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Almost four months have passed since my last blog post, Miracles with Gregg Braden. Much has occurred in my life. You probably find the same in your life. Things happen as you know all too well.
If you are like me and you deal with chronic health issues then you know how it robs you of your energy and consumes much time in medical appointments and wellness practices. You will also know that living life becomes much more complicated. It’s a struggle to earn income. It’s a struggle to keep up with daily activities. Sometimes, it’s a struggle to stay motivated as life continues to throw obstacles in your direction.
But, whether you deal with health issues or not, life still has its challenges for many. So — that’s why in addition to bringing you (and I) more miracle stories in future, I have also scheduled a series of interviews with some amazing and inspiring people.
And while I will not claim to have the answers to life’s mysteries or life’s challenges, it is my hope you will find inspiration in the offerings on the Miracle Mama blog and that they will bring some added peace and joy into your life.
I’ll be back next week with an inspiring story from one of my good friends. In the meantime, I want to share one of the thousands of quote’s that I love from the book titled, The Eye of the I . (btw, this is not an affiliate link)
“What the people in the world actually want is the recognition of who they really are on the highest level, to see that the same Self radiates forth within everyone, heals their feeling of separation, and brings about a feeling of peace.” — David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D.
Hello Miracle Enthusiasts! How are ya’ll doing? I hope you’re doing well.
Today I want to share with you an incredible story about a healing performed in a medicine-less hospital in Beijing, China.
Two years ago, I came across a video clip showing an excerpt of a talk given by author and speaker, Gregg Braden at a conference in Milan, Italy. In the video, Gregg describes the case of a woman who was diagnosed with an inoperable bladder cancer by Western doctors.
At the hospital, patients are taught “new eating habits, gentle forms of movement to stimulate the life force (chi) within the body, and novel methods of breathing.” These practices help strengthen the body “for the healing that’s possible.”
When the patient is ready, they “undergo the treatment that was recorded on the video.”
Gregg shows a clip from that video during his talk in Milan (2007). The clip shows the woman’s bladder cancer disappear within minutes. Please watch the video to see what I mean (Gregg sets up the clip at the 1:22 minute mark).
In the film clip, the experienced meditators held the feeling (a knowing) in their mind and heart that the healing was already done.
In the next video, Gregg Braden further explains how the woman’s bladder cancer was healed making the case that human feelings, the ancients called prayer, affect matter.
Gregg’s book, Secrets of the Lost Mode of Prayer, describes a forgotten form of prayer lost in the West, but found to still be used in the remote monasteries of Tibet and in the high deserts of the American Southwest.
St. Matthew 17:20 (KJV) “And Jesus said unto them, Because of your unbelief: for verily I say unto you. If ye have faith as a grain of mustard seed, ye shall say unto this mountain, Remove hence to yonder place; and it shall remove: and nothing shall be impossible unto you.”
What is the “faith as a grain of mustard seed,” but the absolute knowing that it will grow into a mustard plant for within it, is its blueprint. It is already done.
We don’t heal because we are surrounded and influenced by a mass consciousness that says and believes we can’t heal. We lack the knowing; “faith as a grain of mustard seed”.
Some of us find the key to override the mass consciousness, while others of us still search. One thing is for certain; each of us have our own unique and sacred path.
Well, I hope you liked this story. I know that I found this story inspiring and so wanted to share it with you too. Please share if it inspires you.
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Lydia Herrle, the beautiful warrior butterfly, a miracle story.
On May 17th, 2012, the unthinkable happened. As thirteen year old Lydia Herrle stepped off the school bus at the end of her lane, she was struck by a recycling truck. Her slight frame flew twenty-five meters across the highway pavement.
Lydia’s mom, Michelle, had gone into town to do an errand when her two boys called her cell to say it looked like a recycling truck hit a bus at the end of their lane.
Minutes later, Michelle received another call to say Lydia had been hit, it was bad and she might not make it.
Lydia’s injuries were extensive. She was transported first to a local city hospital and within an hour air-lifted to Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children where it was determined Lydia had a fractured skull, sternum and rib fractures, displaced collarbone, collapsed lung, internal bleeding, bruised liver and “road rash” covered her arms and legs from being thrown across the pavement.
