Welcome to a space of transformation. My name is Karolina, your certified Hypnotherapist and RTT Practitioner.

Imagine a life where anxiety crumbles, weight finds balance, fears are conquered, and sports performance soars. Together, let’s bring that imagination to life. Your transformational story begins here!

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Unlock your true potential through the transformative process of self-discovery.

Both therapy and hypnotherapy offer unique approaches to personal growth and healing. They can be tailored to individual needs and goals, providing support and guidance on the journey towards self-improvement and well-being.

A Powerful Therapeutic
Approach for Positive Changes

Aikyam Healing is a company that uses Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) to reprogram subconscious beliefs and patterns, aiming to bring harmony between the conscious and subconscious mind.

The name “Aikyam” means unity or harmony. At Aikyam Healing, Karolina is an RTT® practitioner and certified hypnotherapist by the School of Rapid Transformational Therapy.

Why embark on your healing journey with Karolina?

Karolina’s unique blend of experience in the tech industry, teaching expertise, and a deep understanding of various cultures as well as her deep passion for subconscious mind techniques, breathwork, and shadow work make her the perfect guide for women from all backgrounds who are struggling with subconscious blocks.

Her experience working with individuals facing trauma, anxiety and other health issues, along with her commitment to facilitating transformative change, empowers her clients to embrace their full potential and lead fulfilling lives.

Who can use RTT and what are the use cases?

RTT is an amalgamation of hypnotherapy, neuro-linguistic programming (NLP), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), and psychotherapy. RTT aims to bring about rapid and lasting change by accessing the subconscious mind to address and reframe deep-seated beliefs and thought patterns.

Here are some common uses and applications of RTT:

  • Behavioural Change: RTT is often used to address and change specific behaviours or habits, such as smoking cessation, weight management, or phobias.
  • Emotional Healing: It helps individuals explore and address underlying emotional issues, trauma, or past experiences that might be affecting their current mental well-being.
  • Improving Confidence and Self-Esteem: RTT sessions often focus on boosting self-confidence and improving self-esteem by addressing subconscious beliefs and thought patterns.
  • Performance Enhancement: It’s used by athletes, performers, and professionals to enhance performance, overcome mental blocks, and achieve their goals.
  • Managing Stress and Anxiety: RTT techniques can help individuals manage stress, anxiety, and other psychological challenges by uncovering and reframing the root causes.
  • Relationship Issues: Some practitioners use RTT to address relationship issues by working on underlying beliefs and patterns that affect one’s relationships.

What should I expect from a session?

I will help you reach a deeply relaxed state to enable you to focus on past events. We will work together to uncover the meaning and interpretation you created at the time and the beliefs you formed as a result. You can then move on to reframe the way you look at the past from your adult perspective today.

Once that has been achieved, we will focus on creating new, positive beliefs. This will be reinforced with a personalized audio for you to listen to for 21-30 days to establish beneficial change going forward.

How is RTTⓇ different from other therapies?

RTTⓇ helps the client uncover the root cause of why they feel the way they do. Unlike other therapies which focus on the issue or challenge, RTTⓇ helps the client discover the origin of the beliefs and behaviors  that have led to their issue. Using a unique set of tools and techniques, RTTⓇ supports the client in transforming their current issue and moving forward with a new set of more beneficial and positive beliefs.

RTT® embraces many of the positive aspects of hypnosis and hypnotherapy that are known to produce a transformative effect on clients. However, the RTT® method goes beyond traditional hypnotherapy by diagnosing what works best with clients to build a new, highly effective therapeutic approach.

What is Rapid Transformational Therapy?

RTT® is a therapeutic approach that uses powerful, evidence-based techniques to provide people with the tools they need to make positive change.

The roots of RTT® are drawn from within areas of traditional psychotherapy such as gestalt, solution-focused and cognitive behavioral therapy, hypnotherapy and mindfulness.

Its personalized approach works with clients to help them reframe any negative beliefs, values, habits and emotions – many of which they have carried with them since childhood.

Transformational Therapy
Plans and Pricing

Each session has a duration of 90-120 minutes and includes a bespoke transformational recording to listen for 21 consecutive days and 3 follow- up check- ins on the 1st, 10th and 21st day.

Schedule a Free Discovery Call (up to 30 minutes) to learn more!
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Explore our curated collection of affirmation cards designed to illuminate the power of your subconscious mind. Each card holds a motivational quote, guiding you to tap into your inner potential. With practical exercises that seamlessly blend fun and intelligence, these cards inspire action and practical applications. Join us in this inviting space where lightness meets depth and transformation meets playfulness. Together, let’s unlock the incredible power of your mind. Dive in, explore, and awaken the force within!

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The subconscious mind is the memory repository for the conscious mind. Being automatic, it reproduces good and bad memories equally. Hence the subconscious mind must be trained through the conscious mind.

Paramahansa Yogananda
Paramahansa Yogananda

Empowering Exercise:

Rewrite your bad memories. Take a pen and a piece of paper and change the memory, imagine how it could be interupted differently and for the highest good of everyone involved. Alternatively, imagine all the good things that came out of this memory, lessons learnt and the experience gained.

