Intuitive Counselling uses a combination of therapies and techniques to access various physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual blocks.
Intuition is defined as: “the ability to understand something instinctively, without the need for conscious reasoning”. You may have used the following words when trying to explain the experience of “intuition”: instinct, insight, sixth sense, premonition, hunch, funny feeling or sneaking suspicion. The Buddhist word for intuition is “satori” which means “sudden enlightenment.”
It is not ‘fortune telling’, ‘dark magic’ or ‘seeing dead people’.
When clients come to counselling with an issue, it is often because they didn’t follow their intuition. As a result of blocking, denying or repressing their intuitive signals people find themselves in situations which are sometimes very difficult to get out of; with ailments that cannot be cured with medicine; or with unexplained anxiety, depression, fears or phobias. This is where intuitive counselling comes in.
Intuitive counselling can help you to access a higher level of internal truth. By fully connecting with the wisdom of your intuition, there is often a very big shift in the way you view the circumstances that lead you to counselling. You are able to gain clarity and move forward in your life.