Learning to Think Outside the Box With Anxiety

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Photo: Aleksandr Ledogorov

Anxiety has been a recurring theme in the last nine years of my life and it wasn’t until recently that I realized why.

My journey to my career as a Psychic Medium was not the dream I had as a child. Most children want to be doctors, police officers or even Rock Stars. I, too had my own dream of being a Radio City Rockette. While I am a firm believer in achieving any goal or dream you set your mind to, I have also been taught through personal life struggles that our higher self will guide us elsewhere if we fall off course or force something that is just not meant to be.

In my case, my swift kick in the butt was given in the form of severe anxiety that I had never experienced previously. At that time in my life I had a job, not a career. It was something that paid the bills and provided health insurance for my family. But my heart was not in it and apparently the universe knew it was time for me to be reminded of what my soul’s purpose was in this lifetime, which was to help people heal not just physically, but emotionally. The months of mental and emotional suffering I endured from anxiety seemed like it would never end and really didn’t have a point.

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Photo: Kien Do

I look back now with such gratitude for that suffering as it paved the way for me to dig deep within and realize not only the cause of the anxiety, but to find my true calling.

The anxiety was manifesting from this simple explanation: I was sensing the energy bodies of those around me both living and deceased. From physical pain, emotional pain, physical abnormalities and even happiness and joy. Fast forward all these years later and I am meeting so many people who are also suffering from anxiety that traditional medicine and therapy isn’t helping in the way they would have hoped. I have licensed professionals sending me their clients for readings or Reiki energy healings because they too, are at a loss on how to help their clients.

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Photo: Alexander Milo

I share this with you, in hopes that you not only find comfort that you are not alone with your mental health struggles but that sometimes you just need to think outside the box when it comes to helping yourself heal.

Not everything is in black and white.

With love & blessings,

Lisa M.

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