As I looked up at the departure times of my trains at London's crowded Victoria Railway Station, a thought came. The train leaves in 8 minutes - but I should miss this one, and instead walk outside and buy a dinner for the first "homeless" looking person on the street.
If we're "connected to the universe" we should obey thoughts. Even if thoughts seem illogical or unreasonable, only by following thoughts can we find how true our "connections" are.
I "felt" the path, and took a turn outside by the Grosvenor Hotel, one I wouldn't normally take. There, just outside, sitting by a crowded rush-hour pavement was a skinny, bedraggled man in his 20s, with unkempt hair and a long straggly beard. Underneath and around him were screwed-up newspapers, obviously used as a bed.
This is the one, I thought. This is why I had to miss the train and buy him dinner.
"Would you like a dinner?" I asked with a smile.
"No thanks," he replied. "I've just eaten!"
Huh?? Maybe my thoughts were wrong.
I was about to speak further when suddenly, right next to the young homeless man, an old man in his 80s collapsed against the wall, panting hard for breath.
Oh, oh, perhaps the dinner was a ruse, not the need...
"I can't make it," the man gasped to an old lady. She seemed to be his wife. She desperately looked around for help.
Some workmen nearby beckoned him to sit on steps they'd just repaired. "No," he gasped, "I can't move".
I thought quickly of the choices. 999 for the ambulance... Go to him with direct help... Or stand nearby unobtrusively in the rush hour crowd, and send him a dense cloud of positive energy, magnetically.
He didn't seem in imminent danger of death, so I chose the latter. Mustering energy around me into a large magnetic cloud, I simultaneously tuned in to his problem.
All energies can be magnetic in nature. I allowed his magnetic force to come towards mine, to connect to my magnetic energy. As our energies touched, I felt his chest and stomach areas energetically erratic. They pulsed hard.
For a few moments I gathered positive energy around me into a large dense cloud. Then, in one sudden magnetic energy movement, I allowed his magnetic force to attract my cloud into his chest and stomach.
I wish you'd been there to see what happened.
Literally seconds later, his breathing slowed, he ceased slumping against the wall, and he strode strongly away through the crowd with his wife, as if nothing had happened.
As the saying goes, sometimes we go somewhere for a different reason to our expectation...
Millions of people, the day after Easter Monday, continue their lives exactly as before Easter. They've had their chocolate eggs and family gathering, and perhaps personal penitence and public festivity. Hierarchy of churches might even have sent a message to beckon their flock to help our world. Then that's it, until next Easter.
Perhaps thoughts could arise, in a similar way to how Jesus rose from the dead. Think about this - resurrection can be literal, or symbolic.
1. Jesus rising from the dead literally shows human existence does not end with physical death. Even 2,000 years later, countless people have visions of Jesus. On my courses, during lectures, and in life, Jesus has literally appeared to show the reality of life after death, and the beauty of His healing and LOve. That shocks some people who did not believe before. Sometimes, literal truth is only understood when experienced...
2. Stories of Jesus appearing after his death to disciples and others to help them, shows humanity can literally appear after death too. If you don't believe your friend who said, for example, they saw their dead grandmother's soul or spirit appear, perhaps you should think of Christ's resurrection and think again!
3. Resurrection is also symbolic. Be inspired that like rising from the dead, you can resurrect your life. Resurrect your happiness, health, finances, relationships and dreams in different more useful ways. Fulfil unconscious desires to do good before you die. Leave behind satisfying outcomes of a time on Earth that was well-spent.
Perhaps it's time to switch off the TV, or stop whatever you do too much of, simply to pass time. Maybe it's time to resurrect your life, to be more angelic, more useful to our world before you resurrect after death.
Easter is a time for LOve. It's a time to remember that one man held such deep principles of helping others, he died. Now I'm not suggesting we all die too. But it would not hurt anyone to go out into the world and relieve suffering with LOve more than you're doing right now.
The word LOve is different to the word love. You can 'love' anything. At Easter you can love an Easter egg, love your family gathering, love a special Easter meal. But you can only 'LOve' in one way - that is, to think and speak and act in the most kind and caring and Godly way.
