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Immersion support group

  • Wherever you are in the world (map)

Remotely.

  • Donate one time: Join this calendar event and donate ahead. At the time, it does not matter what you are doing. You may be sleeping. Some people like to join me in the style of a mini-immersion: meditating; taking quiet time; or simply carrying on as usual.

  • Alternatively: You can write to me.

REMEMBER

  • The outcome of your purification is beyond my control: Your own self-healing capacity switches on and goes to your area of greatest need. This is not always what you want or what you asked for but is always the best thing for you.

  • There are no refunds: Make sure you have read the About and Small print pages before you join.

AFTERWARDS

  • At the end of the day: You will receive an email to say all purifications are complete.

  • Later you may feel very tired: Take a bath or foot soak in up to 500g of ethically sourced pink himalayan salt; nothing else. Allow plenty of time for rest / reflection and try to have an early night.

  • Sorry, I offer no personal advice or emotional support: You need to take your own power and there are many excellent therapists and counsellors who can hold the space for you while you reconfigure and make your own decisions.

  • To take this purification further: Please read my Aftercare and Oracle pages.


Since the Immersion Support Group a big change has happened. A friend gave me the name of a natural horse lady. I rang her and she gave me the name of a lady who has a dormant horse sanctuary. I rang the lady and within less than a week I moved my horse to the sanctuary. We moved him on Monday. He has gone from the institutionalised and controlled environment of the racing yard where he was stabled 24/7. He is now in paradise, living out and being integrated into a small herd with the option of an open barn. Can’t believe it .... we are very happy! Thank you .......... a dream come true! We can now be together and learn from each other to show others a natural way with racehorses.
— A.F., May 2019