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TRANSITIONS

Transitions Guidance | Craniosacral Therapy | Soul Readings

Relationships/Family

Relationships have the ability to be our greatest source of pleasure and inversely the deepest source of our pain. Through individual and couples guidance, transitions from marriage to divorce or from the beginning of a new relationship to the ending of a long -standing one can be made with integrity and compassion. The blending of families involves the integration of new ideas, new surroundings and diversity of personalities. Transitions guidance supports these issues with the understanding that comes with information and planning.

Business/Career

A new business has an energy all it’s own. A Business Plan doesn’t address the impact of the personalities or particular dynamics of the people involved. Transitions guidance sessions can address these issues, as a part of an integrated plan to put your business in the best possible position for it’s successful launch. The loss of a job brings more than just the anxiety that comes with the loss of a steady source of income. What looks like a devastating transition can become a wonderful opportunity to have the career you have always dreamed of. A transitions guidance session can provide the support needed to chart a new and exciting course for your life in pursuit of your life’s purpose.

Birth/Death

A new baby is a beautiful transition into a new life, not just for the child, but also for the entire family. Insight into the emotional issues involved in this process is an invaluable tool for all involved. Like birth, death is a natural transition that everyone will face in his or her lifetime. A conscious, guided process is a much easier one for all those who are affected by the death of a loved one or the impending transition of self. A transitions professional is trained specifically to deal with the emotions that emerge from the death and dying process and offer support in facilitating this particularly difficult transition.



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