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The Psychology of Heaven

 Discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. 

Hebrews 4:12

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Updated: Apr 8




Today, I want to talk about something important on our journey towards healing from trauma: integration. It's like putting together the pieces of a puzzle to create a beautiful picture of who you are.


Integration is all about bringing together the different parts of yourself into a harmonious whole. Think of it as weaving together your thoughts, emotions, actions, and perceptions into a cohesive story that makes sense. This process is crucial in our recovery journey because it helps us build a stable sense of self and understand our life's journey so far.


As you grow, you develop unique patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving – that's your personality.

Your environment growing up plays a big role in shaping your ability to integrate. A nurturing and safe space allows your integrative capacities to flourish, helping you form a strong foundation of self-awareness and resilience. As you grow, you develop unique patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving – that's your personality. It's like your signature style, but it's also flexible, allowing room for growth and change as you navigate life's twists and turns.


A well-integrated sense of self brings clarity and resilience, empowering you to embrace your story with courage and authenticity.

Integrated individuals are like skilled drivers, smoothly shifting gears as they move through different situations while staying true to themselves. Even though life throws challenges our way, a solid sense of self remains our compass, guiding us through rough waters.

But here's the beautiful part – healing is a journey of self-discovery, and your sense of self evolves with each step you take. It's about understanding who you are, what you value, and where you want to go in life. A well-integrated sense of self brings clarity and resilience, empowering you to embrace your story with courage and authenticity.


As you embark on your healing journey, remember the power of integration. It's not about erasing the past but about embracing every part of yourself – the light and the shadow – and weaving them into a tapestry of strength and resilience. You're on this journey, not alone, but surrounded by support and love.



If you are interested in more of what I do. There are 4 ways I can help you on your self-discovery journey:


  • As a counsellor with 20 years experience including my own healing journey I give clarity and focus that brings my clients hope, peace, harmony, fulfilment and emotional intelligence for better decision making, resilience and influence. Read testimonials and book a session HERE.


  • I teach the life changing Journey to Wholeness Course. With teachings drawn from Optimised Life & the New Psychology taking you week by week on a self-awareness healing journey from the inside out. Find out more HERE.


  • I offer Inner Healing Holy Spirit Discovery sessions to uncover deep insights about yourself, building genuine connections that will quickly remove inner confusion and chaos. Bringing back harmony, peace and hope. Find out more HERE.


  • I share my own recovery story from addiction, depression and emotional distress and confusion, so that others going through the same know they are not alone. My core goal is to go to war with shame, expose the enemy's plan and bring hope and light to the darkness. Read HERE.


Not sure where to start? Get in touch with your questions and you can have a FREE 20 min chat to work it all out. CONTACT ME via my website or email me kim@aliveingodswill.com.


I did a Holy Spirit Exploration session with Kim, as well as some EMDR sessions. The Holy Spirt session was so powerful. I have seen massive changes in my life. In this session, things that normally caused me distress for many years were handed over to God to transform. God has transformed them. Kim is an authority on God's word and her sessions are delivered in His mighty name.

Jennifer Cromer 


Read more testimonials HERE.


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