Waji Tips for Success

Congratulations on taking the first step towards healing and growth with Waji. We want to help you get the most out of your experience, so we’ve put together some tips for success.

With these tips, you will be on your way to success with Waji. Trust yourself, be consistent, and celebrate your progress. Waji is here to support you every step of the way.

Remember, you know yourself best. So, trust yourself when deciding what you’re ready to work on in your sessions, and where to go next. Remarkably our brains are excellent at guiding us in the right direction, so when in doubt trust where your brain naturally goes. If a different memory or feeling pops up during or after a session, please don’t fear this, this is a sign your brain is positively responding to the work you’ve been doing, and maybe something you can work on in a future session.

Find a quiet place to use Waji, free from distractions like cell phones, TV, or other activities that may interfere with your session. You want to be able to access your emotions, and when you’re distracted, this is not possible.

Choose a time to use Waji when you’re free of distractions and can provide your undivided attention. Remember, the goal is to be present in the moment and trust the process.

Breathe and let Waji guide you through your session. Trust the process and allow yourself to be in the moment.

Using Waji consistently and working through a variety of trauma events is the key to achieving the most relief possible. Start with at least two sessions a week, and aim for more when you can.  

You can work through the root cause of your trauma major traumatic, or stressful life events that has caused your emotional suffering. This can help you get peace, closure and release any unwanted emotions that are holding you back. Focusing on the bigger events may ease the emotional pain and symptoms your continuously having to deal with.

Also you can work on trauma events that are smaller, hurtful things or situations that happen in the context of a larger traumatic event. Processing these lingering emotions helps to ensure that you’ve processed the larger event in it’s entirety, making it less likely to resurface.

Take as many sessions as you need to work on trauma events. You will know when your ready to move on to a different event.

Allow yourself the chance to see results. Resist the urge to throw in the towel too quickly. Remember, progress takes time, and setbacks are a normal part of the healing journey.

Use Waji’s resources to support you on your journey. We’re here to help and guide you every step of the way.

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