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Have you gained peace through suffering?

Hello, My name is Cheryl Sly. I am located in Phoenix, AZ, USA.
I have an alternative medical practice striving to help create balance mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually for others. Unfortunately, many are suffering with deep discontent in their hearts. I often find that I give my heart and soul to help these people shift. While some do, many never make the changes necessary toward optimal health. Through my observation, the average American is in the instant gratification mentality with many wants, needs, and desires creating this deep lack and suffering in their heart.

I have taken it on as my personal mission to interview people from around the world whom have experienced suffering in their lives and whom have found peace through their suffering. It is my intention to utilize these real life experiences as teaching tools to help build a more balanced, peaceful, loving, and trusting communities locally and globally.

I hope to reach many. Please contact me with your story. How have you gained peace through suffering?

With great respect and admiration for your strength and courage... THANK YOU.

Please contact me at:

Cheryl Sly
In the US: 602.576.8504



oanhluu's picture

Dear Cheyl Sly, I

Dear Cheyl Sly,
I really like your job because it requires kind heart and impatient people, and I think it's very hard because you have to cure other souls. That means curing and changing other lives.
It's precious if there are someone who have ambition because it can help their jobs go futher and futher. However, It's very dangerous if they don't know where their last destinations are. Your patients are people who almost always see forward the future and often compare them with others who are better. They are very competitive. So, they usually have pressure on their jobs.
I am wondering how they can change. It had better if we let them see the reality of life. They are the people of future. But, they need to know that there are many harsh things in life, there are many people who are less unlucky than them, and life need their sharing. They are very lucky, they have family to love and share with and care for. Their parents, their sibblings, and their realatives are the people who help them the most and give them their whole life. Have they ever done something to bring the happiness to their family and others? Think about thier happiness. When did they have the last happiness? why? What are the diffences between when they had happiness and now? Why have they changed? Let's change their purposes of life because they are living for themseft not others. Let's give them more occasions to see the other lives being in difficulties. Let them give others a hand. Let them enjoy the life from the normal things surrounding them: a fresh life with sports, cooking together, making gifts for their famlies and orphans and the elder.
I think that heart-sick need to be cured by hearted-ways.
Giving them thousands of hearted-says.


irmia's picture

Thanks for the opportunity :)

Hey Cheryl:

Thanks for reaching us.
May you always be blessed :)


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