launching your success
I was introduced to Gaya by a good friend, on 11th October 2011 during an incredibly stressful and traumatic period in my life. My friend had seen Gaya herself for some ‘guidance’ and texted me out of the blue, giving her name and number, simply saying – this lady is incredible and may just be able to help. At the time I was in a car, in busy Singapore, after dropping my daughter off at school and my wife was sat next to me and in a complete emotional mess (I and other friends felt she was having some kind of breakdown). I read the text and thought to myself ‘what have I got to lose?’.
I think it is appropriate to set the scene a little, as this will give some context to what happened next. When I look back and add up the list of ‘life events’ that we had experienced in the previous two years up to this point, it was no wonder that cracks were beginning to appear. I had been made redundant after 28 years service with a major bank, whilst living and working in Singapore. We had then decided to return to the UK to be close to my mother who was diagnosed with cancer. I lost my mother and father within six months, started a new job and moved house three times in the space of a year. We then decided – on a whim – to leave the the Island of Jersey (UK) and try and pick up our lives in Singapore where we had left off – the straw that broke the camels back as it turned out! Five weeks into our return my wife lost it and broke down. It felt like our once wonderful and exciting life had been turned on its head and was now full of uncertainty. For once in my life, I did not have any answers and I didn’t know what to do for the best. Linked to this was a desire to do the best our six year old adopted daughter. I was riddled with guilt, had no idea how to fix things and my once strong and confident wife was now an emotional wreck.
Enter Gaya! If I am honest, I really didn’t know what to expect, because all my friend had told me in her text was that ‘Gaya is an incredible lady’ that had guided her through a crisis and that she may be able to help me. So here I was sat with Gaya, a lovely, calming lady, who very quickly tuned into my life and issues and set about presenting answers – which all made perfect sense. Again and if I’m honest, I was initially a little shocked to hear Gaya say words like ‘her guides were telling her this….and she was seeing that….’. I had no idea I was meeting someone with a spiritual gift and to be honest had I known, I may not have visited as I have always been a sceptic in such things. So it was clear that she possessed some kind of sixth sense that allowed her to see into my life and then see what was the right path for me and my family.
Suffice to say, Gaya’s guidance was exceptional, she certainly doesn’t sit on the fence and we are talking decisive input here. For example – she picked up immediately that Singapore was not a good place for us as a family. It had been good, but it was time to move on as it would drain us of our hard earned savings and did not sit with my need for a more spiritual existence in a calmer place. Wow! Bomb shell! We had only been back five weeks and Gaya was telling me to leave! But instinctively, I knew she was right. There was something about her calm, but confident delivery, that just made sense. There wasn’t any hesitation or ambiguity, she just said it as she ‘heard it’ and I personally took great comfort from this. Here I was, getting some very clear instructions on how to sort our lives out. It was as if she was looking into a crystal ball and telling me which path to take.
Well we left Singapore within a couple of weeks and relocated back to the Island of Jersey, which Gaya had mentioned was going to be a good place to regroup and replenish the bank account. She also had some very valuable advice for my wife of whom she knew nothing about, having never met her or me discussing her. She wasn’t having a breakdown, her symptoms were part of the menopause and she should see her Doctor the moment we returned to Jersey. Bang on again. She also gave me the confidence to start my own business, which I did after a short detour back into banking. This has proved to be successful too.
Gaya remains a guide that I turn to when I don’t see ‘the answers’ too clearly myself. She has a special talent and incredible foresight – I really don’t know how else to explain it, but it works! I have since spoken with Gaya a few more times and each and every time I receive such valuable guidance from her. I am now living in Spain – and yes Gaya told me there was lots of energy in Spain about two years ago on our second meeting – where we are well and truly on the path to our dream life.
I once asked Gaya how she had gotten into being a spiritual life coach and she told me that her mother always told her that she had a special antenna! She had graduated and first followed a conventional path as a management consultant for a leading consultancy firm, but left to follow her passion or calling. Thank goodness she did!
If I were to summarise the reasons I would recommend Gaya, then if like me, your life was at rock bottom, then what have you got to lose? That said, having ‘a Gaya’ in ones life, should not just be about seeking guidance when everything is at a low point, it is also invaluable when you just need a guiding light. I once heard life described as driving a car down a dark road where the headlights only illuminate the next few meters. Gaya, helps to tell you not only what is around the corner, but what is on and over the horizon!
Thank you for moving me closer to my dream Gaya, you are a very special and gifted lady.