The healing practice
I find it very humbling to consider that each of us is innately spiritual, that each of us has a direct relationship with the divine Principle, Love.
My role as a Christian Science practitioner is to help bring that relationship more clearly into focus, through specific prayer.
That clearer view is what’s needed for healing.
I first came across Christian Science in my early twenties, and even a tiny glimpse of the spiritual viewpoint that Christian Science gives was enough to radically change my life. I began, through prayer, to have physical healings and other kinds of problems were also resolved. Gradually the good that I was experiencing spilled over into helping others experience healing. My practice grew and in 2006 I became listed as a full-time practitioner in The Christian Science Journal, in Central London, and also in Surbiton, Greater London, where I live with my husband Tony. In 2012 I became listed as a Christian Science teacher.
At the time I found Christian Science I was working as a computer programmer, after graduating from Melbourne University, Australia, with a B.Sc. I left that career to become a Christian Science nurse, and worked in that profession in various capacities, including institutional and home nursing, on-the-job training and class room teaching. I also gained a Diploma in Education and worked as a supply teacher in primary schools, then with adults labelled as developmentally disabled. I also worked in the Treasurer’s office at The Mother Church, in Boston USA, before returning to London in 2004, where I managed a central London Reading Room before becoming Journal-listed as a Christian Science practitioner.