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Gail Petrowsky

Len M.

Dear Gail,

My weekend with you last week has me energized. I'm approaching "issues" in my life in a new and positive way. When I arrived that morning I didn't know what to expect. My friends had told me I'd tap into areas that might need attending to..and take steps to resolve some things. Me? What issues? I was all set, but I'd give it a try anyway.

On of those areas that needed attending to turned out to be my job and how I could make improvements both professionally and financially. Although my boss and I communicated well, he had no trouble telling me what he wanted. I wasn't being forceful enough and had a bad habit of pushing aside things that needed attention.

Another area was my relationship with my Dad, and how difficult it was to get him to say those two magic words: "Good Job".

I kind of let the weekend unfold. That first day I did a lot of listening and that was good for me. I slept great that night. The next day I was ready to talk but I didn't know it. Another thing I didn't know was that I had taken some baby steps toward self-discovery. I was able to open up because I was in a safe environment with good people. I got a lot of stuff out that I had pushed aside.

It was a great weekend. Thank you.

Best wishes,

Len M.

Karen

Gail, your seminars are eye opening, a conscious awakening, empowering, freeing and more. I want to thank you and your assistants. You all give so much.

Karen

Maggie

Hi Gail:

Your seminar was truly the most meaningful event I've ever had the pleasure to experience. It was difficult at times to do the things required, but the end result was well worth any effort expended. You have a unique way of approaching some very personal issues, but so very effective. There have been times I've attended events aimed at the same basic issues as your seminar, but none that ever had such an impact on me. It was a more intimate, personal; atmosphere that lifted my spirits more than anything ever has.

The usual outcome for me is that I'm pumped up while it's all happening, and then once I'm away from the atmosphere my enthusiasm disappears within a couple of days. Your seminar is the very first such experience that stayed with me, and left me feeling so very grateful and blessed. I still get angry easily, but now the anger is easier to control. I remind myself I no longer need that anger. Sometimes it makes me wonder if it isn't habit because it's been so engrained in my life for so long. Thanks to you, it's something I can look at with a different viewpoint.

Your methods and nurturing are truly phenomenal – you have a way of bringing out such honesty. Joe was so right when he said "Gail gets the good, the bad and the ugly". You took some flack from several people, but remained calm and gracious through it all. Joe also said, "There should be more Gail Petrowsky's out there" and he is right about that, too. There would be more mentally healthy people out there. I'm convinced of that.

Please keep doing what you do so well. Thanks for doing so much. You're so energetic.

Love,

Maggie

Bruce

Dear Gail,

I thank you very much for the second healing. I don't even pretend to understand at this time all of the knowledge that Gail possesses. She is just the most knowledgeable person in human relationships that I have ever met.

I have seized the moment again and reconnected with my son Gordon and my brother Everett. I have asked each of them to come to the mens's wellness next year. I have already shared a dinner with Ray.

I was glad to be a witness to the Miracle of Roberta's and Kahty's exit from estrangement. It was a powerful thing for me to see!

You have no dogma or doctrine and yet you heal! You do better what others just talk about. I was spiritually bound and you set me free! I don't even begin to understand the reasons why you don't form your own Church. But I wish you would so we could see you on a more regular basis.

Love,

Bruce

B.C.

Thank you Gail!

Until the Women's Wellness Weekend, I had no idea how much I missed out on in life. For years I was incomplete. I always referred to myself as a fighter for my family and friends. And a fighter for what I thought was the correct way to live. But I never really fought for ME or the correct way for me to live. No one could have made me believe that in one weekend I could find the most important part of me that had been missing "MY SPIRIT". I had buried it beneath everyone else's needs for so long I almost forgot where it was. I now have regained that most important part of all of us and I have embraced it like a long los friend and we are having a great time. It was a little damaged but still strong. ALL MY SPIRIT needed was a little attention.

B.C.