At Easter, continue to 'love' chocolate and everything else human pleasure brings. But like Jesus, seek ways to LOve those who are suffering, the poor, needy and sick, and all less fortunate than you.
There's a common saying that if we have problems we should look on the bright side, because there's always someone worse off. Well, for someone somewhere on this planet that saying does not apply. There truly is no-one worse off than them!
Be an angel. Be Christ-like. Be spiritual. Be LOve. At Easter, seek someone who cannot find anyone worse off than them, and help however you can, with LOve.
Synchronicity is a number of uncommon things that happen unexpectedly in fast succession. Uncommonly this week, four people with books inside them unexpectedly popped from their covers to portray to me their plots.
It's said everyone has a book inside them. The problem is, most cannot plan a book, let alone write or publish. They stumble in their darkness of lack of writing knowledge, perhaps starting to write, then stopping when they realize they have no writing training. They fumble with lack of ability to plan or self-critique. I used to. It's normal.
It's not normal though for four people to open their hearts and trust someone with their book ideas. It's an honor. It's always an honor to be trusted, but to be trusted with seedling works of art is more so, because of natural fear of theft of copyright.
So due to copyright, I can't explain the books' detailed contents. Interestingly though, all four books are on healing cures, from different angles. As my passion is to cure problems doctors can't, I was excited to help.
My previous blog mentioned two prospective authors - a healer and a born-again Christian. I met both this week.
The healer's natural gifts are powerful. He told stories of instant cures, of a long-term sick girl in a bar cured in seconds. Her entire face looked different after, like a different child. Her parents thanked him profusely, as he dealt with the queue of interest in the bar. That's how it is with instant cures of tough conditions. Troubled, pained expressions are smoothed and calmed in moments. He told wonderful stories, excellent material for a book. Doctors don't have answers to everything. The world needs to know such cures are possible.
I met the born-again Christian again on Sunday. He also told marvelous stories of how Jesus helps his healing gifts. One of his gifts are to see. For example, seeing black spots on arthritic knuckles, praying for the blackness to go, seeing it leave, and leaving the woman cured. He wants to write how Jesus heals through him. Doctors can't help everything. The world needs to know such cures are possible.
On Saturday, Janice said now is her time. Her healing and therapy centre in Barbados has recently taken off. She used Reiki to cure a local doctor of a long-term condition. The doctor was so shocked she didn't have to suffer any more, the doctor asked Janice to teach her Reiki. Janice mentioned other cures she's achieved. "Has any healer in Barbados," I asked, "written a book on their healing cures?" They hadn't, so I suggested Janice be the first. "If now is your time," I suggested, "it's time to write a book of your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual cures. The book will give you credibility with other doctors." Doctors can't help everything. The world needs to know such cures are possible.
The fourth book was from Mark in Mexico. "It's amazing the cures we get for ADHD children," I said. "Your PhD research with my therapies showed 90.9% success within three weeks. Surely there's no better therapy for ADHD in the world." Mark agreed, and will write a book with me, showing parents how to help their children. Doctors can't help everything. The world needs to know such cures are possible.
So I'll support four authors with books on their version of healing cures. The point it, they do work. There are countless research studies showing how effective healing is. In doctors' surgeries, healers help 72% of patients doctors can't help.
Doctors can't help everything. The world needs to know such cures are possible.
A snapshot of a day can never do a lifetime justice, but hey ho, here's a snapshot of my day today.
So much happens most days, it's easy to overlook events, and be too "matter-of-fact". Today, an email written to a friend explaining my day today seemed appropriate for this blog. Lives are about helping others...
So here's three "helping others" things for today...
1. Help for poor people
Today I'm clearing cupboards, drawers and wardrobes etc to give stuff to poor people who can't afford things. So far, there are five full sacks of very nice things that I don't really need. I usually advertise on a site called "Freegle". Poor people post free ads for what they need, and richer people post ads for nice stuff to give away free. No traders, just free giveaways to help those in need. I've given away £1,000's over the past few years. It's not all mine. Sometimes a tenant leaves one of my properties, but doesn't take their belongings. So I give it to poor people. Last year, one tenant left roller blades, Rayban sunglasses, and other quality goods that filled 35 sacks!!! It was worth lots of money, but hey, I like giving to help poor people. You should see people's happy smiles when they get something nice for free that they could not have afforded to buy.
