Shine Your Inner Light
with Diana Lees
What is a session like?
We explore the energies of light and shadow as opposite aspects of the same thing. I ask questions, and sometimes share tools. You find the truth within.
When you're ready to heal, you may get surprises. Things often come up that have been held in the subconscious/unconscious mind for most of one’s life, and are being expressed either as emotional issues such as depression/anxiety, or as physical ailments. Or both.
We explore the injuries and memories as sources of information, and see situations, not as sentences, but as diagnostic points on a curve over which each individual has control through Free Will Choice.
What experiences might I have in a session?
Working through stuck emotional and mental energies can be challenging, and is very liberating. People tend to walk away feeling different than when they started, sometimes different from anything they ever remember feeling.
What about healing?
Our culture has come to perceive that removing the symptoms is healing, which is not how I see it.
To me, everything physical begins in the energetic realm. This means that work in the spiritual/emotional/mental realms may allow you to heal the cause of an ailment, which may alleviate the symptoms. When healing is complete the symptoms will probably not recur.
If you think of the world as entirely physical, this sounds like magic. But when you understand that everything is energy, and that the physical body is essentially precipitated consciousness, then it makes complete sense.
Who are your clients?
People from all walks of life find me: from physicians to horseshoers, healers to small business owners, media personalities, executives, other coaches. What they have in common is a belief that there must be more to life than they were taught, and willingness to find out what that is for them.
How do I know that what you do will help me?
Simply put, you don't. The tools work - for me and for many others. For the tools to work for you, you must apply them.
If you want to drive a nail, you have to use the hammer (or the rock or the shoe heel – whatever does the job!). The point is that you have to do the work.
If you want to have a different experience, do things differently.
It sounds easy on the page, but the practice takes awareness, commitment, and self-discipline, which ultimately leads to self-mastery.
If this sounds tough or daunting, I get it. It runs counter to how our culture usually operates. But then, our culture doesn't support personal empowerment particularly well.
So if you are ready to change your life, and liberate yourself from "normal" pain and suffering, you will rely on this discipline. Learning it is a fascinating process, and what it reveals about self and the nature of reality is even more fascinating.