The thirteen year-old lay in a coma with severe brain injuries.
Apparently, a coma is the body’s protective response to significant trauma and when the body is sufficiently healed the person emerges from the coma state.
Within days of the accident, lime green (Lydia’s favourite colour) ribbons began appearing everywhere in the community. Home owners tied them around trees in their yards, on mailboxes and light fixtures, around telephone poles, around door handles, vehicle owners tied them around mirrors.
Whether you were traveling through the several small towns on the cities periphery or traveling in the city itself, it seemed everyone was praying for Lydia Herrle and helping her to stay strong.
A local high school posted a sign, “We believe! Lydia Herrle, class of 2017.”
Lydia’s mom, Michelle started a blog, “Pray for Lydia 2012” four days after Lydia’s accident to share the family’s journey and to thank the community for all their support.
Michelle continued to share the progress and setbacks Lydia experienced while recovering and to share poems, quotes and music for inspiration along the healing journey.
In a post made in May 2012, Michelle writes —
“In a conversation with a dear friend, we likened Lydia’s coma to the cocooning that happens, before the butterfly emerges. It is quiet and still in the cocoon, but much transformation is taking place. Praying for beautiful things for Lydia in this time.”
Lydia began to emerge slowly from the coma in late June, roughly six weeks after the accident. Although still in the coma, her eyes opened, however Lydia’s brain was still healing. It was on July 21st hospital staff determined that Lydia was no longer in the coma.
Although recovery from a brain injury can take years, it is known that most of the healing occurs within the first two years.
Lydia has completed only 25% of her recovery time (of 2 yrs.) yet she has made phenomenal gains in the several months since the accident. She has had to re-learn to walk, eat, talk, virtually all of the tasks most of us take for granted. Lydia’s medical team see her progressing much faster than what was predicted.
Lydia tells her story of being in the coma in a video titled, “Warrior Butterfly.” Please watch this inspiring 3-minute video and witness the amazing courage and determination of the warrior butterfly princess.
Thank you Lydia Herrle for showing us how love can move mountains. You are such a courageous warrior butterfly!
Some of you may know this story. Others may not. This is a sad story.
Amanda Todd was born on November 27, 1996. Amanda ended her life on October 10, 2012. Amanda was fifteen years old.
Why did this happen?
As a young teen, Amanda endured three years of being stalked, blackmailed, tormented and bullied by an online predator and classmates. Despite changing schools several times in attempt to leave her tormentors behind; the torments followed. In one incident, Amanda was physically assaulted by peers. Her father found her in a ditch.
Amanda’s story is not new. Countless teens and young people have ended their life due to being bullied, ridiculed and shamed. The stories are endless. It’s a fact that teen suicide is the second highest cause of death.
Amanda’s story and the stories of others who end their life due to bullying sheds light on the cruelty that exists in us as a society.
What makes us act so cruelly toward another? What is in the person who stalks and blackmails another? What is in the person who torments, shames and ridicules another over and over again? How do we get sucked into justifying the cruelty of one toward another so that it becomes a group effort?
Amanda Todd’s mother, Carol Todd, describes Amanda as a very caring individual who would help others who needed it. Amanda’s father, Norm Todd, refers to Amanda as “a strong little girl.” In fact, the two were planning to get a tattoo together that said, “Stay. Strong.”
Can and will Amanda’s story help us to uplift each other and aspire us to loftier values such as; patience, tolerance, forgiveness, responsibility, compassion and concern for others?
Can and will Amanda’s story help us to see what is missing in a society of individuals that cruelly bullies another?
Do we as a society have any idea about what Love really is?
Amanda Todd is an Angel because her short life is touching millions worldwide. Amanda Todd lives in the heart of each one of us, including her tormentors, as a cry for Love. Please help answer the call.
A strong little girl’s story has brought to light a need and some people are working together to ensure change happens. Jian Ghomeshi is one of those people. Please listen to Jian’s essay here, then click the Listen button on his page.
“…and so for Amanda, here’s hoping that somehow, somewhere, you can hear this; we are collectively sorry, and this one is for you.” Jian Ghomeshi.
Thank you for taking the time to read and share this post. Please help spread the message of Angel Amanda Todd.
It is with immense pleasure that I share with you another inspiring story that illustrates the miracle of love and compassion.
