Sound Healing Courses/Retreat, Workshops & Gatherings in Cornwall, UK                                     

Specialist in Tuning Fork Sound Therapy Training 


Joined Jul 24 2013
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South Wales
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Reply Sarah
2:31 PM on July 24, 2013 
Just over a month ago I joined Debbi's research programme listening to her MP3 relaxation cd, it was the first time I have ever done or thought of doing the tuning fork healing technic but WOW WOW WOW I'm so glad I did. This is my story...
I have suffered from M.E for many years and it took several of these years for my M.E to be finally diagnosed by doctors and consultants there were days when I couldn't lift my head off the pillow let alone anything else and slowly it affected my marriage to the point my ex husband couldn't understand it and as I didn't know myself my marriage ended once diagnosed I have been put on a concoction of medications including oramorph and morphine mst drugs not to be used lightly. Then I saw debs in Plymouth and I've been listening to the cd ever since in that month or so I have stopped using oramorph and don't need as many morphine pills to get me through the pain and the day, I have so much more energy and feel like a completely different person. I need to mention to that my dog has really bad arthritis in his back legs and being a mastiff he finds it particularly hard being a large breed he has been in the room with me each time I listen to the tuning fork sounds and he too has been a little better so much so that the vet has completely taken him off one of his medications which is so totally brilliant. I plead with anyone who looks at this and has yet to try the sound technics please do, you have nothing to lose and everything to gain I can't thank Debbi enough for showing me the light.