Face Reading in Fort Collins, CO

What is Face Reading?

Face Reading is a valuable and amazing experience to have done as well as to learn about. By reading the lines, expressions, markings, face shapes, colors and Shen (spirit) it gives insight to a person’s patterns, inherited talents and abilities and which side of the family they come from, personality, the public and private sides of their life and if the two are congruent, the health of the body and where support is needed, when and where patterns show up and how to reverse them. It can be life changing as well as validating in revealing a person’s past, present and future selves and the way it is shown on the face. It awakens the spirit inside and connects a person to their true self (original face) and shows what their blocks, traumas, and fears are and what can be done to heal them, move forward in the world and be on their Golden Path.

Face Reading in Fort Collins, CO with Ann Bibbey

By bringing awareness to certain aspects that show on the face, a person is able to release the emotional pieces through healing and doing the inner work, hence wrinkles will dissipate or disappear and lines as well as markings will change. In addition, a person can shift the health of their body by knowing the health of their organs which also shows on the face. This can be supported with proper nutrition and changes in lifestyle as well as working through the emotions associated with a particular organ or organs.

Subsequent and periodic Face Readings will show a person’s progress and the shifts they have made along the way.

Face Reading in Fort Collins, CO with Ann Bibbey

Face Reading is a remarkable tool that can be used in any profession that is of service to other people. It can be used for team building, match making, staff placement within a small company or a large corporation. Professions such as counselors, doctors, nurses, lawyers, judges, public service people, therapists, human resources, acupuncturists, estheticians, police officers, case managers, all health and beauty industries, healers and many other professions! It enhances a person’s ability to read a person on so many levels.

Ann offers individual Face Readings and Golden Path Readings as well as teaches workshops on Face Reading. These teachings are derived from Master Face Reader, Lillian Bridges.

Preparing for a Reiki Healing Session

Ways to prepare for a Reiki and Intuitive Healing Session
(applies to both in office and distance healing sessions)

Ann Bibbey Reiki Intuitive Healing Fort Collins Colorado & DIstance

The session is booked. You hold in your heart and mind the intentions for making the appointment, the hoped-for results or shifts. But how can you prepare yourself for the movement of ki (or energy?) As we all know receiving is not always easy, and though the Reiki treatment will work on deep levels no matter what state you are in, you can contribute to its effectiveness by preparing. In this way you participate in the movement of universal Source energy as it continually moves through the ‘you’ of your own energy.

Here are a few steps you can take to help prepare for your session:

1.)  From the time you booked the appointment, to its actual date, choose activities that cultivate calm and relaxation. Make a conscious effort to allow your body and mind to relax and be relaxed. Talk a walk, meditate, watch your breathing, light essential oils in your house, read an inspirational book or similar types of activities. When you choose calm, you allow yourself to open and let go of the hidden stressors that can cause contraction, and thus constrict the movement of energy within yourself.

2.)  Embrace what you are largely made of! That is, water. Drink water, flush the body, take a bath. Water is both a symbol, and physical example, of fluidity and we are mainly made up of this fluidity. Introduce more water into your day, imagine yourself floating in water, moving in the direction of peace, joy and freedom or feeling these qualities move within you.   Water is also about intuition. Being in dark watery places enhances intuition. Water is associated with the kidneys and of course our kidneys need to be hydrated. We use our kidney energy when tuning in to things (on a psychic level) and overall it’s an important part of intuition.

3.)  Clarify your personal intentions. Even though Reiki works with energy that is beyond us, it is very personal and holding clear intentions can help you receive insight, and release memory on a cellular level, besides it can add to your own eagerness to experience Reiki for all your heart’s desires.

4.)  Have fun. If you tend to be someone who takes yourself very seriously, lighten up, loosen up, dance around your house or skip from appointment to appointment (at least in your mind.) This creates movement, opens channels of ki and creates a sense of positive allowing. Go into your session with a playful spirit to enjoy and experience the adventure of something new, all for you!

Ann Bibbey offers unique guidance as an Intuitive Healer and Teacher. Using a combination of Reiki, Face Reading, and her abilities as a Psychic Medium, Ann works with many individuals who are struggling through life’s changes. To book a session in Ann’s Fort Collins office or a distance healing session, or to inquire about a workshop call (970) 672-8810 or email [email protected]  

Avoidance Is Never The Answer

Avoidance Is Never The Answer - Ann Bibbey BlogThere is no doubt that we have all (at some point) experienced emotional trauma, pain or loss. Many of us have had our hearts broken wide open. These are opportunities that have been handed to us to change, heal and do things differently. I am not talking about when we “bulldoze” through these times and never deal with them. If we go this route we will never grow through pain. We will continue with the same defunct inner programs and unhealed parts, and continue attracting and experiencing the same pain, angst, and disappointments in life.

