Are things getting serious for Gwyneth and Brad? Paltrow has his sister Aimee Falchuk’s theory of blocked energy prominently featured on her lifestyle site, GOOP. Click through the gallery to read the outrageous advice she gives to readers.
Park Avenue Princess Paltrow, 43, rarely speaks about her boyfriend, Brad Falchuck, but she used her website GOOP to shill for his therapist sibling, who helps people removed their “blocked energy.”
Aimee Falchuk, a New York-based therapist, penned a Paltrow-inspired essay on GOOP. “In my practice I work with energy blocks and the restoration of energetic integrity,” she described to Paltrow’s loyal readers
Without noting that it was her boyfriend’s sister, Paltrow described Falchuk’s theory of where “low energy” days come from, writing that she “believes that our energetic systems might very well be impacted by physical, emotional, and cognitive blocks we’ve picked up from childhood.”
Paltrow’s possible future sister-in-law explained her philosophy: “All we need to understand energy is to get quiet and feel into ourselves or our surroundings."
“For example, when we feel present, our energy is grounded,” she continued. “ hen we feel attraction or repulsion, we may feel an energetic charge; when we laugh or cry, we may feel a discharge of our energy.”
The Country Strong star’s promotion of Brad’s sister may have been a sign of a future together. “I believe in marriage,” she said just before her divorce from Chris Martin was finalized.
Paltrow has touted everything from vaginal steaming to conscious uncoupling on her site, and refuses to try to tone it down and relate to the average woman. “I am who I am,” she told Elle UK. “I can’t pretend to be somebody who makes $25,000 a year.”