The Positively Life-Changing Power of Theta Healing

June 4, 2019
A girl sitting on rocks in a serene meditative state

ZEN TIP TUESDAY #20

Today it’s my great pleasure to introduce you to Chelsey Prior.  Chelsey contacted me after Write of the Middle’s #ZTT was brought to her attention by Sammie of The Annoyed Thyroid. Thank you Sammie!  Chelsey is a Sydney based Meditation Coach and Theta Healing Practitioner.  Never heard of Theta Healing?  Neither had I, but I was very interested to learn more, and that is exactly what Chelsey is doing for us today.  She is letting us know what Theta Healing is and what benefits it can bring to us.  She even shares her own story and how Theta Healing helped her.  You can learn more about what Chelsey does and where to connect with her at her Bio at the end of this post.  Enjoy the read!

If you’re joining us for ZTT Link-Up #018 – welcome and I look forward to reading your post!  Please note that the ZTT Link-up hasn’t had the interest and uptake that I had hoped for so I’ve decided to cease it.  The last link-up will be ZTT #020 on Tuesday 18 June 2019.


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Photography by Monica Pronk Photography ©

Create positive life-changes and start living the life you dream of with the natural healing modality, Theta Healing.

Firstly, thank you Min for so warmly welcoming me to be a part of Zen Tip Tuesday, and to Sammie from The Annoyed Thyroid for bringing us together. It’s so nice to connect over what brings us all Zen! Naturally, the first things to come to mind when I thought of what brings me Zen were meditation, yoga and Theta Healing. These 3 practices have been pivotal in my health and wellbeing journey. My passion lies in helping others to use natural methods for living healthy, happy and whole lives so it brings me so much joy to share a natural healing modality that may be new to some of you – Theta Healing.

What Is Theta Healing?

Our lives are shaped by the energy of our thoughts, words and actions. Every choice and experience you have had, has led to where you are, right now. Whether or not we are creating consciously or unconsciously, we are always creating our reality!

The good news is that we can make positive changes in our lives through our belief systems, using our higher consciousness to identify, clear and reset our beliefs. When we change the way we think, we literally change our lives.

Theta Healing is a natural healing modality that uses a simple yet powerful meditation technique that allows you to go into a Theta state where we can consciously clear limiting beliefs and instil positive beliefs. Beliefs are tested using Applied Kinesiology (muscle testing) and after a belief is changed tested again to ensure the positive shift.

Limiting beliefs such as:

“I need more money”

“I don’t have enough time”

“I am unwell”

“I am not a Zen person”

can be upgraded to:

“I always have an abundance of money”

“I have plenty of time”

“I am healthy, strong and radiant”

“I am Zen”

and in turn, begin to make changes in your life instantly and effortlessly.

In fact, Theta Healing can be helpful and bring Zen to every area of life.

Benefits of Theta Healing

  • Positive feelings such as happiness, radiance, freedom, inspiration, empowerment
  • Improved health
  • Weight loss
  • Reduced stress
  • Resolve childhood trauma
  • Career success
  • Wealth
  • Fulfilling relationships
  • Improved self-esteem
  • Finding and living your life purpose

How Theta Healing Changed My Life

When my Mum was diagnosed with Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer on New Years Day 2017 I became her primary carer. I took care of her doctor’s appointments, chemotherapy and radiation sessions and when I wasn’t working I spent my free time exploring natural healing modalities to help her heal holistically. We tried every fresh cold-pressed juice under the sun, practiced yoga together and meditated through chemo sessions and sleepless nights. She did counselling, began using an infrared sauna and even considered flying abroad to try IV vitamin drips.

For me, the stress of juggling my life and hers began to build and a few months later my usual positive outlook became clouded. Feelings of helplessness began to arise as my Mum’s condition worsened. I worried about what would happen and felt exhausted. That’s when Theta Healing popped up in my life following a number of serendipitous events. It was relaxing, releasing and completely empowering. My practitioner was warm and supportive and created a space for me to be held while I healed and evolved. She helped me to identify and clear negative beliefs and in its place create positive beliefs. I began feeling lighter and more hopeful immediately, it was amazing! The more I practiced, the more positive changes happened in my life. I won a scholarship to study Meditation Therapy and Holistic Counselling and began work that was more aligned with my truth. Difficulties still came up and my Mum’s condition continued to get worse however through meditation, yoga and Theta Healing I was given an anchor and was better able to navigate through the storms.

It’s been 2 years since I discovered Theta Healing and it continues to help shape my life for the better. My passion for holistic healing guided me to study Theta Healing and I now hold space for others on their healing journeys as a Theta Healing practitioner.

If you would like to create positive changes to your mind, your health, your life – naturally, Theta Healing may bring you the gift of Zen.


A girl sitting on rocks in a serene meditative state

© Monica Pronk Photography

CHELSEY PRIOR

Chelsey is a Sydney based Meditation Coach and Theta Healing Practitioner.

With a passion for holistic healing, health and wellbeing, Chelsey shares her love for natural living with a fun and simplistic approach so it can benefit the lives of others the way it has positively changed her life.

