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Divine Healing ~ Belief and Faith ~ is there a difference?

Do you believe in miracles?  What qualifies as a miracle?  Do you believe it can only be a miracle if a spontaneous healing of a terminal disease or a miraculous recovery has occurred OR do we see miracles every day?

According to The O’Leary Report, 84% of the 50,000 Americans polled believe God performs miracles.

  • 79% believe miracles accounted for in the Bible are true
  • 72% believe people who fact death or terminal illness can be saved by a miracle
  • 2/3 of Americans have prayed for a miracle

One member of my study group is half Japanese and was raised Buddhist.  Miracles are seen every day. In India, miracles are very common… it is all part of growing up in India and witnessing healings taking place daily.

Dr. Larry Dossey states: “I think the fact that prayer works is one of the best kept medical secrets going.”

In his first year as an attending physician, he witnessed an incident that shook apart his years of scientific medical study.

In his book: Healing Words: The Power of Prayer and the Practice of Medicine, he cites 130 studies of miracles.

Bryant Gumble stated: “Belief in miracles is a leap in faith.”  For me, I have felt the presence of guardian angels throughout my life. No more prevalent than in my life/death event of 2007. And in the 14 years since, each time my heart has stopped, my best friend & husband, Terry, has either been by my side or I have awakened to another one of God’s guardian angels helping me. 

If we read something, we might believe it to be true on an intellectual level, but to have faith one needs the personal experience or to witness the miracle as the scientists who ‘discovered’ the Higgs-Boson particle (the Heart Particle, aka Spirit Molecule) or the growing number of surgeons, medical doctors and nurses who are bearing witness to life after death and miraculous cures that defy scientific data at this present time.

Let’s dive into another miracle ~ the nerves of our spine.

nervechart

After years of searching, I have found a D.O., a Doctor of Osteopathy, and one who still practices the art of osteopathic manipulation.  T2 – T5 is the location of my kyphosis.  It is these nerves that feed the heart.  Now think about your own health issues.  Could it be that a misalignment of the spinal vertebrae and discs are causing harm to specific organs? 

Back to the nerves of our spine… housed in our spine are the chakras… the energy wheels. This ancient energy system, these spinal centers, were first mentioned in the Vedas, the ancient sacred texts of spiritual knowledge dating from 1500 to 1000 BC. Each chakra relates to specific organs, color association and emotion.  Stay tuned to our next issue where we will explore this ‘tree of life’ more.

Let me leave with you this inspiring message:

I long to accomplish great and noble tasks, but it is my chief duty to accomplish humble tasks as though they were great and noble”  Helen Keller

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