As we continue to celebrate International Women’s Month, Margaret welcomes Choi Tang, a healing therapist who specialises in panic healing, panic psychotherapy, and reiki therapy.
The subject this week is the healing power of trauma transformation and how we can often find the lightest and most valuable human moments in the darkest depths.
- There are always moments of hope and healing to be found, even when things seem at their darkest. For Choi, the process of seeing her family members healed gave her a sense of peace and acceptance.
- Healers who have endowed the gifts of healing should be encouraged to pass them on to others. If we spread the joy of love and healing to others, we create a better world.
- Everything is energy, and the distance does not matter when it comes to the healing process. We can transmit healing energies even by the power of thought.
- Since COVID-19, people have felt a mass kind of awakening. People are seeing the world in a whole new way and looking for a more natural path to healing and well-being.
‘I know in my heart that I was searching for some kind of therapy for myself’
‘Everything is energy’
‘I knew I had to learn this because I felt that I had the gift’
‘We need to listen to our bodies’
ABOUT THE HOST
A few years ago, Margaret underwent several life-threatening traumas, including domestic abuse, and almost killed by her ex-partner, kidney and brain cancer, mental health issues, and a near-death experience. Her life was encapsulated in darkness, and she welcomed the thought of dying. From a breakdown to a breakthrough, these words from Viktor Frankl’s book, Man’s Search For Meaning, changed her life forever: “The existence of life is to suffer; to survive is to find meaning in suffering.” Once she became aware of this, her life changed, and choose to live each day like it’s her last…