Jack Kornfield tells a beautiful story about Tenzin, a Tibetan refugee. Kornfield worked as a hospice nurse when he met Tenzin.
Tenzin was diagnosed with a curable form of cancer. His doctor admitted him to the hospital for the first round of chemotherapy. Now, Tenzin was a gentle man, but during the treatment, he became very agitated and argumentative with the nurses and the doctors.
Tenzin’s wife explained to them that he had been held as a political prisoner by the Chinese communist army for seventeen years. They killed his first wife and repeatedly tortured and brutalized him throughout his imprisonment.
She told them that he feels tortured by the hospital treatments. They gave him flashbacks of what he suffered in the prison and it caused him to feel hatred inside just like he felt toward those Chinese soldiers.
She said, he would rather die than have to live with the hatred he feels again. Further, she added that according to their belief it is very bad to have hatred in your heart at the time of death.
Tenzin’s wife stressed that he couldn’t go on like this and he needed to be able to pray and cleanse his heart.
The doctors discharged Tenzin and assigned a hospice team to his care.
Jack encouraged Tenzin to talk about his prison experience, but Tenzin would not have it. He told Jack that he must learn to love again if he was to heal his heart. Tenzin stated further, it was Jack’s job to teach him how to love again.
Well, Jack wondered how he would do this, so he asked, “How can I help you to love again?”
Tenzin replied, “Sit down. Drink my tea. Eat my cookies.”
So Jack did that.
For several weeks, Jack sipped the not easy to drink Tibetan tea and munched on cookies while visting with Tenzin in the hospice room.
When Jack arrived for the scheduled visits he saw Tenzin sitting on the bed reciting his prayers from his books. Gradually the room was transformed into a beautiful religious shrine.
Two months later, Jack asked Tenzin what Tibetans do when they’re ill in the spring. Tenzin explained that they sit downwind from the flowers to be dusted with the new blossom pollen that floats on the spring breeze. To Tibetans, this new pollen is strong medicine.
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Jack began bringing flowers to the house, but soon found this an overwhelming task. A friend suggested Jack take Tenzin to a local nursery.
Jack explained the situation to the nursery manager and the following weekend Jack took Tenzin and his wife along with provisions of tea, cookies, prayer books and beads to enjoy the aroma of the fresh flowers for an afternoon at the nursery.
The next weekend they visited another nursery. The third weekend they went to another.
By the fourth week, Jack began to get calls from the previous nurseries inviting Tenzin and his wife to come again. One manager said a new shipment of Nicotiana was arriving and they had some wonderful Fuschia and Daphne. Tenzin was sure to love the scent of the Daphne. He also had some new lawn furniture they might enjoy as well.
Another nursery called to say they received some colorful wind socks so Tenzin could predict where the wind was blowing so he could sit properly downwind.
The nurseries all around were competing for Tenzin’s visits. People began to know and care about Tenzin and his wife. The nursery employees set up the lawn furniture for them and brought them fresh water for their tea. Regular customers would leave their wagons of fresh flowers near them when they shopped. A loving community grew around Tenzin and his wife.
The spring turned into summer.
At the end of the summer, Tenzin returned to the doctor for another CT scan to determine the extent of the spread of the cancer.
The doctor could find no evidence of cancer at all. He was dumbfounded. He said he couldn’t explain it.
Tenzin lifted his finger and said, “I know why the cancer has gone away. It could no longer live in a body that is filled with love.”
He explained to the doctor that when he felt all the compassion from the hospice people, from the nursery, from the employees, from the customers and from all the people who wanted to know him, he started to change inside. He felt fortunate to have had the opportunity to heal in that way.
Tenzin wanted the doctor to remember that medicine was not the only way; sometimes compassion can cure cancer as well.
Hope you enjoyed Jack Kornfield’s story. To listen to the full recording click here.
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I found an article on how to create miracles that I think you will enjoy. The article is originally titled “Develop a Miracle Thinking Mindset” and was published on blog.dreamtool.org.
I contacted the author, Randy Peyser who gave me permission to reprint the article for you. Without further ado, please read Randy’s article below.
Kathleen Ronald makes no sales calls to attract clients, yet her phone rings off the hook and she speaks before thousands of people every year.
