The Everyday Life is the Spiritual Life
The heart of things.
We say: My heart is breaking; That goes to the heart of things; Don’t take it to heart and Heart-felt on a daily basis without even registering that we are affirming the fact that our heart is our first line of emotion, healing and communication. Through rigorous training, many of us have learned to go around the heart and deal strictly through the brain’s logical processes. As we can see from the disconnection and chaos in our world, this way of being is not working. My life’s passion is to help us reconnect to other beings, and our purpose, through healing our heart’s wounding— especially that caused by grief and loss.
My clients tell me they are stressed.
This catch-all word describes more than a bit of anxiousness. The word stressed describes a state of full-system attack. The body is releasing toxic chemicals in response to feelings of fear, anxiety, loneliness and disconnection. Living stuck in the stress state is the number one cause of disease and doctor visits in the U.S. My training in HeartMath™, Somatic Intuitive Training™, and hypnotherapy has prepared me to help, but my life experiences of loss and grief are the personal journey that led me to you. The death of a child, the death of a long marriage, two accidents and a bankruptcy plunged me into the depths of grief and also became a catalyst for discovering the gifts of recovery and a full life. Thank you for coming to my website. Tell me, how may I be of service?
Therese is the CEO of Whole Heart:a Licensed HeartMath Trainer; a Certified SIT Practitioner (Healing Stress, Grief and Trauma); Author; and coach. She is the author of six books and creator of 2 CD’s for meditation/visualization/healing.
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HeartMath work with individuals can be done in person or in a 4 once-a-week phone session with workbook. HearMath is a 21st century solution for stress, including training programs and products that facilitate self-regulation of emotions from preschoolers to seniors. For more information about Whole Heart visit us at www.wholeheart.net