• Karen Law

Reflecting on the summer of 2020

Now that we’re into September, and the end of summer, I reflect on the year so far. It seems that we’d barely started 2020 and everything changed with the Covid-19 virus and lockdown. All plans were cancelled. And new ways of working were thrust upon us.


Back in the autumn of 2019 I had helped to arrange the Dundee leg of Dr Melanie Salmon’s Scottish tour where she came to tell us about her life and work. Hearing more about her therapy, Quantum Energy Coaching (QEC), really intrigued me. I was keen to attend the training but considered then that a 6 day residential course this autumn was not feasible considering my prior commitments for 2020. When Melanie announced in April that she was to deliver the training online I jumped at the chance. What else was I doing when I couldn’t work and all other commitment had been cancelled? It seemed that I was destined to do this.

person in car with a face covering/mask on

After learning about QEC and how to deliver it we have since been doing case studies and experiential work with our peers. This means that we are delving deeper into our own limiting beliefs and traumas. I doubt anyone has lived the perfect life without stress so QEC can be instrumental in allowing us to release limiting beliefs and install positive, life changing ones instead.


Early in training I wanted to deal with my bad habit of nail biting. In the past I have stopped but when stressed have started again. Embarrassed that I had been chewing on my nails again for the last two years I wanted to stop. And also to test QEC.

Melanie worked with me to identify what I needed to change and I ‘installed’ new beliefs into my subconscious, releasing the old negative habits. From that moment forward I did not bite my nails. For two months they grew out nicely and I was so proud of myself. And delighted with the power of QEC.

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