Monday, June 3, 2019


Eddie Conner( led us in a guided meditation asking our spirit guides and angels to help us connect to our higher self and maintain healthy bodies.  Eddie Conner Meditation.  

Ramona introduced the opening video, All Diseases Are Curable, a compilation of extracts from two Abraham-Hicks presentations. In the video, Abraham is asked how we can be able to heal ourselves rather than having to rely on doctors.  Can we?  Those people who never seem to get sick maintain a small gap between where they are and what they want.  People who are really sick have had an unhealthy vibration going on for a long time. They are not aware that their vibration was in opposition to what they truly wanted.  

There are people who are really good at creating wellness; however, it’s a lot harder to create from a place of serious illness such as cancer. But it is possible. There are people who develop illnesses that are never diagnosed.  And yet they are able to get over whatever it is.  Those are the people who are able to close the gap between what they want and what they are living.  They refocus and come back into alignment.

Abraham suggests that if they were in our shoes, they would be working on moving up the emotional scale long before being labeled “Terminally ill.”  For more information on Abraham’s Emotional Guidance System, see chapter 22 of “Ask And It Is Given” by Esther and Jerry Hicks.  Abraham teaches that there is no disease that is incurable.  We can get to where we want to be from where we find ourselves by maintaining a high vibration and staying “up” on the Emotional Guidance Scale.  It isn’t easy because people want to tell you about others who have had the disease; doctors keep doing more tests leaving you with the impression something is really wrong, and you learn about others who have died from the disease.  Just get a handle on your vibration while you are feeling good, and stay in that vibration.  Non-physical would like to zap us with worthiness and purpose because there is not a reason in this world for any of us to be sick.

What does having enemies do to us?  Anytime we make anyone or anything the enemy, it’s like putting up an umbrella that stops our awareness of the guidance we are being offered. What keeps us from being healthy is not the food we eat, it’s what we are thinking.  When we have non-gracious thoughts about our neighbor, boss, mother, father, etc. we are having negative thoughts that do not serve us.  They affect our vibration.  Instead, we need to start looking for, thinking about and talking about what feels good about those people or things.  Notice the way your body feels when thinking negative thoughts (depressed) versus when we are happy, feeling appreciation.  Start noticing the emotional factor which is the indication of your vibrational factor.

Be careful when listening to others or reading books by so-called experts.  They usually have no idea who you really are.  Start floating freely in a sea of well-being.  Let all your problems be wherever they are.  Leave them there.  Then watch what begins to happen to your body.

True healing power is knowing your wellness.  When you are not in your true healing power, you are needing healing.

What does momentum feel like when you can change the outcome? It feels like invincibility, clarity, satisfaction, certainty, security, empowerment and self-assuredness. What does it look like to others?  Arrogance, obnoxiousness, lunacy.

Discussion points from the group follow:
Our beliefs start with us as children based on what our parents taught us.
Conflict sometimes exists between medical science and our personal well-being.
Doctors don’t necessarily know what we know – that our inner beings are pure, positive energy and can and will heal us every time.
The moment we make someone our enemy we cut ourselves off from our guidance which provides our personal wellness.
Our inner being is always guiding us if we allow ourselves to stay in its flow.  It is the unconditional, pure, positive flow of the Universe.
Work with others of like mind in all areas of expertise to complete your circle of healers and thereby healing yourself.
Meditation is a beautiful avenue to communicate with all areas of your body.
Meditation stops all negativity and creates ease and flow with our body, mind, and system.

Mike shared his personal experience with cancer and how he beat it.  His comments are listed at the end of this blog entry and titled The Big C Stands for Change”. Mike feels he beat cancer by maintaining a positive attitude, using traditional medicine (surgery and chemo) and alternative therapies coupled with the law of attraction techniques and never owning the cancer.

A member asked for guidance on how to handle receiving a bad diagnosis and staying purely focused on what feels right.  Here is the group’s input:
A proper acid/alkaline balance prevents disease and helps.
Stay focused on what does feel good and feels right to you as you are your own authority.
Remember our cells regenerate and become completely new every three years.
Meditation helps to heal.
Pure positive prayer works.
Our bodies produce 500 million cells every day so we can heal ourselves.
We have more powerful leverage to become well from a relaxed state of being.
The power of community helps us connect to others of like mind.
Never intend, pray or act from a place of desperation or neediness.
Don’t talk to anyone who makes you go down into a negative space of worry or fear.
Best intentions are always the purest “at heart” and “at the soul”.
The highest frequencies like joy, humor, lightness, and happiness are feelings that bring us back to true healing.
A patient’s body is what heals itself. Not medicine, therapy, food or supplements.  Our bodies and our beliefs about our bodies are what heal.
Strong, positive faith, inner knowing and pure belief is true healing medicine.
Self-care and self-love can translate our bodies from disease to pure positive ease.

