A day to remember. Probably, a day that changed my life. Unreal to realize that while driving on my scooter in the morning, I had no big expectations. My head was empty and I felt excitement. And there I was, she was waiting for me , welcomed me and I completely felt at ease.
A big leather chair, a glass of water, a conversation about my past and off I went. Diving into my subconscious. Tears flooded heavily, emotions drove with 90 miles an hour through memory lane. I was completely aware of my words but I was not conscious. An experience that was surreal but completely realistic. Experiences from my past that made me who I am today. Some of which created huge obstacles and drive my behavior where I do not want to go. We attacked them, emptied the load and made sure that I could start fresh.
I feel refreshed and free of that negative load. I dove into my subconscious with heaps loads of trust and I was more than surprised of the memories that arose. Even one of a 1-year old me came up. Yes 1 years-old, only possible if I was in a state of subconsciousness. We freed the memories of the negative load and it feels empowering. This session allowed me to “heal” those negative imprints, forgive and embrace.
A day to remember. A day where I feel I partially erased and re-booted my hard-drive.