What is the Light Within trying to tell you?

You hear many voices, too many. At every turn, it seems, people are telling you what to say, what to do, even what to think. You are surrounded by a chorus of voices, and oftentimes there is an even louder chorus on the inside. The person you were a year ago, five years ago, ten years ago, twenty years ago, for example, is still inside of you. Each of these selves has a voice, an opinion on how you should or should not do things. Needless to say, there is a lot of noise that can drown out the voice of the Light Within, the Real You, which can leave you feeling confused, off-center, overwhelmed.

When working as a psychotherapist with an individual or couple, Robert always asks the same question, "What is the Light Wihin trying to tell you?" The Light Within, or the soul, a drop of Light from the Ocean of Light, expresses itself through your most evolved self, and its voice is clear, direct, gentle, and loving. If you believe in the existence of the soul, by the way, you are not alone. According to one recent poll, more than seventy percent of Americans share your belief.


What is blocking your path?

As a psychotherapist, Robert's job is to walk with you, to help you help yourself get to where you want to go. Psychotherapy is a tool that helps you to hear and listen to the voice of the Light Within. This Light, the Light you carry through the world, may be crying out for healing around an old hurt, for greater self-control over a behavior, for a more rewarding career, or for a healthier relationship. Sometimes, however, even after you recognize the path you must take, it remains blocked.

Robert helps people from all walks of life remove these obstacles from their path:

  • Addiction to alcohol, crystal meth, food, gambling, internet porn, nicotine, sex, etc.
  • Anxiety
  • Career stagnation or professional uncertainty
  • Chronic illness or pain
  • Confusion around gender identity, sexual orientation, and / or sexuality
  • Depression
  • Isolation, which prevents one from making friends or dating
  • Grief surrounding the death of a loved one or beloved pet
  • Low self-confidence or self-esteem, which causes one to create unhealthy relationship patterns
  • Loneliness
  • Loss

Breathe Deeply! You have already taken the first step in finding your psychotherapist. It would be Robert's privilege to walk with you at this point in your journey.

Take the next step:
212-961-1745
Robert@StayBlessedAndBeWell.com

983 Park Avenue (East 83rd Street and Park Avenue) New York, NY 10028
Enter on East 83rd Street, second awning from the corner, and look for his initials, RST, next to the doorbell.

Directions:
4, 5, or 6 Trains to 86th Street

May the Light you carry increase! Stay blessed and be well!

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