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Feeding Your Demons

‘Feeding your Demons’ is a powerful therapeutic guided meditation practice created by the acclaimed Lama Tsultrim Allione, a female american Tibetan-Lama. This transformative process is experienced as a guided visualisation where ‘shadow’ and ‘light’ energy within the human psyche is envisaged as ‘Demon’ and ‘Ally’.

A Feeding Your Demons session will begin with the participant connecting with any issue that may be draining their energy (a thought, feeling, sensation or memory), and engaging with it in the body. When they have a sense of their physical sensations relating to this issue, they visualise this energy moving out of their body and imagine it as a being or ‘Demon’ before them.

As the process continues, they ‘sit in the Demon’s shoes’ and find out what its’ deeper needs are. Then gradually the need of this being is met by a method of ‘feeding’ it with energy, until it reaches its own place of resolution, at which point it can and does transform quite spontaneously into positive energy, which may then take the form of an ‘Ally’. At this point, a new dialogue is established with the Ally, who becomes a conduit for love, support and liberation from the original issue.

In this work any resistance to the ‘Demon’ is dissolved. Not only is the Demon welcomed, but its needs are identified and met which allows it to transform. In this way ‘Feeding Your Demons’ is a deeply alchemical process that can help us to access the disconnected parts of ourselves and transform them into the self-love and support that we need.

Feeding Your Demons sessions

£45 for one hour


“I found the Feeding Your Demons sessions profoundly healing and helpful. Riga facilitated with a strength and integrity that allowed me to feel completely safe and held, enabling me to totally trust in the process. I was astonished by the depth to which this healing took me, so simply and quickly with such long-lasting benefits. Riga is a natural healer and facilitator and was able to hold a steady and compassionate role when strong emotions arose during the process. I am so grateful both to Riga and to those who have brought this healing work through at such a crucial time of challenge and transformation in the world.”

(Anna, Sussex)