The Life Vessel Treatments have really helped me deal with a lot of items

by admin on January 4, 2014

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“After my first hour in the Life Vessel, I felt…weird. Everything was in slow motion. It was disconcerting, but it was incredibly nice. After my second and third hours in the Life Vessel, I felt really, really weird. My body felt like it was spinning…all of it. This was not pleasant for me. Then after my fourth hour, everything just fell into place. I felt like I could breathe. I didn’t want Diet Coke at all (as I type this, I haven’t had a frosty, delicious Diet Coke in over a month, and I don’t even want one!), and I started drinking water. A lot of it. I still love my morning coffee, but just one or two regular cups are all I need to enjoy when my angelic girls wake me up at 5am.
My stainless steel appliances are still shiny and clean, but I only clean them once a day…not five times a day. My laundry pile is pretty big, but I’m able to walk away from it and go to bed when I’m tired. I’m a lot nicer to my sweet husband (but I’m still not perfect…hey, it’s a journey!), and I’m able to really focus on my patients and give them a lot more to consider than the latest pill I have to solve their problems. Oh, and the TMJ? After my first session I had the strangest sensation—I couldn’t clench my jaw if I tried. That sensation passed after a few days, but in its place it left a complete lack of desire to clench or to grind my teeth. I haven’t had pain since the morning I got that ticket on my way to the Life Vessel center. When I sit down to cuddle and read with my girls, I’m just…cuddling and reading. Not thinking about the 20 things I need to do as soon as I can divert their attention to another game or toy. This has been the greatest gift that Gail and the Life Vessel have given to me, and I will be forever grateful. I know that I have a lot more work to do, and that I’ll need more sessions as I progress on my own path to wellness. But instead of running a race, I’m just enjoying the ride.” ~Meredith

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