If we really own and look at these opportunities we realize there is no other option other than to deal with our disowned parts and heal because we are not going to be able to get back on our feet and create a great and meaningful life unless we do. And no “other person” or the “next relationship” will do this for us. We ourselves must do the work. This is a wonderful thing! Because when the fear of staying the same becomes greater than the fear of changing we are in the perfect position to take responsibility, be with our pain, heal our inner programs and unfinished childhood business, and transform into the individual and life we really want to be.

If we avoid doing this, we don’t have this opportunity. We are not being true to ourselves and will live a false existence. And without fail, life will inevitably deliver more of the same (in different ways) painful unhealed programs as disappointing and painful experiences. It’s the cycle of attraction. We receive what we put out there and it’s something that can perpetuate throughout an entire lifetime if we don’t change it.

It’s time to shift our perception as it’s the only way to feel complete freedom and begin a journey of authentic happiness, peace and joy!

Ann Bibbey offers unique guidance as an Intuitive Healer and Teacher. Using a combination of Reiki, Craniosacral Therapy, and her abilities as a Psychic Medium, Ann works with many individuals who are struggling through life’s changes. To book a session in Ann’s Fort Collins office or to inquire about a workshop call (970) 672-8810 or email [email protected]

The Joy and Pain of Spiritual Growth

Spiritual Growth - Ann Bibbey BlogWe often spend many years staying caught up in old thoughts & patterns of belief, with old tapes and stories running through us. We take these on as a part of us and “accept” them…even hold on to them because we know them, they are familiar. Even if they do not serve us on any level, we believe that they belong to us and that they are “ours.” We will actually long for them even when we’ve cleared them. The stories we tell ourselves and the inner dialogue we engage in is endless.

Shifting & changing this is not an easy journey and can be extremely painful. We must become intensely honest with ourselves and yearn for the life we know deep in our soul we deserve and must change things in order to be there. Often times we will take two steps forward and 10 back in the process. But for every struggle, every set-back we discover who we are on a deeper level and must be grateful for these struggles as they are opportunities & experiences that lead us to who we really are and who we want to be, NOT who we were told we are.

Challenges serve us in being the greatest version of ourselves. It is actually the biggest set-backs, the hardest struggles that are the exact experiences that force us to be greater than we’ve ever been before! The beauty is that when we reach the other side of these shifts in life, knowing we had hope & faith and asked for help along the way it gets easier. We are able to surrender and be in a place of peace & realize we can trust in the master plan & “allow” ourselves to listen to our inner guidance and discover why we are here.

There is nothing more beautiful than the transformation that occurs when we “let go”, do the inner work and show the world the very essence of who we are…our authentic self!

Ann Bibbey offers unique guidance as an Intuitive Healer and Teacher. Using a combination of Reiki, Craniosacral Therapy, and her abilities as a Psychic Medium, Ann works with many individuals who are struggling through life’s changes. To book a session in Ann’s Fort Collins office or to inquire about a workshop call (970) 672-8810 or email [email protected]

3 Ways to Overcome Feelings of Inadequacy

Overcome Feelings of Inadequacy : Ann Bibbey BlogIt’s easy to dwell on feelings of inadequacy in your life. You look at others who seem to have done it all right and are now leading the “perfect” life. Yet you feel you have made so many mistakes and done so many things wrong. You look at where you are today and yearn to change your regrets, knowing you never can. These are normal feelings, especially during times of change or conflict within yourself and your life. Remember, there is no “right” in life, so don’t let these feelings overshadow everything you have done that has made you into who you are today.

1. We are all different

Your life’s path is far different than your neighbors, or your friend’s, or your co-worker’s. But the path you have chosen to define you only makes you stronger. It’s important to realize the paths others have chosen may not have been the path you would have chose, even knowing what you know now. Looking at pretty pictures of loving families, or hearing stories about successful careers, or watching a happy couple after you have just lost a spouse can make you feel inadequate and even resentful, but it’s important to remember that so many parts of other’s lives do not fit into your mold. You are different. And your differences define YOU and THEM. Embrace these differences, for they are a part who you are today.

2. Cherish what you have

It’s easy for people to tell you to do this, but much harder when you face regret. Your road, no matter how rocky it may be, has given you gifts you often overlook. Don’t ever overlook these gifts or feel inadequate for how they came about. Pause and reflect; feel these gifts. They belong to you and you are fortunate they are yours, for had you chosen a different path, you may not have them today.

