Would you rather listen to Melissa tell her story?
You’ll find her video testimonial below!
Melissa was suffering from: Multiple sclerosis (MS), trauma, autoimmunity, and depression
Below Melissa tells about her experience.
In 2016 I was at my lowest point in my life. I had been raped by 4 men. When I came too, I decided I was not going to let this get the better of me. No matter how much time, money, or anything – this is not going to stop me. It’s going to enrich me and the world. About 6 months later I got into my program with Michal with deep rich work that was very informative.
I struggled with depression, hopelessness, and nihilism. I was having a lot of doubt and I felt like I couldn’t move forward financially, in a relationship, or in my health. I was constantly re-living my story in court, which is a whole other level of trauma when you are actually testifying on the stand.
Every week there was always something that reminded me of the worst night of my life. I had to learn how to deal with that or I would hide from the world and isolate.
Thankfully, I had a great support system to pull me out of that. “Truly Healing” helped me to be able to talk about my past trauma without it hurting like it used to.
I have a sense of peace about myself that nothing fazes me.
Why be upset? I don’t have to go there. I choose not to go there. It only hits me for a moment, and then it melts away I have the power to create whatever I want…. so what now?
As I was going through the legal system, I realized how broken it is. The legal system, district attorney, victims’ advocates, and counselors were all trying to keep me in a victim role. Although I am grateful for some of the support I was given, keeping me in victim mode was not serving me and I saw that very clearly early on, thank God.
What makes this program different from other traditional programs is that with this program I learned that I could choose to be very powerful and not be a victim. I was doing it over and over and repetition was helpful.
The traditional system didn’t get down to the root cause or how I could be responsible for myself and that’s what this program has done for me. I was empowered.
It wasn’t ONLY 4 years ago that I had a trauma. I looked even deeper and further in my past and discovered How I saw the world in the past that wasn’t effective and now I can move forward.
Everybody is unique, divine, powerful and can either create the life of their dreams or the life of their nightmares. You are powerful once you uncover some of those layers. We all have been taught to bottle them up in this world and are not even aware of it.
But having people like Michal LeBaron and this program really uncovers those layers and realizations and you open up freedom. I can now see it, acknowledge it, and create whatever I want.
After all the legal stuff was finished, I realized that I was taking my body for granted. I was not eating well or sleeping well because of all the drama. When all the drama was over my body had a void and was like “Hey, I’m here. Pay attention to me!” and that’s when I ended up in the hospital being poked and prodded.
I was diagnosed with Multiple sclerosis (MS) and I was put on steroids. To say that the trauma I dealt with for four years was not connected to my MS is not authentic. I used the tools that I had learned and dug deep and determined what the cause was that my body was telling me. What needed to change?
It was time for my rejuvenation, And I chose my rejuvenation and that is where I have stayed.
I just got back from the neurologist. I’m all clear and most likely won’t cause any issues.
I created that. I am powerful. And I made that choice.
I got down to the bottom of things. I completed them. And now I’m free to create whatever I want.
How do I want to create my health? How do I want to create my wealth? How do I want to create my contribution?
These are the questions I have now compared to before the program, where I had questions like “How I am going to get through the next day until I get paid again” etc…
My parting thoughts are about committing to “I will Heal”.
This is going to make a difference.
Absolutely – you can do it.
It takes courage.
What it also takes is having a guide and having people that surround you and support you. People that stand for your greatness not your weakness.
Do the work.
It might not be comfortable, but it’s so worth it.