Judi’s Impossible Life

My Impossible Life

Growing up on a working farm until age 20, followed by 12 years of corporate experience in the field of information technology, followed by 18 years of clinical experience in the healing arts marks 50 years of roll-up-your-sleeves,  hands on, ‘get in there girl‘, life experience.  That, combined with a well-developed sense of humour and open attitude means those I work with experience both a relaxed and professional approach.  Laughter and a gentle heart help lighten the load as we navigate life’s tricky and sticky territory.

My Impossible Career in Information Technology:

I remember a time when I was told that it was impossible for me to have a career in the field of Information Technology (IT) because I did not fit the profile.

What ‘they‘ said:  You are not good in calculus, you are not male, and you are too ‘flighty’ (aka – happy go lucky).

What actually  happened:  Imagine ‘their’ surprise when my international career as an IT professional included the positions of network administrator, database programmer, Microsoft certified programmer and trainer in North America; IT Manager in both Canada and Scotland; Technical Consultant and Technical Specialist for a Norwich Union, a multi-national giant in England and one of the largest employers in the United Kingdom.

Would YOU be willing to embrace the idea that there is an easier way, even if you don’t know what that is?  Are you open to seeing and experiencing more?

My Impossible Health Problem:

I remember a time when doctors told me it would be impossible for me to heal my chronic headaches and failing eyesight.

What ‘they’ said:  Your eyes can not heal.  We’ve tried everything, you will have to live with the headaches.

What actually happened:  During my 13 years of living with chronic headache pain I continued searching for and found powerful tools for self-healing. I applied these tools regularly and in 90 days my headaches were gone. Within another 90 days, the eyeglasses I had worn since age 17 were no longer required. Sitting beside an eye surgeon on an airplane, after hearing my story his response was, “I don’t understand how that is possible.” To which I replied, “Seeing is believing!”  He just wasn’t open open to acknowledging anything he had not seen before.  All I could think was, “Thank goodness I had not let that same limited point of view continue to hold me back!

What might happen if you were willing to be wrong about being right? Judgement creates barriers. The more judgements, the more barriers. We are creative beings living in a dynamic universe. Would you be willing to let go of your judgements and experience the dynamic change this brings to your life?


My Impossible Career in the Healing Arts:

I remember a time when I was told it was impossible to make a living helping others heal, clear their blocks, and step into their potential, let alone travel around the world while doing it.

What ‘they’ said:  You will not be able to support yourself.  It is to risky.  You should get a ‘real’ job.

What actually happened: I am now in my 18th year my private energy healing practice. I have studied with the founders of ground-breaking techniques in four countries, launched a private practice, created a dynamic collection of tools for clients to use, trained hundreds of professionals in four countries, been featured in a documentary on health and wellness, and evolved The Clearing Experience into an dynamic offering, accessible to people worldwide.

The results people see from the energy work is often beyond explanation.  The folks I work with are an impressive bunch.

This has all been accomplished while living and working from four different countries so far; with my work currently reaching 18 countries and counting.

Would you be willing to agree to follow your heart, come what may?  Are you willing to see what that creates in your life?


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