Bouncing Over Barriers: The Art of Letting Nothing Stand in Your Way...

We are living in an amazing time in the history of the world. In the book, Return Of The Mother, the author states that the Divine Feminine Mind is whispering her message of hope to the world. We are all awakening to a new and brighter future.

The last twenty life has truly been a time of awakening for me. I was diagnosed with colon cancer during a very challenging time in my life. I want to share my experience with you, as my story is a message of hope. I delayed getting medical attention because I was going through a very brutal divorce. Any woman who has been in love with a man she feared will understand why I neglected my health at this time.

I felt that I didn’t have the strength to deal with surgery while trying to untie the know that had kept me a captive of fear and regret for too many years.When I finally went for a colonoscopy, it was a horrifying experience. I was scheduled for surgery the next day. I remember feeling numb, and I had no idea what would happen next. But I was determined to heal from this ordeal. The fighting spirit in me that had been silenced for so many years, raised her triumphant voice within my spirit.

I was determined to survive and heal in order to protect my son from the grief of my death. I was still too emotionally drained to focus on myself. My son’s emotional wellbeing became the target of my thought patterns.

I was to survive for his sake. After the colonoscopy, the doctor told me that the cancer was so advanced, I would need a colostomy bag for the rest of my life. I can’t describe the mix of feelings I experienced hearing that. As it turned out, that doctor was wrong.

A different surgeon was able to complete the surgery in the usual way, and he indicated that he was surprised that I had been given that earlier prognosis. That only goes to show that you should always request a second opinion when dealing with a serious condition. In my case, the first doctor had been replaced with my angel of a doctor due to conflicting surgery schedules.

We all have heard the message that adversity sometimes comes with a silver lining. As it turns out, the cancer ordeal provided me with the opportunity to write the book I could have written many years ago. I began my career as a teacher in an an inner-city high school. I learned very quickly that these children needed so much more than what they were learning in the classroom if they were to succeed in life.

It seems that every one of them had had a traumatic experience at some point in their life. Their lack of goals and fear of failure was going to keep them in a prison of their own making if they didn’t learn to value their potential.

I spent my years in grad school soaking up every bit of knowledge I could find about training the subconscious mind. We can learn to release and heal the memory of painful experiences. I wanted to learn how to tap into our subconscious and create a strong desire to let go of the past and paint a picture of a promising future for these children.

That became the focus of my studies in grad school. I was like a sponge, soaking up wisdom and blending the messages found in ancient scriptures with the messages of modern psychology. During my recovery from cancer, I used my time to correlate what I had learned from grad school studies, countless seminars, and interviews with a wide range of professionals.

This is how my book The Mind Power Journal came into being. I published the first edition of the book and gave it to friends that were facing difficult experiences in their lives. After I recovered, life was wonderful for a few years. But five years later, I found out that I had been infected by the Hepatitis C virus. At that time there was no cure, and my liver deteriorated slowly and progressively.

For three years, I waited for a liver transplant. I had been told that my chances were slim, because only 10% of the world’s population had my blood type. I refused to give up. Every day I sent the universe a message that someone was going to fulfill their life destiny and leave the planet at the right time, according to their destiny, and mine as well.

One day I received a call from the hospital that I should get there as soon as possible, as I would probably receive a new liver that day. They never say it’s a certainty, and I soon learned why.

I will never forget the moment the doctor came into my room and told me that the liver was not healthy, and there would be no transplant that day. This meant my journey of pain and sorrow was not yet ended. But I continued to program only positive outcomes into my meditations each and every day. When I finally got the liver transplant, I experienced some of the strangest notions you could imagine. I was delusional, as expected. I was told later that I was telling every nurse that came into my room that I had experienced a miracle.

At this point, I continue to believe that that was true. There are miracles programmed into our existence every day, if you consider that every day of life is a precious gift. When I learned that people were still searching for my book online, I decided to update the book and publish the second edition.

My new book is entitled The Mind Power Journal: Your Guide To Using Your Subconscious Mind To Create Happiness, Success, and Peace of Mind. That’s a long description, but it is also a promise. If you would like to learn the techniques for creating a better life, please visit my website and watch the four-minute video.

You will learn why my book is different from every other book with a similar theme. You will learn to see yourself from a new perspective because of the journal exercises at the end of each chapter. I always suggest that my readers take the time to do it right!

My website is Please share this information with anyone you know who is facing a life challenge.

Thank you for reading my story, and I wish you the best of all good things.

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