Lezah Young
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“Working with Lezah is supportive, safe, challenging and empowering. I develop strengths within myself that enable me to live a more creative, proactive lifestyle. I recommend Lezah wholeheartedly!”

JulieAshland, Oregon

The work we’ve done these last few months is more grounded than what I’ve experienced before. It’s what I’ve been looking for. Thank you for the gentle, honest, loving, lighthearted way you assist me. Thank you for your powerful insight, suggestions, and energetic sensitivity and healing.

Dana - Lincoln, Nebraska

Thank you for such an accurate, poignant and inspiring session. I have a lot to think about.

KaraGrand Rapids, Michigan

Lezah is a gifted healer. She gently and powerfully assists in unraveling and healing the twisted, knotted threads of my past. She sees and listens deeply; she offers respectful guidance. I am especially grateful for the help in building a strong relationship with myself and consequently with my teenage daughter.

Debbie - Taos, New Mexico

I have made more progress in one year working with Lezah than the last twenty trying to overcome consistent depression and other burdens. Our sessions are fascinating, meaningful, and deeply efficient. Lezah’s gift is to listen and guide me straight to the hidden heart of the matter. I am grateful to be growing once again.

Nikoletta - Santa Cruz, Ca

In Lezah’s sessions, I feel doors and windows opening; a fresh breeze of understanding flows into my mind and spirit. I gain increased awareness, guidance. The result of a session is having greater awareness of how to change my thought patterns, or issues. Her insights are instructive and essential to my personal growth.

Lynne - Savannah, Georgia

It was so great to connect clearly, quickly and easily throughout our session. Life feels better with my focus and freedom already. Thank you!

LauraKauai, Hawaii

Since our wonderful session I have been implementing some new helpful behaviors for myself. Today I sent myself a love note on email. I’m enjoying the idea of marrying myself first and then being a truly good friend to my feelings. Thank you so much for the awesome way you work!

Renee’ - Bellingham, Washington

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When someone is disconnected from their emotions, like having difficulty acknowledging anger, sadness, or fear, those emotions can become stuck inside their body. I call these feelings, “frozen feelings.” Emotions can become lodged inside the person or show up in my minds eye as pictures, in their energy field and in their homes. Emotions are alive; they are powerful sources of energy that can envelop a space permanently even after the person has left that environment.
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06/6/15

I have been emotionally and visually intuitive since childhood. Sensing the feelings of others was then, and continues to be, second nature for me. Seeing pictures in my mind’s eye generally accompanies the sensing of those feelings.
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05/30/15

Jenny, a new client, was having trouble feeling grounded, secure or confident at work and at home. She talked about feeling spaced out along with a difficulty focusing her attention on achieving important accomplishments. She had deadlines at work and home goals that she was having trouble following through with and completing. Jenny was concerned. She wonders, “what’s wrong with me these days.”
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05/16/15

The absence of a secure sense of self, is at the very least, a deep ache at every moment in one’s life. There is nothing more painful than the feeling of complete separation between one’s core-self, and the self they show to the world. This kind of schism not only creates chronic confusion throughout one’s life, because one is not anchored from within, but it nurtures low self-esteem. It acts as a vicious cycle of one begetting the other;
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05/16/15

NOW

I want to be free of the unconscious conditioning being projected behind my eyes. I want to be free so, here I go, down… the rope, of my memories; hand, under hand, legs, wrapped around tight, slowly, sliding, down…the rope into…my memories.
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There was a time when low self-esteem and the fear of rejection stifled most of my actions. I had trouble taking emotional risks such as extending myself to others. It was too scary to risk rejection so, I didn’t allow for much vulnerability, didn’t allow for much emotional risk taking. Being vulnerable meant danger for me, danger of getting trampled on because I didn’t have boundaries. I hadn’t learned that my safety would come from within me, from my ability to set healthy boundaries with others and me.
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04/25/15

Dana wasn’t feeling grounded, nor was she feeling the self-assurance she usually enjoyed. She also complained of feeling spaced-out, as she called. Dana was having trouble following through with goals and completing deadlines at work. She felt concerned. “What’s wrong with me these days?” she lamented.
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04/18/15

Dana wasn’t feeling grounded, nor was she feeling the self-assurance she usually enjoyed. She complained of feeling spaced-out, as she called it. Dana was having trouble following through with goals and completing deadlines at work. She felt concerned. “What’s wrong with me these days?” she lamented.
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Reflect on this teaching: If we stay present to our discomfort, we will also feel something else arising—something more real, capable, sensitive, and exquisitely aware of ourselves, and our surroundings. (The Wisdom of the Enneagram, 37)

If we stay present to our discomfort, (present meaning, identifying and allowing the emotion we’re feeling, discharging it through either crying, trembling, sweating, shaking, laughing, or yawning.) to our emotions, fear, anger, sadness, etc., we naturally move into a place of acceptance where we become, what I call, our ‘bigger self’.

Our ‘bigger self’ feels more real, more capable, sensitive, more aware of ourselves, and our surroundings. Our bigger self is the self that guides our little self, the ego self. So, if we stay present with our little self – our ego self – we learn what it is asking of us, which is to experience our feelings fully, and then, we reach a ‘bigger self’ reality.

When we’re in our ‘bigger self’ reality we feel calm, centered, aware, secure etc. The two must work together in tandem, one as important as the other, a unit, a partnership of the two forces, little ego self overseen/guided by bigger self, creates a profound wholeness, a true maturity.

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04/11/15

I was 13 years of age when I declared, quietly to myself, that I was born, to learn about love. I knew that love was the source of all life. I knew this because I had always felt its power pulsating through my young body, and through my innocent heart.
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