A dif­fer­ent kind of men­tal heal­ing

Maroochy Weekly - - NEWS - Hi­lary Ruthven Hi­lary.Ruthven@sc­news.com.au

FOR most peo­ple go­ing through a dif­fi­cult time, talk­ing to some­one about what’s go­ing on is pretty tough.

It was a per­sonal ex­pe­ri­ence like this which turned San­dra Mee­han’s life up­side down and led her to launch the coach­ing busi­ness, House of Ra.

But this busi­ness isn’t like any other, be­cause Ms Mee­han doesn’t ex­pect her clients to talk about their prob­lems but in­stead heals through guided med­i­ta­tion.

Ms Mee­han said it was through this mix of Reiki and guided med­i­ta­tion that women could let go of any fear or “stuff” they are hold­ing on to.

“If you are re­ally want­ing to re­lease your stuff this is a great way to do be­cause some peo­ple are so em­bar­rassed to talk about what’s hap­pened to them,” she said.

“When we let go of that we can move for­ward to be our true au­then­tic self, but when we hold onto that we can’t reach that.”

House of Ra gives the clients more free­dom by of­fer­ing Skype med­i­ta­tion to clients from a wide range of coun­tries in­clud­ing Amer­ica, South Africa, New Zealand and Fin­land.

Ms Mee­han said she of­fered a free 20 minute Skype call with po­ten­tial clients to see if they had a con­nec­tion and to start the coach­ing.

She said she hoped to con­nect with wo­man and men to help them find their “true au­then­tic self” and let them pass on the heal­ing.

“I have a vi­sion of help­ing 10,000 women change their lives so they can go out and each help 10,000 peo­ple change their life,” she said.

“This is what I call a revo­lu­tion of cre­at­ing pos­i­tive change on the planet one per­son at a time.”

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.house­ofra.com.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

EM­POW­ERED: San­dra Mee­han helps women across the Coast through guided med­i­ta­tion.

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