The Woman Who Couldn't Move On |Example of Work

As she began to get into the conversation, which at this point still was one sided with her doing all the talking, a pattern of blame and accusations began to emerge from her. This was, of course, normal considering what she had been through.

I allowed her to carry on talking, saying very little from my side. All the time, I sensed and knew what she needed to do, however, also felt that if I were to voice my suggestions, she would be in complete denial and would end the consultation and demand her money back! I felt that much animosity coming from her.

Basically what I felt was that she needed to travel! Simple as that! I don’t know where that feeling came from and why I got the feeling SO strongly but just felt it all the same. The ONE single thing she needed was to feel free again and get away from her current situation and be on her own somewhere alien to her. I also picked up from her subconscious mind that this was one regret in her life – the one thing she had always wanted to do but never got the chance to do with a family to look after and also because of lack of money. I also felt that if I were to suggest it to her, she would not take it seriously and would think I was insane to suggest it at a time like this and at her age as well!

I knew that this was something that I would have to work on on my own. After our session ended, she said “Well thanks for nothing…I guess Susan was right about you being a good listener because all you’ve done is listened to all I’ve had to say but can’t say you’ve helped me at all. Maybe you’re just good at working with dogs.” I didn’t know whether to laugh or cry!

Over the next three days, I took 30 minutes out of each of the three days and concentrated on a photo of Katherine. I tuned in and telepathically transferred thoughts of travel and thoughts of being free and loving every minute of it. I fed through thoughts of seeing the world, of meeting different people and experiencing different cultures around the world. I felt a strong sense that this was exactly what would help her decide what to do with her marriage and how to go about moving on to the next stage of her life.

It wasn’t until about five weeks after my consultation with Kathrine had taken place that Susan called me one morning. We talked about her dog for a few minutes and then I had enough courage to ask how Kathrine was doing and if she had felt better after our consultation.

“Katherine’s gone for a month long tour around Asia” she told me. My mouth fell open! It had worked! I had made no mention of doing this to Kathrine or to Susan and had only concentrated on the power of thought to do the deed and it had actually worked! I’d never tried to influence someone like this before and had just found out that it actually WORKED!

Susan explained that it had taken Katherine no more than two weeks to organise the whole trip and make the arrangements. She had told Susan that she had been feeling the “urge” to do a bit of travelling and had felt a strong pull to see Asia and “sort her head out” while away from her usual surroundings.

I also learnt from Susan that upon her return, Kathrine made the first steps to divoricing her husband of 32 years and had also become more accepting of the whole affair and had been talking of taking a cruise on the Nile in Egypt. I guess the traveliing bug was finally allowed to be set free from within her! Those who are skeptical about the power of thought may think this episode was a coincidence. However I’ve had too many stories like this to know that isn’t so! There’s no such thing as coincidence!

This was a strange one! At least for me…Please note that names have been changed to respect their privacy.

I did a tuning in session with a dog who was owned by a woman called Susan. After the session, she asked if I would be able to help a very dear friend of hers called Katherine who, after 32 years of being married, suddenly found out that her husband had been having an affair. I said I would try but that I could only help if her friend Katherine wanted me to help. Susan explained that this was where the problem lay. Katherine was extremely bitter and extremely hurt by what had suddenly happened in her personal life and was literally lashing out to anyone who tried to help her in any way but that she would get her to call me anyway.

When I received the call, it was from a woman who had already decided that I would not be able to help and that she was only calling me because her best friend had begged her to.

Katherine said she was very reluctant to pay me the fees for the consultation that we were about to schedule. I explained to her that this was what I did and as she was not part of a charity (!) I would expect payment for the work that I was being booked to do. She mumbled under her breath a few times and made it very known to me that she thought it was a complete waste of both her time and her money.

I asked her to think again and come back to me when she was sure she wanted to have a consultation with me and she said she would go ahead with it since she had promised Susan she would. The whole of that first conversation with her was fraught with an undercurrent of resistance and irritation from her side and I later sent her some healing energy and hoped that she would feel better the next time we spoke during our telephone consultation booked for the week after.

However, when the time came, I found myself tuning in to a still very angry and upset woman. I have my work cut out for me this time, I thought to myself!

I decided that I would speak to her generally and find out what she had to say about the whole affair. I was obviously tuning in the whole time and instead of paying much attention to her words, I began to pick up on her thoughts and her feelings about what had happened. I found that her anger was actually the projection of all the pain she was feeling.

All her life she had catered to the needs of her husband and children (who were all grown up and had their own lives). And at the point of her life when she thought she would relax and enjoy the company of her husband, he had found someone new and wanted out of the marriage.
I asked her what she wanted. “Well there’s no way I’m letting him go that easily” she replied.

I saw a vision of the two of them, barely on speaking terms and the only words between them were angry and hostile ones. I knew and felt inside that the marriage was over, not only from his side but hers’ as well. The only reason she was hanging on to what was left of the marriage was because of her stubborness and her anger and her reluctance of letting him, as she saw it, win.

I felt also that she was not ready for what I had to say and that telling her that I felt her marriage was over from both sides would be a blow, I felt, she just couldn’t handle right now. I decided to keep that bit of information to myself for the time being.