How I came to practise cold laser therapy

It was always my natural inclination to want to relieve suffering. As a child I aimed to become a doctor, but as a natural Humanities student I was deterred from a career in Western medicine. In the early ’90s I volunteered for the Terrence Higgins Trust and spent 5 years as a buddy at the height of the AIDS crisis in the UK. My career in brand communications, however, continued to take precedence, until I finally made the move into cold laser therapy.

I began to study Eastern medicine in 2006 with the late Jon Sandifer, who trained me as a Feng Shui consultant. Jon’s approach to Feng Shui was holistic, focusing as much on the 5 Element acupuncture system within the human body as it did on the movement of energy through external space. I was accredited by the UK Feng Shui Society in 2006 and have practised as a professional Feng Shui consultant ever since.

In 2014 I was able to witness the powerful effect of Cold Laser Therapy on treating post traumatic stress (PTSS) first hand. I began to study a system of integrating Cold Laser with the body’s autoimmune (lymphatic) system which correlates with the 5 element acupuncture system. I was awarded a Diploma by the UK Institute of Laser Therapists in May 2015.

My recently published book, DRAGON KING’S DAUGHTER: ADVENTURES OF A SEX AND LOVE ADDICT  narrates a personal journey from childhood abuse and its far reaching consequences to my recovery by practising a holistic approach to healing, that is, an equal focus on mind, body and spirit.

  • Psychotherapy and 12 Step therapy for the mental aspects of recovery
  • Yoga and Cold Laser for the physical
  • Meditation and a Buddhist practice for spiritual and emotion release.

DRAGON KING’S DAUGHTER is available on Amazon Worldwide – click here to purchase.

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About the Author:

Ruth Phypers casts a unique light on female empowerment through a fully integrated mind body and spirit approach to recovery, healing and sexuality. She is a living example of how to transform the shame of sexual and emotional abuse into feminine strength and is a positive role model. Ruth runs a Harley Street medical practice in Photomedicine (Low Level Laser Photobiomodulation) focusing on addiction/trauma recovery, pain relief, youthful ageing and natural beauty aesthetics. She studies yoga and meditation from both practical and academic perspectives. A Buddhist since 2001 and a third series Astanga Yoga practitioner, Ruth has a Masters (Distinction) in the Traditions of Yoga and Meditation from SOAS, University of London and is currently in the research phase of a Doctorate in feminine liberation through sexuality and spirituality. Ruth’s published work DRAGON KING’S DAUGHTER – ADVENTURES OF A SEX AND LOVE ADDICT narrates her transformational story of how sexual shame became the source of power, strength and unconditional happiness.
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