ThetaHealing® Family Ties Seminar
“This is a 2 days seminar offered in person only.”
In this seminar, we direct our attention within and discover beliefs that we have accepted precisely because of the family into which we were born. This is a seminar where, by letting go of beliefs that no longer serve us, we come to better know, recognize and accept ourselves, and to lead a freer existence. In short, we become able to more completely love and accept ourselves, and in this way we come to know ourselves as beings of light.
This seminar explores how—through better understanding the beliefs and programs of family and ancestors—we can free ourselves from various obligations and duties that were never ours to begin with, and formulate a new sense of identity and direction in life based on our own true goals and aspirations.
This seminar applies the basic tools of ThetaHealing to address a host of issues related to family. In the process a number of innovative exercises are introduced. Areas of focus include:
- Clearing resentments toward one’s parents
- Identifying energetic patterns in one’s family and clearing family issues
- Recollecting one’s intention in having been born into this world, and in choosing one’s particular family
- Integration with the higher self
This seminar was designed by Reiko and Daniel Samos
Includes: Family Ties Practitioner Manual
For additional information, visit www.thetahealing.com
This seminar includes a seminar manual and your certification.
Payment must be made before the start of the seminar. The payment is non-refundable. If you miss the seminar you will be able to apply your payment to any other seminar.
To register select the first date in the calendar below and follow the instructions.
Disclaimer: Please note that the information on this website and provided during our sessions and seminars are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. This information is given strictly for educational purposes. In no way should the information in this website and in our sessions or seminars be considered a substitute for competent medical care by your physician or other healthcare professional.