At last my book, A Journey of Creative Healing: My story of resilience, remission and recovery through daily creative projects, which has been waiting to be told for several decades, is now out in the big wide world.
I was a mother of two small children when my husband was tragically killed in a light aircraft accident. My body, already exhibiting signs that something was amiss, bore the brunt of this tragedy and at the age of 27 I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
I rejected treatment when doctors told me I would be wheelchair bound within months. Instead I acted upon a powerful intuitive message that prompted me to do something creative every day. It did not matter what, simply my daily focus should be on planning and creating something I had never done before. It did not matter what—I simply needed to focus on the planning and joy of creativity.
Within twelve months I could once again walk without aids.I have now been in full remission from MS for more than 50 years.
In A Journey of Creative Healing I share my remarkable story and reveal how listening to your intuitive voice, exploring creativity in all its guises, can deliver recovery from disease and trauma. I believe the six steps I took in my recovery will inspire and help others to find their own path to health.Recent scientific research supports my six-step program, which I undertook to help heal from overwhelming grief and profound illness more than 50 years ago.
If you read it and found it valuable, can I ask you please to review it. Reviews are the most effective way getting this book into the hands of people who find the steps in this book are beneficial.