Metaphysical Healing

Stress & Trauma Recovery

The Metaphysical Anatomy Technique is a patented system used for identifying and releasing unresolved trauma and stress. Without reliving any traumatic events guided sessions allow you to understand the areas that need addressing. Through my methods of  alignment and the healing collaboration between the practitioner and the client, stress cycles can finally close. I help to create a dialogue between the clients and the root issues of the stress or trauma to complete unresolved cycles that are fueling imbalance, pain, illness or repeated undesired experiences. Subsequently, a wholeness is re-established along with neutrality in the mind, body and soul.

“The philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche said, “That which doesn’t kill us makes us stronger.” I personally do not agree with this statement. It depends on how a person reacts to the trauma after surviving it. Trauma does not necessarily make a person stronger. It can cause a person to be less sensitive to future trauma… What some people perceive as “being strong” is actually someone’s ability to dissociate, avoiding and resisting dealing with their trauma.”

  • Evette Rose, author and founder of Metaphysical Anatomy Technique
A shamanistic guide in the holographic field of human consciousness. 

The art of healing through non-allopathic methods is long-standing, valid and steeped in ancient traditions. The healing sessions with Maya Michelle involve  a combination of modalities that each recognize the mindbody’s essential need to find harmony by completing all trauma cycles for peaceful and fluid existence. Trauma cycles can manifest and be described in many ways…

  • Primary/Direct Trauma
  • Inter-generational Trauma
  • Familial Dysfunction Trauma
  • Social-Cultural Trauma
  • Racial Trauma
  • Womb Trauma
  • Collective Trauma
  • Ancestral Trauma
  • Secondary/Vicarious Trauma
  • Parental Wound Trauma

When the body and mind are laden with unresolved stress, physical and mental imbalances can manifest. We also may endure unpleasant repeated life experiences. Stress wounds and related symptoms can form due to an inability to fully process traumatic events that were witnessed or directly experienced.  These symptoms and imbalances can even appear in the body as chronic pain or patterns, as the body attempts to find relief and reestablish a sense of safety, harmony and control. What are you suffering from, that seems irregular, unwarranted, or doesn’t seem to want to heal?

  • Joint pains 
  • Repetitive injuries to the same body part
  • Insomnia
  • Mood Swings
  • Incessant Crying
  • Addictions
  • Obsessive Behaviors
  • Skin problems
  • Psoriasis
  • Back pain
  • Digestive discomforts and diseases
  • Ear, Nose, Throat pain and illnesses
  • Vaginal problems
  • Weight problems
  • Prostate issues
  • Asthma

The list of chronic pains and illnesses we manifest, resulting from stagnant stress and trauma ladening the mind-body-soul is endless. With metaphysical anatomy sessions these imbalances can be corrected and healed. How? By locating, identifying and releasing obstructions and kinks in the mind-body-soul system to restore healthy equilibrium and alignment. With the goal of creating peace, neutrality, and connection, these sessions reveal the possibilities for expressions of optimum health and highest human potential.

Trauma in Families and Chronic Pain
Unfortunately, it is still very common to carry trauma wounds and dysfunction from any number of circumstances that we either directly lived through first hand, or that we experienced it vicariously by witnessing as others suffered. It’s also common to have absorbed traumatic imprinting through our mother’s womb as she endured any distress or suffering, or to inherit trauma through ancestral DNA. For example, there may be unexpressed rage or resentment due to injustices, or there may exist a deep grief for losses that can never be recovered.
 
Trapped Emotions
Emotional expression is natural. It is a fundamental part of the human experience. Emotional suppression is unnatural. It is a learned, patterned behavior, that can lead to perpetuated states of distress. Trapping emotions can also lead to  mental and social disorders, or abusive behaviors disguised as culture or family tradition. When’s an emotion is left unprocessed and unattended it can develop into  chronic stress or trauma. Sometimes trauma is enveloped in emotional fabric that is so complex, that it is unseen. For example, traumas can be wrapped in shame or unworthiness, the deep sense of being wrong or undeserving. Or trauma can be buried beneath layers of abandonment, betrayal or powerlessness. When stressful and traumatic experiences are not metabolized, they can be triggered unknowingly and can wreak havoc in our physical bodies, as well as foster dysfunctional relationships in our families and communities. 
 

Repressed trauma can masquerade in our lives as another problems, for example, showing up as repetitive unpleasant events or as chronic pain and suffering. It can appear as strong and impervious, but can damage use in our inability to connect with others in our relationships. It is important that we heal trauma wounds and metabolize repressed emotions. By doing so, we not only make life easier and enjoyable for ourselves, but we also create possibilities for ease and joy and true connection in our relationships.

