Chronic insomnia followed by wide spread sudden on-set pain left many doctors without a solid diagnosis. Many made guesses and offered ineffective treatments, but her pain continued. A chance encounter offered a possible diagnosis, which was finally confirmed by a physician. Unfortunately, effective treatment was still unavailable. After spending much time and money seeking treatment across Europe, Maya finally receives some relief at a Relaxation Clinic using Energy techniques led by a Chinese healer.
Over the course of several years, Maya continues to learn and grow in the ways of Energy, realizing she needed healing for more than the medical condition. Because she never gave up, always believed she could once again live a normal, fulfilling life, Maya has now learned what real happiness is, and is eager to share her story to encourage others who may be living less than fulfilling lives, and especially those who are ill and have been told by their doctors that there is nothing more they can do. Maya urges everyone to keep an open mind, learn to relax, and accept the healing energy that is available to us all.
This story is written with honesty, sharing much about her personal and family relationships, although it is not clear until the ending chapters why much of the information is given. I also question the addition of “The Baby Project” in the title since the issue of having a baby does not appear until the last chapters. I struggled a bit at first to find a rhythm in the writing, finding some of the phrasing awkward and sometimes repetitive. Once I realized English is not the authors primary language, this made sense and as I became engrossed in the story, less of a concern.
I recommend this book to anyone looking for hope, or feeling like they have run out of options.
**I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.