The expression “You don’t know what you’ll get out of it until you try” can be equally applied to studying different spiritual techniques as it can to traveling to different countries and experiencing their cultures.
To extend the analogy, “Travel broadens the mind”, and so does working on yourself and letting go of old patterns and habits that no longer serve you; and I can guarantee that even if you’re not aware of them, you’ll have some traits that aren’t working for your highest and best.
The different spiritual techniques out there; such as Reiki, NLP, Access, etc., all strive to achieve the same result … to enable you to be the best you can be. Not all resonate with everyone, but personally, I found that ThetaHealing was the technique that appealed to, and helped, me the most.
ThetaHealing is not aligned to a specific religion … provided you believe in something it doesn’t matter what that is. In my case, I was not brought up under any religion, though if anything, I was brought up under the tents of Christianity; “love thy neighbour”, “do unto others as you would have them do to you”, etc.
My spiritual journey came about through my ex-wife Pip Oxlade who was already a Reiki Master when we got together, then she learnt Theta’ and I was in one of the first classes she taught.
I feel it is a shame if people only take the ThetaHealing Basic class and go no further. True, it gives you a lot of the tools you use in Theta’, but you don’t get a lot of time to put this in to practice. It’s not until after the Advanced class and then Dig Deeper that people start to gain the confidence to use it on others. (The classes that gave me the most profound shifts were: You and The Creator, Intuitive Anatomy and World Relations).
It’s a bit like the TV series I have started watching on Netflix … there’s enough there to pique my curiosity, but it wasn’t until episode three that I started to get "in to it”.
I started with ThetaHealing 10 years ago, and have been teaching for over two, and I am still learning new things and evolving and growing. I am grateful to my teachers (Pip Oxlade, Joss Hobson and the founder Vianna Stibal), but I am also grateful to my clients and students who teach me so much every day.
“The world according to John”, January 2020