Going back to 2011 I was diagnosed with stage 3 cancer at the age of 27. I was told I had 60/40 chance to survive and reading your own prognosis is devastating to say the least. After an appointment at the cancer clinic, my Papa and I bumped into a friend of my grandparents. She was going through her own journey but she had the most significant piece of advice for me and my team. She said to only allow happiness into your life, watch comedy, laugh alot and reminse. Also to drop all of the negative things and people from your life.
I was at the brink of no more advice please which only comes from a place of love but it makes it hard to concentrate on survival. But this piece of advice changed my journey and my life. I then only allowed positive and happy people, movies, and emotions into my life. As my treatment went on, I noticed a shift. I was only focused on taking one step at a time and it was a happy step in the right direction. Each day was better then the last during recovery.
That was when I stumbled across a movie on Netflix and it caught my attention, it was The Secret. I watched it in amazment and at the health section there was the part about my advice that took me on a positive journey. I was absolutely blown away.
Just 6 months after this I was told that my treatment had been successful and the tumor was completely gone. I have my family and friends to thank for the physical help but my spirtual and emotional guidance came from my guardian angel reciting The Secret words of health to me. I am so grateful for The Secret every day. I have passed this great news to everyone and all my friends, my daughter and anyone I see at the clinic. I am so grateful for The Power, The Magic, Hero and the childrens book, The Power Of Henry’s Imagination. Every day I utilize something from one of the books and it makes life wonderful.
To date I am cancer free and so is my guardian angel. I was able to thank her and have the best connection with her as she is the reason I was able to love my way though cancer instead of the normal “fight”. What can I say? I am a lover not a fighter. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Merci!