Kat Mathews

November 09, 2016

When I first met Jan I had recently experienced a marriage breakdown that emotionally wrecked me. I was surprised at how I reacted, for I was normally a strong independent woman. I suffered extreme anxiety and panic attacks, attacks that were bad enough to hinder me driving. I didn’t want to face the world, family or friends, let alone start a new job.

The anxiety and emotions I had were nearly uncontrollable. I took Xanax to control the anxiety only a small dose so I could sleep, but every day I awoke feeling anxious and scared, and to tell you the truth I didn’t really know what I was anxious or scared off, but I do know I had lost my confidence, self-esteem and as I call them my bubbles for life.

Then I met Jan, who specializes in Coaching and Energy Healing, it is the best thing that has happened to me since my marriage breakup.

Jan and I had one session and I was a bit dubious, but willing to try anything to feel normal again, we named my Issue ‘Flat Bubbles’. By the end of the session I was feeling much better emotionally but I didn’t know if it was because of the coaching or just that we had talked and confronted some issues.

The next day I woke up feeling like me and not scared to go out, this went on for 5 continuous days, I felt normal, I can’t tell you how good that felt to wake up and not feel agitated. This was nearly one month ago, I still need sessions, I am not completely emotionally free of my problem, but my life has improved greatly, and the bubbles are beginning to come back.

As Jan informed me, other emotions may surface and they need to be addressed, which makes sense, but to be able have them dealt with so I can feel better and more normal is the path to recovery, plus feeling like I have taken control of myself again.

You can’t be cured in one session, but it is the beginning and to be able to feel near normal and look forward to a future is a healthy start to recovery. Even if you have uncertainties about Energy healing, it can’t hurt but try, it’s better than Xanax.

Kat MathewsTeacher from Australia