Hi, meet Sue
Born into a refugee family, Sue grew up with no sense of herself other than intellectual. She was lost and unhappy as a child, teen, and young adult. She felt disconnected from herself, her emotions, from other people, from life itself. Self-criticism was rife. She felt unlovable. While she had academic success, she was out of touch with all the other ways of knowing and understanding
Search for Meaning
Sue spent years searching for meaning, for “who I am and why I’m here”. She discovered emotions, her body, her core essential self, her purpose in life. With help, she worked hard to integrate all these aspects of her together with her academic success.
“I learned to love and to be loved, and to be increasingly loving.”
Sue had profound spiritual experiences, encountered energy healers in the Philippines, worked with Aboriginal people in Central Australia. She experienced, studied and practised several modes of energy healing, body psychotherapy and groupwork.
Through self-discovery and self-development, Sue was able to transform painful experiences into a deep understanding which she has since been able to contribute for the benefit of others.
Overcoming fear, developing relationship and other living skills, Sue was finally able to combine the intellectual with the emotional and the practical; the physical with the emotional. Through her spiritual development she came to a deep respect for the uniqueness of every individual, their beliefs and their experience.