laborastory -  "healing circles"

(A Community Gathering)

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Authentic Healing happens when symmetry is restored…

It is our deep intention to restore the symmetry of healing and the heart of healing. Through these healing circles, we gather together, healers and patients alike, in a space of trust and openness.

Why in circles?

A circle is a sacred geometry that portrays symmetry. Healing can not beautifully flow in an asymmetrical relationship. Healing flows beautifully in a symmetrical relationship. When we begin to listen to the Intelligence in each one of us, rather than to the limited logic of our Intellect, we shift into a powerful dimension, a dimension beyond the limitations of our physicality. We explore together higher levels of Truth, that the fastest healing is a "healing of perception" and the most powerful medicine is "transformation"

(You may check our Events Page for our Community gatherings schedules)

 
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Specialized Healing Circles like the Hearing Voices Network Philippines has also been organized to support people who are labelled with all sorts of mental disorders. 

Do you have ESP? A majority of humans believe in Extra-Sensory Perception and ten percent of the worldwide population operates with an inner life skill; often without even knowing it. Second Sight, Precognition, Clairvoyance, Hearing Voices; Telepathy and Healing Hands, even knowing who is calling before the telephone rings; comes under the basket term, Voice Hearing. If you don't personally experience it; chances are that you know someone who does. Experiencers of all types of paranormal activity, their families, friends and any health care professionals are encouraged to meet together in order to utilize this proven technique for getting control of the confusion that such unusual conditions might engender.

Famously, the most visible of these traits: Voice Hearing is viewed by the public with alarm and disdain. Frequently, sufferers are dosed with heavy drugs and diagnosed as Schizophrenics. However, since 1988, an AA-type of peer group called Hearing Voices Network (HVN:  www.hearing-voices.org) has spread to thirty-five countries. The Philippines have joined that international group with its organizational meeting of HVN in Cebu City held at Wellnessland on May 19, 2018 facilitated by Linda J. Brown, Founder of Hearing Voices Network Philippines. Linda J. Brown is an American author, blogger and long-time Voice Hearer. She has published three books on the subject and runs her website, www.insecretdiffusion.com, to answer cosmic questions from the public. In 2016, Brown presented a workshop at the 8th Annual International Convention of Hearing Voices Network in Paris, France. She is currently traveling around the world alone for the third time, at age 80 and hopes to help establish HVN chapters in many countries, as well as throughout the Philippines.

HVN, the Hearing Voices Network, is a holistic health solution to problematic and overwhelming inner voices that often cause mental distress and are incorrectly diagnosed as Schizophrenia. Using the same format pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous, informal, roundtable discussions are led by those who, themselves experience various invasive forms of psychic input. Meetings consist of easygoing peer consultation and their own discoveries about puzzling aspects of input from an unknown dimension, which medical science is unequipped to deal with. Fear of negative entities affects sufferers as well as the family and community at large. Most physicians simply prescribe a lifetime of mind-numbing psychiatric drugs without approaching the underlying issue itself. How could they?

In 1988, the Hearing Voices Network International was formed in The Netherlands and has rapidly spread to 37 countries, as a drug-free, peer-based solution to a puzzling spiritual condition, which has often been misdiagnosed as Schizophrenia.  

 

"Death Cafe"

Facilitated for the first time on June 1, 2018 at Wellnessland by Linda Brown, Founder of "Hearing Voices Network Philippines" and "Death Cafe" Philippines. Linda J. Brown is an American author, blogger and long-time Voice Hearer. She has published three books on the subject and runs her website, www.insecretdiffusion.com, to answer cosmic questions from the public.

What is a "Death Cafe"?

It is simply a gathering of people who are open to discuss death. 
The  objective is 'to increase awareness of death with a view to helping people make the most of their (finite) lives'
It is a group directed discussion of death with no agenda, objectives or themes. It is a discussion group rather than a grief support or counselling session. 

It is offered:
- On a not for profit basis
- In an accessible, respectful and confidential space
- With no intention of leading people to any conclusion, product or course of action
- Alongside refreshing drinks and nourishing food

Death Cafes have spread quickly across Europe, North America and Australasia.

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