When Healing Needs a Competent Witness

It is natural to seek solutions autonomously. Society is constantly telling us what we can and should be processing and releasing easily. We are both directly and indirectly told how long it should take to grieve, and encouraged to contain it. With these culture guides, it’s no wonder we often try to heal alone in private. We need our sanity, and sometimes the best place to feel relatively at ease and safe is when we are alone. We may often use mind body therapies like marital arts disciplines or yoga to access painful emotional points in the body and to process. But sometimes this just isn’t enough.

When well-intentioned friends and family try to help us “get over it” or insist we just “let it go” or try to make us focus on how “trauma made us better or stronger” these seemingly positive attitudes can actually create deeper levels of stress and be further traumatizing. Very often surviving emotional stress and living through trauma can be eviscerating, it can hollow us out, whittle us down and wipe us out. That’s okay. It’s a normal response to trauma. It is not a weakness to acknowledge this. To feel depleted, confused, overwhelmed, helpless, unable to get it together, disoriented, chronic illness, these are only a few outcomes from surviving trauma and long-endured stress. Sometimes we need a qualified coach or therapist to help us to heal. We must find a safe and competent witness to help us process an unresolved pain. Competency and safety are keys to prevent retraumatization.

Healing from trauma and suffering is different for everyone. And sometimes our families or cultural support systems are inadequate or unhelpful. It is true that we may appear better or stronger after surviving a traumatic event. But this improvement or strength isn’t because of the trauma, rather it is in spite of it. It is not always up to us to understand the pathways, tools and requirements to heal. Sometimes we need professional assistance. Sometimes we must accept the witnessing and support of a safe and competent healer, coach or therapist.

Testimonial

I didn’t know what to expect nor even what I was looking to get out of the sessions but from our first interaction the most incredible shifts started happening to me. Maya Michelle helped me clear a space in my life to live more powerfully and to listen to my inner self and trust my journey. I had deep rooted trauma not only from my childhood, but also generational trauma. I had actually been working in my trauma pain for years. It never felt like I was going deep enough. Being introduced to Maya, wow. There was instant beautiful connection. She creates a space that makes me feel comfortable, that honors my intuition, and allows for my authentic heart to expand gently.    

  • Teresa, Melbourne
Trauma, Suffering and PTSD

Given that the majority of humans today have inherited trauma and grown up in dysfunctional homes and societies, we actually have an unrealistic sense of how safe we are in this world. This isn’t a statement to be criticized or judged. It’s a mental state that facilitates our hope and our survival. Empowerment and growth comes when we have awareness of all of our unconscious beliefs, even the ones that are seemingly hopeful and helpful.

Trauma creates suffering. However the recognition and processing of our states of suffering can lead us to growth and change. Every trauma is different and everyone recovers differently from traumatic experiences. We all have unique reactions. As such, our survival from different traumatic experiences vary and is dependent upon our individual reactions to trauma.

It is natural to dissociate during traumatic experiences.  This is another mechanism for survival. We delay our experience of suffering, channeling all our concentration and powers to survive the traumatic experience. But at a later time, when it is safe, we must find the space to process the emotional suffering that was avoided during the time of trauma.

Our traumatic experiences can have a life cycle that ends if we allow for the complete process and completion of them. There is Life Before the Trauma, the Traumatic Event, and Life After the Trauma.  During the period of trauma it is natural to dissociate from the body and our emotions in order to survive the horrific circumstances. During the period after the trauma, it is common to develop symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Though it is called a disorder, there is nothing disordered about it. Again, it is a natural consequence to living and managing through a traumatic event. It is how we navigate back to order. However, if we do not find the time and the safe space for the emotional processing, then we risk developing and prolonging PTSD during the period of life after the traumatic event. The avoidance of trauma processing can create and prolong PTSD. But instead of suffering years with PTSD, with the right tools, safety and competency, it is possible to move into states of Post Traumatic Growth.


Trauma and Resilience

Resilience is often defined as our ability to recover quickly from difficulty. But the reality is that there is no race. This is not a competition. The amount of time it takes is what it is, not an aspect to be measured. And yet, resilience is often used to measure and define how tough a person is. But sometimes it is not toughness, but rather a softness that is needed for a wound to heal. Resilience is often described as an ability to spring back into functioning shape, after a traumatic event, for better or worse. But it is also natural that we are never exactly the same again after a traumatic event. It is natural that many people are never the same again after enduring trauma. And that’s okay.

