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About

A human being is part of the whole, called by us ‘universe’, a part limited in time and space. He experiences his thoughts and feelings as something separate from the rest – a kind of optical delusion of his consciousness. This delusion is a kind of prison for us, restricting us to our personal decisions and to affection for a few persons nearest us. Our task must be to free ourselves from this prison by widening our circle of compassion to embrace all living creatures and the whole of nature in its beauty.    - Albert Einstein


About Sacred Intuitive Healing   |   About Eve Soldinger


About Sacred Intuitive Healing

There is a spirit to honor in all things. Whether we focus on the birds above or the ground beneath our feet, we can find the divine spark of light, love, or God in all that is. Through acknowledging this light and love we come into a more sacred connection with the world. A calm and still state of being arises as we embody more of our original nature or true essence, reflecting the divine in our relationships with the earth and each other.

In Sacred Intuitive Healing, Eve Soldinger uses her healing and intuitive skills to bring each person into alignment with his or her source, to what is true and sacred. This healing work addresses physical, emotional and spiritual struggles by working with the subtle energy body and the soul.

The subtle energy body is an electro-magnetic representation of who we are. It is reflected in all that goes on inside the organs of each of us, as well as in our muscles, psyche, and soul. In a Sacred Intuitive Healing session, we release anything that keeps you from experiencing yourself with the joy and happiness you seek.

Working on the energy field is possible from a distance without meeting in person or knowing one another in advance. We are all connected through infinite time and space. This work aligns the soul and the energy body, moving each person toward health in all areas, and into being in the present moment.

To facilitate Sacred Intuitive Healing, Eve creates a sacred space between herself and the client, maintaining a healing connection. The session has many possible forms from there, including working with the flow of the elements, working with one’s soul’s journey, or other pathways to healing that are revealed during the session.

The elements of Water, Wood, Fire, Earth and Metal flow in nature and in each of us. Together they create a movement of birth, creation and destruction. In great health we naturally generate balance among these elements, within each element, and with the divine light that comes through us. Chinese Medicine understands this stream as the Qi that runs through the meridians. During a Sacred Intuitive Healing session it is possible to increase or decrease the contribution of each element, creating a renewed foundation for harmony and balance.

Another form that a Sacred Intuitive Healing session may take is seeing what one’s soul’s journey has been. Sometimes the work is the release of a long-held pattern. In these cases, unraveling the pattern reveals false beliefs and thoughts that have prevented one from creating his or her life. During these session the release elevates the vibrational pattern, allowing for a new way of being.

Often Eve will prescribe homework to support the healing changes in the session. Whatever the work of the session, it is guided by spirit, designed for your individual needs in the present moment, and offered with love and light.
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About Eve Soldinger

I was always sensitive and intuitive. As a child, my warm and loving family respected my perceptions and visions with a calm attitude. Because of their acceptance it took me a while to realize that everyone didn’t perceive the same things. I was told that I could always pray about whatever I perceived. But there was a darker side from my perspective. As a young teenager seeing people’s health and illness and problems was overwhelming; and not knowing when to say anything was equally overwhelming. There was a crucial point where I closed my vision down and wanted to live a ‘normal’ life.

I walked on the bridges toward normal. I did what other young adults did of my generation and went to college, became politically and socially active, explored spiritual paths. I wanted to contribute to change and worked with organizations helping to provide health care and health information to people. By the time I was 24 I had a degree in Public Health from Columbia University. I graduated, worked with organizations, and helped write papers mostly on women and health. And just as I was making some headway, I discovered acupuncture.

From the moment I started acupuncture school it was clear that it would require all parts of me. My understanding of how the world works changed and my perceptions of how I looked at people and could understand them totally shifted. The connection of spirit and body was central to my understanding. Understanding spirit had been the missing piece about working to facilitate change. And I no longer needed to keep a lid on my natural intuitive abilities. My heart opened. I knew I am guided. And I still knew when to pray.

Along my path, I studied with various healers including the foremost authorities in Chinese Medicine, profound and wise energy healers, meditation teachers of many traditions, and indigenous healers and spiritual leaders in the Americas. The place that all the modalities converge is that the greatest teacher is nature, and our relationship with it, and its natural rhythms and flows. Through the flow of the five elements as in Chinese Medical theory, we see how one element flows and generates movement to the next element, ultimately creating and establishing unity. Using the learning and knowledge has been a journey toward understanding myself, the nature of human existence, and the healing possibilities in every moment.

I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to teach in many Acupuncture and Acupressure colleges throughout the country. In the 1990s I was a Clinical Supervisor at the Traditional Acupuncture Institute in Columbia, Maryland (now called Tai Sophia Institute). I also taught an elective course on Five Element Acupuncture at the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, California. I am a faculty member at the Academy for Five Element Acupuncture in Gainesville, Florida. I have been faculty for the Acupressure Institute in Berkeley, California. I also have taught in collaboration with Amy Skezas through RoseLight. As well I travel throughout the U.S. leading workshops on different aspects of the healing arts.

I also maintain a private practice in Washington, DC and Silver Spring, MD. For more information on this go to www.evesoldinger.com.

Education
  • International Affairs, GWU, Washington, D.C., 1976
  • MPH, Columbia University, NY, NY, 1979
  • B.Ac., College of Traditional Acupuncture, 1988, Leamington Spa, England
  • M.Ac., Traditional Acupuncture Institute, 1985, Columbia, MD
  • Certificate in Chinese Herbal Medicine, Traditional Acupuncture Institute, 1990, taught by Ted Kaptchuk, OMD
  • Non-certificate training with: Reverand Sue Greer, Jonathan Goldman, Komala Lyra, Jeffrey Yuen, Peter Holmes, Don Alejandro Perez Oxlaj, and many indigenous healers of the Americas
  • Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM) since 2002
  • Practitioner's Level Certificate, (200 hours of training) Medical Qi Gong, May 2010, Academy for Five Element Acupuncture, Gainesville, FL.
  • Completed the second year of a three year Masters Program in Medical Qigong.
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