MeetMeagan Rae

My journey into wellness, and healthy living, began at the young age of 14, when I began to realize the importance of eating healthy.  At the age of 17, I started practicing yoga daily. In doing so, I awoke the inner power of a healthy mind-body connection - a practice that continues to this day.
 
After graduating from the University of New Hampshire in 2000, I spent ten years in an unfulfilling career as a Mortgage Underwriter. I knew I needed a change. I wanted to feel passionate about my career. The career I so deeply desired finally manifested itself the day I became certified as a Reiki Master. I continued my journey by developing healing skills through classes on meditation, aromatherapy, herbalism, akashic record reading and intuitive development.

However, throughout these positive life changes, I continued to fight a silent, personal battle with agonizing stomach pain - a battle I had been fighting for years.  Every day, I was burdened by agonizing stomach pain. There was nothing I could do to alleviate the pain. At the end of my rope, and out of options, I began to accept that I would live the rest of my life with painful digestive problems, eating only fruits and vegetables.

 

One miraculous day, my life changed direction when a friend referred me to a magnetic therapy specialist. After five visits, 20+ years of constant discomfort, and chronic pain, slowly dissipated until, finally, I was healed.  After a period of stuffing my face with all the foods I deprived myself of for three years, I settled into a healthy diet of mostly organic vegetables, fruits, chicken, legumes and sprouted grains.

 

I knew I needed to learn this modality called Lyme Magnetic Protocol. In November 2016 I trained with Joan Randall of Integrative Wellness in Woodstock, VT.  Although I didn't have Lyme disease, I was able to benefit from magnet therapy. 

 

If we don't have our health, we can't live our best life, if we can't live in full joy, we can't put our best selves out there in this world, and if you ask me, what is the point of living if we can't do that?