This work is deeply experiential and may involve experiences of powerful feelings and energetic releases. Memories can be physically re-lived, old injuries may re-experienced
and sometimes there are strong physical movements associated with the awakening of intense feelings and energies. It is important to share all your relevant
medical history before beginning, both with me as we begin and if you commence treatment for anything after we get to know each other.
Not all of the conditions listed below necessarily disqualify anyone from participating. I need to know how you are on many levels so we can design the correct process and environment for
your experience. You may require special attention or community support or you may need to see someone else. I respect the limitations of my well being, knowledge
and skill set. For the safety of every participant, please be honest and, if you have any questions, contact me.
- use of major medications or pharmaceuticals
- history of cardiovascular disease, including angina, hypertension or heart attack
- high or very low blood pressure
- diabetes or blood sugar fluctuations
- retinal detachment
- significant recent physical injuries or recent surgery
- certain cancer and leukemia conditions
- prostrate disease
- liver and kidney diseases
- strong addictions
- history of seizure disorders
- psychiatric hospitalization or mental illness
Folks with asthma or a history of childhood asthma, should bring their inhaler and consult with me.
If you have any infectious or communicable diseases we ask that you to avoid events while you are sick.
Certain ceremonies may be somewhat disturbing for people who are very psychically sensitive and some experiences are not advised for women who are pregnant or
wanting to get pregnant.
Given the associated potential physical risks and the sensitivity of other's in the space, it is also suggested there be no drinking alcohol, smoking or use
of any mind or emotionally altering substances immediately before, during or after ceremonies. Again, if you feel this may limit your participation, please
talk to me directly.
The deepest mysteries have always been held within mazes, hidden passages, secret organizations, codes and across difficult terrain, for a very specific
reason. The heart of the Greatest Mystery is beyond words and it can be a great challenge to not be annihilated by meeting the Source of all creation, to learn
how to surrender and be embraced by It. So we go gently to begin with, developing the container that can hold such an experience by acquiring the pathways towards
self-knowledge, wisdom, self-discipline and personal maturity.
It is important that we build strong containers within ourselves as we do this work. I prefer we do not operate with strict rules about confidentiality but I
do encourage us all to take self-responsibility seriously as it opens up more choices about self-care and less potential for unconscious hurt of others. It is only when we have good boundaries that we
can let them go and so many people have not had that chance due to all kinds of abuse and trauma.
I have found what contributes to the safety of individuals and groups so we can let go into the profound, is not talking about who attended the session. I also encourage participants to refrain from sharing about others experiences, even to those in the work, (unless they have specific permission to do so). People may be very vulnerable
afterwards and it is an act of care to respect their process and boundaries, especially if you have had a great time! It also avoids a lot of judgement and
Check in with others if you meet them later to discover if they are in a place to talk with you about any of your experiences, as you may not be aware of all the influences
affecting them at that moment. And notice; do you loose energy when you share your experiences too freely? Leaky vessels hold little depth.
Sometimes our need to share inappropriately comes from the unconscious: the need to impress so as to be accepted; to be special by sharing special events
or to try to seduce others into your world, believing you know what is best for others by getting them to join in your reality. None of these motivations are
wrong, but ask yourself: Why are you talking about others? Do you, or they, have any choice about it? Is what you are doing really an act of love?
Maybe we could all do with a little more effort to be worth being known, rather than seeking to be well known.