Level 2 Lightworker Practitioner Training

Prerequisite:

Level 1 Lightworker Practitioner Training

 

 

 

This level of training relates to the Third Eye Consciousness. It assists us in opening our eyes to the truth of the past, present and future for ourselves and others. Skills are learned in relating to ourselves and others in functional and healthy ways. We will learn how to build healthier relationships with ourselves and our own understanding of a Higher Power. Relationship skills are provided in working with couples, children and family systems. We address unhealthy dependencies and addictions in order to assist others and ourselves to realign with the Higher Self. Mediumship skills are taught as they are seen as an extension of understanding, addressing and healing relationships at this level of consciousness.

 

 

Lessons

 

  • Participant’s Goals
  • Principle #1: Honesty
  • Lightfilled Relating with Inner & Outer Realms.
  • Relating to Higher Realms Meditation
  • Principle #2: Open-mindedness
  • ‘Wheel of Wholeness’ (WOW) Model
  • Assessment of WOW Model
  • Overview Conducting a Therapeutic Session
  • Activity – Assessment of WOW
  • Principle #3: Willingness
  • Understanding the effects of Trauma and abuse holistically
  • Past Life Regressions
  • Clearing Original Wounds Consciously
  • Activity – Clearing Original Wounds
  • Principle #4: Forgiveness
  • Lightfilled Relating with Children: Children of the new age, Addressing learning difficulties, Developmental Stages.
  • Therapeutic Interventions for children, Conducting readings with Children
  • Lightfilled parenting
  • Inner Child Therapy
  • Inner Child Meditation
  • Principle #5: Unity
  • Understanding family dynamics
  • Family Systems vs Universal Systems Therapy
  • Releasing unhealthy roles
  • Activity: Releasing Unhealthy Roles
  • Principle #6: Discipline
  • Addictions: The Addictive System, The Addictions Cycle, Addiction recovery, Types of addictions.
  • ‘Releasing Addictions Meditation’
  • Addiction Counselling
  • Practice therapeutic session
  • Principle #7: Faith
  • Unhealthy relationship dynamics: Domestic Violence, Love Addiction, Addictions and relationships
  • Fear of Abandonment
  • Activity ‘Cord Cutting and Emotional Healing for Relationships’ Meditation
  • Resolving Fear of Intimacy
  • Practice therapeutic Session
  • Principle #8: Responsibility
  • Higher Powered Relationships
  • Healthy developmental stages of relating.
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Working with Couples
  • Practice therapeutic Session
  • Principle #9: Love
  • Lightfilled Relating with the Other Side: Mediumship, Earth Bound Spirits, Entities, Soul retrieval.
  • Mediumship
  • Practice Activity
  • Resolving grief and loss
  • Activity ‘Resolving Grief and Loss’ Meditation
  • Principle #10: Wholeness
  • Gender Relationships
  • ‘Balancing Masculine & Feminine’ Activity
  • Principle #11: Joy
  • Introduction to Lightfilled Sexuality
  • Types of Vows
  • Releasing Vows of Chastity
  • Sexual Anorexia
  • Relationship Shadow Activity ‘Relationship Shadow’
  • Principle #12: Peace
  • Ethical Assessment Tools
  • Professional Development
  • Review of Goals

 

Key Learning Objectives

 

  1. Ability to conduct a therapeutic session with couples, children and families to assist them to heal emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually.
  2. Understand strategies in building healthy conscious relationships with self and others.
  3. Apply the principles of the Lightworker Practitioner in building robust practice framework.
  4. Understand ‘Mediumship’ skills as they pertain to healing relationships.
  5. Gain knowledge and skills in addressing abuse, grief and trauma.
  6. Understand and recognise Counselling Skills.
  7. Understand and recognise Holistic Drug and Alcohol Counselling Skills.
  8. Recognise the role addictions and dependencies play in relationships with self and others.
  9. Gain skills in addressing and resolving resistance and barriers in relationships.
  10. Attain knowledge and application of resolving unhealthy/abusive relationship patterns.

 

Learning Outcomes

 

  • Understand the ethical principles that underpin the Lightworker Practitioner practice framework in working with couples, families and children.
  • Apply skills in assisting client’s to connect with their higher self and spiritual resources.
  • Demonstrate reflective practice in ethical decision-making.
  • Apply the principle of ‘Honesty’ within therapeutic environment for ethical decision-making.
  • Apply the principle of ‘Open-mindedness’ within a therapeutic environment for ethical decision-making.
  • Ability to assess a client’s ability to love themselves.
  • Ability to assess a client’s ability to protect themselves.
  • Ability to assess a client’s awareness of their mental, emotional, spiritual and physical reality.
  • Ability to assess a client’s ability to care for themselves.
  • Ability to assess a client’s ability to moderate their reality.
  • Apply the principle of ‘Willingness’ within therapeutic environment for ethical decision-making.
  • Gain knowledge and skills in addressing and resolving abuse, grief and trauma.
  • Conduct a therapeutic session successfully.
  • Apply the principle of ‘Forgiveness’ within a therapeutic environment for ethical decision-making.
  • Understand the developmental stages of children.
  • Gain knowledge skills in conducting a therapeutic session with children and adults.
  • Undertake resilience-building activities for adults and children.
  • Ascertain and resolve barriers to learning in adults and children.
  • Understand the power of play therapy.
  • Understand conscious parenting.
  • Apply the principle of ‘Unity’ within a therapeutic environment for ethical decision-making.
  • Understand family dynamics and how they relate to current relationship dynamics.
  • Ability to determine and address unhealthy roles at play in relationships.
  • Apply the principle of ‘Discipline’ within a therapeutic environment for ethical decision-making.
  • Assess and provide support for addictive behavior and patterns.
  • Understand strategies for relapse prevention.
  • Apply therapeutic interventions in recovering from relapse.
  • Apply the principle of ‘Faith’ within a therapeutic environment for ethical decision-making.
  • Assist individuals and couples in resolving enmeshment in their relationships.
  • Understand and assist clients in addressing fear of abandonment issues.
  • Gain skills in confronting and supporting client’s in abusive/addictive relationship patterns.
  • Apply the principle of ‘Responsibility’ within a therapeutic environment for ethical decision-making.
  • Identify the healthy stages of a relationship.
  • Assist couple’s in increasing healthy intimacy in their relationships.
  • Gain confrontation skills in resolving conflict when working with couples.
  • Apply the principle of ‘Love’ within a therapeutic environment for ethical decision-making.
  • Apply Mediumship skills in a therapeutic context.
  • Gain skills in assisting clients to resolve grief and loss.
  • Apply the principle of ‘Wholeness’ within a therapeutic environment for ethical decision-making.
  • Identify gender issues that impact relationships.
  • Understand and apply the ethical principle of ‘Joy’ within a therapeutic environment for ethical decision-making.
  • Ability to assess the sexual health of a relationship.
  • Removing barriers to relationship integration with self and others.
  • Apply the principle of ‘Peace’ within a therapeutic environment for ethical decision-making.
  • Recognise the significance of ongoing Professional Development.
  • Recognise importance of ongoing Ethical Practice Inventory.
  • Reflective assessment of achievement of goals.