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Private practice for life issues counseling with the approach to blend together humanistic psychology with spirituality, ancient multicultural folkways and shamanism.
My name is Lilianna Heitmann, and I am a licensed professional counselor.
I work with men and women of all ages and from different areas of life. I have supported clients involving a wide range of emotional struggles e.g low self confidence and self esteem, depression, anxiety, bereavement, anger, social isolation, ageing, relationship issues, struggles arising from chronic illness/conditions, work-related stress, separation, divorce and trauma.
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Although the Danish philosopher Kierkegaard claimed that modern age was lacking in passion, perhaps we are not so much lacking passion as squandering it, by failing to understand its true nature and thus failing to channel it in a direction that can bring true satisfaction.
Passion can take two different forms. In its initial upsurge it radiates energy and fire, lifting us out of ourselves and generating powerful, fresh inspiration. Yet it can also be a force that leads us down into addiction and delusion. We can easily become obsessed and emotionally enslaved by the object of our passion. This can happen both with worldly passion - a temporal love affair - or with spiritual passion - attachment to a spiritual teacher or teaching. Passion can either uplift us or drag us down into obsession or self-destruction.
These divergent views of passion reflect an inner division between the two sides of our nature; between heaven - the expansive, visionary side - and earth - the sensuous, concrete, grounded side. Glorifying and inflating passion is a way of trying to rise above our earthly nature and the sorrows and limitations of worldly life. Yet this emphasis on heaven at the expense of earth makes passion manic, ungrounded. On the other hand, denigrating passion, condemning it as a primitive instinct that will deplete or destroy us, leads to depression. For when we deny or suppress our passion, we loose touch with our expansive, heavenly nature as well. Our spirit can no longer soar, and we loose our inspiration.
When we come upon a spring meadow carpeted with wildflowers, and out of our mouths springs the primordial sound:"Ahhh!" We exchange glances with someone who is beautiful: Ahhh! We hear the words of a spiritual teacher that strike us to the core: Ahhh! When something pierces us like this, passion arises and takes our breath away. - Passion is an immediate resonance with life - the life inside us connecting with the life outside.
When you rest in quietness and your image of yourself fades, and your image of the world fades, and your ideas of others fade, what's left? A brightness, a radiant emptiness that is simply what you are.