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Transformation Process and Māori Healing Sessions

Deep support in life-transition, transformation, clearing trauma, healing injuries or illness.

Release emotional story, clear generational trauma and the songlines in the body.

Reinvigorate the mauri (life essence).



Our lives serve as a catalyst. Here to shape us, define us, bring us to our essence. We're here for the full range of experiences. We move through pivotal moments, wrestle with indecision and doubt, endless forks in the road, and experience the full spectrum from fear to joy, and grief to love. During transition and growth, our resistance naturally increases. We can unconsciously close down our pathways of inner knowing, direction and confirmation.

A session is to: dedicate time to your own listening; to the pain for what is being revealed, to the resistance, to your guidance, supports, ancestors, and the Creator/God.

Maori healing (romiromi) releases physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual traumas.

As Tohunga Atarangi Muru says, healing is to "remove the obstruction, miri (stimulate) the area, and then live!"

True healing is to acknowledge and release the blocks, and receive yours gifts as a consequence. The body will connect experiences whether across birth, childhood, life-span, transpersonal (beyond this time), or trans-generational.

We continue to experience the same pattern until we receive its gifts in full.

Our healing is our own responsibility. We do so for ourselves, the generations before us, and the generations to come.

Healing is always a choice. It is your deepening relationship with your self, and Creator/God.

I support you in this process by being a neutral mirror; to assist in seeing the patterns; to read your body, which is constantly speaking to you about what is happening and needed in your life; to support the release of this from both the body and the mind. And in witnessing what is realised (made real) in you.

The purpose is to whakamana ourselves (to give authority to). So we can move, see, hear, and know ourselves in our clarity, freedom, and purpose.

"I am very thankful and blessed I came to see you. It is very rare for me to come across a healer who has the ability to do hands on work and read at the same time."

"She saw a grief I have never told anyone. My hips were so painful, I had a pelvic brace since I was born, but recently i was told I can never play soccer again. It was painful to feel, but now i can play, I feel great, and the doctors said they don't understand it." ~ Hana, 14years.

Such is the nature of healing oneself.

What it is not:

- As a matakite, intuitive reader and seer, I am reading what your whole-self is sharing: the body, the energetic field, and the blueprint of the soul. I am a committed, neutral listener. This includes your family, ancestors, guides, and wider experience, which is carried through your field. I am not a psychic nor do I have external answers for you. It is really about getting clearer within and receiving confirmation.

How to best prepare for your session:

As you are the one responsible for the healing, take a moment to do a 360' circle on your life right now. As you do this, become an observer to yourself and see what stands out.

It could be:

  • A question needing an answer, a decision you are considering, a change to be made, confusion, problems at home, work, in relationship, etc. You may not know what this is exactly, but that you are bringing this to the session for release and clarity.

  • Something new evolving or beginning. Thus you're ready to clear anything old that may interfere (eg. new relationships, roles, responsibilities, the bright unknown).

  • Pain in the body, injury, or any experience that continues to resurface.

What to bring:

  • Bring or wear comfortable shorts, pants or a sarong.

  • Leave integration time for yourself post-session. I suggest a minimum of half an hour.

  • Carry a journal and pen with you for recording your own notes afterwards.

"The doors to the self are few but precious. If you have a deep scar, that is a door, if you have an old story, that is a door. If you love the sky and the water so much you almost cannot bear it, that is a door. If you yearn for a deeper life, a full life, a sane life, that is a door. ~ Clarissa Pinkola Estés

For more information, see here on initiations and crisis, the questions of youth, family , or bodywork/ romiromi.

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