Today, there are so many different therapies available to us. Some work for a few people but not for others. If you have an issue to address, be it mental, physical or spiritual, it’s a great opportunity to try a therapy that you may never have tried before. Below are four different therapies that could be worth trying out if you’ve been unsuccessful elsewhere.


Psychic reading

If you’re at a point in life where you need to make a decision, there are all kinds of ways to approach it. You can write your pros and cons list, discuss it with friends and family or even consider a psychic reading of some sort. Psychic readings can be useful tools for analyzing your current situation and deciding how to move forward.

For example, tarot readers don’t tell you what to do with your life but through the use of the tarot card deck and the cards that come up during a reading, you will be able to view your situation from a fresh perspective and understand how you’ve arrived where you are today. It’s best to have a tarot reading from a professional reader to start with, but some people decide to then buy personal tarot decks and practice doing their own readings whenever they want to.


“archangels” (CC BY 2.0) by  moedermens

Angel Therapy

Angel therapy is a spiritual healing method where practitioners work with your guardian angels and archangels to guide you through life. Practitioners use an angel card deck, which is similar to a tarot card deck. Through this card deck, they can channel your angels to help you make sense of different events happening in your life. People who believe in angel therapy feel they can get guidance from angels in many different areas – finance, relationship, health, etc. The Archangel Raphael is the angel most associated with health and practitioners often ask for his help if clients have a health issue they want to address. You should be prepared with questions and ideas that you want to discuss with your practitioner (and through them your angels) to get the most out of your session.


Chakra Balancing

There are some times you don’t have a particular ailment or concern to address, but you feel out of sorts and can’t put your finger on why. Sometimes, you may experience depression or feel that you have no energy. One form of therapy that might be appropriate for those times is chakra balancing, which is about improving the energy flow in the body.

There are seven chakras in our bodies, each of which is associated with our physical, mental and emotional state. Practitioners of chakra balancing aim to release any energy blockages in a client’s chakras and promote good flow of energy around the body to encourage optimal health and wellbeing. The client remains clothed and lying down during a chakra balancing session. The practitioner places their hands over each chakra point to work on it and then pulls all seven chakras into alignment. Depending on the individual, how you feel after chakra balancing can vary. Some feel drained and sleep solidly following a session, while others feel immediately energized and ready to go.


Breath-work Therapy

Breathing is something we do thousands of times a day automatically. However, it can also be used as a therapy to improve our physical, mental and spiritual health. There are lots of different types of breath-work therapies and other activities that involve it. For example, yoga and Tai Chi place a lot of emphasis on breathing.

The main purpose of breath-work is to help people achieve greater self-awareness and generate the ability to self-heal, as well as improving their physical and mental health. Breath-work therapists will guide clients through a range of different breathing techniques to address issues such as chronic pain, anger issues, depression, grief and anxiety.

Many of us face similar problems and issues in life and often approach them in the same way. However, if you don’t find the old methods help you, try something different and see where it leads you.