As a teacher and practitioner I always assess the efficacy of my work with clients. For years, I had observed that the most potent, lasting growth came through the Psychic Cord Release Process. After some rumination, I realized it was because of the depth of chakra healing that occurs in this work and the role that integration strategies play in continuing progress.
I created Chakra Clearing with Applied Integration to address the need for in-depth chakra healing. It incorporates all the wisdom I have gained through facilitating cord release processes. However, rather than focusing on relationship dynamics, CCAI expands to address any and all chakra issues and expressions. The healing power of CCAI has been proven for over 15 years, and this work has become a foundational part of my healing practice.
CCAI addresses both the energetic condition and consciousness aspects of chakras. In this work, the practitioner will energetically scan and “read” your chakras. Stressed chakras are identified and the underlying emotions, beliefs, trauma, losses, history, and/or challenging life experiences causing the imbalance are addressed.
Through a gentle inquiry process, the practitioner guides you to explore the issues compromising your chakra(s). Corrective strategies, energetic practices, and/or other integration processes are offered as self-care and homework. Through a combination of in-session work and real life applications, you energetically clear and resolve chakra imbalances and facilitate chakra expression.
The scope of this work is broad – and its gentleness and effectiveness are profound. CCAI provides gentle and deep healing in cases of trauma and early childhood wounding. CCAI can also be used in combination with many modalities from allopathic protocols to traditional Chinese medicine to holistic therapies.
Trainings begin approximately every four years. An individual wishing to train in this work is required first to complete two courses, the Soul Force Series of subtle energy practices, as well as Chakras: Renewal for Body and Soul. The CCAI practitioner training takes approximately 10 months, after which a practicum is required. Notification of the new trainings goes out by invitation to students who have completed required courses.