Can you you relate to these?

➡️ Feelings of fatigue, low energy, sluggishness, decreased motivation, poor concentration, and a general sense of being “shut down” or disconnected.

➡️ Increased heart rate, elevated blood pressure, rapid breathing, heightened anxiety, restlessness, and difficulty relaxing or falling asleep

➡️ Mood swings, irritability, emotional reactivity, and difficulty managing stress or handling intense emotions.

➡️ Body pain and stiffness

➡️ Feel overwhelmed by everyday challenges or have difficulty finding emotional balance.

➡️ Digestive problems such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), bloating, stomach pain, constipation, or diarrhea.

➡️ Overly sensitive to light, sound, touch, or smell, leading to feelings of overwhelm or discomfort in certain environments.

➡️ Difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or having restful sleep.

➡️ Vivid dreams or nightmares and wake up feeling unrefreshed or fatigued.

These symptoms listed above are like the smorgasbord of symptoms that my students have when they finally land on my doorstep.

And, to be perfectly honest, that’s where I was when I first started the work that I do now..but throw a little complex PTSD in there as well which dialled up the volume on everything.

Looking back I really have no idea how I coped with life.

Did I actually live life or was I just trying to get from one moment to the next and feel ok, feel safe.

What was feeling ok? Was it a moment where my rev meter was down to a three instead of an eight and that felt ‘good’?

Was that why I decided to immerse myself in meditation, sound healing, Buddha chanting, yoga, qigong, energy healing etc etc so I could ‘feel’ something different?

Something that I perhaps innately knew was good for me?

But these things were also a struggle. It felt like a short reprieve and then it all kicked in again. So I learned to be more consistent in my practices and things changed.

I was still experiencing lots and lots of symptoms and any time I backed off on my practices , things would get worse again.

Then things went totally haywire when my father passed, I had that moment with God whilst on his deathbed and I got diagnosed with breast cancer.

I had however managed to heal my severe chronic fatigue that I had had for many years so that was a bonus.

That moment with God exploded my world even further as all the symptoms listed above amplified.

Now I know it was the beginning of an awakening. What is known as kundalini awakening.

It went on for years and I continued trying to do all the things, including food, supplements etc etc etc etc to try and figure it all out.

And then Source/God showed me the work that I do now and teach to others…and wham! The pieces fell into place.

The calmness…o..m..g…the calmness that I started to experience!

Not the false ‘shut down’ states that I see so many people in.

But a calmness where my rev meter went to 0 and stayed there !!! It was like…what is this world?????????

And then it would scare me because it was unknown.

Would I be safe? It feels so foreign. Will I be in control????

When I realised that my PTSD had virtually vanished within 3 months I knew that everything was changing.

I was doing what people called ‘healing’ . I never identified with my ‘trauma’ or my stories. I thought trauma was what I saw as a paramedic.

So I never thought that I had to ‘ heal’ from anything. Stuff happens and you move on.

And maybe that’s why God showed me this profound and miraculous work of peiec healing. I didn’t like to talk about my stuff and rarely revealed any part of myself to anyone.

So often I hear people say ..I don’t have anything to heal , I had a good upbringing and had no trauma. Yet they experience the symptoms listed above. And they keep looking…

And what is peiec ? Peiec is energy healing..unlike anything else that is out there.

And it was given so you can take an active role in your own ‘healing’ but also have a community around you when you can’t assist yourself.

And that list from above starts to disappear and you find this state of being wirhin you that is balanced, conscious , self-aware and with an inner peace that you can’t even describe.

And from there, life truly begins.

And it’s not for the lucky or the few, it’s for you too.

So when you are ready, and even if you’re scared, walk with me. But you have to take the first step. It will be ok.

Many blessings

P.s The list above are the symptoms of a dysregulated nervous system. Of course there could be other underlying issues causing symptoms.

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