In order to break a negative pattern or habit and create a new pattern or habit, you must heal on four levels: PHYSICALLY, EMOTIONALLY, MENTALLY, SPIRITUALLY. We calls this P.E.M.S.
When all four levels of healing have taken place, the pattern will break permanently. Many times, you will experience pieces of the four, for example you may get a mental understanding and even new emotions but not have a new feeling in your body or may not have reconnected with God. Total healing comes when you heal in all four areas.
"I never realized what was keeping me stuck until I heard about P.E.M.S. It was then that I figured out that I needed to heal my connection to God in order to move forward." - Cass
"When I finally allowed myself to get angry and I felt it in my body, and hit that punching bag, then I finally got rid of the resentment I was feeling and I could get past my block." - Mary
The body has to have a new experience. You can heal your physical body with movement, eye contact, other processes.
You have to experience new feelings. You can do this through emotional release techniques, EFT tapping, therapy.
Your brain has to have a new thought pattern with learning, teaching, and supporting others.
You need to reconnect with God, by getting blessings, attending the temple, and being still and meditating.
Daughters of Light was started by 3 women who experienced healing in their own lives after doing their own “work.” Through experiential weekends, individual and group therapy, and help from lots of friends and resources, we found the healing we needed in our lives.
Our next step was to give back to other women and help them learn the same tools we learned along our journey. That was the beginning for Daugthers of Light!
“Loved everything! I found practical applications with solid ideas and plans of what I can take home with me and implement!”
“My most powerful part of the entire weekend was the anger and grief work. it just brought a lot of emotions to the surface and helped me process a lot of stuff. “
“I will forever be grateful for this experience and all I learned. The things I rediscovered about myslef and the friendshps and connections I made. The things I saw in others that opened my eyes to myself.”