Can we help each other heal? Is it possible to “meet-up” and achieve positive transformation? In this episode of Light Transitions Radio, we talk with Astara Cindy Wright, who has been guiding individuals in self-supporting healing spaces to empower their own energy systems.
Astara is a life long student of Esotericism, the study of the energetic structure of the universe and of man’s place within it. This interest was triggered by out-of-body experiences (OBE) and encounters with non-physical beings at age 14. While growing up, Cindy lacked teachers to explain her experiences. So, she began searching on her own to find the answers she needed. Her curiosity led to books by spiritual masters such as Seth, Robert Monroe, Ruth Montgomery, Jeanne Dixon, and Edgar Cayce among others. Their words laid the ground work in Cindy’s pursuit for understanding. Yet, she continued to struggle with how to integrate this knowledge into her daily life.
A shift occurred in 1998, when she became a Licensed Massage Therapist. This decision started her on a path as a healer. While focused on her profession, she continued to study shamanism, herbology, energy healing, and nonphysical dimensions.
In 2003, Cindy found her true passion in Donna Eden’s Energy Medicine (EM). This led her to participate in many EM workshops as a student and teaching assistant. Here she learned to clear and balance the energy systems in the body. In 2005, she found the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT). EFT is a form of energy psychology connecting our energy system with our emotions and beliefs.
Integrating these methodologies, Cindy started teaching in earnest what she had learned. By teaching others, she recognized her gifts for healing and achieved a higher awareness of her own personal growth. She now uses these techniques on herself and teaches them in groups and private sessions. These workshops teach how to release negative emotions and limiting beliefs. She is passionate about her gifts and empowering others to use these self-healing tools in their own lives.
To find out more about Cindy’s work, go to www.waysforchange.com for a list of services and calendar of upcoming classes.