For The Love of

is a powerful experience of self-discovery that recovers the Unconditional Love buried beneath layers of emotional pain caused by substance, trauma, death, relationships.

Emotional Pain

is the “Perceived” Absence of Unconditional Love.

The Awakening

from emotional pain into love happens at an energetic level when we change our story, let go of the Payoff and bring the love from our Authentic-Self into the body of pain.

Manifesting our Authentic-Self

is the inevitable outcome of removing all that is not.  From this perspective…

We are not broken. We don’t need to be fixed.

We simply need to be uncovered.

Recover – re·cov·er \ri-kuhv-er\

to get back what was lost; to regain well-being; to return to a former and better condition; to recover one’s authentic-self.

Manifest – man·i·fest \ ˈma-nə-fest \

to reveal with clarity; to make apparent; easily perceived by the mind; obvious; commonly mistaken for create; to reveal one’s authentic-self.

Robert Bigelow - For The Love of Recovery

Having healed my past emotional pains,

I help clients do the same.

If you need help with this,

Talk to me now.

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Unconditional Love – un·con·di·tion·al \uhn-kuhn-dish-uh-nl\

not subject to any conditions; not requiring anything in return; complete without an expected response.

The emotional pain of loss of my girlfriend in 2016 left me consumed with pain. But my father had taught me to remain present with the pain. After two weeks of tears, I woke up and everything shifted into the presence of unconditional love.

Chris B.

My mother passed. One 45 min session in Borders and unconditional love freed me from all the anger and pain… Even still.

Marcy H.

My first session lead me to the tearful discovery of a hidden layer of pain that was greatly influencing my life. Healing this felt so great I’ve continued. 7 years later, a director of a recovery program, my team is using unconditional love as a primary tool.

Gregg S.

Robert Bigelow is an amazing spiritual healer and more. He has changed my life in so many ways. His gift is about releasing the pain body which we all carry with us in this life and beyond. I was able to release pain from my childhood which was impacting my present reality. I give him the highest praise and recommend him to anyone who wants to move forward into their Divine nature!

Donna Davis

I’m 27. Been to 6 treatment centers and haven’t stopped drinking for more than a few weeks in 8 years. I hate therapy and 12 step meetings because I have severe social anxiety. I started getting with Robert over 5 months ago and somehow have not drank yet and my desire to drink has gone from a 10 to a 3. He told me, find something you love or you’ll return to what you love. Turns out it’s myself that I’m starting to discover. It’s been a long time since I’ve felt hope.


I compete worldwide as a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu.  As a women, I’ve had to push myself extra hard. I learned from Robert that even though my pain was channeled in a positive manner, it still existed. Afraid of loosing my motivation to train for the next event, he said “Don’t worry, its not going anywhere.” We laughed and I held on to it until I won the competition. But then, I let it go and found peace… Thank you.


After loosing hundreds of pounds from surgery I still felt horrible about myself. I thought it would change everything. I had four sessions with Robert. Whew… No wonder I felt so depressed. I had so much pain that had nothing to do with my weight. A year later I’m happy for the first time in decades.


I had just graduated from CU Boulder and felt empty spiritually. We met by chance but I was really inspired in just a short talk. I invited him to lunch and I was amazed how my mind was opening so I asked what my next step was. Heal your emotional pain he said. I shut down and ghosted him because I did not want to reveal something. I called him a year later and asked for help, which he kindly did. I healed my secret pain. Thanks for not giving up on me and I’m happy to write this for you.


This didn’t work for me. I’m so frickin angry that I can’t even begin to think about my emotional pain much less love and forgiveness. It is hard and I don’t want to do it. Robert asked me to write my feelings. I’m doing it because I know he genuinely cares for me in spite of my anger. Thanks for being a friend, maybe someday?


Thought is the Mind’s Way of Translating Energy into Language.