Gail Walter

Gail Walter

Gail has been practicing energy therapy since recovering from a serious illness that kept her in bed for almost ten years. The force of the experience propelled her into a focused investigation into the nature of healing. Her process uses a blend of energetic modalities to release emotional trauma trapped in cellular memory.

This method is particularly effective with persistent anxiety, depression and confusion that are typically unresponsive to traditional cognitive therapies. Operating on a level where intellectual understanding is not a prerequisite, it addresses essential core issues often deeply buried in the subconscious. This therapeutic process plays an increasingly important role in supplementing traditional psychotherapy by addressing the key somatic and energetic aspects of the healing process.

We experience freedom in direct proportion to our ability to take responsibility for ourselves. The true meaning of responsibility is a beautiful one. It is the capacity to respond appropriately in each moment. We can only do this when we see clearly and we cannot see clearly until we understand how we work. It is a radical way to live. We are on the spot each moment. We can’t afford to numb ourselves.

Energy therapy gives us back to ourselves. It is the beginning of an extraordinary love affair. We learn who we really are. It is like coming home. When you begin to see yourself clearly it is easier to care for yourself. When you care for yourself it becomes possible to care, really care, for others. It’s how we make a better world, it’s how we fall in love.

Gail has been practicing energy therapy since recovering from a serious illness that kept her in bed for almost ten years. The force of the experience propelled her into a focused investigation into the nature of healing. Her process uses a blend of energetic modalities to release emotional trauma trapped in cellular memory.

This method is particularly effective with persistent anxiety, depression and confusion that are typically unresponsive to traditional cognitive therapies. Operating on a level where intellectual understanding is not a prerequisite, it addresses essential core issues often deeply buried in the subconscious. This therapeutic process plays an increasingly important role in supplementing traditional psychotherapy by addressing the key somatic and energetic aspects of the healing process.

We experience freedom in direct proportion to our ability to take responsibility for ourselves. The true meaning of responsibility is a beautiful one. It is the capacity to respond appropriately in each moment. We can only do this when we see clearly and we cannot see clearly until we understand how we work. It is a radical way to live. We are on the spot each moment. We can’t afford to numb ourselves.

Energy therapy gives us back to ourselves. It is the beginning of an extraordinary love affair. We learn who we really are. It is like coming home. When you begin to see yourself clearly it is easier to care for yourself. When you care for yourself it becomes possible to care, really care, for others. It’s how we make a better world, it’s how we fall in love.

Gail Walter can be reached at 303-579-4456, www.BoulderEnergyTherapy.com