The Challenge of Travelling

Healing For Change – The Challenge of Travelling

Travelling is often far more of a challenge than we’ve bargained for.
We leave our comfortable lives and homes and set off for different parts of the world. But when we’ve left the things we’re familiar with – all the things that reassure us – we often surprise ourselves by how insecure we feel. The things that wouldn’t normally trouble us begin to feel threatening.
The adventure begins to look more like an ordeal.

While you’re at home in your own environment it’s easy to forget how comfortable you are. The faces on the street are familiar; you know where to go and how to achieve what you need to do with the minimum of effort. You’ve arranged your home to suit your preferences. And unless you like to make life difficult for yourself, you organise your life so that it can be lived as smoothly and conveniently as possible.

What we do is to live in such a way that we eliminate anything that makes us uncomfortable or that challenges us.
We forget that there are certain things which do make us feel threatened or low because we no longer encounter them on a daily basis. When we ‘re travelling our safety nets have been removed, so when these things happen – we are very surprised by the intensity of our reaction.

Many people have a fear of heights.
How do you manage when you’ve been told that the excursion has easy walks and you discover that the pathway is quite narrow with a precipice on one side with only a rickety looking handrail? Do you put on a brave face? Make a scene? Hang back and wait for everyone to return?
How do you feel about yourself afterwards? A little shamefaced? A bit annoyed with yourself because you couldn’t face what everyone else was able to do quite easily. Do you worry if you can manage on the rest of the trip or that you might be a drag on everyone else?

The truth is that though we don’t have to be good at everything we often don’t realise how very limited we’ve become. As we get older our expectations of ourselves become lower and it’s not long before you begin to feel that perhaps you ought to play it safe.

If you find yourself avoiding a certain holiday because you’re uncertain how you’ll cope with some of the demands it will place on you – then perhaps now’s the time to face those anxieties and to see if they can be cleared.

There are many therapies which can help.
I practice a simple, safe yet powerful non-invasive therapy that reprograms entrenched negative belief patterns. It incorporates several healing methods into a highly effective system.
It works on our energy to identify, remove and replace limiting beliefs, whether they’re held consciously or unconsciously

Many of us have deeply held negative beliefs that drive us and stop us doing what we could despite our efforts to change. It doesn’t have to be that way. Healing for Change works quickly to clear those blocks and for many the results are instantaneous and transformative on an emotional, mental and physical level.

Once your underlying beliefs have been cleared, then you’ll find that you’re ready to conquer the world.

If you’d like to find out more about this ground breaking new therapy, please visit my website; www.

You will find free videos showing you what the healing is, how it works and how it might apply to you.

Deborah Talalay Theta Healer, Homeopath, NLP Master Practitioner, and a Healer. Deborah Talalay is a leading London based Theta Healer who has practised in Harley Street and West London and has successfully treated people of all ages and from all walks of life. Deborah has developed the Stamford Healing Process, an enhanced form of Theta Healing that can be accessed online anywhere in the world direct via Deborah’s Self Help Videos.     Read more about Deborah