Meditation and Thetahealing® in NJ


1. Is ThetaHealing®permanent, or do you have to keep saying affirmations or having sessions for it to work? 
The changes ThetaHealing® causes are permanent, and clients do not need to say affirmations or keep coming in for sessions in order to reap the full benefit of Theta work.

2. Is ThetaHealing energy work, like Reiki or polarity therapy?
ThetaHealing® does not have that much in common with these hands-on energy techniques. Theta relies more on the science of epigenetics, quantum dynamics and kinesiology, as explained on the How Does ThetaHealing® Work? page on this website. ThetaHealing® is not a hands-on energy technique; it heals by using the power of Source to change the vibrational patterns of the client’s cells, thus changing the way they feel and their patterns of thinking and behavior.

3. What are the side effects of ThetaHealing® ?
There are no side effects or risks with ThetaHealing® .

​4. Do I have to choose between getting ThetaHealing® and taking my regular medication or going to my doctor?
No. Theta works well in conjunction with regular medical treatment, and you are encouraged to use any form of healing, including Western medical doctors, therapists, etc., to achieve health. Most ThetaHealing® practitioners are not also medical doctors, thus do not give advice as to whether a client should or should not take medications. This is completely up to the client and the client’s doctor. If clients wish to reduce the dosage of a medication or decide they’d prefer to go off a med, they must work with their doctors to wean their bodies off the medication slowly. They make this decision themselves, working in conjunction with their MD. Healing comes in all different forms, including surgery, medication… and of course alternative methods.

​5. Do you use massage or any kind of healing touch during ThetaHealing® ?
No. There is barely any physical contact between the practitioner and client in these techniques. The exception is that when the practitioner uses kinesiology, or muscle response testing, she touches the finger and thumb of the client to see if their muscles are showing a strong or weak response. Also, the practitioner often asks the client permission to touch their hands while the practitioner goes into the theta brainwave, but this is not required and is completely up to the client.