Haelan House presents this month’s meetup on Spiritual Healing from Trauma. However, you don’t have to have been traumatized to benefit from spiritual healing.
It has been said that transcending trauma through spirituality can be achieved through:
– Changing your beliefs about what spirituality is and how it can help you
– Creating healthy and positive spiritual practices to improve self-efficacy
– Utilizing the above two concepts to enhance your “Mind-Body-Spirit-Soul” connection and have a spiritual experience.
Healing trauma through spiritual practices is a transformative journey, and by trusting your own journey, you can increase your own resilience by changing mindsets through the art of Spirituality.
Join us for this month’s presentation by Barb McEntee.
Barbara (Barb) McEntee served in the US Army National Guard from 1981 to 1993, first as a generation and diesel mechanic, then as a UH-H1 Hydraulic Mechanic and Turbo Specialist, and eventually found her niche as an LPN in a Combat Support Hospital.
Since her discharge from National Guard, Barb’s spiritual pursuit of personal transformation took on a new meaning after a medical crisis in 1992 and another in 1994, both resulting in a near-death experience.
Following these experiences, her true life purpose was revealed and her internal spiritual gifts emerged in such a manner that they opened up new doors, new paradigms, and new energy modalities which were needed to pursue her purpose and calling. Barb began her transformative journey towards the healing arts by studying Zen Buddhism. Over the last 26 years, she has studied with Zen Masters, Tibetan Nun’s, Higher Vibrational Energy Shaman’s, High Priestesses, Native American Shamans, Reiki Masters, & Theta Instructors, and Cosmic Channel Mediums.
As a natural Empath & Psychic Intuitive/Mystic, Barb integrates aspects of each of these modalities with her clients. She also has over 23 years’ experience in the medical field & is now a Woman Priest, ordained in the Order of Melchizidek. In 2021, she and two other women facilitated the writing and publishing of the book, “Trauma-Informed Care: Addressing Cultural Sensitivity of Women Veterans with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder related to Military Sexual Trauma in the Veterans Healthcare System and Civilian Healthcare Systems; Nova Publishers, to help educate professionals working with women veterans in these settings. Through her work, she helps others remove barriers (both energetic and physical, emotional) while assisting her clients to find their own unique path through self-discovery and holistic healing.