Finally Able To Add A Story Here!
First, I want to say thank you to Rhonda, The Secret, The Secret team, and all those who have published their own stories here. You feed me hope on a daily basis. I also want to say thank you to Eckhart Tolle, Jan Frazier, and Dr. Joe Dispenza, my teachers on this path.
I began meditation in 2018 in order to get through a severe depression that had gone on for 4 years. This is how I became aware of the law of attraction. I have also been trying to manifest some things in my life without much success. I did manage to manifest the return of my iPod, which I lost at the airport in New Jersey and that I only had noticed was missing once I was home in Kentucky. That was actually a true wonder! But I had been unable to manifest the things that I really wanted the most, things like career related events.
Anyway, a month ago, my 4 year old pitbull dog developed some bumps. He was not himself, he was less energetic and less playful so I brought him to the vet. By the time I brought him to the vet, he was more or less back to normal but one bump on his side remained. The vet looked at it and said it looked like a bug bite, and that was that.
About 2 weeks later he developed a bald patch over it the ‘bug bite’ spot. He paid no attention to it, but it had gotten bigger. So we went back to the vet. This time they did a needle biopsy and it was abnormal. So we scheduled surgery. The vet asked if I wanted a pathology report done. I told her, of course, I wanted to know if it was benign or malignant. And she told me, “We know that it is a malignant mass. But the report would tell us what kind of cancer it is and help us determine what our next step should be.”
From that moment, I began to tell myself that the report would tell us that the tumor was benign. I had no idea how this could be, but even with my wavering faith, I kept on saying it and writing it in my journal.
He had the surgery a week ago, and I was told that the report could take up to 2 weeks. He has been recovering well and he has an 8 inch scar on his side. The vet called yesterday with the results of the report.
“Good news,” she said. “The tumor is benign!” She offered no explanation on how this could be, but I knew.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
I hope this miracle strengthens my faith and helps me attain my other goals. In the meantime, I am thrilled to know that my beautiful dog is healthy and that means the world to me!
Bless you all, and keep practicing the LOA. We can change the world one small miracle at a time.