“The mind is of itself its own place. It can create a heaven of hell or a hell of heaven” – Milton

Metaphysically – depression is caused by anger that you feel that you don’t have the right to have what you want and the difference between your ideal of how you’d like your life to be and your reality. You feel disempowered, and are unable to create the changes that you want, to make your life the way you would like it to be.

There are acupuncture points that release negative energy. With acupuncture, the main organ affected is the liver. The emotion of the liver is anger and frustration. The liver means “to live” if you have “joie de vivre”, you have a healthy liver. When your “joie de vivre” is gone, it’s usually caused by diminished liver energy. With all the toxins and pesticides in the environment, over eating, too much alcohol &/drugs – both pharmceutical & recreational, people’s livers are often on overload, which can cause depression.

Aromatheraphy can also help with depression because there are certain oils that are specific for depression and good to lift people’s emotions and spirit.

Lymphatic Drainage Massage utilising detoxing essential oils, works on the lymphatic system and circulatory system and helps cleanse the toxins, helping people be more relaxed, and energetic. In general Massage helps to release tight and knotty muscles and massaging the meridians also helps get the energy flowing (complements acupuncture).

The mental and emotional stresses and tensions get locked into the cellular tissues and massage helps release that as well.

Sometimes the flower essences are good to help release patterns that may be blocking people from feeling empowered in their own life and feeling good about themselves & help people say “goodbye” to depression.

Theta healing can help clear blocks from the past that keep getting triggered in the present – wounds that need healing – mental and emotional patterns & ways people “react” rather consciously “respond” to similar situations. When you have a strong reaction in the present it is reflecting a past wound that keeps getting replayed and replayed – same scene with different people.

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