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Kartika Alexandra

Trauma Specialist

Kartika Alexandra is an Internationally recognized integrative hypnotherapist and Founder of Maja Healing.

Background & Qualifications

My background is in Psychology (Bachelor of Arts, University of British Columbia) and graduated with honours, awards, scholarships and on Dean's List.  I am also a Certified Clinical Trauma Specialist  (CCTSI), a hypnotherapist with certification by the National Guild of Hypnotists, and with specialization in various hypnotherapy processes (ranging from HypnoBirthing© to Dolores Cannon's Quantum Healing Hypnosis Therapy

With hundreds of hours of session experience, I have helped thousands of clients resolve a wide range of problems since I founded Holistic Healing Hypnosis in 2014. 

My intrigue with what makes each of one us who we are started at a very young age.  Born in the USA, I then moved to Nairobi Kenya for 4 years, and grew up in Tokyo Japan for 10 years, followed by 4 years in Jakarta Indonesia and 7 years in Vancouver Canada.  As I moved around, I was immersed in each different culture and learnt the language - I grew up speaking Swahili, Japanese and now, speak English, French and Indonesian.  I began to recognize and see how the world was experienced and understood very differently between individuals of different cultures, languages, and religions.  It totally fascinated me how culture, language and religion shape us as individuals, down to unconscious habits and day-to-day activities.  As the elements in the surrounding environment changed with each move, I also began to see how I also adapted and changed accordingly.  The question came – "Well, then… Who am I?  What makes me me?”

At the same time, I was intrigued at what created the differences between individuals within the same culture - parental styles, childhood experiences, sibling influence, etc.  This was what led me to focus on social, developmental, and cultural psychology during my Bachelor of Arts at the University of British Columbia.  I had the intention to become a clinical psychologist, yet during my last year at UBC, I realized that practicing clinical psychology would be too structured and not comprehensive enough for me at the time.   Instead, after graduating with my Bachelor in psychology, I committed to learn more about the total human experience.  I committed to learn how our human experience affects our overall state of happiness and health - physically, emotionally, spiritually, mentally, socially  - all while I devoted time to follow my heart's joy, explore my own truth, and aim to increase in self-understanding and experience. 

I dove into experiences I never previously would have encountered and pushed myself on physical, emotional, spiritual, social and mental levels on the basis of challenging myself, for self-growth and facing my own fears and discomforts.  I travelled extensively, and simultaneously started an international business where I could maintain my lifestyle of travelling, countering any monotony I could.  It gave me experiences and learning curves that demanded growth, and moments where I could implement, test, and refine the knowledge that I had accumulated about human existence, happiness, and behavior. 

Currently, I am based between Bali, Jakarta, Vancouver and Zurich.  I travel frequently within Asia and Europe.  Between scuba diving in Indonesia and skiing in Canada, I can be found exploring the cities and nature in surrounding areas, drinking coffee, away on silent meditation retreats, crossfit-ting, and exchanging ideas and knowledge over delicious meals. 

During that time, my understanding of self, others and life grew immensely.  It was no easy task to face myself, but as I did, I recognized that to help people in the best way that I possibly can, it is of such crucial importance to me to not just accumulate the necessary knowledge in form of methods or techniques, but to also dive first hand into experiencing my own continuous personal development, to be comfortable and empowered in my own skin, remove internal blocks and triggers, break down and adjust beliefs & thoughts that I have of the world and myself, and to undergo the tremendous power of personal self-healing, as arduous as it may.

In essence, my aim became to see reality as it is and not as it may be convenient for me, or based on my past experiences.  It is from this foundation of self-development, growth, healing, and intention to live a happier and healthier life that the H.H.Hypnosis practice was born.

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Kartika Alexandra videos

Building Boundaries & Relationships

With Kartika Alexandra

Boundaries & Relationships

In this video you will learn how to improve relationships with others, with nature, and with yourself. Kartika Alexandra will take you step-by-step to open your mind to changing and connecting with your true self. She will lead you in getting beyond roles to reach your true authentic self. You may choose a specific relationship with a person or group that you would like to improve. By learning how to express your true feelings, your relationships will be more nourishing and flexible. You will be able to set healthy boundaries with this more authentic way of being.

11 min Guided Meditation

Coping with Anxiety

With Kartika Alexandra

Anxiety or Persistent Fear

Anxiety can feel like it comes out of nowhere and takes hold. In this video, Kartika Alexandra will take you through a special holistic practice to deal with anxiety. This practice works on several levels, dealing with the body, breathing, and emotional, verbal, and mental aspects. Kartika Alexandra will guide you to locate anxiety in your body and how to release it. Through breathing and speaking about your anxiety, you will release it and experience a calmer state.. You will feel supported throughout this exercise so you can let go of emotions and worries that are stuck within you.

16 min Integrative Breath Work

Coping with Depression

With Kartika Alexandra

Depression or Hopelessness

If you are suffering from depression and stuck feelings from a past traumatic event, this video will help you take four steps to reconnect with yourself so you can go forward in life. First, you will acknowledge your feelings, without judging or trying to push them away. Then you will identify your needs, simplify what to do, and connect with who you truly are. This practice can release unconscious and unconscious emotions that have been holding you back and making you feel depressed. Accept the feelings but understand and believe that they do not determine your future. You can release them with this practice. You can do it whenever you are feeling hopeless and lose a sense of purpose. When you allow yourself to identify what you need and take action, you will attain the freedom to create the life you want.

7 min Guided Meditation