So, what is nondual therapy and where does nondual therapy come from? Nondual therapy is inspired by the nondual spiritual traditions, such as Taoism, Advaita Vedanta, and Buddhism. Nondual therapy isn’t, however, a religious modality and anyone can benefit. Psychospiritual in nature, it assists people from all walks of life on their full-spectrum path of spirituality and healing.

Many experiences take place from birth where we disconnect from ourselves, from our worth, and from the here-and-now. Nondual therapy sessions can help you uncover and express your authenticity by unravelling or softening painful experiences and self-concepts to allow your truth to speak for itself.

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Nic Higham is the author of ‘Living the Life That You Are: Finding Wholeness When You Feel Lost, Isolated, and Afraid’. He is based in Leicester, UK where he offers nondual therapy and coaching based on the teaching of Nisargadatta Maharaj (Nisarga Yoga).