No prior experience is necessary, just a willingness to surrender. It is advisable to find a quiet place for meditation. The meditations are guided, making this method simpler for beginners. You can always stop listening or open your eyes if you feel any discomfort. You are in control of whether you want to follow the guidance or not. Of course, those with years of experience in meditation find it easier to relax and surrender, but there are always exceptions to this rule.

There are no obstacles for energy like time and space. The effect of distance treatment can even be more effective because the therapist focuses solely on the recipient’s energy, not their personality or physical body. Energy treatments have a rapid effect; the bigger issue is that our minds may not grasp these parameters easily. When the recipient trusts their therapist and is relaxed in receiving, the effect is even greater.

It depends on the therapist’s approach. In direct work, it can involve laying hands, working within the recipient’s energy space, or using guided meditation or even silent meditation. There are truly no set rules. Distance treatment is scheduled in advance with the client, and it’s recommended that the client sets aside that time for themselves to fully receive the benefits of the treatment.

In simple terms, all work with energy is based on the principle that spirit is above matter, and what exists on the spiritual level is translated into matter, into this reality we primarily experience in our lives. If we have a healthy spiritual foundation, it will manifest in our thoughts, emotions, and physical body.

The person receiving the treatment often experiences various sensations throughout their body, often described as tingling, goosebumps, feeling of warmth or cooling. Additionally, the person becomes more present with their body, thoughts quiet down, and depending on how much the person accepts the treatment, they may enter a state of deep meditation and connection called satori. The treatment balances the energy bodies; the therapist can focus on individual segments, but it’s important to remember that all our energy bodies are interconnected, just like individual parts of the physical body, so a change in one segment inevitably affects the others.

After the treatment, detoxification occurs (on a physical, mental, emotional level), which sometimes goes unnoticed but can also lead to a healing crisis. Sometimes we may simply feel worse before getting better, indicating that our state before the treatment was not balanced.

No, the treatment and permission must come from the person requesting the treatment or energy work. Parents or guardians can request treatment for a child, but even in that case, if there is no consent from the soul, the treatment is not performed.

No, it is my right to maintain healthy boundaries and refuse treatment, especially when I know I’m not the right therapist for someone and when the person persistently refuses to face themselves and seeks solutions everywhere except where they should, within themselves. I will accept treatment with the intention of helping someone alleviate symptoms, but everyone is responsible for themselves. The treatment is a catalyst for a person to feel better and make decisions for themselves and their lives more easily. That’s why I promote self-work. Everyone can learn to work with energy and everyone can bring about positive changes in their life habits.