Viewing posts from: January 2008

The Effects of Past Traumas

by Ros Kitson

01 18, 2008 | Posted in Uncategorized | 0 comments

I've had a really bad week this week (not a great start to a blog, you might think). A really irritating but fairly little problem last week sent me into a complete state of... well I can only describe it as uselessness. I spent the week completely unable to focus and just kept falling asleep. Well as a self-employed businesswoman, I realised that this was completely unacceptable to my current lifestyle, so I duly addressed the problem, like any good therapist, with a session of kinesiology. This proved extremely successful in re-connecting me with my life again, but it was also interesting where the problem had come from. I'd thought (as I often do) that I'd dealt with this event, but the session I had yesterday made me realise that there was yet another aspect which had come from it that had been left undiscovered up till now. Seemingly small incidents from our past can have a big effect on our present lives without us realising where the issue came from. Protection mechanisms put in place at the time of the original stressor remain even though conscious memory of the event may fade. And because we put them in place for a good reason, we often find it's difficult to let them go. However, yet again, kinesiology has gently found a way to identify and clear the problem.

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New Course

by Ros Kitson

01 09, 2008 | Posted in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Hi I'm currently very excited because yesterday I enrolled on my first Advanced Face Reading Training Course. This is run by Naomi Tickle of Institiute of Personology in America and author of "You Can Read a Face Like A Book". Hopefully this will enhance my knowledge of the subject and enable me to provide an even better service to my clients. Face Reading is not new. The link between our facial structure and our behaviour patterns has been acknowledged as far back as the ancient civilizations of the Chinese, Greeks, Egyptians to name a few. As we inherit our faces from our parents, so we inherit certain traits from them too. Over the years various people have tried to formalise these, including a Judge from California in the 1930s. After doing statistical research on the traits he found, he set up the system now called Personology. It is indeed the most comprehensive and accurate system used today.

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Introductions

by Ros Kitson

01 07, 2008 | Posted in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Hi everyone, Well ... anyone actually. Seeing as this is my first blogg and I've only just created it, I've no idea whether anyone will find it that quickly. So as a first entry, I thought I'd introduce myself. I'm a Holistic Therapist which means that I work with people to help them be rid of their emotional baggage - you know, the stuff which holds us back from being the great people we are. I mainly use a fantastic therapy called kinesiology which dialogues with the body to idenitfy and remove the root causes of the emotional problem - gently! However, I'm not one to sit around and do the same thing my whole life so, since setting up in business practising my kinesiology, I've also diversified into Face Reading (aka Personology) and set up a natural beauty products business called Naked Beauty. More on all this later... I have a great interest in all natural health issues and am very opinionated (although, I admit, not always right) and am very excited about having my own blog.

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