Guided Afterlife Communication
A Cutting Edge Grief & Loss Therapeutic Procedure
Repair and Reattachment Grief Therapy includes two essential components to help patients with feelings associated with the loss of a loved one. Therapy includes repairing any unfinished business with the relationship that did not have closure when the person passed and connecting and reattaching to the deceased person in a meaningful and healthy way that is healing.
"Our deceased loved ones have never left. They have but transitioned into a different frequency or vibration," says Cynthia. "There, in the afterlife, they are enjoying their life just as wonderful or more wonderful full of youth and vitality, void of pain and sickness. They look forward to connecting, wanting to help."
Cynthia's Guided Communications
Cynthia patiently and compassionately utilizes this brief cutting-edge technique to deal with unresolved issues with loved ones who are now in the next step in life. In this process, individuals are required to put aside expectations and judgments.
"It important to be patient and open to possibility not previously experienced or imagined," says Cynthia.
Connection with People and Pets
Cynthia works with not only people who have lost loved ones but also individuals who have also lost pets.
Those now living in the afterlife are in a physically healthy state giving us peace which helps us live more joy-filled lives, changing our lives in positive and loving ways. This therapeutic modality provides a quality, effective cutting edge process of lessening sadness for those who are grieving loved ones, human and pet. Many report previous complicated emotions are replaced with feelings and thoughts of lightness, joy, and peace.
Cynthia has found that in many cases you will be able to experience forgiveness and release feelings that are no longer helpful, allowing you to live more fully, vibrantly and with greater meaning. "In this other dimension, they [loved ones] are full of youth and vitality, without pain or sickness."
Background in Guided Afterlife
Guided afterlife is a new treatment for grief therapy helping thousands of people lesson and often eliminate their sadness and ill feelings related to grief and emotionally traumatic experiences. For many who go through the experience, they report feeling that those who have passed on are still alive, healthy and more vibrant than before their passing.
Cynthia's work is based on the respected work of Allan Botkin Psy.D., who discovered this focused procedure and Rochelle Wright, M.S., LMHC, NCC, EMDR certified therapist, Licensed Chemical Dependency professional, and designer and psychotherapist of the Guided Afterlife Connections method. Rochelle Wright trained in the Induced After-death communication method with Dr. Botkin.
While attending a grief workshop in Gig Harbor, Wash., Cynthia trained with Rochelle Wright. Rochelle has been in private practice for many years and trains licensed therapists and medical professionals in the Repair and Reattachment Grief Therapy method.
Dr. Allan Botkin PsyD is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist in private practice who spent many years working for the Department of Veterans Affairs in the Chicago area, treating veterans from combat engagement dating back to WWII.
Dr. Botkin has experienced great success with his grief/trauma technique. He has trained hundreds of licensed psychotherapists, helping thousands of patients — veterans and nonmilitary citizens — recover from traumatic grief and loss. There is the rapid growth of his procedure in the United States, Italy, and Germany.
DEVASTATED!! That's how I DESCRIBE myself after April 2012. HOPEFUL!! and enlightened were my feelings after just one visit with Cynthia Beanblossom. She is the first counselor I've encountered who showed complete empathy, love for her gift to heal my heart and helped empower my mind by teaching me techniques I could practice on my own; consequently, taking the edge off my grief and anxiety. Cynthia Beanblossom has a uniquely soothing voice conducive for relaxation. She is truly awesome"
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