Memories, decisions and experiences are collected over time, ultimately determining how we relate to the world. In fact, all of our past, present and future memories are stored in the unconscious mind. We then create stories according to those memories.  Not surprisingly, our stored memories affect how we experience the life that is ahead of us.

We all experience hurt at one time or another. Rather than confront these hurts, we often times repress emotions. The problem is that repressed negative emotions can affect us on all levels; mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Repressed negative emotions, as well as limiting decisions, create blocks in our lives. My intention when I use my own therapy style  Dharmatherapy is helping you release  the five prime negative emotions: anger, fear, sadness, hurt, and guilt. Everyone has experienced these emotions in the past — why not let go of these negative emotions, and open yourself to a healthy and more productive future?  I also want to help you detach from the "story" you mind created and enjoy the memories you have stored in your unconscious mind.

How does Dharmatherapy™ work?

Dharmatherapy is a process used to feel more relaxed, and release repressed negative emotions that block yourself and the decisions you make when you are in this state of mind. It also helps you to  understand and  change  limiting decisions that are made when you feel "stuck" in the stories that your mind created.  These crucial steps are accomplished by working with the unconscious mind and  the use of relaxation and energy healing techniques .  Our memories are stored and connected like a string of pearls around a certain subject or emotion.  We look for words that are associated to those memories and replace them in your unconscious with new ones. We work  together on breaking  associations that are not working for you anymore. We work in a comfortable environment that allows you to get to the root cause of the issue that is disturbing your inner peace.

Do you must have a serious issue to obtain benefits from this process?

No, not all. I believe EVERYONE can benefit from this form of therapy, even when there is no apparent problem or illness. It’s like creating a clean slate.

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