Guitarist, Steven Walters, was given 24 hours to live. Fourteen years later, he still shows no signs of leukemia.
A fire, which consumed 500,000 acres, swept across Ronnie Chittim’s property in Oregon. While everything in every direction burnt to the ground, Ronnie’s home remained untouched.
Each of these people was looking for a miracle and each achieved it.
In the pursuit of your dream, do you ever notice how sometimes you have to work hard or struggle, while other times, things seem to flow more easily? Often, when you desire something, like more business, a relationship, greater abundance, or good health, you might take the necessary action steps, throw in a few prayers for good measure, then wait for your miracle to unfold.
But if your desired outcome doesn’t appear, you may feel so frustrated or stuck that you might even begin to wonder if you’re going to have to spend the rest of your life making nests out of pencil shavings. Hold on, there’s hope!
Obviously, people like Steven, Ronnie and Kathleen did something that enabled them to create their goals. I call people like Steven, Ronnie and Kathleen, “Miracle Thinkers.”
“Miracle Thinking” is about developing the kind of mindset that leads to the growing of miracles in your life. If you want to create your dream, please consider becoming a Miracle Thinker.
Being a Miracle Thinker does not necessarily mean you have to have it together all the time. We’re human. We react, overreact, slump, despair, panic or feel stuck. We get depressed, feel fragile, lose it and sometimes feel lost.
However, being a Miracle Thinker means that, sooner or later, we remember that we can make new choices. We choose peace, and we keep on going in the direction of our dreams.
If you would like some quick steps to start developing a Miracle Thinking mindset for yourself, try some of these on for size:
• Step into and live your truth.
• Express yourself without censoring yourself.
• Make choices and take actions that lead to the cultivation of a miracle mindset.
• Be tactful, but choose to never withhold anything from anyone for any length of time.
• Make phone calls and do follow-ups.
• Let go of the victim stance.
• Step away from that which is not for your Highest Good.
• Say ‘yes’ to life more often than you say ‘no.’
• Move with the flow.
As you develop your ability as a Miracle Thinker, you might notice results immediately. But if it’s taking forever to create your dream: 1) either you are not clearly aligned with your goal and a part of you fears the achievement of it; 2) your goal isn’t for your Highest Good; 3) the timing isn’t right; 4) or you might be going through what I call, “W-A-I-T Training,” in which case there are more things for you to learn before you can have your dream.
If this is a timing issue, there are usually people or resources you need which aren’t in place yet. Divine Right Timing always trumps our own sense of timing. When no doors seem to open, think of this time as the ‘Ripening Time.’ Even if you are already a deep person, it’s guaranteed that you are being deepened even more by the Divine Source that created you. The trick is to maintain your Miracle Mindset and keep staying the course, regardless.
Do you long for a miracle to occur in your life? Are you tired of feeling like life is an uphill battle? Do you want to feel happy and free from struggle?
Miracles are possible. Life can feel easy. You can be happy.
Lester Levenson did it. Anita Moorjani did it. Many, many others did it. And — you can do it too! I’m a firm believer in that.
It seems that societal systems tend to make and keep us small and dependent. I don’t know how or when it got that way, but it did.
Unfortunately, it’s not going to get any better. We cannot continue to expect societal systems to have the answers to all our problems. Sometimes, we need to find our own solutions.
Lester Levenson found his own solution after the doctor’s gave up on him. If you haven’t yet read, The Miracle of Lester Levenson, I highly recommend it. (Click on title to read it)
In 1952, at the age of 42, Lester suffered a severe coronary attack. The doctor’s sent him home from the hospital telling him there was nothing they could do and advised him to keep all stress off his heart lest he should have another heart attack that would kill him.
Completely devastated, Lester went home with little desire to continue living this way. Lester had to find the answer to his problem.
Lester went within his own heart. He spent weeks soul-searching. Lester found an entire life-time of ill feelings toward persons, places and situations; resentment, anger, fear, envy, selfishness.
Bit-by-bit he released all of it over a three month period. The releasing led to amazing abilities (please read The Miracle of Lester Levenson for details).
Lester experienced the state of Oneness. He experienced the essence of every living thing – Beingness and realized his Oneness with everyone and everything “because his essence was the essence of all.”
