My Journey & The Reason For My Passion
As a child, I didn't quite understand how and why I seemed different from other children. From a young age I carried a natural ability to feel the emotions of others. The pain, suffering, envy, joy, love, happiness that people felt, I could pick up on subtly in my spirit. For this reason I was very introverted and often secluded myself as a young person. I didn't have the same interests as others, but yet, I didn't really know what my interests were. I was a floating feather in the wind, just trying to find a home to rest. My childhood was riddled with trauma and dysfunction that I carried with me into adulthood. After marriage, two children, and divorce, I began searching for that which seemed could never be found. My son, Daniel, was diagnosed with Beta-Sickle Cell disease at a baby, while I was serving active duty in the U.S. Army. Things seemed to be spinning out of control, but there was always a still small voice telling me that everything would be alright. I began searching the internet daily, for hours, trying to find cures, and alternative healing mechanisms for Sickle Cell disease. I refused to accept the medical industry explanation, that Sickle Cell could not be cured, that it was a genetic disease passed on to by parents. After months of searching, I began utilizing the Weston A. Price diet along with any other healing modalities I could find, pertaining to nutrition and supplementation. During this time, my son grew in health and strength, but soon after leaving me to live with him mother, his health began to fail once again.
As I continued to study and scour the internet for cures, I stumbled upon Dr. Larry Wilson's site. This site contained hundreds of articles pertaining to Nutritional Balancing Science and Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis. Understanding that I had personally been through massive amounts of stress, starting from childhood, all the way to active duty military assignments, divorce, student loan repayments, credit cards, family confusion, and all the many stresses of life, I decided to get a Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis done on myself. The results were devastating, and showed extreme mineral imbalances, with high amounts of toxic metals and chemicals in my body. Patterns of abuse and trauma were absolutely present, along with a burnout pattern that was consistent with those facing heart attacks. I was 27 years old at this time, a career athlete, and very physically strong and durable. I had no idea of the destruction that was taking place on the inside, physically, mentally, and emotionally. I not only began a Nutritional Balancing Program, taking the suggested mineral supplements and eating the recommended diet, administered by Dr. Larry Wilson, but I became a Nutritional Balancing Practitioner myself. As I began studying Nutritional Balancing Science alone every day after work, I also developed a fascination with human psychology and behavior. I read books, watched videos, and pondered the mysteries of life when it came to why we as humans do the things we do, think the way we think, and respond to life situations the way we do. I studied all areas of religion, metaphysics, and spirituality in an attempt to gain truth, knowledge, and stability.
This I did alone, with no one in whom I felt I could talk to about these kinds of topics. As the months and years went by, I began to realize that many, if not most people here on this Earth are facing problems in their lives that are equal if not worse than my own. I began to connect with those of like mind, those Lightworkers and humble servants of the Lord, who only want to make this world a better place. I connected to those who've suffered much pain, trials, and tribulations, as have I, but have developed in inner strength and resolve that cannot be destroyed. It was through these connections that I was able to overcome the most challenging times of my life. Not only this, but I spent, and still do spend a large majority of my time on the internet searching for truth, knowledge, and like minded thought, to be able to pass it on to my fellow man.