Counseling from the Heart

Written by Diana Stone, Ph.D.. Posted in Blog.

hands heartThe simple expression “Listen to your heart” holds treasures. By being guided from the heart, we learn how to let our hearts feel the way through the stuck places in our life.

As a counselor and guide, Diana uses her heart to support her clients in their healing. The heart leads her to choose love, support, and the gentlest path to wholeness. It also enables her to feel what her clients are experiencing in such a way that she can best guide their process. The heart is linked to deep wisdom, a direct connection to the Divine. As Diana follows her heart in sessions, often approaches and techniques come to her that she have never used before, perfect for that person, that moment.

Diana Stone received a PhD. from Union Institute in Psychology of Consciousness. Her post graduate training in counseling has been eclectic , including Neurolinguistic Programming, Psychosynthesis, and a several of body centered therapies. Diana’s base has always been in spirituality, enabling her to see clients’ experience in the larger context of fulfilling their deepest longings. With that torch light, shadows find shape and meaning and monsters can be turned into allies in healing.

HOW DO I COUNSEL?

From the HeartThe simple expression “Listen to your heart” holds treasures. By being guided from the heart, we learn how to let our hearts feel the way through the stuck places in our life. As a counselor and guide, Diana uses her heart to support her clients in their healing. The heart leads her to choose love, support, and the gentlest path to wholeness. It also enables her to feel what her clients are experiencing in such a way that she can best guide their process.

HEART BASED ADVICE

We are Meant to Be HappyThat has always been something we strive for in this life. In fact, if we look at the motivations behind our thoughts and actions—conscious and unconscious—they are all to get us closer to the feeling, or at least the idea, of happiness. Some of us have long asked whywe cannot hold on to happiness. For all of the scholarship and human insights across the centuries, nobody has found a complete and enduring answer. Perhaps because it has been too close to see.