Coherence | by Jetter Green
The ThetaHealing® technique is a meditation process that trains the brain into being able to hold a conscious theta brain wave. When focus and undivided attention are present in the practitioner, theta works like a tuning fork, allowing a natural reset and unwinding to occur. It allows us to heal inner conflict and dissonance through both right information and the energy of Unconditional love.
ThetaHealing® is a type of energy work that has been around since the 70’s. It was started by a woman named Vianna Stibal and grown unbelievably in the last decade since I started my practice. The framework she put together allows one to combine deep energy work, intuitive readings and quantum physics principles to create consistent emotional relief and visible results. Theta gets at the deepest, juiciest, most neurotic strategies of our ego and subconscious minds, where the source of our biggest suffering and blocks lie.
It acknowledges our ability and right to connect with Divinity, the Collective Unconscious, Source, God. However you prefer to say it, any modality that puts you into contact with this experience is a blessing and bound to effect positive change.
I am 16 years into my practice both personally and professionally and have found the deeper I go the more mysterious it gets and the more there is to know. This is deep and powerful work that has no ceiling and I am forever grateful to have found it.
Like all healing modalities the style of the practitioner, their skill and what they choose to focus on is extremely varied. I tend to focus on the belief work, as I believe it is the basis for why we are getting what we’re getting from our relationships and repetitive experiences.
There are five different brain waves, Beta, Alpha, Theta, Delta and Gamma and all are present during waking life. Which wave is determined by and affects a number of factors including, stress level, ability to pay attention or to retain information, our capacity for empathy and intuition and on and on.
Theta is the brain wave we’re in when we’re dreaming, when we’re deep in meditation, when a hypnotherapist puts us “under”. It is a trance like state where we get to move beyond the restrictions of our intellect.
We’d all like to believe that we should be able to will ourselves into changing but permanent, graceful, authentic change comes when we start to understand why we’re doing what we’re doing in the first place.