel there is a distance between the ‘real you' inside and the ‘you’ that’s on show to the world?
For more information on HeartSpeak please visit www.heartspeak.com

Please note the fees shown on the HeartSpeak website are for a session with Dr Anne Jensen, my fees are the same as for a kinesiology session.  

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