Reconnective Healing Blog

Hi Todd

No, it’s Trevor. Trevor Todd. Yes, I have two first names, I know. Actually I have a middle name so I guess I have three. One of those options that my parents really had little choice, since my fathers last name is clearly Todd but ever since I was a little kid, I was called, ‘Todd. I’m sorry is it Trevor?’. I usually say, either or is fine. It is fun sometimes to correct people because it does make me sound like James Bond. Go ahead and say it, ‘Todd. Trevor Todd’. You said it, didn’t you?…Anyway, I’m a computer scientist, singer (more on that later), and Reconnective Healing Foundational Practitioner. This blog is my way of journalling the Reconnective Healing sessions with my amazing clients and hopefully together we can both learn more about these amazing frequencies and healing practice.

These posts are dated in order to help me follow my progress and my clients.  I will not use real names but I will mention whether the clients session is first second or third.  I have decided to replace female names with ‘Ivy’ and male names with ‘Jack’.  Any gender neutral persons I have yet to meet with, but when I do they shall be known as ‘Dove’, unless of course they can come up with a better name. At this point in my life, I’m not sure it matters to me whether there are genders or not, but for some, I know it’s somehow easier, so, I’ve kept it.  I’m open to pretty much anything at this point. I did this because I found that after reading these session logs, it just felt too clinical and dry to refer to these wonderful people as ‘the client’. So, if you want to follow my journey please understand that ‘Ivy’ is likely not the same lady being bombarded by these amazing frequencies in each blog post. She’s not being turned into some kind of super hero. She’s not going to be levitating, reading your mind or running faster than the Flash – although, that would be pretty freakin’ cool, so maybe I’ll just leave that open and hope for some cool stuff to happen. Also please note that my clients have allowed me to share these moments with you in this blog. Not all information will be shared because not all of my clients have given their permission – also some moments are very personal/private and I’ve found it best to have them tell their own stories to their friends and family if/when they choose to.