This is another therapy I did about 10 years ago. At the time when this therapy was offered to Me, it was a whopping $350, it was a fee that was out of my reach then. My best friend, decided I needed it and would get a lot out of it, so she paid for me to have the experience, she knew how much therapy I was doing and how much this would benefit me, little did she know, it would be a life changing experience. Thank You again, “Ratita”!
The therapist saw me at my friends apartment. I was hesitant at first, but what the heck, why not? I didn’t know anything about this kind of therapy, yet as always I was open and willing just as I have been about anything that could help me heal.
He asked me to sit in a chair in the living room, he then sat right next to me in another chair, and placed his hand on the back of my neck (as pictured above), I remember thinking to myself “I hope he has good breath”, since he was sitting so close to me, I cannot handle another persons breath on me, especially if it is foul. The whole session took a bit over 3 hours, he guided me thru different memories and asked me to visualize and re frame them in different colors and frames. About 2 1/2 hours later, thru his guidance, he asked me to visualize a certain event in my early childhood, I had spoken to him about before we started (a trauma). He walked me thru reframing it, forgiving it, and finally letting it go. Before I knew it, I could smell his breath it was the distinct smell of my Uncle who was murdered just a year earlier. I felt his hand go cold on my neck even though it had been there for so long and had been hot, I felt the room go cold all of a sudden, the therapist mentioned he felt the room go cold as well, he also knew my Uncle was there with us, without saying a word to him, I knew he was right, because I could not only smell him but feel his energy/presence.
This was another time my Uncle had come to me, that I had clearly sensed, felt and even smelt him. I found this to be incredibly amazing in so many ways, one is healing, the other in realizing how close our loved ones who have passed really are to us. if only we allow our minds to be open to feel, listen and be open to them. I have been truly blessed to have had these experiences in my life. Thank You dear LORD and of course my dearest friend who I call “Ratita” (My nickname for her and vise a versa)
My therapist was Dr. Tim Frank.
Thankful, Grateful and Blessed!