Your body WANTS to heal!
Shana’s Heart of Healing offers you holistic support to regain wellness and radiant health. CranioSacral Therapy uses light touch to treat causes of your pain rather than symptoms. Free and balanced flow of fluids and energy are essential to your body's self regulation and self-repair. By gently releasing restrictions in the connective tissue from the surface to the deepest structures, including the central nervous system, CranioSacral Therapy helps your body heal itself.
Somato-Emotional Release, an advanced aspect of CranioSacral Therapy, addresses the physical effects of emotional blocks that interfere with personal growth and well being. It addresses body, mind and spirit as a unit.
I call my practice "Shana's Heart of Healing" because I work from the heart and with the heart, and my goal is to get to the heart of the issue, so that you can heal yourself.
During the darkest time of the year, we light candles and string garlands of electric lights inside and out to celebrate the return of light. It makes the long nights more tolerable and downright cheerful. There can be great comfort in the winter season here in the northern hemisphere when we cuddle up around a fireplace and watch the flames dance.
Light and shadow are not opposing forces; they are inextricably bound together, dependent on one another. Light without shadow is amorphous, shapeless and featureless. Spirit dancing only in light cannot experience and grow. It cannot express its own fullness unless there is contrast.
Shadow and darkness are creations of Spirit as much as light is. They are not independent forces pitched in a battle against light. They are simply the light dimmed down as far as spiritually possible. That dimming down is the existential requirement for a world of infinite manifestation. It allows Spirit to express and experiment. Creativity is the essence and nature of Spirit.
Spirit has to create; it has no other choice. By doing so, it grows in Self-awareness.
Right now we are living in a time when the shades of grey seem to be intensified into starker and deeper contrasts day by day. Black and white thinking is prevalent, especially in politics. Fear turns more frequently into violence, locally and around the world. How do we deal with this as travelers on a spiritual path?
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