Another member asked for guidance in a situation where a loved one has a chronic diagnosis. How can I be there for them without focusing on their current reality?
Focus on what lifts YOU up, lights YOU up and feeds YOUR soul because you will be bringing in your shining disposition to lavish upon them.
Abraham says there is no disease.  There is only dis-ease from our own spirit.
Spirit mind treatments work beautifully to get you and your loved ones back to their healed, whole an healthy self.
Don’t give others advice on their disease unless they ask for it.
Hold your loved ones in a place of unconditional love, wellness, kindness, and joy because it brings your soul self and your human self together as one.
Laughter is the best medicine.
Watching funny movies lightens our minds and brings us back into our own true self.
Don’t be selfish with your loved ones.  Don’t ask them to stay around for you.  Let them go if that is their desire.
Don’t feel sorry or sad for people who are ill because they will feel your lower vibration.

Ramona read an exercise from the book “Chronic Pleasure” by Karen Lorre which helps keep us connected to Source:
“Get out a piece of paper or make notes on your phone or computer.  Write down beliefs that you feel lift you up and lighten you now.  If they really make you feel better, then you can read this list of relevant, light, raised up thoughts over and over. The more you read them, the better you will feel.  And you can add to them as you find new, happier thoughts.  This will become a list of wonderful, feel better ideas that you refer to any time you want to feel better.”

For our closing, Fatimata recited a closing prayer she wrote for our group.  It is reproduced in her new book, “31 Universal Spiritual Principles” based on the teachings of Michael Beckwith.  To purchase a copy and learn about her non-profit, visit and click on "Book".

Our next meeting will be July 1.  David Minkin has offered to entertain us with one of his newest magic tricks he calls “Perseverance”.  If you have never seen David perform, you will see why Johnny Depp said of his magic “That’s the greatest thing I’ve ever seen” and why David has the designation “International Champion of Magic.”

Here is Mike’s story about cancer and how he beat it.

The Big C Stands for Change

I had a Gastro Intestinal Stromal Tumor, GIST for short. It attached itself to my duodenum and spread from there to my pancreas, stomach and bile duct.  

At first, I freaked out. I thought of all the things I needed to get in order - our finances, update my will, notify my family and worst of all, tell my mother who was 93, going downhill with dementia and relying on me for her end-of-life issues.

I obtained copies of Lancet Oncology and read everything I could on GIST. I learned that most GIST patients have an operation called the Whipple and then die within 5 years. Most of the rest die within the next two years. Very few make it past that 7-year threshold.  If the patient does not have the operation, death comes sooner than 5 years. 

I joined a FB page called “Whipple Surgery Survivors”.  There was some good information, but a lot of the posts started out “I am sorry to report that my beloved…”  Yes, they survived the surgery, but didn’t survive the diagnosis.

Working with my patient advocate, Ramona, we decided having the operation would allow me a longer life than not having it.  While we decided to go with traditional medicine,  we blended in alternative therapies. 

It is impossible not to raise your vibration when you live with Ramona and somewhere along the line we decided I was going to be OK through all this.  Whenever anyone contacted me to say how sorry they were to hear the news, I said “I am going to have an operation to remove it and I am going to be OK.” Most importantly, I believed it.  In Abraham terms, I moved up the emotional guidance scale.  To this day I believe one’s mental state is the single most important factor.  For that reason, I dropped out of the FB page and stopped reading Lancet Oncology.

We were referred to a local cancer center.  They lined up several people for us to talk with – an operating room nurse, an oncologist, an insurance specialist, an anesthesiologist, and a social worker who was the most interesting.  She asked “How are you doing?” We said “OK”.  She said, “No, I mean how are you REALLY doing?”  We replied that we were really OK with where we were and what’s going on.  She said “But you have a rare cancer.” We replied we don’t personalize it.  It’s “The cancer”, not “My cancer.”  It went on from there.  In her defense, most people freak out and stay that way when they receive a diagnosis of cancer. After a few more exchanges the social worker gave us a reference book of services available to us and said “You will need this at some time. Don’t be afraid to call upon us when you do.”  We never even opened the book.  This was an Abraham example of projecting away from what we are told or read.

The chemo was a tablet taken for several months before the operation designed to shrink the tumor. Ramona came up with the idea of referring to it as “Pac Man”.   She downloaded the Pac Man theme on to her iPhone. As I would take the tablet, Ramona would play the Pac Man theme, run her iPhone over my abdomen, and we envisioned it eating up the tumor.  This lightened the experience of having to take chemo. 

I looked horrible, but it didn’t affect the outcome of wellness because of the momentum we had built up.  And, I simply never owned the cancer.

There are three types of genetic mutation causing GIST.  Two of them account for about 99.9% of death by GIST because they are fast growing. After the operation, the biopsy revealed I had the least frequently occurring type of GIST – the slow grower. I had evidence of it in 1998, 13 years earlier.  It’s now been over 7 years since the Whipple and a recent scan was clear.  The doctors keep looking, but they never find anything except good health.

Looking back I realize that the cause of the cancer in my abdomen was internalized issues eating at my insides – divorce and its after-effects when children are involved, and certain people I had worked with and could not completely forgive.  As Abraham said, I was sick and didn’t know it and my vibration was not good.

To us, the big C stands for change.  We changed our view of the illness, did not personalize it, and changed our emotions which raised our vibration.  I am convinced that if I believed the statistics I had read, the FB postings, the faces of several people who wished me well - the result would not have been as positive.

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