Lyme Disease

Looking back on my life, I would say that being diagnosed with Lyme Disease was among the best things that ever happened to me.
WHAT? Did I just write that?
Yes, and I mean it. The test that confirmed my Lyme Disease was done in September of 2013, just a little more than three years ago. In many ways, I am not the same person I was then. Here’s who I am now:
I am a person who put Lyme into remission by relying on herself and her own research and instincts far more than on doctors and pharmaceuticals.
I am person who is grateful for being forced to retire from a teaching career that I enjoyed very much, but which was adding to my stress and not adding to my health.
I am a person who enjoys a slower, quieter, healthier life.
I am a person who is careful about diet and exercise.
I am a person who gets enough sleep.
I am a person who realizes the connection we all have to each other through a higher power. It can be called Source, or the Quantum Field, or God, or whatever else you might choose to call it.
But the greatest discovery I made is the one I actually want to share with you. It’s about your intuition. Yes, your intuition. I have found mine, and I can help you find yours. Stay tuned.

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2 thoughts on “Lyme Disease

  1. Mary Beth, I’m so proud of you for putting yourself out there and finding your passion. I continually find myself agreeing with so many of your posts and share many of your interests. Best wishes to you in your new career!

    Joanne Jensen

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