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Meet Addie LeBoeuf of Addie LeBoeuf Healing in Dorchester

Today we’d like to introduce you to Addie LeBoeuf.

Thanks for sharing your story with us Addie. So, let’s start at the beginning and we can move on from there.
Two and a half years ago, I had just left my job in inpatient psychiatry to begin work in Corporate America. I had loved my work in the mental health field but was feeling disillusioned after seeing the same people cycle in and out. My own health, physical and mental, had been hanging in the balance for years so, I decided to see if I could find stability in another field. After the first day, I knew that I would not find what I was looking for there. I found myself sick, tired, and desperate. That’s when I found the Life Activation.

Having no idea what it was or why I was saying yes to this person that I had just met ten minutes before, I went for it. This session set me off on a path of growth and healing so magnificent that I had to share it.

Since then, I have become a Certified Life Activation Practitioner and Second Step Ritual Master in the Lineage of King Salomon. I offer my clients the gift of empowerment through sacred tools handed down over thousands of years in this great lineage. Witnessing others experience healing and joy has brought purpose back to my life.

Has it been a smooth road?
The healing path is filled with obstacles. I have had to look in my darkest corners and open myself up in ways that I never have before. I choose to continue this work on a daily basis because I see the fruits and they are good. I also have to work to step out of my own mind and drop down into my heart when communicating with my clients. What I offer cannot easily be understood by the mind so, by staying in my heart, I can help my clients to hear their own hearts speak.

So let’s switch gears a bit and go into the Addie LeBoeuf Healing story. Tell us more about the business.
My healing practice exclusively offers energetic healing work using the tools handed down in the Lineage of King Salomon. The difference in lineage tools versus new age healings is that they have a history thousands of years of success. They are untainted by the agendas of society and individuals.

Most often, the Life Activation is the first session that I recommend to a client. The Life Activation reconnects the recipient with his or her original blueprint – Why are you here? What brings you joy? What in your life is holding you back from experiencing this joy? It will also help the client to connect more fully with his or her innate gifts. When a client is feeling apathetic or just like there could be something more to them and their life, the Life Activation is my go-to.

Other sessions that I offer include Crystal Healing, Crystal Reading, 7-Layer Egyptian Aura Healing, and Emotional Cord Cutting and Negative Energy Removal. Anyone of these sessions are sure to bring you closer to you and empower you to heal. That is an important key to this work, recognizing that you are in charge of your own healing. I will not heal you but rather, I will clear the way, cheer you on and offer you all that you need to begin the work on your own.

Where do you see your industry going over the next 5-10 years?  Any big shifts, changes, trends, etc?
Over the next 5-10 years, I see a greater overall commitment by humanity to self-knowledge and healing. As we come to know ourselves and thereby each other, we have the potential to truly create peace on Earth. We cannot continue to point fingers and blames others and then expect to feed all of the starving children and put an end to terror and war.

We are all responsible. Know yourself, create peace in your home, and then your community, and so on until the whole world is in peace. Get empowered to make changes big and small. The sessions that I offer will support you on this path.

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Nellie Durkin, Abaigeal Vergados

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