2. Help for sick friends
The rest of today I'm helping two friends who are unwell. One has depression, the other has pain from an injury. Sometimes, I'd rather help others than be helped myself. For example, if I have a flu, I just get over it myself. It's comforting and warming to accept help, but I'd rather no-one worries themselves over me for minor things. But if someone else is ill, I'm there as fast as possible, and as long as needed. My deep desire is to help others, or relieve their suffering. So if someone's ill, they can rely on me to support or do whatever they need to make them comfortable and help them return to good health.
3. Help for hopeful authors
Readers will have their gifts that can help others. As one of my gifts is writing, this evening I'm attending a writers' group. It's a professional group, for existing or potential published authors. I've invited a man I met recently, who said many people suggest he write a book on his scientific and mystical ideas on life, the universe and everything.
I've offered to help him write his book. Normal such charges elsewhere are £1,000 for guidance from start to finish, to £5,000 - 20,000 if the book was written for him. But he's a poor guy, doing house clearances with a van, so I'll help him for free. I hope his book will make him lots of money to help his life, and give him prestige and other benefits.
I've invited a second man to the writers' group too. We met at a local church. After the service he said he wished to write a book on his 'strange' experiences of healing through the power of god. Such as when he placed his hands on a sick person to pray, and the person suddenly shot about 10 feet away from him, as if pushed hard. But he hadn't pushed at all, let alone hard enough to push the person 10 feet backwards. The person was cured. I've offered to help him write his book too. No charge - we met after he'd prayed in church!
Both men's books combine science and mystic experiences. Right up my street! When we have a gift, and opportunities to help others knocks at our door, we should answer the calls for help. If they work 2 hours a week for three months, their books will be ready for a publisher's decision.
I don't usually moralize on these blogs. But just for today, could you help others in three ways?
1. Could you give something to poorer people?
2. Could you help someone, a little more, who you know is sick?
3. Could you use one of your gifts to help someone in need?
All this might seem a lot of work. But it doesn't take much time if you work fast, and don't waffle when helping or teaching someone. Then everything always seems quick and easy.
Well, there you are. A little about my day :-))
How about yours?
A miracle cure is a cure a doctor can't achieve. If doctors can't cure a patient or condition, and something else does, it's a miracle!! Actually, maybe it's not a miracle - maybe it's normal!!! :-)
It's documented that Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) achieves 'miracle' cures. Search the internet for 1) any common condition, add 2) a specific CAM therapy, add 3) the word "cure", and/or add 4) the words "scholarly article". It's surprising. Most common conditions have adequately researched curative options that doctors wouldn't dream of.
Doctors are limited in their scope. In the 1920s Dr Kondo, a medical doctor said in the Japanese Parliament that doctors know everything about the nature of a disease but don't know how to cure it. Dr Usui, the founder of Reiki, responded that Reiki practitioners know nothing about the nature of a disease but know how to cure it. This still holds true almost 100 years later.
Reiki or other CAM 'miracle' cures are weird, because no matter how great a 'miracle' it is, even some friends and family won't believe Reiki or CAM created the miracle. Even if they do believe, even less would try that CAM therapy themselves.
It's almost as if some people's minds are brainwashed against believing in cures, unless a doctor does it.Why believe only a doctor can achieve their cure, and it can't be found elsewhere? It's unrealistic.
Sceptics are strange, sad creatures. Their main delight in life is to knock CAM down without seeking evidence of the "miracle's" truth. I love sceptics if they seek balanced evidence. Most people I know can't stand sceptics who refuse to even look at evidence, but vociferously promote self-opinionated negative views.
I researched Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) with a PhD student at the University of London. Under strict research protocols, and nine measures that cross-validated each other, we showed that the CAM therapy I developed - ADHD-TriPlan
- achieves 90.9% success within 3 weeks. Success increases to 96.9% after one year. That's academically researched. So people should soon be bashing my door down to be cured of ADHD?
