home – broken skylight, broken windows, torn siding, some water damage, and extreme roof damage. The storm had happened just a few hours before. I had inklings it would be bad as I drove up to my home with tree limbs down, road signs turned over, business windows broken out and tow trucks everywhere. I was hoping to find my home untouched but as I went through it, the damage was obvious even though the darkness hid quite a bit of it. It is a shock to come home to your “sanctuary” and find it tattered and torn (fortunately for me mostly standing).
of us experience this feeling through aging if not through a specific
disease. Shock comes first; wishing and mourning for the lost health is all part of the process I think. The best thing to do can be
reaching out for help. There is a ton of knowledge available to us on how to achieve health. The help can come from many healing traditions. Typically it requires multiple modalities to make that return to health happen. Most effective modalities include some aspects of detoxification, nutrition, supplementation via herbs and vitamins, energy and/or frequency work.
night and at midnight was finishing putting the tarps on my roof to protect from the next storm that was approaching. I will be needing lots of help in the days to come to put my home back together. I feel blessed that the resources and skills are available to me. I have been even more blessed for those with healing skills that have shared their knowledge and healing with me.