Shekkinah Wellness Studio
The healer's gift is her own wound. It's the source of empathy and true understanding of compassion and forgiving. To heal yourself embrace your wound as your sacred healer.
I want to share my story and wellness journey with others in the hope of helping and encouraging those who need encouragement, hope and healing, which I believe is my mission purpose, destiny. In 2014 I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer which I call my "wake up call". I believed at that time that cancer was one of the worst things that could happen to a person, the other losing a child, well they both happened to me ..looking from this vantage point in my life I can say that I have experienced the miraculous in my life, how, you may ask..I'm still here standing and in one piece in my right mind, healed learning how to love myself and determined to fulfill my purpose for coming to this earth. I was scared when I was told that I had cancer and I would have to undergo chemotherapy (what lose my hair)! That scared me almost worst than the diagnoses, so my hair fell out, my eyebrows and eyelashes were sparse, I had surgery to remove a tumor, I was hospitalized for two weeks, came home and recovered. I had to heal not only physically but emotionally, mentally and spiritually.. I chose to take responsibility for the condition that I found myself in, to begin to look within and heal myself. I'm still on and will remain on my wellness path. I learned that your life is your responsibility and what you do with it, how you think and believe is the determining factor. The diagnoses, instead of destroying me has turned into a blessing, I know that sounds crazy but my life is fuller now..that diagnosis put me on my healing path, caused the dream that I have carried to manifest.( Shekkinah Wellness) I've learned so many things and have connected with so many people that I would have never otherwise met had I not had this happen to me. I want people to know that cancer is not a death sentence. When hard things come into your life you need to understand there are lessons to be learned. (to be continued)