I have worked as an Astrologer and in Personal Development mainly through psychotherapy training in a spiritual therapy for almost 4 decades. During which time I have added many skills to my tool box. And to be honest, I am still adding new tools almost on a daily basis! We are living in exciting times now, with the shifts in global consciousness and the development of personal opportunities within that shift. My life task as I see and experience it is to enable clients to engage with joy and enthusiasm in these changes for the betterment of their own lives and those of their friends, families and associates – in other words – in their worlds and ultimately, the World at large.
My own life path has brought me to many inspiring teachers in very diverse schools of thought and belief and I’m grateful to each and every one of them. Through them I have gained many insights into how the planetary energies and the Law of Attraction underpin all of the major forms of philosophy and spirituality. My intention is to live, love and prosper and enable my clients to do the same.
The latest tool that I have added to my almost overflowing box of skills is EFT (Emotional Freedom Therapy). It is also known as Energy Therapy or Tapping and it acknowledges the fact that we are all energy at our purest form. This therapy involves using the acupuncture points, happily without the needles. It is very effective, particularly with trauma reactions, body pains that seem locked in and negative personal beliefs that keep us unable to move forward into leading fulfilling and creative lives.
For further information on any of the above, you can contact me by email email@example.com I would love to hear from you or by Skype just look out for Dawne Kovan.
About this blog
It is my aim to enhance the lives of everyone who reads the articles on my Blog on Astrology, Spirituality, Psychology and strategies for your personal success. I will also keep you up to date with the latest books, films, etc that catch my eye. I will post whenever I write an article or have an idea about something pertaining to the general theme of the blog, and I hope to send something out at least once per week.
You are invited to make comments – you will notice that at the bottom of each article is the word “comments”, which you click and it opens a form where you can write your thoughts, ideas and impressions of that particular article.
When I discovered “Blogs” I saw that they are open and dynamic -inviting your comments (see above), so I can know who you are and what you think. I can then tailor my words and ideas to suit your needs more clearly, and hopefully develop new relationships with all my readers. You in turn can begin new relationships with each other. Now what can be better than that?
And finally, if you do leave a comment would you please say where in the world you are writing from, so that we can gauge how many countries we reach out to. My first comments have come from as far afield as New Zealand, Argentina, Australia, France, USA, England and Scotland – please feel free to participate in this global conversation.