Resilience can falsely appear as emotional strength. It can appear as social cohesiveness and joy, when inside we actual feel deep isolation and pain. We do not have identical bodies, nervous systems or life circumstances so our responses even to seemingly identical trauma will be different. For one person appearing superficially strong may seem resilient, when truthfully below the surface they are frying the autonomic nervous system with the instinctive responses of fight or flight constantly and fully engaged.

Everyone has different levels and manifestations of resilience.

No one can dictate how another person should process trauma.

We all process traumatic events, even similar traumas, differently.

Trauma and Resilience

Resilience is often defined as our ability to recover quickly from difficulty. But the reality is that there is no race. This is not a competition. The amount of time it takes is what it is, not an aspect to be measured. And yet, resilience is often used to measure and define how tough a person is. But sometimes it is not toughness, but rather a softness that is needed for a wound to heal. Resilience is often described as an ability to spring back into functioning shape, after a traumatic event, for better or worse. But it is also natural that we are never exactly the same again after a traumatic event. It is natural that many people are never the same again after enduring trauma. And that’s okay.

Resilience can falsely appear as emotional strength. It can appear as social cohesiveness and joy, when inside we actual feel deep isolation and pain. We do not have identical bodies, nervous systems or life circumstances so our responses even to seemingly identical trauma will be different. For one person appearing superficially strong may seem resilient, when truthfully below the surface they are frying the autonomic nervous system with the instinctive responses of fight or flight constantly and fully engaged.

Everyone has different levels and manifestations of resilience.
We all process traumatic events, even similar traumas, differently.

Suffering is a natural consequence  of trauma.

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It is not the trauma that makes us stronger, but rather it is our power to heal from suffering that makes us stronger.

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Suffering is NOT a prerequisite for growth.

 

 

During the experience of trauma our ability to dissociate is a gift. But prolonged avoidance of emotional processing can create havoc on the mind, body and soul. Unprocessed trauma is connected with chronic illnesses and pains, and can create further undo stress and addictive behaviors. PTSD doesn’t have to be a permanent label for existence. Trauma recovery is possible with opportunity, support and a safe space where we can rebuild stronger versions of ourselves.

And while suffering is a natural consequence of trauma and growth can arise after processing a traumatic event, it is important to know that suffering is not prerequisite for growth, and that it is not the actual trauma that makes us stronger, but rather it was our power to heal from it. We absolutely do not need to suffer to grow. In fact, we thrive and grow quite splendidly when we are supported, encouraged and nourished. The truth is that being supported, encouraged and nourished are the conditions in which Post Traumatic Growth can occur. I have often witnessed great resilience in relationships where there is support and encouragement and emotional competence. When we develop greater awareness and emotional competency in our communities we become a part of this growth. We can develop more compassion, sympathy and empathy for others.

With our own clear and healthy levels of resilience, encouragement and support we can move into Post Traumatic Growth. We can grow from the traumatic experience, and even use the experience to pave the way for forward expansion.

During the experience of trauma our ability to dissociate is a gift. But prolonged avoidance of emotional processing can create havoc on the mind, body and soul. Unprocessed trauma is connected with chronic illnesses and pains, and can create further undo stress and addictive behaviors. PTSD doesn’t have to be a permanent label for existence. Trauma recovery is possible with opportunity, support and a safe space where we can rebuild stronger versions of ourselves.

And while suffering is a natural consequence of trauma and growth can arise after processing a traumatic event, it is important to know that suffering is not prerequisite for growth, and that it is not the actual trauma that makes us stronger, but rather it was our power to heal from it. We absolutely do not need to suffer to grow. In fact, we thrive and grow quite splendidly when we are supported, encouraged and nourished. The truth is that being supported, encouraged and nourished are the conditions in which Post Traumatic Growth can occur. I have often witnessed great resilience in relationships where there is support and encouragement and emotional competence. When we develop greater awareness and emotional competency in our communities we become a part of this growth. We can develop more compassion, sympathy and empathy for others.

With our own clear and healthy levels of resilience, encouragement and support we can move into Post Traumatic Growth. We can grow from the traumatic experience, and even use the experience to pave the way for forward expansion.

Testimonials

Wow, connecting with Maya Michelle was amazing! I’ve never felt sensations like this before. It was like fireworks in my body. My whole body felt warm and alive, almost like I was levitating! After my sessions with her, I always feel more productive, have clearer vision, and I feel reconnected with my Higher Self, knowing it has the best intentions for me, and all I need to do is ask. Life just seems easier.

