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Robert Coleman is an international speaker,
spiritual psychotherapist and intuitive healer
who has lived and trained for the last 30 years in
India and South America with Mayan Shamans
and Indian mystics to revolutionize a new form
of healing called Transformational Therapy.
Transformational Therapy uses hypnotherapy
and a variety of shamanic healing techniques to
realign the client back to their Core Self, release
old blockages and allow their genius to shine
once again in the world. In that moment, you
begin living the life you’ve always dreamt to live!
He is currently visiting Perth and offering
sessions and workshops at his clinics in Riverton
For more infor mation
call Robert on: 0423946727.
Rober t Coleman, B .A .,
The Emotional Freedom Technique
(EFT) is an extraordinary emotional healing
technique. It’s easy to learn and can be self-
applied or used with others.
EFT helps to reduce and eliminate
negative emotions and feelings and
supports personal and spiritual growth.
Scientific studies around the world have
validated EFT’s effectiveness.
EFT is essentially a negative energy
clearing technique. It includes tapping
on (stimulating with finger tips) specific
acupressure points while, at the same
time, tuning into (i.e. being mindful of)
a particular negative emotion, feeling,
vibration, issue or memory. Amazing!
The next one-day introductory EFT
Workshop is on the 28th of October ($175).
Private EFT sessions are also available.
For more information:
Contact Peter on (08) 9487 8363 or
Master and Trainer
Certified EFT Master
and EFT Trainer
The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is an extremely
valuable tool to have for the journey of life. The “tapping
technique” is easy to learn, can be self-applied or used with
others. More information on website.
Over 50 scientific studies validate EFT’s effectiveness. A
psychiatric journal published the results when EFT was
effective with dozens of traumatized Combat Veterans.
And, the American Psychological Association has now
For more Information or Booking:
Contact Peter on (08) 9487 8363
given its members approval to do EFT training for Continuing
The technique includes tapping on (stimulating) certain acupressure
points while tuned into (being mindful of) a negative emotion,
feeling, issue or memory, which consistently reduces intensities.
An (advertised) introductory EFT workshop on Sunday,
31st January. Advanced EFT workshops and private EFT sessions
Learn to love your humanity and be
embraced by the Beloved within.
Would you like to become a Tarot Reader or learn to read
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I have 20 years experience teaching and reading Tarot in
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BA (Psych), PhD (Wrtg)
Craniosacral Biodynamics is based on the Breath
of Life principle, the life force expressing itself as a
rhythmic, tide-like motion by the fluids of our body.
Through illness, physical & emotional trauma and
accidents, this motion can be disturbed, life force is
diminished and our body starts to show symptoms of
In a session the practitioner feels, follows and assesses
the motion, and through gentle hands on techniques
helps the body to engage in its healing process.
Sabah is a certified Craniosacral Practitioner since
1990 with further education in Trauma Resolution,
Prenatal/Birth Dynamics. In private practice she uses
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Sick Of Suffering Stress, Anxiety Or Pain?
Don’t Have The Job, Love Or Life You Desire?
leeping more than nine hours a
night, and sitting too much during
the day could be a hazardous
combination, particularly when
added to a lack of exercise, according
to new findings to emerge from the Sax
Institute’s 45 and Up Study.
The findings, published in the
journal PLOS Medicine, show that a
person who sleeps too much, sits too
much and isn’t physically active enough
is more than four times as likely to
die early as a person without those
unhealthy lifestyle habits. (Too much
sitting equates to more than 7 hours a
day and too little exercise is defined as
less than 150 minutes a week.)
“Evidence has increased in recent
years to show that too much sitting
is bad for you and there is growing
understanding about the impact of
sleep on our health but this is the first
study to look at how those things might
act together,” said lead author
Dr Melody Ding.
“When you add a lack of exercise
into the mix, you get a type of ‘triple
whammy’ effect. Our study shows
that we should really be taking these
behaviours together as seriously as we
do other risk factors such as levels of
drinking and unhealthy eating patterns.”
Dr Ding and her colleagues from the
University of Sydney analysed the health
behaviours of more than 230,000 of
the participants in the 45 and Up Study
Australia’s largest study – which is
looking at the health of our population
as we age.
They looked at lifestyle behaviours
that are already known to increase the
risk of death and disease – smoking,
high alcohol intake, poor diet and being
physically inactive – and added excess
sitting time and too little/too much sleep
into the equation. They then looked at
different combinations of all of these risk
factors to see which groupings had the
most impact on a person’s risk of dying
prematurely from any cause.
As well as new evidence on the risky
combination of prolonged sleep, sitting
and lack of exercise, the researchers also
found another problematic triple threat:
Sleep and sitting a risky combo
smoking, high alcohol intake and lack of
sleep (less than 7 hours a night) is also
linked to a more than four times greater
risk of early death.
And several other combinations led to
more than double the risk of early death:
• Being physically inactive +
too much sleep
• Being physically inactive +
too much sitting
• Smoking + high alcohol intake
A spokesperson said the important
message from this research was that
public health programs to reduce the
massive burden and cost of lifestyle-
related disease should focus on how
these risk factors work together rather
than in isolation.
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