My Lessons for Healing
§ Have an attitude of gratitude.
§ Focus on what you have rather than what you don’t have.
§ Set small goals every day and do them. Accomplish one small task, regardless of
§ Let nothing stand in the way of achieving your desires.
§ Being polite doesn’t cost a penny and the rewards are plentiful.
§ You don’t have to always be right and win the argument.
§ Be willing to listen and not interrupt.
§ Do not judge by appearances. They can often camouflage the truth.
§ One wise thought can result in a new direction.
§ Children are like Myna birds; they mimic words.
§ Accept people as basically good.
§ Be persistent, steady, tolerant and loving.
§ Learn to release the useless and keep the treasures.
§ Nothing by chance.
§ There is not a single painful moment that you cannot release and find momentary
§ Demonstrate by becoming selfless, serene, fearless and confident.
§ Learn from your mistakes.
§ Speak respectfully. Even animals respond to sounds and tones of voices.
§ Cherish all forms of life.
There is nothing special about the words I use or the way I pray. What I do know is
that I have an unshakeable faith and remain calm while I seek answers. I don’t attempt to
compel, manipulate or pressure God to do anything my way or at my convenience. I find
that just being my real self, uncomplicated, sincere and forthright is the best and most
rewarding way to demonstrate. My children and clients often want a more compelling
reaction to their needs and wants. Yes, I do hear them and see their pain and discomfort,
but as a Practitioner, I know that the answer
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