Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could find out where blocked energy or what pain in your left shoulder (for example) may indicate? Simply mapping out where the pain is in your body and then having a language for those areas, you will uncover what the body is trying to communicate. In The Body Divisions lesson, you will be given the language for each of the sections of the body (The Body Divisions), bringing yourself and your client insights into pain, dis-comfort and simply a little clarity into what areas of life to look at.
The Body Division
In this segment of the series we will be exploring ways of splitting up or dividing the body to understand a deeper meaning of what the body has to communicate. The body when growing goes through many, many stages and each has its own way of being, which is related to how it functions it also has so much more meaning like the front and back of the body has a totally different outlook than each other as do the top and bottom of the body. But what does it all mean? That is the question we will try and answer and get the best meaning we can out of each section of the body.
“There is more wisdom in your body than in your deepest philosophy.”- Friedrich Nietzsche
Is this Course for you?
If you are looking for a reflexology course that will teach you all your points this is not a course for you. But if you are wanting to understand why someone always has pain on one side of their body (for example) this information will give some great insight as to what part of their life is affected.
About Your Walk through Life Series
This Series is intended to give you some truly powerful, yet very simple tools to get to the core of issues in your life. This is an online adaptation from workshops that I have offered to my students for the last couple of years. This is an online version of the workshop that combines various teachings that I have taken in the past and incorporates the most profound and useful information in discovering more about your walk through life. I also wanted to keep this in small bite size chunks so you can easily digest and retain the information presented.