Overcoming Stress with Quantum-Touch
This is my story, but it is also, in part, Carol Lee's story. That is because Carol has been my Quantum-Touch Instructor and primary mentor. When I met Carol in 2009 and took my first Quantum-Touch video workshop, I was working in a very high stress job in a toxic environment and was also in relationship with a man who had cognitive disabilities and required significant attention and energy from me.
Not really the ideal time to add something new, but I surely needed a nurturing, meaningful element in my life. Being fully intrigued by the ideas and philosophy behind Quantum-Touch and Energy Healing I began taking workshops with Carol. I remember being so mentally and emotionally depleted that I slept through an entire section of that first video workshop. However, I persisted and continued the trainings to become certified. Repeatedly, Carol encouraged me to acknowledge who I am and basically supported the reawakening to my talents, abilities and being.
Although I became a certified Quantum-Touch Practitioner/Instructor in 2011, circumstances prevented me from truly moving forward with my desire to be a healer/instructor for personal and spiritual development. Throughout, however, Carol has continued to remind and support me in my endeavors. This very special woman is a powerful motivating force who deeply understands the Quantum-Touch work we are putting out to the world. She has recognized my gifts and my "weaknesses” and lovingly provides the straight talk that has influenced me to develop my potential to a greater degree.
Recently, I have begun to manifest my personal vision. It was a wonderful experience to provide healing sessions at a local holistic fair on January 20, 2013, an event that Carol initiated and made possible. What fulfillment I felt to be able to give to others. I am excited and nervous, but because of Carols support, I know I will create something special with the skills I have learned. I am so grateful for the opportunities and the people. Kudos to Carol Lee and kudos to myself.