Life can be tough, lonely and disappointing at times.
Fortunately, it can also be inspirational and delightful!
Some of us tend to prop everyone else up, not noticing we are burning out our batteries until we are the ones needing support.
Finding ways to naturally get us back up and running is my passion. There is undoubtedly a place for medications, yet their long-term use can be problematic.
We have an amazing power to heal once the right trigger is found.
Knowing what to do for ourselves isn’t always easy. A flood of advice coming from well-meaning friends and family can be overwhelming. Being left alone to sort it out doesn’t always help either because we often won’t see the obvious things we might suggest to others!
The quiet, non-judgmental, empathetic ear of a stranger can be enormously useful, especially if she can provide support to turn things around too.
Let me be that person for you.
Carol and the late Jack, our most recent rescue GSD who left us December 2022
My childhood was good. I was an only child so spent a lot of time with my mother, who taught me all sorts of practical things such as gardening, dressmaking, and decorating. We even tuned a car at one point!
My father was a Technical Representative for Shell Chemicals so very into chemistry and science as a whole. He had been in submarines in the Second World War. He had a great love of nature and taught me a lot about the countryside. We spent numerous hours on the beach in Wales where my grandparents lived exploring pools too!
In 1980 I completed a science degree and then went into a long career in Information Technology (nobody can accuse me of not having a logical mind!), ending up as a ‘solutions architect’ getting the computer systems to do what the business wanted.
In 2004 I left my high-power job as an IT strategist and took some time out. I was drawn to train as a Shaman with Alberto Villoldo’s school, and a homeopath. Dad, by then no longer with us, appeared frequently in shamanic journeys so I know he was guiding me at that time.
Later I added bioresonance, now my main modality, to the practice.
It took years of seeing results for me to accept that homeopathy and the other wonderful stuff I now do actually works so I don’t expect others to make that leap of faith in one jump – please give it a try though!
“That which doesn’t kill us makes us stronger” Friedrich Nietzsche.
The most challenging times undoubtedly push us to either grow or sink. I nearly sank at one point and then realised I had been causing my own difficult life and came back fighting and changing things drastically!
Some of my headline ‘been there, done it, and got the t-shirt’ growth times have been: life as an only child; severe hayfever; unsuccessful In Vitro Fertilisation; stepmom to troubled teenagers; living with an alcoholic; and two marriage break-ups.
Each hurdle made me dig deep to find a way to bounce back.
Finding ways to get myself up and running again has had its benefits, it allows me now to help others do the same.
We each have our own path to walk through life and our own special gifts to contribute to the world.
It seems to me as though each of us is a piece in a big jigsaw and nobody is complete unless we are all doing what fires us up.
It would be a real privilege to support you to find your passion/”jigsaw piece” in life.
Nature doesn’t stand still. If something isn’t improving then it is probably in decline.
Let me support your growth!
Carol Fieldhouse BSc(Hons), RHom
- Bachelor of Science in Biology and Physical Sciences(Biology, Physics and Chemistry)
- Achieved Charter Member of the British Computer Society for my work in Enterprise/Solutions Architecture in Information Technology
e-Lybra9 Bio-Resonance therapy
- Certified (Advanced) eLybra9 Bio-resonance Practitioner (since 2011)
Also, an administrator for the practitioners’ user group, and a reseller of the products because I find them so effective.
Graduated from the Lakeland College of Homeopathy in 2008.
- Registered homeopath
- Member of the Alliance of Registered Homeopaths
Also trained in Alaskan, Bach Flower and other essences; Schussler tissue salts. Much other training for continuing professional development
I live with my husband, Chris, and our dog, cats and chickens in the Cotswolds, UK near the border between Oxfordshire and Warwickshire.
Chris and Carol in 2011 in the orchard at the old house. The Lancia Fulvia was used for road regularity rallies. Kiwi (Goldie) and Holly (GSD) are over the rainbow bridge.
Where to start?
These are devices that I re-sell. Please get in touch for the current prices....
A mat to put drinks on that enhances the flavour of both hot and cold drinks. This blog shows test results indicating the type of changes.
Simple self-help techniques to release small unpleasant memories in life that make you shudder, and why it is important.