Profile of Wal Heinrich

by Wal on January 9, 2011 · 8 comments

Overview of an Earth Healer

and Enlightenment Specialist

Part 1

Hello, my name is Wal. I am a Complementary Transformationist living in the picturesque Adelaide Hills with my lovely wife, Jan, and our big white dog. We have 3 adult children and a grandchild. In the early 1990’s, Jan and I developed a method of spiritual growth, spiritual transformation, spiritual healing, and spiritual enlightenment called ‘Celestial Transformation’ or `Celestial Enlightenment’ which is the highest form of spiritual growth, spiritual healing and enlightenment in the world today. And so we began a business, `Personal Transformation’, to assist others in achieving their spiritual goals. Celestial Enlightenment, the most powerful form of spiritual growth, spiritual healing and enlightenment in the world today, takes you beyond spiritual to divine, and then beyond that. We explain this in our books, `The Path To Divinity’ and `Words of Power, Resonance for the Golden Age’. We subsequently added several other techniques to our work to provide a more holistic experience for our clients.

Complementary Transformationist

The term ‘Complementary Transformationist’, as it applies to me, means many things, including: Natural Transformationist, Holistic Transformationist, Life Coach, Spiritual Guide, Spiritual Specialist, Human Change Catalyst, Earth Healer, EFT Practitioner, Master NLP Practitioner, and Kinesiologist. Whatever I am called, most sessions come with a bonus of some enlightenment, whether that is what the person came to me for or not.

Natural Transformationist

I support natural methods of therapy. I use, in particular, Kinesiology, NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming), EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) and Celestial Enlightenment, the highest form of spiritual growth, spiritual healing and enlightenment in the world today, and I use a few other modalities sometimes as required. Natural Transformationists cover a broad spectrum of practices and usually focus on just a few that they are particularly good at, as I do.

Holistic Transformationist

This term Holistic Transformationist is an indication of the levels at which I seek to assist others to heal, physical, emotional, mental, energetic, spiritual, divine, higher than divine, unconscious, dark side, inner child, masculine power and feminine power. Many holistic transformationists do not treat the number of levels that I do and stop at spiritual healing and don’t go on to heal the divine and higher. I aim for the highest of beneficence in all that I do and therefore all sessions encourage positive, beneficial, spiritual growth.

Life coach or Spiritual Guide

My role as a Life Coach or Spiritual Guide is to help people as they travel their Sacred Path and it involves using kinesiology, spiritual healing, and messages coming from within the client’s Highest of Self, and from the client’s higher support network, to advise the client in life issues. To do this the client needs to be prepared with suitable questions, because there is an infinite array of information available, and questions enable the focusing in on the information that is pertinent. This method of answering questions can also generate a want within the client, something that they want help with, that generates an item to be resolved via Celestial Enlightenment, the highest method of spiritual growth, spiritual healing and enlightenment in the world today. For instance, they might ask why a particular challenging event happened in their life, with the answer, ‘Because of Past Life Karma’, and they will then want me to have a look at their karma and help them process it so they don’t have any more of those sorts of events in their life. Spiritual healing of karma results in further spiritual growth and enlightenment.

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{ 8 comments }

Jan Littlehales January 22, 2010 at 6:24 pm

Hi Wal – the disciplines you follow are fascinating. I know only a little about each of them, so will look forward to learning more on future posts.

Wal January 25, 2010 at 2:43 pm

Yes, Jan, I hope to amass much learnings in this blog over the coming years and I look forward to your further participation.
Wal

Cherie Rasmussen February 24, 2010 at 3:40 pm

Hi Wal

Beautiful site and full of mind expanding concepts.

Mother Earth is truly a magnificent place and one that needs to be treated with love and respect. For a while we lived up near the top of Australia. With great privilege able to view and sit to feel very old rock art in remote places. These were magnificent and you could feel the earth sing.

It is the energies we can not see that we can learn most from. The more I learn, the more I do not know and yet the love is stronger.

Thank you for being you Wal.
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Wal February 25, 2010 at 11:03 am

Thanks for you kind words, Cherie. I have been to WA south of Perth and one day I hope to visit the north and maybe visit some of those remote places and experience feeling the earth sing there for myself. Living in WA as you do, I make mention of the recent approval given to the expansion of GM Canola crops in WA. I am very concerned that WA has embarked on a slippery slope to disaster. I hope that future generations don’t live to regret this action. Canola, thank goodness, is not so bad. But just as taking soft drugs can lead to destitution through hard drugs, so too GM crops. These people are ignorant, blinded by the marketing hype. Too bad nature doesn’t forgive ignorance.

BelindaO February 25, 2010 at 3:12 pm

Hi Wal,
I really enjoyed your post, i am very interested in natural remedies, it makes so much more sense to get to the root of the problem, than take a few pills and hope for the best………..
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Wal February 25, 2010 at 4:36 pm

Yes, it’s true, Belinda, I am yet to find a problem that doesn’t have a spiritual component.

Red Bass Guitar May 27, 2010 at 4:27 pm

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Wal May 28, 2010 at 7:58 am

What an impressive comment! Well structured and laid out. The only thing missing is relevant comment about my blog specifically. It is a generic sort of comment, one that could be used on any number of blogs. I have returned the favor by putting a comment on your blog, very impressive blog by the way. I will have to tell my mate Scotty about it.

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