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Tuesday, 10 January 2012

One thing I learned . . . .

This post is to re-affirm that something good can come from something bad.

This is part of the way I slipped off the handcuffs underwater, escaped from the sack, and swam up to the surface.

It's also about the process and journey that I took, helped that me to look beyond the immediate horror and fear. I don't know if it would be the same for anyone else?

This is the first of a few videos that I am working on, and I hope you will find it of interest.

I made it as promotional, but I really hope it is informational as well.

Recognising the underlying cause of stress and anxiety, and taking a different stance in relation to them was important for me in changing my attitude to the medical profession and my condition.

It didn't cure the condition, but helped deal with effects of it.

Tranquility to you all.


  1. I like your video very much, Arkers, congratulations on such a fine job. Its message I entirely agree with.

    Tranquillity back to you, brother, through this year and beyond.

  2. Great video, I was once told by a consultant that the best thing she has ever done was get regular hypnotherapy. I believe its a great healer. I only use hynotherapy cds, but could definitely see the benefits of seeking a hypnotherapist.
    Hope your well, glad you have been over to my blog, hope you enjoyed it. :)

    1. Your blog is very helpful and of interest to me (and others I'm sure) who would like to know what life after the reversal operation is like.

      If you read my recent witterings here you'll see that is the question I have not yet resolved.


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