Kelly Perks' mood swings were driving her friends and banking colleagues mad. Kelly is 31 and lives in London.
The year of 2005 was a nightmare for me. In January, my marriage broke dow and my husband moved out of our home. In March, I was rushed to hospital with suspected appendicitis that turned out to be a ruptured ovarian cyst the size of a grapefruit - it nearly killed me, and I lost an ovary. In August, my house was struck by lightning as I lay in bed.
Since my husband had left, I'd been living alone for the first time in my life - and I felt lonely and desolate. When the lightning struck, blowing all my electrics, I couldn't even reach the fuse box. But, worst of all, I was depressed at the prospect of never being able to have a child. At 30, and single, with only one ovary, my prospects didn't look good. I kept bursting into tears, but doctors thought I was over-reacting. At work, I was up one minute and snapping the next. Eventually, one of my colleagues begged me to visit a bio-energy healer she'd met, who claimed to be able to treat stress and depression.
The therapist didn't even touch me - she just waved her arms around a lot over my body. She was clearing energy fields, or "chakras", removing negative energy and getting my positive energy flowing more freely. At first, I thought it was really weird and I was very skeptical. But when I left feeling on top of the world, I had to concede it was doing some good. Bio-energy healing is even gaining the approval of orthodox doctors.
After six. sessions I knew my depression had lifted. I still face the prospect of infertility, but now I'm more at ease with it I feel as if all the negative thoughts from last year are water under the bridge.
Find out more about bio-energy healing from http://www.bi-aura.com.
The above article was reproduced with kind permission from Prima Magazine. The case was attributed to Mrs Barbara Macdonald who is a Bi-Aura practitoner working in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk. Tel : 01284-828-656.
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