When Bryan Rosner asked me to review his most recent book, Freedom From Lyme Disease, I was honored. First, because I have always admired Bryan for his ability to discern the challenges inherent in healing from chronic illness involving Lyme disease; but secondly, because Bryan essentially self-treated and recovered himself from Lyme disease, without the help of a doctor. And third, because his passion and compassion for others shines through in his books, which are easy and fun to read.
I don't necessarily recommend that anyone try to heal from Lyme or any other serious chronic illness without the help of a healthcare professional (I tried, and sure as heck could not do it) - but I admire those few that have the intuition and ability to discern exactly what their bodies need to recover. Bryan is one of those rare people, and that same intuition has served him in his medical research for this new book, as he challenged me to think about new things I haven't thought much about before when it comes to healing from Lyme.
Let's face it; there are a lot of books out there on how to heal from chronic illness, including Lyme disease, and many are jam-packed with information. But when information is anointed with wisdom and insight, and has been tried and tested through personal experience and found to be valuable, then I believe that it makes for a great book, indeed.
Some of the things that you will find in Freedom from Lyme Disease include: tips on how to overcome difficult challenges such as deeply-entrenched infections, heavy metal toxins, methylation problems, and adrenal fatigue, as well as information on new and novel remedies and therapies that can help take you to the next level in your healing journey. As a survivor of Lyme disease, fellow author of Lyme disease books and medical researcher, I was impressed by what I learned in this book.
Freedom from Lyme Disease is a great resource for those that have been fighting the Lyme battle for years, as well as for those who are just getting started out in their healing journey. I highly recommend it! For more information, click here.
I've been walking a long road toward wellness, since my body fell apart from chronic Lyme disease over 12 years ago. Since then, I've learned that becoming whole isn't just a matter of whacking some bugs with an antibiotic or eating organic salmon and salads. It's not just a matter of healing the daddy wounds or coming to grips with a lifelong story of rejection.
It's about finding a relationship of unconditional love with God, because it is love- not a doctor, herb or belief system- that ultimately heals the whole person. Yet God gives us answers to healing through holistic medicine, as well as by His supernatural hand.
Indeed, most of the focus of the books that I've written has been upon medicine, but I realize that it's time to share all that I have learned from God as I have walked through the dark valley of this past decade. This includes strategies that heal the heart and spirit, as well as the body.
My knowledge is based upon my belief that Jesus Christ still heals supernaturally today, and that spiritual healing is the highest level of healing that we can attain to. Spiritual health can make us completely well, but it is also noble and good to seek healing at the physical level.
The journey to wholeness is always a journey, as none of us ever completely arrives this side of Heaven, but we can enter into a place of relative health and peace, with joy as the centerpiece of our days. I'm not there, but I am not the same person I was a decade ago. May victory be upon your horizon as it has been upon mine...