Finishing a Session
During your practice, you will experience clients that may do any of the following and more: take a long time to come around from their trance state feeling deeply relaxed; spring up before the last strike has sounded, energised and raring to go; want to talk; not want to talk. You will have to lean into your intuition for how best to judge the response person to person. It’s not a one rule fits all practice – which is what makes it such an incredible practice!
Some points to remember:
- Perform closing prayers/gratitude to the universal forces for the healing and the client. Seal your intention.
- Don’t rush the client to sit up, talk or leave.
- Don’t force the client to speak. A LOT can happen whilst in a trance-like state that they may have to process upon waking. Emotions and tensions may surface that they may not have faced in a long time or even ever. They will need time to download the information, plus some people won’t want to talk about it because they’re embarrassed, unsure or until they understand it themselves.
- Offer your client water whilst they’re still sitting down. Most of the time, people are very thirsty immediately after the session and it will also help with their grounding and coming back into their senses.
- You can debrief your clients and communicate what messages or intuitions you received, plus what happened during the session for both of you. Be mindful that some clients are not willing to share or discuss. Some clients will take time to come out of a session, depending on how deep they go.
- Whatever has been released during the session, speak and share in the past tense as the energies have been liberated and let go.
- If the client still feels like they’re floating as they are walking out, make sure they ground themselves before leaving using transportation. Use deep breaths, bare feet on the earth, a light snack, gentle movements to the body etc.
- Names, healings and all sessions are highly confidential. Find the right ethic for your practice.
- Follow up with your client by email 1—3 days after the session to offer support if and where needed.
- You may have downloads from the session too. If it is right to communicate this to your client (ask for guidance if you’re unsure), write it down for the next session or email them to let them know.