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Dear People,

The fastest way to heal a problem is to find the root cause and demolish that. However, finding the root cause is often confusing and hard for people. The root cause might be buried within your subconscious or it might not be what you thought at all and have been working to eliminate. The benefit of going to a Psychic Healer is that I can tell you what your root cause is. I must say that in all my sessions telling people their true root cause it always leaves them quite surprised. Afterwards however, they can often see how this root cause is interconnected with their problems.

Sometimes however, people do not have a single root cause and that is what this article is about. You need to find the base structure of your problem to effectively solve it.

Tree Structure
A Root Cause can be like a tree structure. Underlying the problem are the roots that we mostly don't know about. Above grows the trunk, the visual representation of the problem, with sometimes branches (side problems) that are all connected to this problem. To dissolve the problem, we really need to uproot the tree. Cutting down the trunk won't help, because the roots will continue to grow.


For example: A Root cause of a Depression can be a chemical imbalance, the trunk are the depressed feelings, sadness, lack of motivation etc. and the branches are related problems like not feeling sociable, frustration at not being able to do what you want, physical complaints because you are not active enough etc.

In the example, the root cause needs to be eliminated, so the chemical imbalance needs to be treated. If instead the main visible problem (the trunk) is treated, with for example talk therapy, the problems might decrease, but it won't be eliminated.

Web Structure
In a web structure, there is no central cause. Instead, the main problem consists of strands of problems that are build upon each other are are interconnected. To dissolve the web, you need to pull enough strands so it will collapse upon itself.



For example: A Depression with a web structure will have many different root causes that all build upon each other like: several instances of abuse (sexual, mental, emotional, physical), behavior problems rooted in multiple past experiences (anxiety, social problems) and several instances of past trauma.

In the example, there is no root cause to eliminate. However, if you choose to pull one strand of the web, for example, a past traumatic experience limited by time or by type, most likely you will see improvement across the board, because other strands will lose coherence. It's hard to see which is the easiest to pull though and which will have the most effect.

How do I recognize which structure is underlying my problem?
Almost everybody who comes into my practice is aware of the problem they are having. All of them have tried solving their problems, sometimes extensively and often with help from others. How your problem responds is one of the best ways to see what is going on.

How has your progress been?
If you have had very little or almost no progress, despite knowing the main problems (for example relationship patterns, self esteem, physical health etc.), most likely you are having a tree problem, but you haven't been working on the root issue.

If you have made progress, but it's slow and steady and it seems that you still have so much to work on (for example multiple trauma's), most likely you have a web problem and you can see many interconnected problems in your life.

If you have made remarkable progress, only for your problem to return, most likely you will have a Tree structure problem. Tree structure problems tend to grow over time, as the longer the root cause stays, the more the pattern of problems will grow. Subconsciously, you will attract the kind of energy to truly solve a problem, so you will return to this pattern over and over again to have it solved.

If I find out I have a Tree Structure Problem, what's the best to do?
Find the root cause. You can try dream work, meditation, visualization or of course book a session with me. Remember that the root cause can be an incident during a specific age, a mental pattern within, a subconscious story, a blocked emotion, a past life karma or many many other things.

If I find out I have a Web Structure Problem, what's the best to do?
Understand that you are in for the long haul, because you need to patiently work on issues that are all interconnected. The upside is that the collapse will be striking and improve many area's of your life. Often that collapse is sudden, as not all the stands need to be pulled.
 

Wondering what's underlying your problem or have an interesting story to share? Post on the Blog or the Facebook Fan Page.
Dear People,

Today I'm going to talk about another quite nice (but slightly silly) joy of Psychic Life. I haven't thought about it for a while, but since it happened again recently, it seemed like the perfect moment to write a blog post about it.

Subconscious Psychic Flash
I'm used to knowing things in advance, knowing things that come true, getting feelings and basically being aware of what being Psychic means in my life. Some of it has been instinctual, but I had to work on refining my flashes by using my Psychic muscles. I still notice my psychic abilities evolving and I work with them as much as I can. However, I am sometimes unaware of a psychic knowing and what happens then is what I call a subconscious Psychic Flash.


