This one hour session is hosted by Certified Biofield Tuning Practitioner, Damla Aktekin
In the course of any given day, we make a multitude of choices. Choices about where to go, what to wear, who we give our energy to, and perhaps most importantly, how we choose to mentally frame our interactions.
When the events in our lives are tumultuous, it can be easy to slip into a defeatist mentality. “Why do things like this always happen to me? That’s just the story of my life - it’s like the world is out to get me.” We’ve probably all found ourselves saying things like this from time to time, but there IS another way to look at our experience. Instead, we could choose to remain hopeful that everything is happening for our highest and greatest good.
Some people are inherently hopeful, while for others, becoming hopeful takes a considerable amount of effort. Hopefulness is a conscious choice and an intentional practice of connecting with our joyful potential. Hope is a companion and an ally that we can lean on.
In this one-hour Biofield Tuning group audio session hosted by Certified Practitioner, Damla Aktekin, we will work to remove all that is interfering with your ability to authentically feel that your life and future hold promise.
Damla's Biography: Damla Aktekin is a Healer, who helps other self-healers and healers move beyond their energetic wounds and shine brighter than they thought possible so that they can fully show up in their lives to heal themselves, their families, and their soul-tribe. She is a Biofield Tuning Practitioner, 500-hour Yoga Teacher, a Reiki Master, and has over 1000 hours of healing, movement, meditation, and workshop teaching experience in private sessions and group classes. She is the creator of the website and blog A Drop of Om, Chakra Bliss Healing method with crystals, and Conversations With Healers Podcast. She loves holding healing space for those with energetic wounds and teaching bliss-filled healing, movement, and meditation journeys. You can find out more about her offerings at her website: http://adropofom.com