What I learned through this work was profound. I learned for the first time how to work with my emotions. How to walk towards them, open into them, feel them fully, and drop through them into openness. I learned how to work with old memories of hurts. Some of these I consciously remembered. Some came up in the course of a process. I learned how to express my feelings and let them go. I learned how to forgive people who had wronged me, not because I was such a great forgiving person, but because it was no longer worth it to me to hold on. And believe me, I could hold on. And as I released the old emotions, and dropped the stories that had defined my life and how I saw myself, I found myself becoming freer. I found a lightness begin to arise in my being. I found myself more willing to step outside my comfort zone and do things I had never been able to do before. And I stopped having the migraines that I had been having 3 times a week for years. My energy improved. This didn't all happen overnight. I went through the Journey practitioners program, and did many Journeys in the course of that year. And I kept doing them. It's a transformational tool. I have met people who have healed from cancer, chronic fatigue, chronic depression, and much, much more doing this work.
I now offer this work to others. I can't promise you that one Journey process will cure all of your ills. But if you make a commitment to healing, and to doing this work over time, I believe you will see dramatic change. In late summer or early fall of this year, I will be facilitating a Journey Intensive in Crestone, Colorado. This will be taught by Brandon Bays via live streamed TV, and hosted by myself. This is an excellent way to learn this work. The weekend will include two Journey processes and the information you will need to be able to do Journey swaps with other participants afterwards. Let me know if you are interested and I will contact you when actual dates are available.