Describe what will happen during the experience
Soul energy release is a session that is similar to cutting energetic cords. We all go along in life in the western world entering new relationships and we fall out with friends and family etc. Now whilst we have been within close friendships or had close relationships our energy becomes intertwined, depends on how close you have been to the other person. For some people you seem to loose that energetic link and others seem to be able to move forward, but for some of us who are sensitive souls the attachment is still there within your energy, it can be over your heart area or solar plexus. These attachments are what have stopped you to be able to move forward and you often see people after 5 or 6 years down the line still distraught because of a death, a bad relationship or simply you no longer speak to your best friend that you shared many moments over the years and cant move on since you had an argument or fell out with them. So Soul Energy release removed these attachments and allows you to move forward able to function better within the world we live in. This form of healing is so new to us in the western world but in many cultures who are westernised in South America and parts of Africa this ceremony is used often. To the point that pschodynamic therapists use this treatment to help people who are stuck within talking therapies. It helps the client to move forward and get on with their life’s.
This healing is not a quick fix and does not have a dramatic release after the treatment, many people don’t feel a thing and think that it has not worked. After performing Soul Energy Release on multiple individuals I can say after 3 to 6 weeks after everyone always comes back to me telling me that they feel so much better and have moved forward in their life and they can see the subtle changes building and building on a daily basis.
Purpose of the experienceThis treatment is truly a wonderful ceremony to undertake for anyone who needs to cut those energetic ties and wants to move on in their life.
Will there be a physical touch between the recipient and the creator?Yes
Location of the experience
- At the home of the creator
Who should avoid it? Under 18? Pregnant? Allergies and phobias?under 18
Should the recipient source medical advice prior to this experience?No
Do you offer medical advice for this experience?No
Your bio and contactJonathan Sarson. I started my career working as a nursing auxiliary for around 6 years, I worked in mental health, community and general nursing. Whilst working as an auxiliary I went part time so I could train as a Reflexologist in 1998 to 2000 this included many modules from anatomy & physiology, pathology and holistic studies. This led me on a career path to qualify as an ODP (in simpler terms a Theatre Nurse.) For 10 years I assisted surgeons and anaesthetists with the preoperative care (while in theatre) of patients. I specialised in orthopaedic accident and trauma and worked within this area for 10 years at the Leicester Royal Infirmary, QMC Nottingham and finally with Genepool Medical.
Throughout my career I had always kept my interest in reflexology and feel working in surgery has made me a better reflexologist because of the hands on understanding of anatomy and physiology which I have applied to my practice to date. After 21 years of Reflexology I am still fascinated by how the feet really do connect to many areas of the body and in turn can have an amazing effect on many health problems including stress.
My background in health was scientific and fact based, so it took a bit of time after qualifying as a Reflexologist to realise how much difference a treatment can achieve in improving health and it’s positive effect on peoples wellbeing. Over the years I have learned advanced body work, clinical aromatherapy, shamanism, Reiki and other forms of healing, these all work just as well as reflexology. Years later I am still astounded by the effects that Complementary therapies can have on people. I have developed my own intuitive technique through evidence based practice (trial and error) and always strive to better myself.