This morning, after interviewing her on my Intuitively Speaking radio program yesterday evening, I still feel the impressive message that I took away from Paula Quinlan‘s story about how she is trusting herself to remember her wholeness and reclaim her health from the debilitating chronic disease of Lyme. She is a courageous and focused person who has a mission to help others find their way through the labyrinth of pain and illness to become well and whole again. Paula’s view of wellness is not only about reclaiming physical wellness but also mental, emotional, and spiritual wellness which leads to personal wholeness.
If you are dealing with mental, emotional, or spiritual issues rather than Lyme disease you can still benefit by gaining more insight to your personal story and how it supports your current condition by using the 4-questions method of self discovery. Use the 4 Questions: To Reach a New Level of Health and Wholeness to discover your current story, gain insights to what they are telling yourself, find out what you really want and then rewrite your story to claim a new life. You will want to transfer the questions to a journal and keep track of your discoveries. In time, you will change your story and your life! Here’s to our own life adventure…
Paula’s diagnosis of Lyme came well after she had been infected so the disease had time to work its ways into her body and manifest as an imposter disease, which is very common with Lyme disease. In her case it may have brought on her fibromyalgia. One of the main challenges in diagnosing Lyme disease is that the symptoms are so variable, they are unique to each person, and it often masquerades as another disease.
Paula recommends if you are plagued by aches and pains, unidentified arthritic like symptoms, persistent flu like symptoms, depression, or your doctor has not been able to identify the source of your pain or illness, you may want to check out the following resources:
What I do know is that Paula, as she said on the radio program, had to start paying attention to her inner knowing, which said to her, “You have work to do.” And she has done plenty of it! She has found and knows many alternative and integrative healing techniques that can help you rebuild, regain, and nurture your health. It is wonderful that Paula is part of my resource team. Thank you, Paula!