Stress has always been a part of me. I mean, who isn’t stressed, right, especially in this new-fangled era of continuous working even after office hours and on weekends.
Not mention, the kind of pressure your managers pile onto you, calling you names or contacting you at ungodly hours of the night. I’ve experienced those things before and frankly, I’d like to stay away from those situations. Of course, it’s easier said than done.
Things, however, came to a shuddering halt last year.
I was trying to prove myself at an agency but lasted only 3 months before a panic attack engulfed me, effectively ending my strife there. Mind you, I already have high blood pressure courtesy of a previous company; now I was diagnosed with severe anxiety and packed off by the hospital with a handful of anti-anxiety medication. I wasn’t too thrilled to be given more pills to swallow. I left all the same, but without a replacement job in hand and with little choice, I accepted a relative’s offer for work.
Well, it was literally jumping from the pot into the fire. Everyone, I included, knew there was no peaceful way of working with a family member or a relative. I tried to make things work. Alas, it became clear to me that it wasn’t meant to be. But I can’t just leave. So, I stayed on, coming up to what is my fourth month now.
Anxiety returned and I found myself fretting on Sunday nights, fearing what would come on Monday and the rest of the week. I constantly looked for ways to avoid having conversations at the office and when there were family gatherings, I’d turn down the invitations, citing various reasons.
I had trouble sleeping at night. I had phantom aches and pains which, at first, I alluded it to being food poisoning and migraines. Both are frequent visitors of mine yet not the kind of guests I’d love to have either. Not long after, I fell into a mild depression. I had suicidal thoughts, often wondering what would happen if I drove my car fast into a divider or another car. It came to a point where I ended up asking myself, “What was wrong with me? Why am I unable to get a decent job with decent working hours and decent pay?”
And then I met someone. No, not that kind of someone. I’m already married! My new friend introduced his friend to me who does a special kind of healing. He recommended that I try her esoteric acupuncture advanced healing treatment which can help to get rid of the negative energies, clear and realign my chakras.
At first, I was a little sceptical. After all, as a child, I’ve never been into this kind of stuff. My dad used to say, “Don’t simply find trouble.” Anything to do with divine intervention or the supernatural was often met with a huff and a puff. I don’t believe in ghosts either, never did and still don’t. But bless the man, he just gently explained that it could help me and why not try it, after all, what have I got to lose?
That fateful first day of Raya, I said yes. Mind you, to go ahead with the esoteric acupuncture treatment, not to agree to marry another man.
And you know what? It was the most amazing and spiritual 45-minute experience of my life! In all my 30 years, even during my teenage years, I have never felt so refreshed.
I was all wound up and tensed before the treatment but after that, I was feeling ten times lighter and my mind was so much clearer. I could think better as if whatever that was clogging up my brain traffic had all been cleared and removed. I actually felt like a different person. It felt as though I went through one side of a machine a worrywart and came out on the other side a stronger, newer person.
It was so relaxing that I fell asleep halfway into the session. I felt my body getting lighter as if I was floating on clouds. By the end of the session, it was as if a huge weight was lifted off my shoulders. I felt myself standing taller, straighter, and with an air of newfound confidence and faith.
I consider myself very lucky because of this new acquaintance I made. If you are seriously interested in healing yourself and becoming a better version of yourself, then, in my opinion, Kelly’s Esoteric Acupuncture Advanced Healing treatment ought to be on top of your mind.
Her skills in this deal in depth with the relationship between your body’s sacred chakras and the various factors that cause malfunction and disease. In today’s current and modern world, the things we do, the food we consume, the people we mingle with, the elements of the environment; they all have a contribution to make in our lives.
Kelly’s hindsight provides a crucial overview of what is troubling you and how the treatment can assist in the healing process and keep you grounded. The treatment did wonders for me, harmonising my soul and allowing the pervasive magnetism of the soul to reorganise and reactivate the material of our energy, bringing healing and development.
I could have taken the familiar route of seeing my family doctor, taken prescription medication as everyone else is doing. After all, it is a route we all know. But I chose instead to move forward at a more sedate pace. I chose to give my troubled soul a chance at being healed, naturally and drug-free.
Of course, one should always keep in mind that true soul healing begins in a profoundly soulful atmosphere regardless of the cause of the illness or the healing technique. In this state of awareness, only can we compassionately contemplate the inevitability of our own troubles. Genuine concern and development are ultimately about the progress and the liberation of our soul. In my opinion, each illness is an opportunity for soul growth and liberation.
And for this, I give thanks. Because where there was once despair, now there is hope.