The releasing led to an end to health problems. Lester was free, happy and peaceful. He lived another forty-three years after his heart attack at age 42.
Anita Moorjani, survived death after entering a coma when her organs shut down from stage 4 lymphoma cancer. Anita’s near death experience while in the coma state showed her the Oneness state, just like Lester experienced.
Anita understood that we are all One, all part of the One consciousness, all facets of the One Source. She saw that a life-time of fear created the cancer state.
Once Anita realized how truly magnificent we really are, her fear released immediately. She knew she was healed at that moment. Within six months, Anita’s body was completely healed of cancer. She looked the picture of vibrant health to all who saw her. Please read, The Miracle of Anita Moorjani and watch the video for the complete story.
Lester and Anita are not alone. There are countless stories I’ve come across all pointing to the same message. (Eventually, I’ll have them up on the blog.)
Releasing all negativity and filling ourselves up with love and compassion creates miracles.
Sounds simple enough, right? Well. I don’t know about you, but when it comes to me and making a change in my life, I need a mentor. Not just any mentor. I want a mentor who achieved attainment. I believe in going to the source.
Unfortunately, Lester passed on in 1994, but I’m happy to find Stephen Seretan, a personal friend and student of Lester Levenson for 11 years. Stephen teaches Lester’s method for releasing negativity, called the K.I.S.S. Releasing System. K.I.S.S. is acronym for “Keep it Simple Sweetheart”, Lester’s favorite saying.
The K.I.S.S. Releasing Systemis exactly what Lester taught. You can email Stephen with any questions you may have. SedonaMethodKiss [at] yahoo [dot] com.
Stephen also told me that he has a few rare typed copies of Lester’s book, “No Attachments, No Aversions” with Lester’s margin notes in his own hand. Stephen said it’s like being there with him.
To see his inner ideas about being free in the world right there on the paper in front of you is an amazing read. Fascinating, in fact.
These copies are selling for $49. However, they aren’t shown on the website. You’ll have to email Stephen if you’re interested in receiving a copy.
There is plenty of no charge information available from both Anita and Lester; however, if you feel that you need more, I recommend investigating the books and programs.
I wish to see miracles abound. I wish to see an end to struggle and despair. And so I share my discoveries with you in love.
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Please remember that this site provides information for educational and recreational purposes only and is not intended to provide medical advice of any kind. Always consult a health-care professional.
One of my friends brought the story of Shelley Yates to my attention. Thanks Mel! This is an amazing story that illustrates the power of perseverance and miraculous recovery from near death.
Like The Miracle of Anita Moorjani, this story is a miracle that not only involves Shelley Yates but, her four year old son Evan, as well. Both survived near death experiences on November 14, 2002.
Here’s the story;
Once upon a time, there was a woman named Shelley Yates. Shelley was a “negative, unhappy, miserable human being who hated living and hated being here.” A single mom on welfare who believed it was “me against the world.” But…, that was before…..
On November 14, 2002 Shelley was driving with her four year old son in the car on a road that was used infrequently. She was on her way to a friends house to “complain about her life“ . As she drove, she noticed that the lake on her left was flooded and water was running over the road ahead and spilling into a marshy area on the right.
Shelley continued to drive.
The tires of their car began hydroplaning to the point that the water lifted and carried the car over the guard rail and into the flooded marshy area on the right.
The car landed on its roof and began to sink down under the water. Shelley figured on rolling the windows down so that she and her son could get out, however the electricity short-circuited leaving a four inch gap where water began barreling into the car.
Up to this point, Shelley felt under control. She was a scuba diver and life saver. She knew what needed to be done.
Once the car filled up with water and the pressure equalized, she would open the car door and swim out with her son in tow.
The water filled in up to her shoulders. She instructed her son to take a deep breath and hold the air in. Shelley did the same. Under the water they went. When the water completely filled the car she pulled on the door handle to open the door.
It wouldn’t budge. The car door was jammed shut! It wouldn’t open. She pushed on the glass. The window wouldn’t budge either.
All the while, Shelley was holding her son Evan with one hand while attempting to work on the door and window with the other. She knew she had to let go of her son to use the force of all her strength to free them. Shelley released her grip and with a shove allowed Evan’s body to float into the back seat area of the car hoping there was a pocket of air for him to breathe.