  • Jess, Sydney


Maya Michelle has helped me understand and connect deeply with many things occurring in my life, whether it was mind, body or spirit related. I’m grateful each chance I get to connect with her knowledge and clarity.    

  • Lisa, Hamburg
Real Superheroes

Indeed there are situations when the suppression of the emotional or trauma reaction is paramount for survival. However the indefinite suppression of stress and trauma is not signs of health or strength, but rather it is a sign of functioning in a highly dysfunctional situation. Similarly the habitual repression of emotional distress and trauma is an unconscious, corrosive behavior. Recognizing or creating a safe space to heal trauma wounds is healthy and important for human growth, mental health and survival. All too often I’ve witnessed both in myself and others how unconscious and repressed energy patterns can destroy relationships and cripple bodies. We all have a responsibility to make this world a better place, and that starts with individual action and healing. Many times we cannot expect to rely on our loved ones to witness and heal these unattended wounds. We must instead find professionals to hold safe and neutral zones for our processing and relief.

Healing Sessions

Your healing sessions with Maya Michelle will help you move into Post Traumatic Growth without continually reliving the trauma experience or without feeling continued echoes of an experience you cannot remember or that may have affected an ancestor, but still vibrates within you system. Yes, the traumatic events happened. You will carefully and safely witness and process them and then decide what you want to be, how you will use the experience for your highest good. 

It’s possible to do direct or distance healing sessions. To prepare for a session, you want to prepare a quiet, safe space where you won’t be disturbed, and where you can move about and stretch or make noise with full liberty. There is no typical session, but generally the healing takes about an hour and is comprised in four parts:

1) gaining permission & understanding the healing technology

2) discovery of the problem

3) healing application

4) reassessment & integration

The most important preparation for your session is to hold it in a place where you feel calm, and where you will not be interrupted. It is good to wait a couple hours after a heavy meal, as excessive fullness can interfere with perception and integration. It is also good, though not essential, to have some comforting items present for the session, like a place to lie down or rest the back, tissues, water, incense, soft light.

Testimonial

Maya Michelle made me feel comfortable and safe throughout the session, despite assessing my own personal issues in a method with which I had no experience. The result of the work with Maya is beyond words for me. The work is subtle but deep. I’m a believer in its abilities to heal blocks and restore one to a more natural state on many levels. I highly recommend Maya’s energy healing session. She has a warm and healing presence, along with professionalism and an obvious passion for her work. She is accommodating, attentive and very receptive in her sessions. She certainly met me in my commitment to healing and growth.   

  • Max, Ohio
Testimonial

Maya guides me and compassionately works through and nurtures all areas together. This has allowed me to finally move forward without any resistance. The white light energy work she uses is so powerful in assisting in healing the deepest most hidden blockages and I felt safe as we did so. Maya genuinely cares and is complete non-judgemental. I always feel safe, inspired and gently encouraged during the sessions. Maya is patient and comes from a heart-centered, magical soul place. I’m so grateful to be able to work with this amazing woman I’d recommend her to anyone who is ready to clear the blocks and heal traumas to move forward powerfully in their life.   

  • Danniele, Melbourne
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Relevant Certifications & Trainings

2020 Trauma Release Teacher-Trainer. METAPHYSICAL ANATOMY PROCESS with Evette Rose. BALI, INDONESIA

2015 Trauma Release Practitioner Levels 1 & 2. METAPHYSICAL ANATOMY PROCESS with Evette Rose. BALI, INDONESIA

2014 Guided Soul Journeys, Healing, Meditation & Sacred Balinese Ceremony. SOURCE AWAKENING with Errol Campbell. BALI, INDONESIA

2013 First Degree Initiation, Usui System of Reiki. USUI REIKI UNIVERSAL LIFE ENERGY with Cat Wheeler. BALI, INDONESIA

2010 Master Life Coach. SUCCESS NLP & HYPNOSIS ACADEMY with Roy Martina, MD. AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS

2010 Neurolinguistic Programming and Hypnotherapy. SUCCESS NLP & HYPNOSIS ACADEMY with Roy Martina, MD. AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS

2007-2008 Network Spinal Analysis Therapy with Daniel Blewitt, D.C. MILAN, ITALY

1995 Communication Studies & Performance Studies, Bachelor of Science. NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY, EVANSTON, IL, USA

1992 Counseling Victims of Sexual Assault. SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT SUPPORT TRAINING with Jamie Jimenez. NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY CHICAGO, IL, USA