Spiritual counselling. £25 a session. Each session is one hour.  

Spiritual counselling takes the soul, rather than the mind, as its starting point of balance. It has an expanded view of life, recognising that the world is a complex mystery and it takes into account belief systems, universal and personal energy systems, intuitive psychic realities, karmic interplay, subconscious and superconscious states of awareness, metaphysical experiences and  spiritual presence.

Spiritual counselling sees that life is innately personal and individuals want to build their own unique, flowing relationship with it, organically and without force. With the Soul being the starting point. Compassion for self and others is a core concept for their personal and collective growth. As spiritual counselling is holistic, there is no separation, no duality between personal or collective responses and reaction, all are intrinsically linked. There is the awareness that life experiences become the greatest tool, with the integration of personal pains and personal journey.

The aim is for clients to express themselves and their world with intimate wisdom, spiritual awareness and personal authenticity; using integrity and wise use of their spiritual gifts, skills and knowledge. The counselor, by focusing on their core inner connection, create an open heart connection and a mindfulness state, whilst  holding and sacred space for the personal unfoldment of their clients.

In spiritual counselling, the emphasis is on wholeness, dealing with the whole person, and assisting the client in inner balance. It is experiential and focuses on the client’s individual experiences and reality.

How can spiritual counselling help you?

As each client is seen as an individual the sessions are non-prescriptive and individually tailored. The assumption is that human beings are innately motivated towards achieving their highest potential of awareness and fulfilment; the counsellor's role is to support this. The spiritual journey can be blissful and awakening, but also it can be arduous, frightening and lonely. Anyone can have a spiritual experience or peak experience, but holistic self-realisation is a different matter.
Spiritual development occurs at the point when the ego identity is strong enough to take a little disorientation. The clients understanding and meaning of their life depends on the presence of ego. If the ego is not strong and does not hold the person in a healthy reality; the spiritual opening then results in fragmentation and crisis. This altered state of consciousness can be catastrophic to the ego if the individual contacts the lower level of consciousness rather than the higher level of consciousness. A healthy ego arises from the healing and integration of past traumas and of self-realisation and self-awareness.

Spiritual counselling can help with.

  • Faith in self: that we have within us the wisdom to make the right choices.
  • Faith in potential: that every situation has a potential for growth.
  • Faith in the journey: that our lives have meaning.
  • Faith in spirit: that we are truly spiritual beings.