FreeFall Therapy

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FreeFall Therapy™

Freefall is a unique therapy which Jessica has developed after many years of working with her clients. It combines many of the successful aspects of other therapies and provides subtle, yet powerful results for people, often in just one session.

“Thank you Jessica for my Freefall session and follow up, it was inspirational. When I first came to you I must admit I was sceptical. But immediately after the marathon Freefall session, I felt stronger and more positive. The follow up was excellent too, (even though I didn’t do all my homework) and I now have a much higher self-esteem, more confidence and am a lot more focused on enjoying life!”
RS Highcliffe

FreeFall is a unique self-healing process which quickly accesses the hidden unconscious aspects of your inner Self. It enables you to safely recall memory experiences previously blocked from the conscious mind. The FreeFall process works around these experiences to recognise and release fears, emotional and mental blocks, soul regression, relationship attachments, dream reality issues and underlying problems that prevent you from living a balanced, fulfilled and happy life.

The process is immediately effective with lasting results which can tackle deep rooted behavioural issues, triggered by past experiences and programming in a subtle yet transformative way. Many clients have provided excellent reviews and feedback regarding their experience of FreeFall and have continued using the techniques themselves to tackle further recognised issues, creating life changing decisions in their daily lives. It provides a method that anyone can learn as a transformational tool that can produce amazing results. Click here for client testimonials.

What people typically experience with Freefall:

• Increased levels of concentration, motivation and success
• Better health, vitality and wellbeing
• Improved relationships, professional and personal
• Breakthrough in personal development including work, career, finances
• A sense of freedom, liberation and transformation

How can FreeFall help me…

FreeFall has successfully treated stress, anxiety, depression, relationship and co-dependency issues, sexual dysfunction, physical symptoms including severe asthma, confidence and self-esteem issues, poverty consciousness, addictions and many other personally limiting mind/body conditions including:

• Weight loss
• Smoking cessastion
• Public Speaking & Interview skills
• Fears & Phobias
• Decision making

FreeFall therapy releases the emotional attachment to the drama, crisis, problem or deeper unconscious issue and frees you from the pain and separation that created the block or problem in the first instance. When we work at the core level, the place where all your memory habits, feelings, emotions, behaviours and experiences since birth have been stored, we can quickly eliminate the programming that has held us captive, allowing for a new sense of empowerment and freedom.

What you can expect from your FreeFall Session…

Typically, the two hour FreeFall session is carried out in two stages, first Jessica helps you to identify the core problem, she then carefully guides you through the FreeFall process. During which it is not uncommon to experience past life memory recall, pre-birth awareness, life between lives recollection and remembrance of your Source state. In fact, much of our unconscious programming can be associated to other Soul memory experiences. For more information see below. One session is usually all it takes to have immediate, effective change.

Approximately one week after the session, a telephone or Skype call is scheduled to monitor the continuing subtle, yet powerful changes that take place. This 15/30 minute session is used to highlight how the unconscious programming has been effective and an opportunity to ensure continual positive change. The follow up session can be equally important as the FreeFall session and Jessica uses her experience to offer you the after-care and support you need.

Book your appointment now…

For a FREE initial consultation with no obligation, please telephone 07825 269628 / 01202 488838 or book online now, using the link below. A FreeFall session can be in person in Christchurch Dorset, or via Skype to anywhere in the world.

 

FreeFall1FreeFall Therapy Consultation £250 (includes FREE follow up)


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More Useful information…

A Walk Through the Human Mind

Sigmund Freud, the famous Austrian psychologist was probably the first to popularize it into mainstream society as we know it today. Even though his theories have subsequently been widely disputed in psychology circles because they are very hard to scientifically prove, Freud nonetheless created a useful model of the mind, which he separated into 3 tiers or sections – the conscious mind or ego, the preconscious, and the unconscious mind.

To illustrate the concept of the three minds is easiest by using a triangle. If you imagine at the very tip of the triangle is your conscious mind. It occupies only a small portion of space at the top, a bit like an iceberg where only a fraction of it is showing above the water. It probably represents about 10% of your brain capacity.

Below this is a slightly larger section that Freud called the pre-conscious, or what some refer to as the subconscious. It is much larger than the conscious mind and accounts for around 50-60% of your brain capabilities.

The section below this is the unconscious mind. It occupies the whole width of the base of the triangle and fills out the other 30-40% of the triangle. It is vast and deep and largely inaccessible to conscious thought, a bit like the dark depths of the ocean.

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How They Work Together

Your conscious mind is what most people associate with who you are, because that is where most people live day to day. But it’s by no means where all the action takes place.

Your conscious mind is a bit like the captain of a ship standing on the bridge giving out orders. In reality it’s the crew in the engine room below deck (the subconscious and the deeper unconscious) that carry out the orders. The captain may be in charge of the ship and give the orders but it’s the crew that actually guides the ship, all according to what training they had been given over the years to best do so.

The conscious mind communicates to the outside world and the inner self through speech, pictures, writing, physical movement, and thought.

The subconscious mind, on the other hand, is in charge of our recent memories, and is in continuous contact with the resources of the unconscious mind.

The unconscious mind is the storehouse of all memories and past experiences, both those that have been repressed through trauma and those that have simply been consciously forgotten and no longer important to us. It’s from these memories and experiences that our beliefs, habits, and behaviours are formed.

The unconscious constantly communicates with the conscious mind via our subconscious, and is what provides us with the meaning to all our interactions with the world, as filtered through your beliefs and habits. It communicates through feelings, emotions, imagination, sensations, and dreams.

The Mind in Action

The following analogy may help to clarify the concept of how the three minds work a little more.

If you imagine you mind is like a computer …

Your conscious mind is best represented by the keyboard and monitor. Data is inputted on the keyboard and the results are thrown up on the monitor screen. That is how you conscious mind works – information is taken in via some outside (or internal) stimulus from your environment and the results are thrown up instantaneously into your consciousness.

Your subconscious is like the RAM in your computer. For those who don’t know, RAM is the place in a computer where programs and data that are currently in use are kept so they can easily be reached quickly by the computer processor. It is much faster than other types of memory, such as the hard disk or CD-ROM.

Your subconscious works in the same way. Any recent memories are stored there for quick recall when needed, such as what your telephone number is or the name of a person you just met. It also holds your current programs that you run every day, such as your current recurring thoughts, behaviour patterns, habits, and feelings.

Your unconscious is like the hard disk drive in your computer. It is the long term storage place for all your memories and programs that have been installed since birth.

Your unconscious mind (and ultimately your subconscious mind) then uses these programmes to make sense of all the data you receive from the world and to keep you safe and ensure your survival. The logic of these two minds is that if it worked in the past and you survived, then it will help you get through similar situations by the same means, no matter how misguided, painful, and unhelpful the results may be to you personally in the outside world.

Disclaimer: The information presented on this site is not intended as medical advice. The content of this site is for information purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, prevent, treat or cure any illness. Always consult your doctor before starting any complementary treatment.