a healing story

  • August 26, 2011 at 1:15 am #1793
    Annette Coykendall
    Participant

    Hi All 🙂 I just have to post and let you know that last night, God and I healed my dog, Buddy. He was showing clear symptoms of poisoning. Once before, he had almost died from poisoning. To make a long story short, I asked God to help me and I asked Jesus to be with me. I decided to only think of Buddy the way he is when he is healthy. I asked what I should do, and all that I heard was to keep my hand on his chest. Soon, I knew he was OK, and i could tell by his eyes that he was back to normal. The weird part is that it seemed so simple. No frills, no drama. I am so, so grateful for Buddy’s great health and vitality!!! I am grateful that he and my other dog, Bubba, are here to be my loving companions, too. 😛

    August 26, 2011 at 1:38 am #1795
    Jeremy Krenzelak
    Keymaster

    That is a wonderful story. Thank you for sharing! Did you stay calm, too? When a beloved pet is ill, it must be difficult to stay calm. I know it would be for me.

    I love this board and what I am learning! This is some pretty amazing stuff.

    Laurie J.

    August 26, 2011 at 5:02 am #1802
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=1251]Hi All 🙂 I just have to post and let you know that last night, God and I healed my dog, Buddy. He was showing clear symptoms of poisoning. Once before, he had almost died from poisoning. To make a long story short, I asked God to help me and I asked Jesus to be with me. I decided to only think of Buddy the way he is when he is healthy. I asked what I should do, and all that I heard was to keep my hand on his chest. Soon, I knew he was OK, and i could tell by his eyes that he was back to normal. The weird part is that it seemed so simple. No frills, no drama. I am so, so grateful for Buddy’s great health and vitality!!! I am grateful that he and my other dog, Bubba, are here to be my loving companions, too. :P[/quote]

    OMG!!! This is AWESOME!!!! :woohoo: :woohoo: :woohoo:

    Now, do you relize how powerful you are? :woohoo:

    And the very interesting thing is that every single time we manifest something big, it seems so simple. Why? :blink:

    August 26, 2011 at 5:06 am #1803
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=1253]That is a wonderful story. Thank you for sharing! Did you stay calm, too? When a beloved pet is ill, it must be difficult to stay calm. I know it would be for me.

    I love this board and what I am learning! This is some pretty amazing stuff.

    Laurie J.[/quote]

    You asked a very brilliant question. Were you calm when you were healing your dog. The key to any manifestation is calmness. If you want to heal someone you need to be calm first. That calmness was what saved my dog’s life. And it felt so easy as well. 🙂

    And yes, we have pretty amazing things here in the Network. That is why I created it so we can share and learn how to change “immpossible” to possible and go beyond that. :woohoo:

    August 26, 2011 at 6:30 am #1817
    Annette Coykendall
    Participant

    Yes, I did stay calm. Earlier in the day, I had decided that I would show myself this day, how powerful I am. I wanted to experience something undeniable! There were distractions around me (kids needing me for stuff), and I had an anxious feeling that I should go outside right away and catch all the little poisonous toads to get rid of them (fear! :blush: ). But for the few minutes that this took, I made a clear decision that this was it! The opportunity to create what I really wanted. Later, we looked for the toads, and couldn’t find any 😆 Now I know it doesn’t matter. Buddy will always be fine! Weird how other parts of my life still felt chaotic, but this part felt perfect. I learned much from this!!!

    August 26, 2011 at 6:43 am #1820
    Christine Schumann
    Participant

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=1251]Hi All 🙂 I just have to post and let you know that last night, God and I healed my dog, Buddy. He was showing clear symptoms of poisoning. Once before, he had almost died from poisoning. To make a long story short, I asked God to help me and I asked Jesus to be with me. I decided to only think of Buddy the way he is when he is healthy. I asked what I should do, and all that I heard was to keep my hand on his chest. Soon, I knew he was OK, and i could tell by his eyes that he was back to normal. The weird part is that it seemed so simple. No frills, no drama. I am so, so grateful for Buddy’s great health and vitality!!! I am grateful that he and my other dog, Bubba, are here to be my loving companions, too. :P[/quote]

    WOW! Amazing!! I am so happy for you! I like how you describe it “simple, no frills, no drama”… That doesn’t surprise me really, because you were just being yourselft! :woohoo:

    August 27, 2011 at 6:47 am #1830
    Amanda Devine
    Keymaster

    [quote=”[email protected]” post=1275]Yes, I did stay calm. Earlier in the day, I had decided that I would show myself this day, how powerful I am. I wanted to experience something undeniable! There were distractions around me (kids needing me for stuff), and I had an anxious feeling that I should go outside right away and catch all the little poisonous toads to get rid of them (fear! :blush: ). But for the few minutes that this took, I made a clear decision that this was it! The opportunity to create what I really wanted. Later, we looked for the toads, and couldn’t find any 😆 Now I know it doesn’t matter. Buddy will always be fine! Weird how other parts of my life still felt chaotic, but this part felt perfect. I learned much from this!!![/quote]

    Awesome!!! We always learn from everything, everywhere and all the time. We just need to know that we do. 😉

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