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Meet Laurie Lamson and Jolé Morton of Soul Connect in West Los Angeles

Today we’d like to introduce you to Laurie Lamson and Jolé Morton.

Laurie and Jolé, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far.
We are two friends who met through a shared interest in personal growth and commitment to self-healing.

Everyone is different and we have the utmost respect for each individual’s free will. We’ve found that a creative, intuitive approach yields the best and most efficient results. Together and individually we’ve developed a broad toolkit that synthesizes psychological principles, medical intuition, guided meditation and the latest energy healing techniques.

We also developed energy healing workshops that introduce newcomers to the concept of holistic self-healing and the experience of active meditation.

Has it been a smooth road?
Since our whole business is about healing, it all starts (and continues) with practicing our techniques on ourselves and each other. To be honest, I think this process got us both more connected with life and taking chances, and that has also brought us some of our greatest personal challenges, which are helping us to learn and grow just like our clients.

As business owners, our intentions are to empower others, so our business model is not a traditional approach of selling to anyone and getting them hooked on our services.

Rather, we are seeking to attract those who can benefit most from what we have to offer. Our goal is to get our clients to the point where they no longer need or rarely require our services.

So, we rely somewhat on testimonials and recommendations, which has its challenges because even though a client’s life may change for the better, energy work is so subtle that they sometimes fail to recognize these changes were in fact initiated by the healing work we did with them.

It has also been a challenge helping people understand the quantum mechanics that are the underpinning of the work we do. Most of us have come to accept the scientific fact that everything is energy, but we are just at the very beginning of applying this knowledge in a practical way in our everyday lives.

So, the results from this work are hard to quantify, yet it’s also difficult to quantify the love one has for their spouse, children or family members, or the exact consequences of self-loathing, negative self-talk and self-sabotaging behavior. This is where we work, in the dark corners of the subconscious where lasting change and growth take place.

So, let’s switch gears a bit and go into the Soul Connect story. Tell us more about the business.
We help others to heal and grow from the inside out with a combination of techniques including our own Soul Medicine and guided meditation.

Soul Medicine is advanced intuitive energy medicine that helps connect you with your own soul and taps your body’s natural healing power (without the drugs!)

Through this work, we get people more connected with their inner wisdom and personal power. We want to see our clients living in alignment with their authentic Selves – so they can make the most of their lives and share the best they have to offer with others.

Genuine personal and life changes can require a deep excavation of negative patterns, old traumas and more, but with our techniques we don’t need to dwell on them. We can fairly quickly and compassionately move our clients in the right direction, so long as they are willing.

Here’s a quote from a client that may help explain what we’re talking about: … “you are able to take people to the deepest darkest waters and help them come back with their soul intact; with dignity and hope.”

As mentioned before, our business approach is unusual because our intention is to empower our clients enough to not need, or rarely need our services. That is the over-arching intention that has more significance for us than generating profit.

In addition to some of the amazing results we’ve helped clients achieve – surprising even ourselves at times, we’re very proud of Soul Bath – a product we developed to help support energy healing and any kind of holistic body work including massage, chiropractic care, acupuncture, etc. We hope to have it available to the public within the next few months.

How do you think the industry will change over the next decade?
When we first started especially, we had a difficult time effectively conveying what we do and why it works.

Alternative and holistic approaches to healthcare and taking responsibility for one’s own health and well-being are becoming mainstream ideas and pursuits. The best-known doctor in the country, Dr. Oz, said that, energy healing is the cutting edge of medicine.

So, the trend is most definitely toward wider acceptance of the kind of work we do.

We believe that in the future pretty much everyone will understand how important it is for each of us to manage our own energy and how much influence we can have over our own lives and health simply by being more aware of and managing our thoughts and feelings, and taking more responsibility for our own reactions.

Allopathic medicine (drugs and surgery) have been the first resort for most people with health issues until fairly recently. As people around the world have become more aware of the risks attached, they’ve become more motivated to take healthcare into their own hands and explore alternative approaches.

Allopathic medicine has made incredible advances and will always have its place, but we hope it will move into a more appropriate role: as a drastic last resort rather than a first resort.

Pricing:

  • Energy Center/Chakra Healing – 60 minutes: $120
  • Intuitive Reading – 90 mins to receive a broad overview with in-depth insight: $125.
  • Soul Medicine 3-session package – one 120-minute session plus two 90-minute sessions: $550 ($200 savings off individual session)
  • Cutting-Edge Space Clearing: $100/hour
  • Group Healing (our workshops, or you can assemble a group of 4 or more to focus on an issue): $25-50/hr each

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  Image Credit:
Laurie Lamson
Jolé Morton
Fabai Wu
Painting is by Grace Duong

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