Donations of time go as far as money

What shall I say..?

After seeing the appalling conditions left by the Bhopal gas disaster, the filthy water, the horrendous suffering, I visited the Sambhavna Trust Clinic, a haven of healing run by a dedicated team of doctors and healthworkers. My heart and soul were immediately opened and I knew that this was the place I wanted to help.

I am a painter but also work and heal with crystals and Tibetan singing bowls. I am now living  in Goa and on my birthday I had a dream that I was giving singing bowl massages to many people here in Arambol. I hung a few pictures up in the local chai shop saying that I was giving massages and all donations would be going to Bhopal.

That was five weeks ago. The very next day a lady rang for an appointment and I started and haven’t stopped since, it’s travelled like wildfire word and mouth,  I am the woman who puts people to sleep…

I bought a large ceramic money pot which can’t be opened, so after their session people put the donation inside. I have no idea how much but that doesn’t matter. They all come back every week for more and more and more.

I have so much in life and am blessed and feel very privileged to live here, I have everything I need – so as long as I enjoy my work I will continue.

Angela’s part of the world!

I will then go sometime to the Clinic, hand over the pot and they can smash it, then we will see what goodies are inside. Later, I also intend to give these special singing bowl massages to some of the victims.

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"As an example of a holistic, environmentally-sound, community-focused and patient-centred approach to healthcare, the Sambhavna Clinic is way ahead of anything I have ever visited or worked in, anywhere in the world."

Dr John Hurst, Senior Lecturer, Honorary Consultant, UCL Medical School / Royal Free Hampstead NHS, London