How Reiki Changed My Life
26 Apr 2016

How Reiki Changed My Life

A friend of Seattle Healing recently battled leukemia. She was in severe pain and was very ill during her treatment, but she found that Reiki helped her immensely. This is her story.


Thoughts on a Daily Practice
21 Apr 2016

Thoughts on a Daily Practice

Regardless of your method—be it meditating, writing in your journal, practicing yoga, or something else—having a daily practice is important. Learn how to take the stress and anxiety out of it and make it a practice of love and support.


What to Expect in a Weight Loss Hypnotherapy Session
20 Mar 2016

What to Expect in a Weight Loss Hypnotherapy Session

Focusing on questions around weight and body issues can be unpleasant and painful, but they serve as a gateway to transformation. With hypnotherapy, you have the opportunity to explore answers to your questions and start making different decisions.


4 Ways to End Body Shame Now
06 Mar 2016

4 Ways to End Body Shame Now

How much more time do you want to read diet books, condemn yourself for skipping the gym, or even contemplate going under the knife? You’re the only one who gets to experience life in your body; make it the best experience starting right now.


Benefits of Energy Medicine
26 Dec 2015

Benefits of Energy Medicine

Feeling stuck or lacking motivation? Start the New Year out with balance and clarity. And dose of energy medicine—including chakra balancing, aromatherapy, and crystal and shamanic healing—can center you and get you started on the right foot.


The Dirty Dozen: 12 Signs of Self-Sabotage (Part 3)
12 Dec 2015

The Dirty Dozen: 12 Signs of Self-Sabotage (Part 3)

We define self-sabotage as having a goal or intention and then doing everything possible to keep it from happening. Are you guilty of self-sabotage? In our three-part series, we’re discussing 12 behaviors that are sure to sabotage your success.


The Dirty Dozen: 12 Signs of Self-Sabotage (Part 2)
10 Dec 2015

The Dirty Dozen: 12 Signs of Self-Sabotage (Part 2)

We define self-sabotage as having a goal or intention and then doing everything possible to keep it from happening. Are you guilty of self-sabotage? In our three-part series, we’re discussing 12 behaviors that are sure to sabotage your success.


The Dirty Dozen: 12 Signs of Self-Sabotage (Part 1)
08 Dec 2015

The Dirty Dozen: 12 Signs of Self-Sabotage (Part 1)

We define self-sabotage as having a goal or intention and then doing everything possible to keep it from happening. Are you guilty of self-sabotage? In our three-part series, we’re discussing 12 behaviors that are sure to sabotage your success.


5 Tips to Avoid a Holiday Hangover
24 Nov 2015

5 Tips to Avoid a Holiday Hangover

We understand how easy it is to feel not so wonderful this time of year. So we’ve compiled five ways to avoid a holiday hangover, side step the seasonal blues, and stay happy, healthy, and positive. Keep these on hand—they’re your Cliff’s Notes for holiday cheer.


Meet the Practitioners Series: Past Life Regressionist Didi Graves
22 Nov 2015

Meet the Practitioners Series: Past Life Regressionist Didi Graves

Feeling comfortable with your practitioner is critical with any healing art. So we’ve introduced the “Meet the Practitioners Series” to give you an opportunity to get to know us. First up is Past Life Regressionist Didi Graves, who offers hypnotherapy at Seattle Healing. Learn more about Didi, what brought her to the field of hypnotherapy, and why you should try it. How long have you been practicing hypnotherapy? For about three years now. How did you get into the field? I had been reading Outrageous Openness by Tosha Silver. It’s about surrendering to the Divine, however you see that. When we are able to surrender our own wants and desires to the Divine, action arises. We don’t need to make everything happen. So one morning, I was reading The Hypnotist’s Love Story, which I randomly had borrowed from the library. I put the book down, looked up “hypnotherapy classes seattle,” found my teacher at Bastyr University, and signed up. Also, I had done hypnotherapy in the 1980s, and it had been very helpful to me. So that started me on this path. What do you love about hypnotherapy? The realm of the subconscious mind is completely fascinating to me. I think of it as a landscape, a place to which you can journey to do your inner work and discovery. I call it the imaginal mind. We use our imaginations all the time, but we have not been taught that we can go to the imaginal mind to do our deep, inner work. Who



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