3. Embrace the moment

The past may have brought many sorrows, but today is once in a lifetime. And the future is still an unknown. Always know that no matter what regrets you have haunting you today from your past, you will always hold today and tomorrow in your hands. Be grateful for your life, for your laughter, for today. When your feelings shift towards the “shoulda, coulda, woulda’s” of your past, guide your mind back to the now – and feel it. Be thankful for today – for today will not be here tomorrow.

Ann Bibbey offers unique guidance as an Intuitive Healer and Teacher. Using a combination of Reiki, Craniosacral Therapy, and her abilities as a Psychic Medium, Ann works with many individuals who are struggling through life’s changes. To book a session in Ann’s Fort Collins office or to inquire about a workshop call (970) 672-8810 or email [email protected]

5 Ways to Feel Better through “Feeling”

5 Ways to Feel Better Through Feeling : Ann Bibbey BlogAbrupt change in life can bring on what may feel like an unwanted monster of emotion, uninvited and unwelcome, but relentless all the same. The ups and downs make it difficult to function. The intense feelings that sneak up when least expected can cause anxiety and panic.  And as this roller coaster takes over life day in and day out, eventually it can lead to depression, a numbing of the spirit, and far reaching effects into our personal and professional lives.

During any time of abrupt change – whether due to the ending of a relationship, the death of a loved one or pet, loss of a job, or a big life altering change – we face a period where we feel the weight of the world is crashing down on us. Until you reach the day that you can choose to be happy, simply start by feeling better today.

1. Feel your emotions No matter what it was in your life that caused your abrupt change you will have feelings triggered by thoughts and memories. When you feel overwhelmed by emotion, stop for a minute, close your eyes, and just feel it. Don’t try to push it away or pretend it’s not there – take a few moments and embrace it. Concentrate on the emotion – where do you feel it physically? Let yourself feel everything about it to the point you can touch it, taste it. If it’s a good memory that triggered it, let yourself feel good and even smile if you want to. If it makes you feel angry, let yourself feel angry. And if you feel sadness, let yourself feel the sadness. After a few minutes and when the sensations are beginning to ease, in your mind’s eye, envision yourself walking up to your body and scooping the emotion out of you and toss it above your head giving it to the Universe. Emotions won’t go away overnight, and sometimes taking a moment to embrace them is the best way to minimize them for the rest of the day.

2. Feel the world Make yourself feel the physical things in life. Step outside and feel the warm sun on your shoulders. Or the rain. Or the wind. Unroll your car window while you’re on the interstate. Pet a cat. Concentrate on what the physical sensation feels like. Think about it, put it into words, and speak aloud even if just to yourself. When going through any traumatic experience, our emotions dominate our senses. By shifting your mind from inside your head to outside your body, you awaken the other senses and if only for a minute, you quiet the mind.

3. Create something If you’ve ever had a hobby, now’s the time to pull it out and make something beautiful – or at least start (don’t beat yourself up if you aren’t able to finish). Make a piece of jewelry, or sew a new bag. Plant some flowers, work on that old scrapbook, or make a nice meal. Delving into a hobby can distract your mind and busy your hands. Taking some time to feel physical items and creating something from nothing not only eases emotion, but it can bring you back to a place of feeling like you again.

4. Feel for another If you have friends or family members in your life who are going through a difficult time or are facing trying situations, talk to them – and talk to them about their problems. Listen to what they have to say, try to feel what they are feeling, offer advice or comforting words. Setting out to help another can be one of the best ways to help yourself. But at the same time, be careful not to overwhelm yourself with another’s problems when dealing with your own, find balance and always take care of yourself first.

5. Exercise Not only does exercise release endorphins in the brain, it’s physically exhausting. And if you want to “feel” something, working your butt off at the gym, going for a strenuous hike, or taking a long walk can make you physically “feel” like nothing else can. Just don’t push yourself too hard. And make sure you are adequately nourishing your body with food and water to sustain physical exertion.

No matter what, always remember that today is only today and tomorrow is only tomorrow. With time, pain and negative emotions subside, and when you’re ready – choose to be happy today.

Ann Bibbey offers unique guidance as an Intuitive Healer and Teacher. Using a combination of Reiki, Craniosacral Therapy, and her abilities as a Psychic Medium, Ann works with many individuals who are struggling through life’s changes. To book a session in Ann’s Fort Collins office or to inquire about a workshop call (970) 672-8810 or email [email protected]