Renewed Joy in Life

Morgan had already pinpointed what I was struggling with, within the first few minutes of our session starting.

I began to feel different after the first 15 minutes or so, until she asked me whether I wanted to share the reason for my visit.

She wasn’t at all surprised when I told her that I felt mentally, emotionally and physically battered and that I found no joy in life, and never had.

Morgan began to work on my very old and deep rooted pattern of lack of self-love.
Then, the most extraordinary and unprecedented thing happened. I felt like an imaginary wave of ‘something’ filling up and ‘expanding’ in my chest area.

It was so strong and so sudden that I remember being covered in goose bumps at the surprise of it all. At the same time, I took a sharp intake of breath and did a big: WOOOAH! (and also came out with another couple of other words, which can’t be printed!)

It’s very difficult to put an experience into words, however what I can say is that it was immensely fulfilling, it was as if ‘I’d come back home’.

The day after my session, I had some bad news which would have normally floored me. However, there was a strength within me that I hadn’t quite felt before. I was a little upset about the news, of course but it was all proportionate to the information I was given. No more, no less.

A few weeks later, the feeling of strength and fulfilment in my heart is still there. The other morning as I was waking up, I hugged myself and said out loud: “I love you. Don’t worry about anything. I’ve got you now and we can solve anything together”.

I shuddered as these words came out of my mouth. I almost don’t know where they came from. In 52 years, I have never told myself that I loved myself, because I never felt it!

Morgan, the work you do is so powerful and so significant that you should be given an honorary award for it. I don’t know how you do it, and I don’t need to. All I know is that you make the most profound difference to human beings, and for that I thank you from the bottom of my heart.