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What is Spiritual Counselling?
Spiritual Counselling helps people reconnect with their authentic spirituality and/or their inherent wholeness as the means for transforming obstacles that prevent them from living a more joyous life.

This approach invites us to regard all healing as mutual, for in reality we are interconnected with the Source of All and with one another.

A spiritual counseller offers a deep listening,  loving and non-judgmental space for others to look underneath their stories and old wounds, so each comes into a deeper experience of their inherent wholeness.

As the Buddha said, "everything you give, you give to yourself."


Why seek Spiritual Counselling?

Here are some of the reasons why people might seek spiritual counselling:

  • They want a different approach to dealing with their lives, particularly with the things that are causing pain 
  • They have identified another part of themselves which they have named spiritual but they have no idea how to access it
  • They want a better balance between heart and head but do not know how to get it 
  • They have a problem in forgiving a particular person and need some help to do it
  • They are conventionally successful but happiness eludes them and feel the gap in themselves might be their undeveloped spiritual self

"If you've come to help me, you're wasting your time. But if you've come because your liberation is bound to mine, then let us begin our work." Lila Watson (Australian Aboriginal)

Spirituality and Mental Heath?
Spiritual Counselling is not intended to replace or substitute traditional psychotherapy but a soundly based spirituality may allow people to see themselves beyond their mental health problems. It may help them feel integrated even when their lives are fragmenting and support a sense of connection even in the most painful isolation.
A great deal of distress, and related mental health issues, may stem from a baffled or frustrated search for meaning or purpose. To turn that baffled frustration into a symptom is not going to help anyone, but finding some answers, or some framework for seeking answers, may.

"However much he overlooks the masterpiece in him and sees only a frame of darkness, it is still your only function to behold in him what he sees not." A Course in Miracles

"Serving all, with an open mind and a loving heart."

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