Services we offer
If you can visit Leichhardt in New South Wales, then you can see us in person.
If you are located interstate or overseas then Skype is another great option.
Included with every Nondual and Skype Session, they also can be purchased separately.
Nondual therapy sessions are held at the Earheart Self Centre located in Leichhardt, New South Wales – Australia.
In-person sessions are available with Brad Mills, who is a Psychotherapist and Counsellor, with over eighteen years of experience working in this field.
Nondual sessions can provide faster results and breakthroughs (when compared to conventional therapy), for a wide range of issues including:
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Nondual Skype sessions provide the same benefits as a regular session, no matter where you live in the world.
All you need is Internet access and the Skype App on your smart device or computer to communicate with us.
Skype sessions are available with Brad Mills, who has advanced diplomas in counselling and self-psychology, he has been working in this field for over 18 years.
Nondual Skype sessions can provide quicker results and breakthroughs (in contrast to conventional therapy), for a broad range of issues including:
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Enneagram Tests and Reports
The Enneagram of Personality or Enneagram for short, has a history that dates back 1000’s of years.
There are nine different personality types in the system, one of which is your main type. Finding out your type can provide great insights into yourself and your interactions with others.
All reports are hand assembled, with detailed diagrams and over 19 pages of comprehensive information.
Enneagram reports are included with every Nondual or Skype session. They can also be purchased separately as well.
Some of the benefits that an Ennegram report can provide include:
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Non Duality and Addictions – Uncovery vs Recovery
There is a commonly heard phrase, referring to addiction and substance abuse: “First of all one has to admit to a problem before one can begin to do anything about it”.
So when one begins “Doing” something about “It”, when does one stop “Doing” something about “It”.
Isn’t addiction “Doing” something about “It”. The “It”, in this case, the medicines and behaviours we keep “Doing” in order to avoid “It”, the memory or wounding of the “Initial Trauma”.
So why do we keep Doing Re-Covery and not Uncover the I.T. – Infinite Truth. Why do we keep re-covering the same ground and keep the story of my historical thinking and behaviour alive and well in the present moment…