The Journey is a key therapeutic approach we use at Restorative Wholeness. It offers you the possibility of being finally free from almost any kind of issue: emotional, physical or a behaviour – by getting to the underlying root – Clearing out baggage that may have held you back for many years.

If you are struggling with mood or depression, this could be because of emotional blocks yet to be released.

We can be trapped in an unfulfilling life situation because moving out of the familiar triggers deeper-rooted fear, while layers of conditioning can obscure our Essence, our Passion, or sense of direction.

Unhealthy behaviour patterns that give temporary relief can be a way to distract ourselves from uncomfortable feelings.

Relationship breakdown may be associated with emotional blocks that obscure our authentic self, or there may be feelings of loss, anger, blame or even guilt.  

Physical illness too, may arise after an emotionally traumatic event.

Whatever the reason, and whatever you are facing, I offer my years of experience with the Journey process as a powerful, direct method to help you safely release emotional blocks and begin the process of healing and growth.

It is a direct approach to fully finally face what we were avoiding, and resolving the core emotional root cause within an experience of peace and acceptance.

In my experience – both personal and working with clients – the Journey is one of the most powerful transformational tools I have come across.

One of my clients wrote:

"I have done years of various talk therapies and the process was like no other I've experienced. The focus and deep exploration of emotions,  without entering the mental story, allows one to enter unchartered territories....a geography where talk therapies rarely arrive."

In the words of another client:

"I recognised a variety of therapeutic/psychological methods and modalities within the process, but the synthesis of all of these is what makes The Journey process so powerful."
 

When we release deep-rooted blocks and limiting beliefs, we let go of fear, gain energy and courage, discover our passion and purpose, feel more motivated and alive, and in some cases experience major shifts in our physical health.

The consequences that follow naturally extend into our relationships, livelihood path and other areas of our life.
 

You Benefit from a Professional with a Unique and Powerful Blend of Experience

At Restorative Wholeness, you receive care from a rare and uniquely skilled practitioner who is also trained in the medical field and practised as an NHS psychiatrist over more than 12 years.

Dr Muzammal is also trained in applied ecology to support healing of communities and the earth. So, he is familiar with many different contexts, working as a therapist, coach and facilitator with people experiencing a wide range of life's challenges and from a diverse range backgrounds.

You are in the hands of someone who listens deeply and brings both sensitivity and professionalism supporting your transformational journey to wholeness.


About Brandon Bays: Pioneer of The Journey

The Journey was pioneered by international teacher, author and mind-body healing practitioner, Brandon Bays, who in 1992 had been diagnosed with a tumour the size of a basketball.

Catapulted into a search as to what lay underneath it and listening to her inner body wisdom, she went through a series of transformational experiences over the course of several weeks. At the end of that time – six and a half weeks – she was pronounced text-book perfect clear. No drugs, no surgery and no tumour.

The core experiences that Brandon had during that time led to the development of the Journey Process which has been used for transformational change across a range of issues beyond physical health.


(If you are interested in exploring the cellular healing aspect of the Journey further, then the work of the late Dr Candace Pert might be very useful. Dr Pert is a pioneering scientist, the author of the book, ‘The Molecules of Emotion’ and is one of the key people featured in the film ‘What The Bleep Do We Know?’)