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SACRED SUTINE
Hello everyone
Welcome to SacredSutine. This site came about in response to my deep passion for the promotion of health, healing, balance and wholeness.

My name is Sue Clarke and I have a private alternative therapy practice. I work mainly with women who have been traumatised through such things as hijackings, rape, adult survivors of sexual abuse, and so on.

The modalities that I use are Reiki and Soul listening (Spiritual counselling and dream interpretation). This includes Women's work which consists of empowering women on their journey to wholeness. Day workshops are also run on this theme.

I am a recognised Reiki master, and do 12 week Reiki courses, which includes energy healing, Reiki 1, Reiki 2 and Advanced Reiki.

It is a great privilege to be on this journey with all of you.

Love, light and much laughter
Sue
Contact Info:
Links:
Reiki Masters Association
The Health and Wellbeing Practitioners Network
Soulful Living
Body and Mind
sacredsutine@gmail.com
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Honouring the Sacred
We often spend so much time coping with problems along our path that we only have a dim or even inaccurate view of what's really important to us.
Peter Senge
Urban Sprout
A Story of the Spirit of Healing

I would like to tell a true short story that made me re-think the way I speak and act in front of my child.

One day my daughter Sam came home from school and we were talking about living with and understanding people of cultures and races different to our own.

She said that a group of girls in her class had been talking about the misunderstandings and fights that kept happening between them. Sam said that she believed that their parents who had been brought up in the years of apartheid had influenced them all. All parents had grown up and experienced and perpetrated hurts and angers. These they had put onto their children through their words and actions.

This group of beautiful teenage girls came to the conclusion that if their parents would stop telling them who they could and couldn’t be friends with and what they should and shouldn’t believe about each other, then our young people would heal the spaces between different races and cultures.

As a parent, I choose to believe that there is something I can do to help my child bridge that gap with her school friends. The way I choose to do that is to become aware of my own prejudices and biases that come out of my experiences and how I grew up. I know this is a life long commitment and for our children I am determined to continue working on it.