Most all of us have experienced heart break or loss.  Sometimes the pain can take us to our knees.  I experienced my share of it.  I remember the first time my Twin Flame left me, I felt like someone had stuck a dagger into my chest followed by ten trucks running over me.  I was literally physically ill and hurting from the deep pain in my heart.

What most of us don’t realize is that beneath every heart-break are buried many others that we haven’t full digested, some may have even originated in other lifetimes.  Like cumulative interest, all the unresolved heart breaks and losses will add intensity to our current and most recent loss.  Thus it can make our current loss unbearable.   The good news is that the heart can be healed.

Ignoring your pain may eventually lead to actual physical heart problems.  Spirit has a way of getting your attention.  Don’t let it get that far.

Here is a recent client’s testimonial about healing her heart:

During my first healing session with Dagmar, I could barely speak without crying.  In fact, I had been sobbing uncontrollably in front of friends and neighbors and therapeutic counselors with no signs of recovery.  My grief at being estranged from my only child and grandchild was overwhelming and I couldn’t imagine moving forward in my life.  After my first healing session with Dagmar I knew there was hope for the future and I felt a peace that had eluded me for countless months.  Six months later, after just four more sessions with Dagmar, the healing of my heart is nothing short of miraculous.  Dagmar has literally led me on a path that saved my life.  She has helped me heal both old and new spiritual and psychological wounds.  After months of living with worry and panic and finding restful sleep almost impossible, I am now finding joy, purpose, peace and hope in my everyday life.  Dagmar has a gift of healing that she shares with ease, generosity and humility.  Without being religious, she is a ‘Godsend’ and I will be forever grateful that our paths have crossed. 

Barbara,  May 2016

%d bloggers like this: