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 will demonstrate to the level of my belief. I
have learned to remain composed and steadfast. Here’s another personal example of how
these traits can work to bring about a positive manifestation of our faith.
Shortly after our daughter Jenny and her dog took up temporary residence with us,
while she searched for the perfect condo to buy. Very early one Sunday morning, our
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