Helping Teenagers

Journey Work Have Made Such a Difference in My Life

Ever since the Journey Intensive I wanted to write to you both to thank you so very much. It has been a truly life-altering experience for me. The first time I came in contact with the Journey was over two years ago and even though I could see the value of the work it didn’t seem to work for me, I guess I was just too closed up.

This time around I enjoyed the energy, the people – simply absolutely everything about that weekend was magical.

My life is rather difficult – as it is for many of us – daily survival as a single mom with no support and family is a constant stressor. I often felt that Source must have forgotten about me. Since the Journey weekend I have this constant glow in my heart – for the first time in my life I can feel my heart and I feel happy despite my current circumstances. First I worried that it will leave after a while, but I still feel it and I feel so alive. I can’t tell you how very, very grateful I am to you both for letting me participate.

And there’s more. My beautiful teenage daughter has taken a rather difficult path for herself. Struggling to cope with her share of pain she fell into the world of drug abuse. It’s been quite the ride and if it wasn’t for my faith I wouldn’t know how to cope. A few months back I gave her the Journey book to read in the hope she might agree to a process. However she flung it at my feet with a few choice words.

After the Journey weekend she contacted me, feeling down and physically sick. I offered her a process, she agreed and did wonderful and then went on to see Jean for a second one that also went real well. She is doing a lot better at the moment and again I am so grateful for the opportunity you gave me. You and the Journey work have made such a difference in my life and I wanted to let you know that I am so very grateful and I appreciate all the work that you are doing. From my open heart I’d like to say THANK YOU!!

~ Pia Anderson

Ohhh, I Forgot That’s Who I Am

I worked with a high school girl who continuously cut herself. After two journeys, as we were dropping down through the emotional layers into Source, she sort of smiled, eyes closed, was quiet for a moment, and then said, “Ohhh, I forgot that’s who I am.” Since then she has started to take care of her health, dressed with more care, and is on school committees. It seems she is feeling much better about herself now that she has begun to “remember who she really is.” Her mother told me to get ready, that she is going to spread the word throughout the high school.

~ Lori Nathan