PATRICIA'S STORY CONTINUES...
she continued to experience clairvoyant dreams,
visions and empathic "knowings," her focus became
her family and, over time, her successful career in
the corporate world, and acting.
In 1992, Patricia's oldest son almost lost his life
twice in a matter of weeks - first in a random,
vicious shooting at a Phoenix club, and then when a
group of gang members drove up next to him as he
filled his car with gas and brought him down with a
spray of bullets.
Dreams had warned her of the first shooting, but her
son chose not to listen. When the dreams
intensified after the first attack, her son and
others tried to comfort her, saying they must spring
from her trauma over the nightclub attack.
Of course, they did not.
As her son fought for his life, Patricia immersed
herself in prayer. In those hours and days, she made
a commitment to God to fulfill her calling to be a
healer - not because she wanted to "strike a
bargain," but because the enormity of the experience
had re-awakened her, spiritually.
When her son recovered, she enrolled in massage
school, devoting many hours every week to studying
the ancient healing arts and growing, spiritually.
In 1992, she founded Utopia Therapeutics™, a private
massage-therapy and alternative health practice, in
Phoenix, Arizona. Her clientele grew, as word of her
skills, compassion and commitment spread throughout
Traditional medical and mental health professionals
discovered Patricia was not only supportive of their
work and expertise (unlike many alternative
healers), but an excellent therapy provider. They
began referring patients struggling with chronic
pain or anxiety problems to her for help.
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