It seems as a race of beings we are too complacent about health, and rely on doctors as the only option available. If a doctor can't cure, that must be that, huh? The evidence though is that sports stars and the rich and famous regularly turn to CAM. For example, Prince Charles is a fervent backer of CAM. England's soccer team had a healer under the manager Glen Hoddle. (We played well under him!) Pat Cash, the tennis star, became a Reiki healer after he was helped by Reiki. I reckon Manchester United employs the best healers, because Man U's doing great! :-)
If someone has a chronic
condition such as asthma, back pain or arthritis, and doctors can't help further, many don't seek help from CAM. They accept their disability and suffer, along with their family and society suffer for the rest of their lives. Some though try CAM therapies. Research studies in doctors surgeries show that 71% of chronic patients doctors can't help, can be helped by healers! :-) If only all patients with chronic conditions saw a healer. There would be sooo much less suffering!
It's worse if people have a condition such as cancer, and wait until doctors can't help any more before seeking CAM. By then it's too late and many die. But some are cured by CAM. A miracle? No just normal. Like the anti-cancer program on www.cancertherapyprogram.com (website almost finished.)
If only all cancer patients received CAM soon after diagnosis. There might be sooo much less suffering!
In my Harley Street clinic, international clinics, and Margate residential therapy centre, my patients were mainly ones doctors could not help further. My success rate, bases on a triangulation assessment of quantitative, qualitative, and limitation data, showed almost everyone improved, and many were cured.
This week I'll publish some of my cases, to show miracles are normal.
My objective is not to have a queue of patients. Been there, done that, with queues from 8.30 in the morning to 1.30 the next morning. No, my objective here is to say, just because doctors can't help you any more, don't give up.
Don't suffer - Google and try something.
Your miracle may be only a few clicks away. :-)
Have you prayed to see miracle cures at Lourdes? I have.
Would you know what to expect from the Knights of Malta? I didn't
Would you cry at the thousands of sick and dying people? I did
It's difficult to envisage how helping others in a small way could help millions in years to come.
The 11th century monk who started a small Jerusalem clinic for sick pilgrims couldn't have envisaged the support it gave to armour-clad knights as they battled to protect Catholic hospitals in wars against against the Turks.
Nor could the monk know it would lead to a unique 21st century global organisation. Members have their own coins,stamps, and passports. They enjoy diplomatic rights with 104 countries, and other rights of a country, without having their own country. (Napoleon expelled them from Malta, the last country they lived in as a group.)
And that monk would not have thought that 900 years later, the Knights of Malta
would consist mainly of rich Catholics who dedicate part of their lives to service. Their annual budget is about $300 million. They are currently opening soup kitchens around destitute Europe, and are responsible for hospitals, leprosariums, laboratories, ambulances services and other projects to help poor, sick, and dying people around the globe.
I met the Knights of Malta when invited by a Harley Street doctor to become one of their Broncardiers. Wearing black battle-dress, black beret, and 'Great Britain' and 'Maltese Cross' badges, my role was to help about 40 sick and dying persons from England travel to Lourdes, then push their wheelchairs, and help with "porter" type duties..
At first sight, Lourdes is not the spiritually happy place one might expect. Spiritual, yes. Happy, certainly not. There are too many sick and dying. No matter how much we may be used to helping sick and dying people, we cannot be prepared for the shock. I met doctors and nurses who travel to help at Lourdes every year - and cry every year.
I met experienced healers there. They said, 'We are not allowed to practise healing in Lourdes. Any miracles must come from Lourdes. Just give out healing thoughts.' I did to the first group of about ten. And the second group of about two hundred. And the third group of about thirty.
By the evening, it felt like shell-shock. I remember standing on a bridge overlooking the bubbling river that runs through Lourdes town centre. Snow-capped Pyrenean mountains glistened in the distance. Another group of about twenty wheelchair-bound invalids passed by, singing hymns. It felt an impossible task to help so many sick and dying. I remember thinking, 'Jesus was one of the best healers who ever lived. What would he have done?'
And I wept...
My tears flowed down the river, helplessly. During the first few days, despite helpers having high levels of Love and Acceptance, many helpers cried.
Few places on Earth could be more emotionally negative. Yet, at the same time, Lourdes was inspirationally positive.
