Clients report the following benefits:
AIEH treatments complement any other medical services the client has. For example, combining AIEH and psychological/counselling services facilitates the emergence of biofield-based knowledge and a space to verbally and mentally process any sensations/issues that emerge. Or vice versa: energetically support the clearing of any issues that arose in the counselling session.
As a practitioner, I believe that AIEH treatments fill a tremendous gap in our current medical system. They add an inner, empowering perspective for the client. The client begins to integrate previous diagnostics and medical procedures with a more heart and body felt, deeper, understanding of the health challenges they are facing.
Healing comes from the Old English word haelan meaning ‘whole’ and thus signifies the process of becoming more whole or assisting another in that endeavor, even during failing health or death. Egnew (2005) further clarifies wholeness as becoming whole in the physical, emotional, intellectual, social, and spiritual aspects of self. (Warber et al., 2015)
Calming. Soothing nervous system. Reduction of anxiety between visits. I had an emotional “block” in my PTSD counselling, trying to work through a particular issue/trauma that was preverbal. There was a noticeable shift in one session when we worked on this. The memory/feelings came up without being overwhelming. In the days after, I had a counselling appointment where I was able to work with this issue and make some big emotional shifts that have been sustained in subsequent weeks.