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High-Powered Family Lawyer Opens Up About How She Moonlights As A Sexual Energy Healer

Sunni is a tantric energy healer (Au Courag/PA Real Life)

Sunni Joy was inspired to use her gift to help others in 2017, after healing her former partner's injured knee using “positive affirmation."

During the day she is a family lawyer, at night she is a sexual energy healer. She said one job requires brain power and the other the "power of love," but both focus on helping people.

Joy started giving 15 minute sessions online last year, charging $40 per session, and now hopes to quit law by the end of the year to heal full-time.

“I guess I've always wanted to help people, which is why, after passing the bar exams in 1997, I went into family law," she said.

“But being a lawyer is a very conservative job and I want to help people in a more spiritual way. I wasn't sure how to do that until my former partner injured his knee. It all happened very intuitively."

“We were sitting on the sofa and he was complaining, so I placed my hands on it and started repeating positive affirmations."

Sunni performs healing sessions online (PA Real Life/Collect)

“I really just gave my love to his knee. I said, 'I love you, knee. Please get better, knee,' and 'You're going to heal, knee,'" she continued.

“I couldn't believe it when he told me the pain had pretty much gone. It really resonated with me. I was clearly some kind of healer, but it wasn't until a year or so later that I realized I was a sexual healer, after being introduced to certain techniques by a fellow practitioner."

Sunni performs healing sessions online (PA Real Life/Collect)

Joy now has five regular clients who trust in her healing powers to alleviate everything from stress and anxiety to physical ailments and creative blocks.

“I make about $500 a month doing this part-time, but I'm hoping by the end of the year to wrap up my job as a lawyer and become a full-time healer," she continued.

Sunni has been using meditation to relieve her own stress since 2010.

“Modern life demands a lot of self-care and self-help. Without it we just can't get by," she said. "After 10 years in the legal field, I started practicing meditation in order to step back from the stress of my job and re-focus my centre."

“I taught myself a lot of the basics. I read a lot of books published by Hay House, who specializes in texts about self-transformation."

Sunni is a tantric energy healer (PA Real Life/Collect)

But it was her experience treating her former partner's knee that made her realize her own potential as a tantric healer, a form of hands-on healing.

“It was a real light bulb moment that helped me embrace energy to help other people," she said.

“Everything became clear and transformed. In that moment, I realized the power of love."

Sunni's studio (PA Real Life/Collect)

“Our suffering really does come from our own thoughts," she said.

Six months later, at the start of 2018, after a chance meeting with a stranger, Sunni also realized the sexual nature of her healing powers.

“I love dancing and one night this guy slid into my space and we made a real connection," she said.

Sunni is a family lawyer by day (PA Real Life/Collect)

“It turns out he was a healer, which is why we were so drawn to each other," she said.

“He invited me round to his studio one day, where he placed his hands over different parts of my body – without touching – and started thinking positive affirmations."

“It was so intense and powerful that I reached a sexual climax – which wasn't his intention."

She needed to take that next step.

“He told me I clearly had a deep connection with my sexual energy, I just needed to learn how to tap into it," she said.

Explaining how she learned about the seven “sexual energy" points in the human body, Joy soon started incorporating her newfound knowledge into her tantric healing.

“We have energy centers that run from the crown of our head to the bottom of our genitals," she said.

Sunni used positive affirmations to help others (PA Real Life/Collect)

“You can tap into that energy with hands and move that energy around," she said.

“The key is to believe what you're doing at the time."

Initially charging $75 for an hour-long session, Joy devoted five hours a week to her tantric healing work.

Sunni used positive affirmations to help others (PA Real Life/Collect)

Tapping into her clients' energy centers, she was soon making $500 a month from the extra work.

“I haven't told many people what I do, but the friends, family and colleagues that do know have been nothing but supportive. I've even performed a few sessions for them," she said.

Now the only thing holding her back from becoming a full-time healer is the pandemic.

Sunni used positive affirmations to help others (PA Real Life/Collect)

“Currently I'm just doing sessions online," she said, explaining how she connects with her clients using video calling. “I charge $160 per hour or people can pay in 15- minute increments, at $40."

“I ask the client what their hopes and desires are from the session and have helped with everything from anxiety to artistic block. Then I do a sensual dance and focus on connecting my sexual energy with theirs."

She wants to help people manifest their dreams.

“I send my loving energy to them in order to help them manifest their dreams. Sometimes, that can result in a sexual climax for me or them, but not every time. I never touch myself though, it's all about energy and nothing else."

Sunni is a tantric energy healer (PA Real Life/Collect)

“I just join with the universe and feel the vibrations," she said.

Hoping to encourage others to “tap into their sexual energy," Joy believes everybody has the power to control their own fate.

“I love what I do and I just hope that I can encourage other people to embrace their true self and be free to live their life fearlessly," she said.

Sunni performs healing sessions online (PA Real Life/Collect)

“I see myself as a sexual goddess, helping others find their sexual awakening," she said.