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Robin Littman (see About Us) is a trained counselling psychotherapist, working with individuals and couples. He has an MA in Psychotherapy from the Karuna Institute, with an emphasis on mindfulness, and is BACP registered. He has a particular interest in the effect of food on mind and mood. He has trained in bereavement and spiritual counselling, couples counselling, addiction, cancer support, and EFT. His practise, Ear4You, is based in Taunton and Bridgwater, and he brings these skills to retreat participants. SESSIONS NOW AVAILABLE ON SKYPE OR BY PHONE. CALL 07767 797858
Jenny Littman (see About Us) is a trained Colour Light Therapist, a technique which can be especially useful in detoxing programmes as well as releasing emotional and energetic blockages which often lie behind disease. This is a method similar to Acupuncture, but without the needles. Instead, a pen light with 11 different colours is applied to the skin on specific points. It has been proved that the cells of the body naturally communicate through the frequency of light. Each colour carries a particular frequency, sending a healing message which the body can absorb to facilitate balance and health. CLT reaches beyond the conscious mind into the subconscious, where old wounds and traumas sit as blockages in our energy, and releases them. Research over 40 years has led to the creation of a range of treatments. These include:
Children love CLT and respond readily! For more information, click here
NOW BEING OFFERED AS A REMOTE HEALING SESSION ! Colour light can be transmitted by the power of intention using the same treatments and frequencies. A photograph of the recipient is required. To discuss with Jenny, call 01278 671863
Jenny also offers tachyon sessions which have proved helpful for pain relief, for de-stressing, re-vitalising and for unblocking the energy body.
Tachyon Energy is the name given by two quantum physicists to the very first energetic structure that emerges out of non-structured, formless Zero-Point Energy. It includes all energy potential within itself. Tachyon is not limited to a certain frequency and cannot be measured in that way. What can be measured are the effects it has on the body and environment. Through the Tachyonization™ process created by David Wagner of the Advanced Tachyon Technology Institute , a number of Tachyonized products have been created whose use normally results in a natural detoxification, increased absorption of available vitamins and minerals, increased energy for physical activities, increased awareness of subtle energies, increased brain function, increased circulation, and exceptional improvements in athletic abilities and muscle recovery.
Tachyon essentially speeds up the body’s own natural healing process. Tachyon sessions are very effective with pain, and can work beneficially wherever there are imbalances, without any negative side effects. The Tachyon cocoon is a product for bathing the whole energy system of the body in Tachyon energy, a deeply relaxing experience which people have said gives them the feeling of several hours sleep in just 20 minutes.
The practise of observing the breath while sitting still in meditation is a time-honoured method for calming the whole system, and has now been proven to introduce changes into the structure of the brain. Mindfulness practise can take a number of forms, and centres on seeking to experience the moment now and accept the reality whatever it may be. As John Kabat-Zinn asks: “Have you ever had the experience of stopping so completely, of being in your body so completely, of being in your life so completely, that what you knew and what you didn’t know, that what had been and what was yet to come, and the way things are right now, no longer held even the slightest hint of anxiety or discord…”
Yoga is a commonly known generic term for the physical, mental and spiritual practices or disciplines which originated in ancient India with a view to attain a state of permanent peace. Yoga has also been popularly defined as “union with the divine” in other contexts and traditions. Various types of yoga are found in Hinduism, Buddhism and other traditions. By the turn of the first millennium, Hatha yoga emerged as a prominent tradition of yoga distinct from Patanjali‘s Yoga Sutras and marks the development of asanas into the full body postures now in popular usage and, along with its many modern variations, such as Kundalini Yoga, is the style that many people associate with the word yoga today. On a retreat, yoga can play an essential part in finding release from stress.
Whilst stationed in India, a British army officer heard a story about a group of lamas who had apparently discovered a ‘Fountain of Youth’. The “wandering natives”, as he called them, told him of old men who inexplicably became healthy, strong, and full of ‘vigour and virility’ after entering a particular lamasery. After retiring, the colonel decided to search for the lamasery and lived with the lamas, where they taught him five exercises, which they called ‘rites’. The lamas describe seven spinning, ‘psychic vortexes’ within the body: two of these are in the brain, one at the base of the throat, one on the right side of the body in the vicinity of the liver, one in the reproductive anatomy, and one in each knee. As we grow older, the spin rate of the vortexes diminishes, resulting ‘ill-health’. However, the spin rate of these vortexes can be restored by performing the Five Rites daily, resulting in improved health. The colonel’s stay in the lamasery transformed him from a stooped, old gentleman with a cane to a tall and straight young man in the prime of his life. Additionally, his hair had grown back, without a trace of grey…… We offer this practice every morning on our retreats.