It was great, and we got what we wanted, which was to move up a level (or a few) in our quest to be all we can be. We had both been feeling a little stuck, recently.
‘The Journey’ is a healing process you can do by yourself or with another person who guides you through it. It takes between maybe 30 minutes and 2 hours, and involves very nifty techniques that get you in touch with old baggage that has been causing illness and emotional pain, and clears it out leaving you feeling fresh, light and clean—bubbling with joy, actually. People have healed themselves of very serious illnesses using this.
In 1992, Brandon found herself diagnosed with a tumour the size of a basketball! She had been working in the field of personal development and healing for many years, including leading seminars for Tony Robbins, and gave herself a few weeks to try healing it herself before resorting to surgery.
Six and a half weeks later, she was completely clear of it, and from this experience was born The Journey process and seminars that take her techniques to people all around the world. To go to the website about the programs, click here.
I’ll quote a little from a brochure:
Using The Journey, ordinary people achieve extraordinary results, no matter their age, background, culture or upbringing. The Journey is now recognised internationally as one of the most powerful healing processes available and is used in schools, churches, hospitals, prisons, in addiction centres, in healing centres, by health professionals and laymen alike. It is hailed as a universal teaching that is practical, user-friendly and down-to-earth and it gets results.
I would highly recommend Journey work to anyone who wants to heal themselves of any physical illness or emotional pain. By “Journey work” I mean either doing The Journey process with a Journey practitioner, or attending a seminar like we did.
To learn more about it, I think the best thing would be to read Brandon’s book, The Journey. It is really easy to read and tells a gripping story—Brandon is a great story-teller! If you look at the book on Amazon, you can read the first chapter, here: The Journey: A Practical Guide to Healing Your Life and Setting Yourself Free
You can also download the first chapter from the products page of The Journey website.
But sometimes you can’t beat video! First, here’s a video of Brandon speaking:
The Journey – Brandon Bays With Lynne McTaggart:
Second, here’s a two-part video—this was what sold me on it, really. It’s called ‘The Journey – Making a Real Difference’
The Journey Team take the techniques to a wide variety of people. At the workshop we learned a fair bit about how the techniques work with children, who apparently love it (I think Brandon was trying to give us the message that if kids could do it, so could we, and also that if we approached it in a straightforward, perhaps child-like way, things would work better).
Another interesting thing is that the Journey Outreach Team are taking The Journey to people affected by the recent bushfires here in Victoria, over the next few weeks. Brandon knows all about losing your home in wildfire because she lost hers in the fires at Malibu in 1993.
It was because I wrote about the fires here that I found out about The Journey, because Suzie Cheel did a post where she relayed that people affected by the fires could attend The Journey Intensive as guests, and also linked to my post about the fires, here: Abundance Cafe February 15 2009 – and I checked out that post.
It’s strange the way things happen.
Frank and I only did this workshop a few days ago, so it is too soon to tell if we have healed ourselves of the various relatively minor ailments and issues that we felt were holding us back. But we both know with certainty that something has shifted around, and there is something new here—the grins on our faces say it all.
Comments are very welcome!