By: Rania Watts
The founder of ThetaHealing Vianna Stibal used this exact technique on herself throughout her post healing from a leg tumor in 1995. ThetaHealing houses a unique healing course of action which incorporates various therapeutic techniques of meditation, a spiritual philosophy untethered to any specific religion, although there is an aim to be closed to the Creator.
An interesting facet to this type of disciple is that it incorporates various aspects related to the mind, body and spirit which allows the participants to not be as restrictive with their beliefs – as they pertain to prayer and meditation. ThetaHealing postulates that humans have “5 basic brain frequencies: Gamma, Beta, Alpha, Theta, and Delta which are utilised one time, although one frequency places itself as the dominant depending on the situation.” *
According to Embry Women’s Health there are numerous benefits to ThetaHealing which include: “reveals your creative potential, puts an end to fears and phobias, frees you from addictions and habits, makes your spiritual connection deeper, aids you in attaining personal freedom, helps you to be healthier and feel well, heals physical illnesses, treats emotional problems and trauma, assists in becoming more confident, manifests your dreams and goals, teaches you how to grow harmonious relationships, shows you how to find your soul mate, unlocks your genius potential, reveals your perfect career, and creates abundance and wealth. (Embry’s Women’s Health)
The incorporation of mind, body, and spirit provides the cultivation towards a holistic life that promotes not only connection within themselves but also to the Creator. This seems to form much more profound connections not only with those who participate in this healing type of therapy, but also those who surround them. The level of balance is evident – especially with regards to the connections between the various brains and the capacity to be able to balance so many components in a manner that is utterly conducive towards growth.
The content above is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, and does not constitute medical or other professional advice.
* Embry Women’s Health https://embrywomenshealth.com/what-is-theta-healing-how-does-it-work/