What is The Carolyn Cooper SimplyHealed Method®?
Blending the art of healing with cutting-edge research, Carolyn Cooper’s SimplyHealed Method® is a powerful method of healing that assists in clearing negative emotions on a mental, emotional, and physical level in an easy, non-invasive way. It is simple, proven and effective! It can release stress of any kind whether it is years of abuse or daily things that tend to overwhelm our emotional circuitry.
What happens during a session?
During a session, we locate and release the emotional hold of many issues (not just one or two) in a graceful way while we visit on the phone. Many energy healing methods work only with Chakras, Auras, or Meridians, but The SimplyHealed Method® tunes up all 7 Energy Systems of the body. In addition, through this method, flaws in the energetic DNA can be quickly located and repaired, some of which have been in the lineage for many generations.
Why should I have a session?
Depression, phobias, addictions, fears, ill-health, even money problems are just a few of the issues that get passed down through the genetic code. When working with Loretta, issues such as these are traced back to their origin and cleared both for our lineage and ourselves. This powerful approach to healing helps people begin healing from past or current traumas with out having to be re-traumatized or spend years coming to terms with their painful and challenging past – thus changing energy patterns as well as subconscious beliefs. Clients report profound and life-changing results!
How do I schedule a session?
“Every thought you have had has traveled through your biological system and activated a physiological response. Among the experiences that carry emotional energy into our body’s system are past and present relationships, profound or traumatic memories and experiences, and belief patterns and attitudes. The emotions from these experiences become encoded in our biological systems contributing to the formation of our cell tissues and becoming stored in our cellular memory.”
– Caroline Myss, “Anatomy of the Spirit”