How My Anger Became a Catalyst for Change by Marsha Schults – Autoimmune Recovery Coach

When I healed myself naturally from Fibromyalgia and Multiple Sclerosis after 7 years of chronic illness, I was so angry…

I remembered the time I was offered medical retirement (disability pension). I was 45. Of course I said “no!”

At the time I was referred to a psychiatrist after complaining about severe inflammatory pain in my whole body, every single day. The depression, anxiety and insomnia sent me over the edge and I contemplated suicide. It was at this point that I knew I had to take control…

I left that clinic for good.

It took all my strength not to allow the complexity of my situation to take over. I prayed all day, every day, for 3 days. Thank you for my healing. Show me the way, I surrender, I’m ready for your guidance, bring me the people. Over and over and over. I forced myself to eat. I didn’t sleep much. I held back my tears. I resisted the urge to cry or I knew I would collapse and not be able to get back up.

Thinking over recent years about all the money I had spent on ‘experimental’ alternative therapies that left me more than ten thousand dollars in debt, the jobs I had to leave and the relationships that suffered, it was difficult to stay positive. I realised that autoimmune is an invisible illness and this explained why I found it difficult to talk about the depth of my suffering.

The phone rang. It was Ros, my friend of 17 years. She invited me to a health event the next day. I knew I had to go. I asked for guidance, so I had to follow through. Was this the answer to my prayers?

Yes, it was… I spoke with a doctor who attended the event, about my symptoms of memory loss, cognitive issues, trembling, blurry vision, bladder intolerance, eczema, food allergies, IBS and systemic pain. He suggested a protocol, with products I’d never heard of before…

Four months later, I was symptom free.

I channelled that anger and shared my story on facebook which connected me with others, who had experienced similar frustrations (I knew it wasn’t ‘all in my head’). My followers started noticing drastic improvements in their health too.

18 months on, I am an Autoimmune Recovery Coach and I am blessed to have experienced the suffering and the healing, so that I can be an inspiration and support to others.

We often forget how good our bodies are meant to feel and that given the right nutritional support, the body can heal itself…

www.marshaschults.com

Marsha Schults

Marsha Schults has a personal story of recovering from M.S and shares her wisdom, tips, products and tools as an autoimmune recovery coach in Brisbane, offering her consults nationally and overseas.

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