Guest Post by Blossom Benedict
Access was truly the first modality that asked me (over and over) “what do you know?”
In Access there are no teachers. There are no experts or gurus. Instead we have “facilitators.”
The word “facilitate” means to ‘render easy.’ That is, to restore or bring-back … with ease.
A facilitator knows that you have all the answers to you and yourlearn more
If you or anyone you know has had to deal with a difficult divorce or is looking for tools to heal and help family struggles, this intimate chat between Blossom Benedict and Allana Pratt may offer some unique insights.
Watch more below as Allana shares how she navigated divorce and a young son who was battling thoughts of suicide by letting go andlearn more
Access Consciousness is a pragmatic system with literally thousands of tools and questions to empower you to create a life that works for you. There is no right or wrong way to do it. There is no one telling you how you should live your life. Only you will know what works for you.
Would you like to take the leaplearn more
In seeking enlightenment, have you forgotten about, and neglected, your body?
Ask yourself the following:
Are the goals and values you work toward entirely oriented toward your mind, to the exclusion of your body?
If your body tried to send you a message, including a cry for help, would you be receptive to hearing it?
If you achieved a level oflearn more
The hands-on Access body processes have effected a wide range of healing: aching backs and joints, carpal tunnel syndrome, and even more serious life-threatening diseases.
Gary Douglas, discoverer of Access Consciousness, and his partner, Dr. Dain Heer, consider consciousness and body to both be important in achieving joy and glory. Whereas certain religions or philosophies denigrate the body, and call forlearn more