Disabled to Able: From suffering to enlightenment (Paperback)
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My health problems have never defined me―I'm a Pollyanna I have always seen life as a glass half full. I can find a positive in a negative, and this attitude has helped me throughout my life.
I had read about the death of a woman who was a world-renowned talented artist and a vibrant creative woman known by royalty and the heads of state. She was someone whom my husband and I had met, liked, joked with, and who was left in crippling pain from nerve damage after surgery. She had fallen to her death from her high-rise apartment and was now lost forever.
Her loss resonated with me as I too have endured intense pain that goes for months on end and experienced a mindset where you cannot think straight and have felt close to the edge.
Hearing of this tragedy was one of the reasons why I decided to share my story in the hope that you explore the many ways that we can heal our bodies and our minds through alternate therapies.
I hope, by sharing my story of being on a disability pension and being told I would be wheelchair-bound, this book will help you discover your own healing journey.
I want to share with sufferers of chronic pain that there are ways we can heal our bodies and our minds.
The key lies in finding the therapy that resonates with you―be it acupuncture, hypnotherapy, EFT kinesiology, hydrotherapy, energy healing, homeopathy, essential oils, or one of the many others on offer. I have tried all of these methods, and continue to use those I love still, as they all have a place in my ongoing healing. I hope that, by sharing my story, I can help others reclaim their lives.