With all of her force Shelley tried desperately to open the doors of the car. By this time, she had to breathe. Shelley describes inhaling water to “breathing liquid fire”. She realized they weren’t getting out.
Frantically, Shelley looked for Evan’s body. She wanted to hold him. She didn’t want her son’s last memory to be of her pushing him away.
As she was about to take another breath, Shelley heard a loud booming voice command, “Relax.” Then the voice softened instructing her to give herself over to the water and told her that help was on the way.
Shelley surrendered to the water. Immediately, she realized that while her body stayed in the car, the essence of who she was went off into the sky. Shelley remembers the brilliant blueness of the sky and six majestic beings at least six or seven feet tall appeared.
The beings called her “dear”, “dear one”, and “child”. They told her they would help her and her son and instructed her to follow their instructions and to have faith.
While Shelley was unconscious and having a near death experience involving six majestic beings, two men driving in separate cars on the road Shelley’s car left were talking on their cells phones to each other. One man asked the other, “Did you see the car in the lake?” The man replied, “No.”“Oh my gosh, that means the car just went in,” the other man said in response. Both drivers turned their car around and headed back to where Shelley’s car went into the lake.
The two men took turns diving to find the car and get the people out. A third man, a nine year veteran paramedic and passenger, waited.
Shelley reckons her car was under water for at least fifteen minutes before one of the men found her body and pulled her out. The man told her that her body was black and blue, she had moss in her eyeballs, up her nose, in her ears and her lips were black. His comment to Shelley was, “You were dead as anything I’ve ever seen.”
The paramedic performed CPR for a full seven minutes before giving up. Turning to the other guys, he said, “She’s gone.” At that moment, Shelley sat straight up and shouted, “Get my baby out of the lake!”
The divers went back down under the water, but could not find Evan’s body. By this time, a crowd had formed and one of the people shouted there was a boom truck at the top of the hill.
The boom truck driver pulled the car up out of the lake. They opened the car door. Evan’s body floated out.
Shelley reckons, Evan was in the lake for over a half hour.
Emergency vehicles took Shelley and Evan to separate hospitals.
Once Shelley’s vital signs became normal, the hospital discharged her. Arriving at the hospital where her son was taken, she found him in the intensive care unit on life supports.
The hospital wanted her permission to unplug him to stop his suffering. The neurologists told her he would be brain dead. Shelley went out to the hall to think.
Suddenly, Shelley remembered talking to the majestic beings while she was unconscious in the lake. She heard that same voice now saying to her, “Fill it up.”
The beings explained to her that we have an energy body and a human body. The energy body of her son was so badly depleted she had to rebuild it. Shelley compares it to giving a blood transfusion.
The beings instructed her to put both hands on her child and share her greatest human joy to give him a reason to wake up, a reason to stay.
She knew she needed help with this task. She called everyone she knew and asked them to call everyone they knew. For three solid days, hundreds of people filed one at a time into Evan’s room to put their hands on him and share their joy with him.
Of course, Shelley didn’t tell people they were doing an energy transfer, she simply instructed them to touch him and tell him the things they loved about being here. She asked them to sing him a song or share a story, inspire him, uplift him.
Also, there was to be no negativity in the room. No one was allowed to talk as if Evan was not there and couldn’t hear them.
For three whole days, they did this while Evan got worse and worse and worse. “His bowels started to pass out of his diaper and he smelled like rotten meat.”
Doctors urged Shelley to unplug him. Shelley went out to the hall.
Shelley talked in her mind. It went something like this, “You told me to do this energy transfer and I did, so now what?”
At that moment, she heard, “Shelley, come, he’s awake!” Shelley rushed into his room. There he was, sitting up and looking around.
For the next sixteen hours, Shelley held him and sang songs to him.
The doctors came in to the room and said, “We have to send you out of ICU. Your son’s not sick enough to be here.
“The burn marks from the paddles were gone and he smelled like new babies.”
The doctors explained further, “We’re sending you to recovery, but your son will never walk and never talk. He will never be your son again.”
Within three days, Evan said, “Mommy, I gotta poop.” Shelley walked to the bathroom with her son.
The story doesn’t end there.
