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Please note: EMC² does not diagnose, treat or cure disease. Albert Einstein reputedly said that there are two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle. The tags 'Miracle' and 'Miraculous' show up where AIM Program participants themselves use those words, but EMC² believes that the AIM Program is all about miracles of transformation and healing whether that word is used or not. As the saying goes, we don't believe in miracles, we rely on them. And each and every personal history revealed through these tags is about the miracle of self-healing with the AIM Program.



Anne from Florida - AIM participant since September 2000
Testimonial provided January 2016

Anne describes how the AIM program gave her a boost of energy that changed her life.
Tags: Cancer; Depression; Energy; Food poisoning;

A LEAP OF FAITH by Rev. Anne J. Sumper

Before I tell you about the AIM Program and how it saved my life, first let me say that I am not getting paid for talking about it. I talk about this program a lot because it healed me and other people who got on it. I have made it a kind of mission to tell people about it. Whether or not they go on it is entirely up to them.

In 1999, I ate tainted meat - twice. The first time I recovered from the symptoms of food poisoning but the second time I got really sick and had to go to the ER. Subsequent blood tests, MRIs and scans showed nothing but I was so sick I couldn't go to work for months. The illness affected my spine. I couldn't lie down to go to sleep because the pain was too intense so I slept propped up on pillows. I was lucky. I found an osteopath who helped me recover enough to return to my job but I never felt really well. I couldn't remember when I felt "normal", and had energy to do things.

The following year, in August of 2000, I attended a seminar given by Dr. Wayne Dyer, a man I completely respect and trust. During his presentation, he referred to a program which had helped heal his daughter and mentioned that the books about the program were on the tables in the back of the room. During the intermission, I got the book and read it in one night. (SANCTUARY: THE PATH TO CONSCIOUSNESS by Stephen Lewis & Evan Slawson). There was an application in the back of the book which I sent off immediately. Then I forgot about it because I was starting a new job and the little energy I had at that point was focused on getting ready for the new position. Several weeks later, I woke up one morning feeling well. I felt fine. My energy level was high and I got through my day at work easily. Later that day I went to see my osteopath. She took one look at me and told me my energy had completely changed. I had no idea what she was talking about but she discharged me that day and told me I didn't need to come back. I walked home from her office and decided right then and there to paint my apartment. I went and bought spackle, paint, brushes and so forth and started work that evening.

The next day was Saturday. I woke up feeling fine, ready to continue on my project. I still had no idea why I was feeling so well but I got busy. Later, the mail came in and I got a letter from the AIM Program telling me I had been put on the program three days before. I continued to have a lot of energy and was able to accomplish whatever I set out to do. When you go on the AIM Program, you are given a "Life Force" number, from one to a hundred. Mine was pretty low at the time but soon I was at 100 and continue to be so to this day. I've been on AIM for 15 years. I'll never go off of it. AIM works on diseases, like cancer, diabetes, etc. It doesn't work on structural issues. If you break a limb, it won't help with that. My friend who was chronically and seriously depressed went on AIM and started doing her work again. Several people diagnosed with cancer went on AIM and went into remission. Every person who goes on AIM gets a facilitator, a person who can answer your questions and provide information about the program.

The book is SANCTUARY: THE PATH TO CONSCIOUSNESS by Stephen Lewis & Evan Slawson. Stephen hosts a weekly radio program. EMC² sends out newsletters to participants. AIM doesn't claim to cure anything. You fill out an application and send a picture and if you get better, well, that's a "coincidence". The premise is that all diseases have an energy signature. Your picture is placed on a tray connected to a computer that sends out the "anti-frequency" of that illness. I know how crazy this sounds. I know it sounds like a scam. But it doesn't cost that much, about $75 a month and if you pay for a year in advance you get a discount. I've told millionaires about this program. One woman had a rare form of cancer. She had weeks to live. She listened to what I said politely. But I knew she wouldn't go on AIM. She died shortly thereafter. I think I was ready for this program when I first went on it because I had read Deepak Chopra's book, QUANTUM HEALING. If you want more information, go to aimprogram.com. Check it out if you feel impelled to do so. I recently had a discussion with a friend who is deeply religious and prays fervently for other people. I tried to tell her that this is a kind of prayer. She demanded scientific proof. I told her about Deepak Chopra's book. After all, he is a scientist as well as a metaphysician.

Everything is energy. Even the table in front of you which looks solid, isn't. The atoms and molecules are in constant motion. Everything is the universe we call home is in motion. It just takes a leap of faith to think outside that old box. I think of Sartre's play "No Exit". The characters are in hell, torturing each other. At one point, the door opens. The three characters stand there, staring at the door, which slowly closes. Read the book, SANCTUARY. I think of the AIM Program as that open door.


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