Tibetan healing rituals for Bath, Bristol, London and beyond…I see clients from all over the UK, and have been a professional healer since 1995. I also offer distant and online healing sessions for clients in the UK and internationally.
Chod is an ancient Tibetan tantric healing practice. ‘Chod’ means ‘cutting through’, and it can cut through our fears, perceived limitations, internal attachments, external obstacles, illusions of reality, as well as facilitating healing, de-possession and space clearing. I am a ‘Chodma’ – an initiated practitioner of Chod (pronounced ‘Chur’). The session takes around an hour. A simple altar with offerings is created, and then you sit with eyes closed whilst I carry out the ritual. There is no physical contact during the process. You will hear some mantras being recited, and other sounds such as a bell, drum and horn. Chod may be able to reach those places that other techniques haven’t. Typically, at the end of the session, a profound sense of transformation and peace is experienced by both practitioner and client.
Lud-dzong is a healing rite from the Yungdrung Bon tradition, enriched with authentic method and wisdom. A ‘ransom’ is offered in the form of effigies and offerings representing the possessing spirits of a person or building, and the ‘five poisons’ they carry: ignorance, anger, jealousy, attachment and pride. This is accompanied by prayers and mantras, and underpinned with indiscriminate love and compassion. This session takes around one hour.
Lu-Tor is a land healing rite from the Yungdrung Bon tradition, incorporating offerings and prayers to appease the land spirits – this ritual takes around 1 hour.
With gratitude to my teachers: Betsy Bergstrom (initiated by Lama Tsering Wangdu Rinpoche), and Lama Khemsar Rinpoche (Yungdrung Bon).