While working with the women in the County Jail, I realized they needed something to help them overcome their addictions and destructive past choices, which very often stems from unresolved childhood issues. So, as I have been working with these hurting women, I have also been developing the document called “Hope for Complete Healing.” I initially wrote this document as a research paper that outlined key principles for total healing, which contained my testimony of how I have found healing for my out of control emotions, painful memories, and physical ailments.
Aside from working with the women in the county jail, I also had a lot of physical problems that could not be resolved by the medical route. Additionally, I had a lot of bad behavior and anger that controlled how I reacted in stressful situations. Nothing like stress to reveal what is really in our hearts. I am sure you can identify. Furthermore, after reading “Seven Habits of Highly Effective People,” by Stephen Covey, I wanted more than anything to be those things he described in his book, which gave me the motivation to do a lot of research on the many healing methods for damaged emotions.
You may not have an addiction problem, at least that you are aware of, and you may not have grown-up in a dysfunctional family, but you may still have heart issues that control your behaviors and decisions. I discovered that most of our negative heart issues stem from subconscious memories. In fact, we often don’t realize where our emotional and physical problems stem from. I encourage you to read about my findings, even if it is to help someone you love who may be in need of healing.