Seven months later, Shelley was driving. She heard that same voice, the one from her near death experience. It said, “Hello, dear one.” Shelley felt so much bliss and joy from the presence of the beings that she thought she would explode. In fact, she almost lost control of her car.
The beings told her that what she did for her dying son with a small group of people, she could do for a dying planet with a large group of people. They explained that the earth can be healed with an energy transfer from a large group of people and they gave her the date and time; July 17, 2007, 11:11 GMT.
In Part 4 of her video, Shelley explains that she did not want the project. She began looking for people who would take the project on.
Shelley shared the story of her near death experience and subsequent visits from the majestic beings hoping that someone would take the responsibility from her. But, no one would. They all said it was her project to do.
One day, Shelley met Annie. Annie told Shelley that fifteen years ago, an angel came to her and told her someone was coming to her with a project and that one hour of human time could change the course of humanity. The angel told Annie she was to be an assistant to the one coming with the project.
Shelley said to Annie, “You’re crazier than me.” Shelley went home.
Annie persisted with phone calls to Shelley until finally one day, Annie said to Shelley, “You owe those beings a debt of gratitude. Every day you play with your son. Every day you love and kiss your son. Every day you have your baby in your arms. The most you can do is follow their instructions.”
Annie guilt-ed Shelley into the project and with the help of Annie’s husband, Fire The Grid ignited.
The purpose of Fire The Grid is to collectively lift our fields for a one hour time period. The first one hour time period took place on July 17, 2007. The latest one took place November 11, 2011.
Shelley explains how to walk the path.
1) Do no harm and it must start with yourself first.
2) Do everything with honesty and integrity.
3) Find your human joy and be thankful for the opportunity.
Shelley further explains there are three things to do every day to lift your field.
1) Lift your field from “me me me” to sharing and giving. Practice random acts of kindness.
2) Lift your field by finding your joy and being grateful.
3) Lift your field by listening to uplifting music.
I hope you enjoyed this miracle story. All of the information came from the eight part video series and Shelley’s website. I’ve posted part 1 of the video series below for you to listen to. Please check out Shelley’s website for the full details about the project and download some very uplifting music.
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Anita’s book chronicles a thrilling true account of her journey from end-stage lymphoma (cancer) to a miraculous healing. Anita’s unbelievable recovery, that even baffled doctors, began the moment she awoke from a 30 hour coma during which she met the truth of her being.
Please join me while I give my impressions and snippets from Anita’s beautiful gift to humanity; Dying To Be Me.
I really like the way the book is organized into three parts; life before Anita’s near death experience (NDE), life during and after the NDE and finally, how to live as a reflection of your core essence; Love Itself.
Part one, describes the benefits and challenges of growing up “immersed in three cultures and languages simultaneously.” I found this part in and of itself very interesting, informative and moving.
Anita’s account of her experiences; growing up in a family of Hindu tradition, the heart-warming influences of a Chinese nanny and the confusion, ridicule and bullying she experienced while attending educational facilities shines light on the narrow view dictated by our perceptions.
As I read, I pondered the effects of ignorance when we cling to a minuscule view of the grander picture. I remembered when my own ignorance caused pain and suffering to others.
Part two, paints a vibrantly vivid picture of a hidden realm in the midst of a very serious life and death situation; it’s aptly titled, “My Journey to Death… and Back.”
Comatose and physically unresponsive to outward appearances, Anita remained full of life-giving energy on the inside; at her core essence.
Medical personnel reported that lemon-sized tumors covered her entire middle section. All her organs had shut down. Her cavity filled with fluid. Veins had retracted.
Yet, Anita saw and heard all conversations and occurrences that transpired while she laid in the hospital bed severed from the use of her five physical senses. Anita even became aware that her brother was driving to the airport, thousands of miles away, to board a plane that would bring him to her bedside.
“Here I am without my body, race, culture, religion, or beliefs…yet I continue to exist!”
“I was filled with the knowledge that I was simply magnificent!”
“I still felt myself completely enveloped in a sea of unconditional love and acceptance. I was able to look at myself with fresh eyes, and I saw that I was a beautiful being of the Universe. I understood that just the fact that I existed made me worthy of this tender regard rather than judgment. I didn’t need to do anything specific; I deserved to be loved simply because I existed, nothing more and nothing less.”
