- Friday, 24 June 2016
This post is really about my musings of what is happening in our lives, with our family and our healing work.
Did you have a plan for your life after school? I did until about two years before I finished. My family life was not conducive to staying at school and finishing my senior years. So I left at year 10, 15-years-old. I look at our 15-year-old and can’t imagine her out in the big world yet.
Eric, on the other hand, had a definite plan for his life. He is a country boy, grew up on a sheep and cattle property near Inverell, in Northern NSW. As far as he was concerned he would be there until he died. Doing what he loved, helping run the family farm, keeping stock healthy, living his dream.
I have learned in my nearly 46 years that life doesn’t often turn out how we expect it to. I’m a great believer in fate, I always have been since I was a little girl. I used to think there was someone controlling our lives and the paths we were set on and I still believe that.
Neither Eric or I would have chosen to be the Healers we are today. Never in a million years would we believe that we had something so amazing to offer the world, and yet here we are. Every day we get up and give our thanks to fate, The Universe, God, whatever you want to call the higher power, for the path we have been led down.
I give thanks every day, say how grateful I am for the people in my life – Eric, Jay, Hannah and Brock, our amazing home, our incredible life and the journey that brought us to now. I am also grateful every day for every challenge that I have had to work through. I’m sure I didn’t think they were blessings at the time but now I can see how every single one has helped me to grow and learn and become the person and Healer that I am today.
Every challenge has allowed me to help our clients accept and move through the challenges that they share with me on a daily basis.
I am a very grateful person.
If you have been working with us for a while, you probably know that I struggle with burnout every 3-4 months. I just have to run away from the pain and struggling I see so much of, just for a few days, sometimes a couple of weeks.
At the end of May, we had our annual family holiday and headed to Cairns for two weeks to show our kids (not really kids, they are all beautiful, amazing teenagers) Northern Qld and especially The Great Barrier Reef. It was an amazing experience to share this beautiful part of the world with the most special people in the world to me.
For the most part, our clients were very respectful of the desperately needed break we took and for that, I am again, very grateful.
Some amazing things have happened since we returned. Amazing things happen in our office quite regularly and I think this is what drives both Eric and myself to grow in our learning, testing, searching for answers for the health issues that our clients present us with constantly. Some clients say they are ‘problem clients’ but it is these people that push us to look deeper into issues and learn and grow. They are definitely not problem clients in our eyes. 🙂
So the amazing things.
Finally a full recovery from Snake Poison after 20 years
Another amazing healing.
Helping B with his Tumours the best way we know how
We started with this client in April 2015. We’ll call him B. He had had melanoma (skin cancer), lung cancer and at this stage they had found brain tumours in him. We ran all B’s indicated plans and he was back on his horse and feeling good.
A month or so ago his partner asked us to do another plan, prior to more tests I think. Then partway through the plan, he had scans done that showed several brain tumours. They were going to rescan in a couple of weeks and decide if they would operate. We continued the plan. I really have problems with tests being done while we are running plans because things move around and change while the plan does the healing, so unusual test results are common. The saving thing here was that they were going to scan again before operating.
So last Friday they scanned and determined the tumours were growing. B went straight in for emergency surgery. Here’s the amazing bit, every tumour they opened was dead inside. What they were seeing on the scan was scar tissue. 🙂 B’s partner suggested it was an “I told you so moment”. Never is it an “I told you so moment”. In the same situation, I would have done exactly the same thing. We are absolutely stoked that B’s tumours are dead and that he’s recovering super quickly, without dizziness or other symptoms. That’s what it’s all about.
Less amazing generally but so amazing for our client.
Relieved of Morning Sickness at last
Yesterday I was chatting with a new client and asked how she was going with her first plan. She said she couldn’t notice anything past her morning sickness. We have a great morning sickness remedy so I added that to her treatment yesterday and today. First up this morning, an email came saying she was feeling amazing for the first time since she became pregnant. 🙂 I know, and many of you know the horror of morning or, all day sickness with pregnancy. It really takes the shine off the experience. I was so pleased I could help her out.
That’s enough from me for today. I encourage everyone who’s experienced healing with us to write a testimonial, even a really short one because it will encourage others who are sceptical to give it a go. What we do every day is nothing short of miraculous and I wonder every day why us. I’m so grateful for the journey, the experience and the incredible opportunity to help people and the animals they love.
Have a most extraordinary day. xx
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