When I was told I had a brain tumor I only felt silence. Emptiness. Disbelief. My mind, especially in its new low functioning state, couldn't seem to react.
When I was told I had a brain tumor I only felt silence. Emptiness. Disbelief. My mind, especially in its new low functioning state, couldn't seem to react. The words were only an echo, some kind of crazy dream, not real. I say, "This really sucks!" The doctor agrees, "Yes, it does, and now we have to figure out what to do about it." Which means another doctor to meet more tests and another surgery. This time I was sure I wouldn't make it through. But I am amazed, I was still peaceful. Not afraid. I had the brain tumor removed. It was a benign meningioma- but very large, 6 cm, and was an 8 and 1/2 hour surgery. When I woke up from the surgery, I was surprised. Imagine, still alive! Wow! Now just get these tubes out of my nose and throat so I can breathe. Gratitude peace love. So many things to be grateful for. The wonderful doctors. Beautiful Hospital. Love and care at the rehab center.
I have been on The AIM Program for 1-1/2 years. I knew from the start that it was an important part of my self-healing, but on an intuitive level. Now I have experienced how energetic balancing has helped me heal myself. To have remained balanced, peaceful, and at ease through this whole process is a miracle for me. When I talked to my facilitator about this marathon healing journey, I was reminded that self-healing comes with self-awareness. The whole experience has been a progression piece by piece, one experience leading to another. The timing of each piece perfectly dovetailing with all the other pieces needed to complete the picture, each preparing me to accept what followed, and what I needed to see. I am so grateful for the self-healing opportunities of The AIM Program.
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