Welcome to X-Men: Disabilities or Abilities?

Access consciousness has a very different point of view about so-called ‘disabilities’.

What if autism, OCD, ADD and ADHD are abilities?

What if it is easier than you can imagine to change the symptoms of insanity, paranoid schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, post traumatic stress disorder and panic attacks with nervous breakdowns?

What if life threatening diseases like cancer, diabetes and more can be changed with simple processes and tools?

Evidence is now coming forth that the labeled people of the world may have abilities and we need to explore these not judge.

This is the invitation to the access X-Men body of work.

In Access we affectionately call these people X-Men.

They actually have brilliant abilities in lots of different areas that can sometimes go unnoticed, or even be hidden away for years.

Is it time to discover what those capacities are? What would it be like to learn the language these people are speaking rather than get them to be more like us?

​What if the X-Men (or you!) are just the beginning of what else could be possible on the planet?

This is a 2 day class.
Prerequestite the Access Foundation Class

Dates: 6 & 7 October 2018
Location: The Netherlands, to be announced


Let me introduce Jeni

Jeni Be is an Access Consciousness® Certified Facilitator and a Psychotherapist who has been working with clients for over 27 years.

Jeni’s story

“My parents would say that I have always been different.
I was hospitalised  before  i was 2 years old with severe allergies,  didn’t start talking till I was 4, and before “on the spectrum” was something society excepted , I was labeled as sensitive, cognitively slow and hyper… or to put it in to another way,  “different”.

My sensitivities created problems. I struggled with one illness after another and eventually was diagnosed with M.E. suffering fatigue, depression, and had a lot of pain in my body. I followed the western medical route , until I became totally fed up with the amount of pills I was taking. The side effects they created sometimes were worse than the pain I was trying to change. I knew there had to be something else that would work for me so I trained in coaching, counselling and various hands-on alternative health techniques.  They all helped short term, always though after a time I came back to the usual cycles of pain , illness, and emotional liability. I kept searching. When I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis I felt like i hit a wall . With Access Consciousness tools, Bars  and Body Processes  I then found a way around it, into discovering more of what else was possible for me and my body.

Even with my own in-depth struggle with Multiple sclerosis , I have strived to create more possibilities. I have  worked with the MS society and created different programs for people to manage and over come their disabling long term illnesses. I have worked with groups, couples, families, and individuals to support them in their process. I have a passion to help others and to give them tools that can change their lives.

I have worked in GP’s surgeries and hospitals. My psychotherapy background allowed me to work and specialize with a vast array of illnesses such as depression, anxiety, OCD, grief, eating disorders, IVF , cancer ,  terminal  illness and death.  Working in a Private Hospital in the Psychiatric Unit  for 5 years i taught 6 week long running programmes helping many labelled as OCD, Bipolar, manic / clinical  depression  and anxiety.

All these experiences have lead me to where I am now, I am so grateful for all of them. Even though its been a difficult path at times for me with illness , these life experiences have given me the strength and the knowing that there are other possibilities. Truly acknowledging that I am greater than any diagnosis, and thatI have a joy and gift that I can facilitate others to do the same.

Using the tools of Access Consciousness®, have given me some of the most dynamic change in my life.  For me to acknowledge who I really am and that I have a gift to share with the world.  That my differences are not wrong, they are actually a strength.  I discuss more of  this journey in my Introduction to Access Talks and Classes.

I would like to invite you to a world of joy and excitement to be alive. Something that you may have always dreamt was possible but never knew could truly exist.  

What would you like to explore … ?”