While in this state, Anita felt the presence of her father who had died 10 years prior. She also felt the presence of her good friend who died from cancer just a few years prior. At the same time, Anita felt the presence of other loving beings. But, somehow, Anita also felt One with everyone and everything.
“It was as though I was enveloped in the oneness, the pure essence of every living being and creature, without their aches, pains, dramas, and egos.”
Anita states she had a choice whether to come back or not. She writes that although the pull toward not returning was quite strong, she knew if she chose to come back, her “body would heal rapidly”.
“It was then that I understood that my body is only a reflection of my internal state. If my inner self were aware of its greatness and connection with ALL-that-is, my body would soon reflect that and heal rapidly.”
Thirty hours from the time she was rushed to the hospital, Anita awoke from the coma.
Two days later, Anita asked medical personnel to remove the food tube because it bothered her throat and she wanted to eat real food.
Within three days the tumors had shrunk considerably and within five days, Anita’s vastly improved condition initiated a move from the intensive care unit into a regular room.
A few weeks later, the oncologist wanted to do a lymph-node biopsy. Anita was sent to radiology for an ultrasound. She smiled when she hear the radiologist comment to the oncologist;
“I don’t understand. I have scans that show this patients’ lymphatic system was ridden with cancer just two weeks ago, but now I can’t find a lymph node on her body large enough to even suggest cancer.”
Anita was discharged from the hospital just five weeks after being admitted while in a comatose state. All tests indicated she was cancer-free.
The book explores what it was like for Anita once she was home. Her changed way of perceiving life presented adjustments. Anita knew she was grateful to be alive and wanted to live her life to the fullest. She followed her heart and stayed true to who she knew she truly was.
In the last chapter of part two, Anita explains the series of synchronistic events that culminated in the publishing of her book.
“I need only be the magnificent love that I am and allow events and circumstances in my life to play out in the way that I know is always in my best long-term interest.”
In part three, Anita describes her life prior to the NDE as fear-based. She feared just about everything including cancer. While in the other realm, Anita knew she was dying because her fears weren’t allowing her to express her true self. The cancer wasn’t punishment. Her own energy manifested as cancer because her fears prevented her magnificence to shine through. She realized how hard she had been on herself, how judgmental and unloving she treated herself.
Anita saw her true self as a beautiful loved child of the universe. She knew that all of us have access to this magnificent infinite self. She also knew that once her magnificent self decided to continue to live and express through her body nothing could affect the decision.
“I was able to get in touch with who I truly am, the part of me that’s eternal, infinite and encompasses the Whole.”
The magnificence Anita speaks of is Love Itself. Anita stresses that it’s important to recognize this – we are love. We must cherish this and cultivate an atmosphere of self-love allowing it to flow through us and pour outward.
“it all became so clear to me because I understood that to be me is to be love. This is the lesson that saved my life.”
There is way more than I’ve written here to Anita’s story. Dying To Be Me is one of the most uplifting, inspiring and no-nonsense books I’ve read and will read many times over. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants inspiration and encouragement.
If you haven’t yet listened to Anita’s video interview by Lilou Mace, click here. It will blow you away.
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Anita, Lester and Akiane’s stories are beautiful and inspiring and they are a few of many more stories in the Miracle Mama pipeline waiting to be told to help bring awareness of our true potential.
We need to help each other rise above the limited existence of the material senses and petty human mind drama. We need to let go of all fear and doubt and know that we are much more than physical bodies as Anita and Lester’s stories so clearly illustrate. We need to learn the true meaning of Love and develop this faculty as Lester did so that we too, will experience the miracles true Love offers. Most of all, we need to know that we are loved and loving by the only true force in the world: Love Itself.
Until we collectively realize our true nature, we will continue to see devastation in the world. There is nothing more important than developing the Love faculty not only in ourselves, but also in every aspect of our lives (the workplace, governments, schools, in our churches, temples and in our homes) because in the end, when we’re about to pass from this physical existence, only Love truly matters. Material possessions, status, money, mean nothing without Love Itself first and foremost.
So, let’s learn all we can about what true Love really is and how to embody that Love in all our affairs and then, let’s expect miracles.
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