Have you asked yourself what you would choose as a profession if you had no limits? I have found myself in many a situation of feeling unfulfilled and pressured to perform mundane tasks to help someone else’s business blossom. This is through no fault of any employer; on the contrary, it is my own doing entirely, as we all have this underestimated thing called “choice”.
A Turn For The Better
Due to a calling to make things better for myself and no longer feeling compelled to work the demands of another, I took a left turn at a new crossroad one obscure day, and it has led me on a lifetime quest of intrigue and self-discovery into “why” we cannot create and maintain long-standing health and wellness.
I took a new approach to learn and read every book and attended every course I could get access to within the confines of being a mother of 4. I never let this prevent me from exploring other ways of quenching my insatiable thirst for knowledge of why we don’t heal ourselves. This led me to America to assist my sister with her pursuits as an ultramarathon athlete. By now I had become proficient at massage, Bowen therapy, aromatherapy, and everything else in between, even nursing children while having my face permanently lodged in one of my textbooks. I was the proverbial sponge on my knowledge quest for better health. I remember reading Louise Hay in the early ’80s and concurring with her messages on mind/body connection.
…After Much Research
Needless to say, I came to the point I am now faced with after much research, study and practice. I discovered that this time of my life is to be dedicated to me, and how I walk my talk from all my past experiences. I keep a journal for my children to lament over and see the stages I have gone through, and how I managed to stay afloat at every milestone crossing.
One might think that self-forgiveness and self-love is enough to forge a wellness path, but for me, it took more than that. I knew I had cellular memories in my body and that my quest to locate them was still ongoing. I had a calling to help myself, and others rid themselves of this excess baggage once and for all. I never lost faith in the knowledge that if I had created the dis-ease within me, then it could be healed.
Then by some wonderful divine intervention, I discovered Marisa Russo and read of her endearing quest for her own wellness transformation. I had studied and practiced energy healing for a few years but had not brought any formal structure into my healing sessions. At first, it was a challenge to incorporate the Forensic Healing protocol, as I had been used to going wherever the energy led me intuitively.
I am now so grateful to Marisa (and her lovely husband) for bringing Forensic Healing into the wider global community, so we can all benefit and help many people become aware, alert and free of heavy, outdated belief structures. For when we are touched by love, honesty and healing hands, we are all benefiting, and are able to rejoin the never-ending circle of life itself. We are free to be who we have come on earth to be, ourselves, our true consciousness manifestation of authenticity.
With love and gratitude,