Here I am, just living my life, talking to people, doing things and not even noticing anything relatively psychic going on. And then, out of the blue, something happens that puts something I did or said into a completely different light. One of my friends complained about that happening by saying: "I never know if I should have paid more attention to what you were saying or if this was just a strange coincidence again".

Example of a Subconscious Psychic Flash
A week ago or so my partner told me that he had chosen to switch mobile phone provider, because his phone plan was ending. He also pays for internet service at home from the same provider he wanted to switch his mobile plan too. I told him that he should call to ask if they have any extra discounts for existing customers. He did it, but they told him that they didn't. He didn't question my request.


Looking back it's kind of an odd request though, because usually those services are complete separate and I don't know any provider that has discounts for such radical different services. They have discounts if you want to combine certain services (home phone/home internet/home TV) or if you are at the end of your plan and they want to put you down for a new one (mobile phone). I didn't think it was a psychic knowing though, because I didn't register the feeling I always have with it.

So, now, a week later we both receive an e-mail from that provider (I have home internet from them as well) and they are offering to give a significant discount if you take out a mobile plan with them as well. I had to chuckle when I saw it. He called me to let me know he got that e-mail and asked me if I had sensed something. Well, apparently, I did, but not consciously.

So did you ever get a subconscious psychic flash? Let me know in the comments or on the Facebook Fan Page! 
Dear People,

I often work with Archetypes and I really recommend Caroline Myss excellent work in that field. If you never worked with them, this is a quick 3 way exercise to see what you can do with them. Speaking as concise as possible Archetypes are mental thought constructs that we can all relate too. They often are universal, but we have personal responses to all of them. Each archetype can encompass positive and negative qualities.

Balancing the Mother Archetype
The Mother Archetype is very universal, because almost all of us have mothers or mother figures or in the course of our lives have mothering behavior towards pets, children or adults. Balancing out this Archetype means that we can take care of others and ourselves in a fashion that's healthy and right for us.

Take a sheet of paper and around 10-20 minutes of time. Imagine the Mother Archetype: what does she look like, how does she act, what kind of qualities do you see in her and what kind of items would she be holding or using.

Set it the paper aside and work on the other Archetypes first.

Balancing the Father Archetype
The Father Archetype is also very universal for extremely similar reasons to the Mother Archetype. Balancing this archetype means that we know how to take charge of our lives, are able to move forward and own our own authority.
 
Take a new sheet of paper and around 10-20 minutes of time. Imagine the Father Archetype: what does he look like, how does he act, what kind of qualities do you see in him and what kind of items would he be holding or using.

Set it the paper aside and work on the last Archetype first.

Balancing the Child Archetype
All off us have had radically different childhoods, but some aspects of behavior are still universally connected to children or childhood, hence the word childish. It can mean negative qualities like immaturity, but also positive qualities like childlike delight. Sometimes people split the Child Archetype into different expressions, but for this exercise, just see yourself as the child.

Take a new sheet of paper and around 10-20 minutes of time. Imagine the Child Archetype: what does he/she look like, how does he/she act, what kind of qualities do you see in him/her and what kind of items would he/she be holding or using.

Using your impressions in a healing way
Most people have written down positive and negative attributes on each of their Archetypes. Take a look on how balanced your Archetypes are. If they are mostly negative a lot of healing opportunities await you and if they are mostly positive congratulate yourself.

Usually we write down the negative attributes that are a reflection of the way we personally see the Archetype that have come about because of experiences in our past and will continue to effect your now and future. You might have seen these negative attributes within yourself or within others you love as well.

For example: Ascertain what past experience has made you feel the Mother Archetype was smothering and acknowledge where that happens in your life now or where you are trying to be the exact opposite. Affirm gently that you allow that Archetype to be balanced in your life again - close your eyes and gently breathe in and out. Affirm that you forgive all past experiences and move on.

You can also use the negative of an Archetype to balance them out by affirming the positive part. So affirm that Mother figures should be nurturing and inspiring and breathe in that energy until you feel sated.

Want to share how you feel about these Archetypes? Post your results on the blog, the Facebook Fan Page or e-mail me about them!