I was able to apply the tools that were given to me at Emotional Healing Clinic to my life and test them out. There were assignments given and I had to see that what I was learning would really work. I had natural demands placed on me as a wife, mother, employee, daughter, sister, and aunt. Those tools that I received & applied from emotional healing allowed me to see how they worked effectively and made a difference immediately!
Emotional healing built my faith, and my trust. It gave me a characteristics as a woman, such as self-respect, dignity, and belief. These were natural attributes that were already in me, but emotional healing gave me the confidence, leadership, and capability to be able to share them with other women. I gained strength and wisdom, and self worth, so I didn’t have to seek validation through other people, but through Christ.
It taught me how to have a relationship with Christ, with God again. It’s just been phenomenal for me. The sad part about it was trying to introduce it to another hurting woman, that didn’t want it. A lot of women out here don’t think that there’s anything wrong.
Since it changed my life, I wanted my other girlfriends to be on board, but it was a journey I had to take alone and gained new sisters. If I didn’t’ learn anything else, I learned spiritual strategies, skills, and timing from Pastor Dee and how to implement them in every decision & every word that comes out of the mouth. In planning my day, planning my life, re-evaluating my life, I use emotional healing.
Before I would dig a hole and get in it because of life's pressure, but after emotional healing, I could put some dirt in that hole and pat it down with the shovel and keep it moving in confidence and in strength, not in misery and judgment.
I needed emotional healing. I just feel blessed and fortunate enough that I had an opportunity where Pastor Dee was present in the flesh. She would teach and talk to us and was a part of the sisterhood for years!