Dr Graham Crook
M.B. Ch.B. M.R.C.P.(UK)
Consultant in General Medicine & Chest Medicine
Reiki & Karuna Master,
SKHM Teacher



All Love/SKHM: a unique healing system



What is SKHM?

History of All Love / SKHM



What happens in a workshop?


Enlightenment Activation



Interview with Patrick Zeigler


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Patrick Zeigler Founder of the All Love / SKHM system
Graham and Teresa have explored the world of SKHM to a depth that few have been able to achieve, and, most importantly, they have been able to share their experience with others through their words in the most beautiful way. Those who read about their experience will be initiated in a journey of the heart. I highly recommend allowing yourself to experience that journey.
Vicky Barnes, Teacher,
SKHM Teacher
Firstly, for anyone considering attending a class in Malaga, Spain from the UK, I can highly recommend the experience - go for it! With many fantastic deals on flights and a flight time from Bristol of 2 hours 25 minutes, Malaga is easily accessible. Graham and Teresa are wonderful hosts, providing a very safe and supportive space for the class. Graham speaks Spanish fluently and does an admirable job of translating, helping everyone to feel more at home. For me personally it was such a treat. The opportunity to bond with such a great bunch and to share in their healing process, combined with the idyllic location with breath-taking views of the Mediterranean Sea, really helped to make this a memorable trip. Thank you!
Marcus Vinnicombe, Hypnotherapist, SKHM Teacher
From a hypnotherapist’s point of view, at the workshop, I was witnessing around me people getting to places in a matter of a few hours, that under normal circumstances could take months to arrive at.
Every tear you cry in an All Love session is like a million you’ve cried in the past without ever getting to the real source of the pain.
Katja Kaiser, Office Manager. SKHM Teacher
The workshop definitively changed my life. It gave me the opportunity to come in contact with my deeper emotions, and to work out emotional blocks for myself. I was able to forgive people who had hurt me, and to heal an important part of my inner being. Finally I was crying because of such happiness, being grateful to the Universe for giving me the opportunity to experience a love that I had never felt before; to love and accept myself, and to give and receive love from everyone around me. I felt like a
new person

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Pedro: ‘My wife and I didn’t experience an initiation, we don’t know why, but nevertheless I would like to make it clear that for me, the feeling of love and union within the group from the first moment was something marvellous.’

Pilar: ‘For me this has been a really powerful experience beyond what I thought possible in 2 days. I would like to deeply thank everyone who was there, those who supported me and those that let me support them. And above all, thanks to the Universe for having given me this opportunity to find myself and reconcile myself with what is inside me.’

Everyone responds to the SKHM energy differently. For some people, there is a very peaceful and intense experience of joy. For others, as the energy comes in, it hits areas of tension or blockage, where painful emotions or memories are held within the body. The energy helps these blockages to shift, and the pain to be released.

Katja: ‘In the workshop, I felt a union with the universe, and saw a bright, pure, divine light coming down and surrounding me. My whole body was filled by this brilliant light, and I felt as if I was floating and flying, being connected to the earth by my feet and to heaven by my head.
It was a wonderful and peaceful moment, and it was as if the universe were showing me the path to release the emotional blocks, how to liberate my body and soul of all the emotions accumulated in years. The energy was touching deeper and deeper levels, and I was able to cry, to let go of the tears

The act of opening oneself to the energy, and allowing it to enter, may be enough to enable that pain to be transformed and healed. More often, though, the person feels a sudden surge of intensely upsetting or disturbing emotions, and needs help to be able to express them.

Silvia: ‘I have to thank the group of Masters there; Patrick, Michael, Graham and Teresa who made me feel protected amongst so much fear, pain, shame and sadness. And of course those others who helped, giving me their support, and caring.’

Various techniques are used in SKHM classes to assist people in this process of bringing buried painful feelings to the surface.

Expressing pain is just one part of healing. It is the vital first step. For some people, who have held that pain deep within for a long time, it can take a lot of effort and work to even begin to express it. Many of us find it difficult to get in contact with our emotions. We just don’t know how. Some have become so used to pushing them out of their conscious awareness that they have difficulty feeling anything at all; they become numb, in an attempt to protect themselves from further suffering.

Focussing into the body, allowing oneself to feel what sensations and tensions exist in particular areas of the body, is an important technique for becoming more aware of one’s inner reality. Breathing into that area, sending sound vibrations into it, and allowing the part of the body to make its own sounds, are all powerful ways of shifting emotional energy. Once a person brings his consciousness fully to the area that is holding emotional pain, s/he can feel what’s truly there.

Silvia: ‘One of the Masters came to me and I am sure that he knew that there was still something to come out. I began to feel menaced again, frightened and I hit him, it was only for a moment, but I felt awful. I have never been aggressive and have never hit anyone. I tried to run away, to find a corner, I felt really ashamed. They brought me down to the floor again and I felt I was shrinking again and crying, but that ended when Graham hugged me.’

Crying, shouting, or screaming often occurs within a SKHM workshop, as people are suddenly able to express what exists inside themselves. Again, this can be disturbing for people who are used to strictly containing their emotions and upset. But for each individual, the feelings of others act as a trigger for his or her own feelings. It can be extremely enlightening to find out why you are affected in some way by someone else’s emotion – it often means that somewhere, within yourself, that same emotion is waiting to be expressed. A kind of knock-on effect can occur, where various people are each triggering other people’s unresolved emotional issues. This is one reason why emotional processing within a group setting can be so powerful.

Likewise, feelings of joy and love that are experienced as the energy comes in are also magnified many times. The group energy is far stronger than each individual could experience alone. As Patrick writes: ‘The energy increases exponentially with each person present in the group.’

Expressing pain is the first step towards healing it, but an understanding of the origin of those feelings is also necessary. Once feelings have been acknowledged and expressed, they need to be explored. The next stage therefore is to help the person to find the meaning of that pain, when and how it first arose, what personal significance it has for the individual.

Graham: ‘I was helping someone, and I suddenly felt the pain in her heart, and I started to cry, partly for her, and partly for me. Then I lay on the floor, and started sobbing and my body started to jerk uncontrollably. I became aware that I was feeling upset because a close friend of mine was going back to England, but then I realised that the sense of loss was also related to the death of my father many years ago. In both situations, I was feeling that they were about to leave me and I felt helpless to do anything about it.

Tracing present emotions back to their origins in the past is the most difficult part of emotional processing work, and the one that requires the most skill on the part of the facilitator. It involves setting up a conscious verbal dialogue with the felt pain, so that the pain of the present can be followed back to its roots in the past. As with any body-centred psychotherapeutic technique, it takes a lot of practice.

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