Quality of life is a multidimensional experience of satisfaction with your life and overall wellbeing based on how you make meaning of your experiences.
This does not mean that we experience an idealized version of ‘perfect health’ or a ‘perfect life.’ We have human experiences and change thanks to them. We change when the seasons change. We change when we go through the cycles of life. Developing, maturing, and aging seem like they should be easy, natural processes, but modern life makes these cycles harder than they need to be.
I support restoring some grace to these natural movements of human experience by bolstering the basics:
Pain is a pivot point, because it is difficult to ignore. I believe that pain can be a locus of inquiry and a portal into human consciousness. If one is willing, it offers an opportunity to heal on many levels. It can lead to personal growth and new habits that improve overall wellness. My treatments for pain include acute and chronic conditions.
After extensive testing with traditional doctors, x-rays, etc., no one was able to find a cause for the weakness and pain I was experiencing in my left knee, as well as stiffness all over my body that at times made it difficult to walk. I decided to see if Pamela could help me, and over a period of several months, she was able to turn the situation around. Her technique is astonishing, and her gentleness and compassion are exactly what I always miss when going to see conventional western doctors. It took commitment on her part, as well as on mine, to achieve the desired result; I now have no pain in my left knee, and my all-body stiffness is much improved—this without any medication or surgical intervention. I will always be grateful for her help.