Can you imagine yourself in 10 years if instead of avoiding the things you know you should do, you actually did them every single day—that’s powerful.

Jordan Peterson

Empowering Exercise:

Close your eyes and imagine yourself in 10 years as a result of everything you want to accomplish. See yourself clearly and engage in a dialogue. What would this future version of yourself advise you?

Don’t underestimate the power of vision and direction. These are irresistible forces, able to transform what might appear to be unconquerable obstacles into expanding opportunities

Jordan Peterson

Empowering Exercise:

Imagine you are on a boat in the middle of an ocean. Feel the wind blowing and waves gently guiding your boat. Imagine that you are holding the map and the compas and that the ocean’s waves and the wind are supporting you in reaching your destination. Every time you’re off track they are guiding you back on the right track.

The best way to predict your future, is to create it

Abraham Lincoln

Empowering Exercise:

Imagine you have a crystal ball. Now imagine this crystal ball is the screen for all your dreams: what dreams do you see coming to fruition this year? In 3 years? In 10 years?

Your subconscious mind makes all your words and actions fit a pattern consistent with your self-concept and your innermost beliefs about yourself.

Brian Tracy

Empowering Exercise:

Close your eyes, envision a transformative journey where you shed limiting beliefs, embracing a vivid image of your empowered self, surrounded by positivity and success, anchoring this newfound confidence through regular visualization.

The starting point of all achievement is DESIRE. Keep this constantly in mind. Weak desire brings weak results, just as a small fire makes a small amount of heat

Napoleon Hill

Empowering Exercise:

What makes your heart tick? Did you stop prioritising your passions, hobbies? Do you listen to your heart and soul when making a choice? Sit down quietly for 10 minutes and think about all the things that have ever inspired you since you were a kid. How can you weave into your daily routine some of those big or small passion of yours?

The greatest mistake a man can make is to be afraid of making one

Maxwell Maltz

Empowering Exercise:

What would I try if I had no fear? What am I currently afraid of? Close your eyes and imagine a coach, a guide, a cheerleader. Imagine this person is encouraging you saying everything you need to hear to overcome the fear. What words do you hear them saying?

If you make friends with yourself, you’ll never be alone.”

Maxwell Maltz

Empowering Exercise:

Today make a list of all the things you are proud of and you like about yourself. Write down at least 50 things and keep going. Keep on expanding the list for the next 3 days. Be kind to yourself.

Your mind can grasp intellectual ideas but it is in the feeling where the transformation takes place

Stephen Richards

Empowering Exercise:

Close your eyes and imagine a stairway leading from your head to your heart. As you breathe in and breathe out, imagine you go downstairs until you find yourself in the space of your heart. Think about a person, animal, place or activity you love and makes you feel elated. Stay with this feeling for several minutes. Now imagine this feeling fills you from inside and starts pouring out to the world around you. Stay with this feeling for several meeting. Gently open your eyes.

Your word is your wand. The words you speak create your own destiny

Florence Scovel Shin

Empowering Exercise:

Do you hold back kind words to yourself or others? Today start saying more and more of which feels true and is kind, true and empowering. To yourself and others.

The only limits in our life are those we impose on ourselves

Bob Proctor

Empowering Exercise:

Write a list of 5 things you desire to express in this lifetime. Are you on track with all of them? What stops you? Write down what seems to be a perceived obstacle and then think about the consecuences of not doing that at all.

Whether you think you can or can’t, either way, you are right

Henry Ford

Empowering Exercise:

Ask yourself if there is anything in your life you do just because you think you should and not because you truly want to. See how often today in you can replace saying “I should” with “I want to” or “I choose..”. Observe how you feel when you use “want” and “choose” vs “should”.

Thoughts become things. If you see it in your mind, you will hold it in your hand

Bob Proctor

Empowering Exercise:

Imagine a magic mirror in front of you, imagine it reflects back all the best qualities you already have and want to express, see yourself acting in accordance with those qualities.

When we stop doubting, and start believing in our new life, we start behaving as if it’s possible and we ultimately become it

Dr. Joe Dispenza

Empowering Exercise:

Examine your adverse experiences closely: What lessons were gained? How did these experiences contribute to your personal growth? Reflect on the qualities you acquired as a result of navigating through challenging circumstances.

The ‘self-image’ is the key to human personality and human behaviour. Change the self image and you change the personality and the behaviour.

Maxwell Maltz

Empowering Exercise:

Do something new, something outside of your comfort zone. Identity is malleable and we are constantly shaping who we are by challenging our boundaries and fixed ideas and beliefs about ourselves.

Your nervous system cannot tell the difference between an imagined experience and a ‘real’ experience.

Maxwell Maltz

Empowering Exercise:

Reflect upon your sources of inspiration, considering qualities, behaviors, and achievements. Cultivate an awareness of the emotions associated with these qualities and envision embodying them.

