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The Power of Prayer:
Vanishing Cancerous Growth
In July of 1992, I began to feel pain in my right breast. My
Gynecologist told me it was nothing, but ordered a mammogram. The
following week I had to have another mammogram. The week after that,
I went to see a surgeon. He let me read the Radiologist report, which
said that "based on shape and density this is either a cancerous or
pre-cancerous growth". Surgery was scheduled for the following
Monday, which was the first week of August.
My family, boss, and co-workers were all concerned, as was I, since at
the time my child was only eight years old.
My boss invited me to go to church with her. They were having a
preacher that did a laying on of hands ministry. I was skeptical at
first. But when he touched my head I begin to cry, and pray in
earnest. From that point on I did not worry. I was unconcerned.
When the biopsy came back negative for cancerous or pre-cancerous
cells, I was not surprised. From the moment he touched me, I believed
that he had a gift. I don't know if it was my faith in the unknown,
or if the Radiologist made a mistake, but I will always believe in my
heart of hearts that it was the prayers that were being said for me.
Aluminum Barn Suddenly Appears
San Bernadino, California
I think I came across a reality shift: a big aluminum barn-like
structure appeared just at the mouth of a country road. It wasn't
there, and then suddenly it was. I don't have anything as direct as
your experience in the park, in the sense that I wasn't in the habit
of driving through the space it occupied, but at the very least I can
not recall seeing it, but friends can.
When I first saw it, it seemed so strange, but after hearing a friend
say that it's been there since they moved in a few months ago, it
seems the memory is coming to me -- that it is after all so
reasonable, easy to accept. But on the other hand I would have
recognized it, because the way I see all the other houses is changed,
the way the shadows play on them is different. This could have been a
perceptual lapse, but if it is, it seems almost as strange. Why drive
by something so huge and so singular, the only structure on one side
of a country road and not notice it? It provides shade in the heat,
it's also ugly and makes the area kind of slummish, not perceptions
I've had previously. Why was the impression so late in coming?
It is interesting to note that I was meditating during this period,
and my friends and I had a blow out and while I resolved to maintain
some aspects of the relationship, I had not expected to come to their
house again. But my friend called and was very good with an apology,
and so I found myself easily coming back down the road, and there
stood the structure. So I asked my friends how they put it up so
quickly, knowing that it looked like it had been put up with age
added. The direction, the emotional heat, the meditation, and the
quick change all seem to be pointing something out. Also, I had the
feeling that the relationship had been somehow reconfigured.
I drive about 10 miles through farmland until I get into the city each day
to get to work. There have been many occasions where I am being tail-gated
by someone who just does not want to maintain the country speed limit which
is about 45 to 50 mph. When someone is tail-gating me I send them an
intense, mental message to "back off" and then just ignore them. I do not
know how many times after I send this mental messages that I will glance
into my rear view mirror and find the tail-gater is gone and I am alone on
the road. Since there are few, if any, side roads, it seems as though
either they disappeared or I did, into a different space.
Missing Watch Returns
The 'Guess?' watch came to me in an impressive case and has metal strap
which could, if one did not know better, be mistaken for solid gold.
On Tuesday, the 18th July, 2000, I opened my desk drawer and saw the watch
lying squashed between a paper clip box and a stamp pad.
The watch-strap bites into my skin. I hardly wear this watch. But it was
a present, so it needs to be cherished. I must put it away nicely, I
thought, as Janak walked into the room.
Janak is the young man who looks after my computer hardware. He had come
to take my printer for repairs. I was out of the room for a while and
Charlotte (the young maid who lives in) was in briefly while Janak was
alone. Then I came back and Janak went out to make a phone call and I
opened the drawer to take out the watch.
It was not there!
After I looked and looked again, I called Charlotte to empty the drawer.
There are lots of things inside - from ink to pens, to envelopes to tapes
and rubber bands and diaries and batteries and calculators to pins and
matches and well you name it, it s a real multi-purpose drawer.
The watch was not there!
It was only because I very recently remembered and shared an experience I
had as a teenager (a pound of butter) I did not raise the alarm.
"You must have put it into your bag." Said Charlotte. I knew I had not,
but nevertheless checked the bag. This had very recently undergone a
"clean out" and only contained my keys (in the pocket with zip), my wallet
and a coin purse. Not much to check. The watch of course was not there.
My husband and friends suspected theft. I held firm, believing it was a
reality shift and the watch would come back. But why did it go? Was this
Yesterday I opened the zip pocket to take out a key. I looked into the zip
pocket to take out a key, and saw there was nothing except the keys. The
pocket is quite small.
On the 25th of July, 2000, I opened the zip pocket and there was the
Missing Keys Appear
I've been recieving your reality shifters newsletter and I must say,
have been finding the stories and tips to be a great benefit to me and
those around me. I want to tell you about an incident in a hotel room
outside of Boston. Keys had "gone missing". My mom was about to get
REALLY mad. I stopped, remembering the lessons I learned from you and
reality shifts. I relaxed, put love in my heart....the keys were
underneath a newspaper... but I looked there... it seemed they
magically re-appeared. I smiled to myself.... remembering you. Thank
you so much.
Finding The Perfect Car
Santa Ana, CA
I started nosing around your site, read a couple of your articles, and
1. Pay Attention
The world seems full of whatever we focus our attention on.
When you're thinking of buying a new car, you see the kind
of car you're thinking of almost everywhere you go.
Be sure to start looking for evidence that indicates your
wishes and prayers are being answered.
And you know what? I must say maybe it's true! Three years ago I was
driving a 73 Dodge Charger that no matter where I parked it, someone
hit it. It got so bad that my neighbors called it 'the pi3ata'. I
was so ashamed to park and get out of the car at school (I was trying
to get my degree), that I would look around to be sure no one was
looking. (lol!) Well, my social security disability was approved,
and I found I was able to get another car.
I decided I wanted a Honda 4-door with heater, air, electric doors and
seat and a big trunk. I had $2000, and knew I would not be able to
find what I wanted -- although I looked and looked. My credit union
offered to loan me another $2000, but I knew I still wouldn't be able
to find 'the' car for that without having more for the tax and tags
and extra's. I looked and looked some more. But all I found were
Finally, at about 8 PM one night, I wasn't even looking for the car,
but just rode out -- trying to find where I had seen a specific car
lot, so I could try it the next day. I didn't find it, so I turned
into a Jeep Dealer to turn around (knowing a new dealer would not have
anything I could afford). The salesman flagged me down, and I told
him "Yes, I am looking for a car, but I want a Honda", and described
what I was looking for. He told me to park and follow him.
In the back lot he had a grey 1990 Mercury Topaz, and it had "4dr,
heater, air, electric doors and seat and a big trunk", and most
amazingly of all was that the body style looked like a Honda! The car
seemed to be the car of my dreams! The price on the window was $4800.
I told him it was too much. I said I could only pay $4000 out the
door. They offered to finance and I told them "No", that I had
financing and was not going over the $4000 I had available to me.
After about 45 minutes, the manager came in and brought the cost down
to $3300, so after tax and license the total out the door of the car
was exactly $4000! I drove the car home! All the way home I kept
saying "I bought a car!" "I bought a car!"
I wasn't seeing my car everywhere I went, but it was sitting there on
that back lot, all covered in dust, just waiting for me to take that
ride late at night and accidentally turn in and find it....
Now if I could only find my lost doorbell.... ~(';')~ Maybe it's not
sleepwalking after all..?
From A Non-Believer
Cool site...but I don't really believe them. Sorry and no
But one thing... my only 2 Pokemon cards suddenly disappeared. Weird.
Then you e-mailed me. Very weird. Ah well.