Pat Novak. Intuitive.

Look Deeper. Feel More.

Intuitive Transformational Therapy

Most of our problems come from aligning with our egos rather than with our real selves.

We spend so much time in our heads, when a genuine feeling comes up, we panic.
“What am I feeling?”
“What am I suppose to do with this?”

If it’s an uncomfortable feeling, we just want to make it go away as quickly as possible.

strokes_not_transparent-16-5Instead of getting curious about our feelings and looking deeper.

Your ego, on the other hand, doesn’t want you looking any deeper. It likes to keep you in the shallow waters.

It wants to keep you from your true power. It wants you to need other people’s acceptance and praise. Rather than your own self-acceptance. It wants you to present an idealized image of yourself rather than an authentic self.

You never get to be real via the ego.

strokes_not_transparent-16-3Your true self and talents lie in the deeper waters. To get to the real you is a journey of feeling and depth. It takes courage and a willingness to call on magical powers you didn’t realize you had access to.

Intuitive Transformational Therapy opens up your inner world. A world of Dominion instead of Domination.

A world which is your friend and not your enemy.

We’re not against your ego. You need an ego. In fact, you are the one who gave your ego its power.

You need to learn how to take your power back and evolve your ego. Then it can serve you as it was meant to. Not be your master.

strokes_not_transparent-16-4The main key is feeling your Feelings.

Some say emotions get in the way. We say emotions are the way.

When you stop being afraid of the process and begin understanding how each element connects. You can use the tools you have learned to move forward in your life.

This is what Intuitive Transformational Therapy™  gives you.

The tools and deep understanding to create lasting change and happiness.

When we begin this journey, it is very humbling for all of us to admit that “I do not really know what I feel. I do not say what I mean, and, all too often, I do not do what I say.”