Contemplate the prospect of already being the person you aspire to become—ponder the adjustments in your walk, talk, lifestyle, and responses.

Dedicate 10 minutes to immerse yourself in the experience of embodying these transformative qualities.

Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.

Martin Luther King Jr

Empowering Exercise:

Think about all the things that you both appreciate and that trigger you in others. Reflect how you yourself may exhibit the same qualities.

When you know and believe you are enough you don’t need more. When you feel and believe you are not enough you will always want more

Marisa Peer

Empowering Exercise:

For the next 21 days on a daily basis repeat I AM ENOUGH write it on the mirror, set up as a reminder in your phone, write it down on your sticky notes.

If you believe it will work out , you’ll see opportunities. If you believe it won’t you will see obstacles.

Wayne Dyer

Empowering Exercise:

Find 10 minutes to close your eyes and observe your thoughts. Catch yourself as soon as you realise you’re thinking a negative thought and switch it to something you appreciate instead.

When we truly recognize that our beliefs are that powerful-we hold the key to freedom

Bruce Lipton

Empowering Exercise:

Imagine your Future Self: start engaging with your future self by asking how it feels to be where your future self is. Ask for guidance or encouragement.

Keep your mind fixed on what you want in life: not on what you don’t want.

Napoleon Hill

Empowering Exercise:

First thing in the morning, imagine the most important outcomes you want to achieve during the day. See yourself reacting, engaging, thinking and behaving in a new way, in a way that will guide you to your dreams and desires.

Nothing comes from without; all things come from within – from the subconscious

Neville Goddard

Empowering Exercise:

Count your blessings. Focus your attention on what you are grateful for. Create a list of 10 things, as small as they may seem and 10 other things that you are grateful for in advance.

Where the mind goes energy flows

Ernest Holmes

Empowering Exercise:

Before going to sleep, review your day and imagine different outcomes to the things that did not go quite the way you wanted.

How would you respond differently?

See yourself doing, saying something to ensure a more desired outcome

Until you make the unconscious conscious, it will direct your life and you will call it fate

Carl Jung

Empowering Exercise:

Think about all the lessons you have learnt from others that have shaped you. What is that you mostly heard from your family, friends, culture? Write down or think how those convinctions, belief systems and philophies shaped your life till now.

Do you find them all useful? Or is it time to separate that which helps you from that which stops you?

Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited, imagination encircles the world

Albert Einstein

Empowering Exercise:

Close your eyes and imagine you have realised your full potential: observe how you are acting, what surrounds you and how you are feeling.

Engage all the senses. Open your eyes? Write down how your life would look like if you expressed your full potential. Also, write down what you think stops you from actualizing this potential.

One of the rules of the mind is that feelings will always overcome logic as they are so much more powerful

Marisa Peer

Empowering Exercise:

Start journaling. For the next 2-3 days find a moment to write down how you feel to find the patterns in your most frequent emotions and feelings. This will increase your level of awareness. As a next step, start writing how you would like to feel instead in these situations that trigger you and what you want to feel more of.

Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony

Mahatma Gandhi

Empowering Exercise:

Today make a commitment to align what you think, say and do. At the end of the day, write down your observations. What did you discover?

The words you hear shape you, but the most important words you’ll ever hear in your entire life are the words you say to yourself

Marisa Peer

Empowering Exercise:

Spend at least 10-15 minutes with eyes closed paying attention to how you talk to yourself. Are you harsh to yourself? Are you judging yourself? Identify the inner critic and write down 5-10 empowering statements to use instead. Be kind to yourself from now on.

Your words make your reality. If you don’t like your reality, change your words

Marisa Peer

Empowering Exercise:

Observe what limiting beliefs you express by saying “I can’t afford”, “I won’t be able to do it”, “If only I was…”, etc Now create a list of new empowering words and start interjecting them every day replacing the old self limiting statements.

A mental picture is worth a thousand words. Your subconscious will bring to pass any picture held in the mind backed by faith

Dr Joseph Murphy

Empowering Exercise:

Imagine a magic mirror in front of you, see in it everything that you wish to manifest in your reality. Make it vivid, full of details, engage all your senses. Do it everyday for 21 days.

The subconscious mind is ruled by suggestion, it accepts all suggestions – it does not argue with you – it fulfils your wishes.

Dr Joseph Murphy

Empowering Exercise:

Count your blessings. Focus your attention on what you are grateful for. Create a list of 10 things, as small as they may seem that you are grateful for.

The mind moves in the direction of our currently dominant thoughts

Earl Nightingale

Empowering Exercise:

Catch yourself as soon as you realise you’re thinking a negative thought and switch it to something you appreciate instead.

Whatever we plant in our subconscious mind and nourish with repetition and emotion will one day become a reality.

Earl Nightingale

Empowering Exercise:

On a piece of paper, articulate a goal you aspire to achieve, expressing it in the present tense with positive statements, as if it’s already a part of your life.

Close your eyes and vividly visualize a scene related to your desire, engaging all your senses.

Replay this scene repeatedly until you feel a deep sense of satisfaction.