Releasing is a simple process in which we ask ourselves questions that facilitate the natural and easeful release of those painful thoughts and emotions that hold us back – from being who we would love to be and living the life we would love to live.
The pain that can be released include:
- Historical emotional pain, from childhood experiences and traumatic experiences such as death or divorce.
- Negative thoughts that hold us back in our career or business, such as concerns around public speaking or networking.
- Inner blocks that we may be feeling around our intimate relationship.
- The “secondary emotional pain” that can arise from physical injuries.
The questions that will set you free
All releasing questions are based on one core inquiry: What is the truth?
- Could you let this (thought or emotion) go (or, “let it be”)?
- If you could, would you?
- Will you, really, let it go?
- When will you let it go?
Release your wanting:
“Wanting” equates to lack, to not having. Obviously we do not want what we already have. Therefore, when we release our wanting we allow abundance in all its forms to enter our lives.
- Could you let go of wanting love and approval?
- Could you let go of wanting power and control?
- Could you let go of wanting to to feel safe and secure?
Allow yourself plenty of time to pause, breathe and above all feel the bodily truth of your response to each question before moving on.
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My book Break Out of Your Mind describes the process of releasing simply, and in a practical way that is accessible to everyone.
Quick tip: Almost everyone finds the release process easier when guided by another. So if you would like to explore the possibilities of my being your guide to freedom, click here to send me an email.
Guided one-to-one and group releasing sessions
We meet in the spirit of equals, entering into the high level of inter-personal communication known as communion.
Some dictionary definitions of communion:
- An interchange of thoughts or emotions.
- The act of sharing, of holding in common.
Each releasing session unfolds spontaneously according to the unique needs of each individual. There’s no “one-size-fits-all” process in other words. This means each of my clients has a unique experience, enabling powerful insights to emerge.
Releasing is a way of life that spontaneously transforms your mind to bring about harmony and well-being.
The qualities of a harmonious mind include compassion (including self-compassion), appreciation, kindness, acceptance and gratitude.
Simply put, Heart-felt releasing offers what we all yearn for: a peacefully happy and abundantly successful life.
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“Personally it is always a pleasure to work with Leo, who is totally professional in all aspects of his course delivery. His interpersonal skills are particularly well honed, which I am sure stems from his background as a healer and therapist, as it always appears that he is not phased by any unusual request or question.
“Leo’s depth of knowledge on a wide range of subjects is a particular strength which he uses to great advantage in leading courses, coaching delegates, and sharing in conversation with course delegates during and after formal sessions.
“It is therefore a great pleasure and an honour to recommend this extremely versatile trainer and mentor who gives 100% to every task he undertakes.”
John Seward, Brunel Training Group
Heartfulness is true mindfulness
It is mindfulness led from the Heart – bringing compassionate loving kindness to all we do, think and say