How energy healing works


"Everything is energy and that's all there is to it. Match the frequency of the reality you want and you can't help but get that reality. It can be no other way. This isn't philosophy. This is physics." ~Albert Einstein

In my energy healing practice, I always explain how this work is so profoundly transformational and how it is grounded in a cause and effect that is scientific.  Anyone who has a familiarity with quantum physics knows that when atoms are divided and subdivided you reach a point where matter is at its smallest indivisible part.  What is fascinating is that last minute bit of energy can be in particle form, or it can be 'not there' and instead be pure energy.  What physicists know is that whether the subatomic particle exists as matter rather than as energy, known as wave form, depends upon whether it is observed.  How the particle behaves depends on the quality of the observation.


My work delves deeply into the question of, "Who in us is the observer?" We are beings made up of multiple components of consciousness or different parts.  This is a commonly understood idea.  We've all heard the term Inner Child, which is a prime example of a class of our ego's parts. We are creative beings.  What we feel, the life events about us, our health are a function of our deepest beliefs, judgments and emotions.  These are the coming from parts of us we often have lost touch with.  But these parts, many of which live perpetually in the most difficult moments we experienced in our personal history, have the greatest energetic charge that gets sent in to the quantum field.  This shapes our reality in a way that can be very different from what we think we are choosing.  To our ego, the depth of the feelings involved in our early years and the defenses and the coping mechanisms we formed then can hold a higher priority in the shaping of our current life than our present choices.


The energy healing of Conscious Transformation allows you to access these outdated judgments and transform them into new and beneficial points of view.  As the past is healed, well being in the present is experienced and new possibilities for the future unfold.

Ken Mason