Inspiration came from Les Malades themselves. They were so incredibly cheerful, brave, and kind! Their characters and personalities were treasures to find! Despite pains and ills, they never complained!
Within days, helpers' tear-filled eyes changed to looks of admiration. It was a humbling, learning experience. We were there to help them; they ended up helping us!
Within all this is the holy nature of Lourdes. Especially the Grotto where, in 1858, St Bernadette saw the Virgin Mary on eighteen detailed occasions.
Place a petition for help here when you visit. Who knows, the next miracle at Lourdes could be you!
And if you start a small project to help others like that monk did 900 years ago, God knows how many people could therefore be helped 900 years later.
Perhaps it's time to start a small project?
I'm not sure if you should try this... It might be one of those cases like on children's TV where they say, "Please do not try this at home!"
A psychic friend phoned, excited. "Allan, you know I let clients ask three questions?"
"And I try to channel the answer?"
"Well, a few months ago, a man asked how to cure his baldness. Guess what?"
"Your answer cured him?"
"Yes! But guess what the cure was!"Oh dear, boring. Psychics always think you know what they're about to say.
"Tell me," I said.
"I told him to mix green tea with diet cola, and rub it on his head 3 times a day! Guess what happened?"
"His hair's regrown?"
"Yes! He can't thank me enough. We're excited."Of course,
I thought after she put the phone down, placebo, could make his mind heal unconsciously. She'd need to cure many more bald men to claim that green tea and diet cola is a miracle compound.
But then my thoughts turned to other "miracle" or "placebo" cases of people being cured by psychic advice.
The classic for me is Edgar Cayce, a brilliant psychic from the 1930s, who gave 14,000 readings
. About 10 years ago, I visited his memorial centre, the Association for Research and Enlightenment. His 14,000 readings are cross-referenced. You can visit and check how to help your health.
By the end of his life, Cayce was a celebrity. He felt his most important work was healing the sick.
One reading I saw said not to take tea or coffee with milk - it causes negative chemical reactions in the stomach. I was astonished seeing that, because I'd also channelled that many years previously, so never have milk in tea or coffee.
But the most astonishing thing is, that a few years ago, scientists published evidence saying the same thing - if you add milk to tea or coffee, there's a negative reaction in the stomach!
At last, science catches up with psychics!
If you have an illness that doctors say is incurable, don't give up. One option is to check Edgar Cayce's database for suggestions.
You never know, you might be lucky. You might be cured, and scientists may catch up later! :-)
A forum I belong to asked how Reiki had helped members. Judging from these answers, maybe everyone should learn Reiki ! :-)
Reiki Has Helped Me Be More _____________ (Fill in the blank)
Reiki has helped me be more healthy and health conscious
Reiki has helped me be more able to let go of self defeating attitude, worries and anger
Reiki has helped me be more respectful of everyone for who they are and where they are in life
Reiki has helped me be more appreciative of each moment now rather than looking to the past or future
Reiki has helped me be more vibrant, and radiate without fear of ALL that I am created to BE!
Reiki has helped me be more in balance and content
Reiki has helped me be more able to focus on my internal energy
Reiki has helped me be more confident, with self-esteem
Reiki has helped me be more joyous and free
Reiki has helped me be more full of hope and well-being
Reiki has helped me be more aware and able to feel pleasure
Reiki has helped me be more full of FUN
Reiki has helped me be more compassionate and enlightened
Reiki has helped me be more accepting of everything, without judgement
Reiki has helped me be more connected to the Universe
Reiki has helped me be more aware of my full potential and my life purpose
Reiki has helped me be more grateful and kind
Reiki has helped me be more connected to the Divine self within
Reiki has helped me be more capable and loving
WOW! These are wonderful gifts from Reiki. Has Reiki helped you...?
Today I was moved by a Mexican doctor friend, Dr Pepe Valencia. He's brilliant, published 8 books, been a celebrity TV doctor. He emailed his list to express his concern for the plight of the elderly.
It moved me so much, I translated it as an article, now on this site under "Articles".http://www.allansweeney.com/elderly-people---can-you-afford-not-to-help-them.html
To sit and do nothing, as, sadly, most people do, is to watch the world go backwards...