I was 7 months pregnant with my first child when I met Sarah. As my pregnancy progressed, I began having gall bladder attacks. They were so bad they would wake me up with excruciating pain at the bottom and underneath my right rib cage. When my doctor did an ultrasound, she found nothing. I was told there was nothing to be done except either deal with the pain or have my gall bladder removed. As I am rather attached to my organs, I chose to deal with the pain.
Sarah and family had recently moved across the street from our house and I spent most of the latter part of my pregnancy sitting on a lawn chair in her front yard chatting and watching her kids play. One day, Sarah saw me double over in pain. Naturally, she asked me what the deal was (as it is not normally good when pregnant women have severe abdominal pain when they aren’t in labor). Upon hearing about my gall bladder pain, she explained to me that she did energy work.
Needless to say I was skeptical. I had seen energy work done, even had some done on me once, but I was so mystified as to how it could possibly work. I had never been helped by it. I had never seen it help anyone. But, partly so as not to offend my new friend (Sarah) and partly because I knew it couldn’t hurt, I accepted her offer to do energy work to see if she could help my gall bladder.
She did her work, and said I had been harboring an emotion, that of loss and grief, from about a year and a half ago in my gall bladder. I was dumbfounded. A year and a half before my grandfather, to whom I was very close, had passed away. She ran a very powerful magnet down my head and spine and said ‘ok, I’ve released it’… and that was it.
More skepticism. I woke up the next morning with the same stabbing pain in my ribs. The next morning, same result, extreme gall bladder pain. On day 3 I woke up and my pain was gone. I have not had gall bladder pain since.
From that point on, I have been a believer. Since my daughter was born, Sarah has worked numerous times on her. Sarah has helped my daughter with sleeping, teething, constipation, a ‘fussy time’, and with sickness.
Sarah is gifted. She is kind, loving, and truly has a heart for God. She is an incredible person whom I am proud to call my friend.
~ Colleen R, New Jersey