Physical manifestations of disease can be the last event in a long change of occurrences. When we go after these symptoms, we miss the original source of the ailment.
(PRWEB) December 31, 2014
When Kwan Yin Healing was founded in January 2012 to accommodate Tim Emerson’s growing healing clientele, Emerson had one key focus: to take the nebulous, fuzzy nature of energy healing and bring to it a results-based inquiry in order to deliver a quality product. That inquiry initially uncovered the Four Pillars of healing results: Clarity, Connection, Coherence, and Change – the elements needed to bring about positive results. Now that inquiry has expanded into a new program, “The Healing Journey,” combining healing sessions with content modules. More information about Kwan Yin Healing programs is available at http://kwanyinhealing.com .
Emerson started working on this program two years ago, when his client, suffering from periodic migraine headaches, asked for healing work. As the client was both a psychologist and interested in esoteric spiritual study, an open exploration began. “One day, in his late teens, he was fine, and the next, from then on, he had migraines,” relates Emerson. “We don’t have to be mystics to get that something changed – some event, some electro-chemical biological circumstances, some emotional or thought shift, something spiritual, some physical injury – whatever it is, something changed. So how do we go about finding it and resolving the imbalance?”
“Emotional states affect how the physical body feels – tension, for example. Our thoughts often dictate our emotional state – feeling overwhelmed, for example,” continues Emerson. “Physical manifestations of disease can be the last event in a long change of occurrences. When we go after these symptoms, we miss the original source of the ailment. Consequently, the results can be either elusive or temporary – like getting a heart bypass but continuing to live an unhealthy lifestyle, for example.”
“Additionally, we often accept a lack of apparent disease as ‘health.’ But how do we feel?” asks Emerson. “Are we living meaningful lives filled with passion, peace, and purpose? And if not, when did we lose our way? This is also part of our health in its truest sense. What’s needed, then, is a comprehensive model, a systemic sweep through all the body’s energy in order to achieve a cohesive, complete approach to healing.” The result was “The Healing Journey.”
The new program joins Kwan Yin Healing’s existing services, including healing packages, self-healing techniques, and help healing not only physical and emotional challenges, but life path directions and reconnection to universal energy. The comprehensive nature of these programs inform the new program as well. Information about these programs can be found at http://kwanyinhealing.com .