Here’s where you can connect with Chelsey:

WEBSITE  |  FACEBOOK  |  INSTAGRAM  |  EMAIL


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19 Comments

  • Reply Chelsey @ The Heartspace Connect June 4, 2019 at 8:34 am

    Thanks for having me Min!

    • Reply Min June 4, 2019 at 9:23 am

      It’s my pleasure Chelsey! Thank you so much for taking the time to contribute to the #ZTT series. xo

  • Reply Denyse Whelan June 4, 2019 at 9:04 am

    So good to read about Chelsey’s story. I do think there is a lot I have learned in my latter years about the mind body connection.
    Thank you Min.

    Denyse x

    • Reply Min June 4, 2019 at 9:27 am

      I’m always learning Denyse and I’m fascinated by the mind, body, soul connection and ways to help bring some balance! 🙂 xo

  • Reply Lydia C. Lee June 4, 2019 at 9:17 am

    Intellectually I don’t really believe this and yet you do hear of cases where this somehow has worked wonders, so I can’t entirely discount it. I do think the mind can really ‘manage’ situations for us, especially those we can’t change. I do think if you can’t disprove the stats, then you have to give it some credence. #ZTT

    • Reply Min June 4, 2019 at 9:26 am

      There’s definitely a mind, body, soul connection I think Lydia. I like to have an open mind and am always willing to try new things. I think the mind has so much affect on our whole wellbeing! 🙂

    • Reply Denyse Whelan June 4, 2019 at 4:09 pm

      Oh Lydia, how much I now have to shut off my thinking brain ….and only because I now know. from my experience, that not everything can be understood intellectually. Even if I do not know how else things happen. An example from my recent life. As a very new head and neck cancer patient, I could ‘feel’ a difference in Chris O’Brien Lifehouse when I went there 24 hours after diagnosis in May 2017. Sure it was scary but there was a presence of calm and over all care for the whole patient. Yesterday I spoke to Gail O’Brien about it at Chris O’Brien’s legacy talks and she knew what I meant.

  • Reply Erica/Erika June 5, 2019 at 10:09 am

    Hi Min. Thank you for introducing me to Chelsey. I have not heard about Theta healing until now. I like the phrase “created a space for me.” A very interesting post:) Erica #MLSTL (shared SM)

    • Reply Min June 5, 2019 at 3:56 pm

      Hi Erica! I had never heard of Theta healing before either but it sounds fascinating! I love learning of new things! 🙂

  • Reply Joanne Tracey June 5, 2019 at 10:36 am

    I’ve never heard of theta healing before, but the mind body soul connection makes sense to me. I love how Chelsey said it gave her an anchor at a time when she really needed one. Thanks for introducing us to Chelsey. Visiting from #MTSTL

    • Reply Min June 5, 2019 at 3:57 pm

      The mind, body, soul connection makes sense to me too Jo. I love learning of new things like this. I find it all fascinating! 🙂

  • Reply Leanne | www.crestingthehill.com.au June 5, 2019 at 7:51 pm

    Chelsey, I’ve never heard of Theta healing (except that it sounds like something from the Church of Scientology!) It seems like a very Zen and a positive way to interpret life – both great approaches and I’m so happy they’re working for you. Thanks for explaining the concept and sharing it with us.
    Hi Min – thanks for linking up with us at MLSTL and I’ve shared on my SM 🙂

    • Reply Min June 6, 2019 at 3:43 pm

      It seems that many of us have never heard of Theta healing before, Leanne. I love learning of new therapies and healing approaches. I find this area fascinating and it’s so nice it helped Chelsey during a very difficult time and now she’s helping others using the same methods. 🙂

  • Reply Lorraine June 5, 2019 at 9:24 pm

    I haven’t heard of Theta Healing but I think positive thinking and changing your thought patterns can help mind and body. This is really interesting, thanks for sharing it. I’ll put it on my thisfiftysomethinglife facebook page, very relevant I think.
    #MLSTL

    • Reply Min June 6, 2019 at 3:45 pm

      I agree Lorraine. You’re not just what you eat, you’re what you think too! So, positive thinking and changing negative thought patterns to positive ones will be beneficial to all aspects of self I would think! Thank you for sharing the post! 🙂

  • Reply Sue from Sizzling Towards 60 & Beyond June 6, 2019 at 8:32 am

    It really is about our mindset isn’t it Chelsey and Min. Thanks Min for another interesting story and information on bringing Zen into our lives. There are many therapies out there that I’ve never heard of including Theta Healing so I’ve learned something new today. Thanks for sharing at #MLSTL and have a great week. xx

    • Reply Min June 6, 2019 at 3:51 pm

      I’ve learned something new too Sue, as I hadn’t heard of Theta Healing before either. I love learning new things! 🙂 xo

  • Reply Jennifer June 7, 2019 at 9:39 pm

    Thanks for sharing this. There is a connection between the mind and the body and we need all the help we can get in learning how to bring positive thoughts into our life. The phrase “seek and ye shall find” comes to mind. If your outlook is negative then you’ll find the negative as a way to reinforce your thinking. If your outlook is positive, you’ll see the positive.

    • Reply Min June 10, 2019 at 12:15 pm

      I totally agree with every word you said Jennifer!

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