Sharon first mentioned Kabbalistic healing as one of her ways of working with people more than ten years ago. This past summer I ventured to explore this intentionally with her, as I was aiming to reconnect with a memoir I’m writing, and which I hadn’t really touched in two years.
We set up a series of four sessions, which we did weekly by phone. I would share my stories of the week, and as our work together progressed I kept finding everyday moments that opened up the black box, and took me back to where I had left off in my writing and structuring of this book-to-be.
Dreams I rarely could remember in my post-menopausal years, came to visit my sleep, and stayed with me to contemplate in the morning. During our calls I began to capture threads that stitched together some of the disparate parts I had sketched out two years earlier.
In this writing I was seeking out the girl who still walked beside me, lived within me. She began to speak loud and clear.
I can’t tell you exactly how this somewhat veiled experience of contact with inner and other selves worked, but I know for certain that being with Sharon in this work opened these channels for me, unlocked the canals, and set the water flowing.