I lost my health to a failed back surgery when I was only eighteen. Everything I thought I would do in my life went out the window. I spent the next six years in chronic pain, never knowing what each day would be like. Some days were good; some days were very bad. And then, to make matters worse, I was in a really bad car accident. (NOTE: I want to know a very little bit about what sort of injuries and/or problems this added to your life. You might think this sort of idle speculation on the part of potential clients is irrelevant, but it speaks to how much I can trust you to be forthcoming and to follow through on issues you raise.)
My life spiraled out of control. My depression and anxiety went through the roof. I didn’t know what to do. Every day was a struggle. I started making mistakes at work. I couldn’t concentrate; I couldn’t focus. My health was a shambles; my emotions were a mess. I sought help from doctors, who told me all they could do was give me drugs. They said, “If you want to get better, just keep taking the drugs.”
I was so angry. I didn’t know what to do. I knew there had to be a better answer.
And then one person suggested that I change something and make a different choice. (NOTE: What was that change and what was that choice? I want to know. The way it’s delivered in the video makes it clear that this is important, and I wonder why you hint at something so important and then withhold what really matters.) That sent me on a journey to learn all I could about natural methods to control pain, anxiety, and all the other problems in my life.
It sent me on this miraculous healing journey where I learned everything I could about eastern medicine, body work, mindset, and meditation, and it changed my life. Today, not only am I able to live free of pain and be active and do things I love like hiking and dancing, I’ve also learned truths I never imagined about our own capacity to tap into all sorts of powers and take control our lives in ways so profound they seem almost magical. (NOTE: This emphasizes the degree of your recovery and also gives potential clients a greater sense of what you can do for them.)
And I’ve also been able to help thousands of people do the same thing.
I ended up getting a master’s degree in and going on to create an amazing practice where I’ve been able to help so many people. I went from being isolated and alone and feeling like I would never be good enough for any of the people I cared about.
I would love to help you along a similar journey.