Chrissy Gray has been working as a complementary health therapist in Cambridge, UK since 1993.
She uses a combination of Herbal Medicine, Iridology and Nutritional therapy. She also offers Reflexology and Reiki.
For the past few years I have followed my intuitive side and angelic messages. I have taken courses to open up my healing powers to the world, and to share what I have learnt.
Two years ago I left a very negative job so that I could focus on my intuitive work. I have yet to experience abundance in my finances, despite following everything about the Law of Attraction to the letter. Sometimes I feel someone has placed a curse on me that I cannot escape. What can I do to remove the blockage? What is the blockage?
We like to flippantly refer to good karma and bad karma, but is there any truth in karma? What is karma? Can I change my karma?
My search for answers to these questions has provided me with interesting information. For example, I have always thought of karma as Buddhism or something that is unique to Buddhism. Since I am not an expert on this philosophy, I have kind of left it there.
But important things tend to come back to us time and again (karma?), and my curiosity was stimulated to the extent that I did some reading about Buddhism and karma. And guess what? I discovered that the same concept is expressed in many diverse sources, including Buddhist texts.
I enjoy knitting and am always looking for a good wool shop where the shop assistants know the difference between a cable needle and a bamboo needle – and where I can find challenging knitting patterns.
I recently surfed the internet and discovered a small craft shop near the village where I live. I drove there immediately, as excited as a child going to a toy shop before Christmas. Imagine my disappointment when I discovered that the opening times on the website were wrong, and the shop was closed for the day.
The next day I phoned the shop about seven times, because I wanted to confirm that they had the item I was looking for before driving all the way there again. No answer. So I left a message on their website, saying that they should improve on these things.
I have since been back to the shop – their range of items is not the