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Miracle Stories: Immerse Yourself in Them 


As soon as I got diagnosed, I went looking for miracle stories-and I found them.  I soaked them up into my very cells, so my body would know that miracle cures were possible!


  • My friend whose father was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer decades ago. They thought they were going to lose him. But he stayed calm, explained his treatment to them. And guess what. He lived to his mid 90s!

  • Another friend’s husband went in for a routine checkup. “Oh, let’s just do a quick scan,” said the doctor. His whole body lit up like a Christmas tree. It was six hard months of chemo—but guess what. He is fine! “If it had happened five years earlier,” my friend said, “he wouldn’t have had this treatment option.

  • Another friend told me about her best friend’s husband. He was suffering from terrible headaches! He went to the doctor. An ioperable brain tumor. The doctor recommended the man check in for palliative care until his death. “Nope,” said the man. “I’m going home.” The only change he made was at bedtime, when the house was noisy and chaotic. His wife took over bedtime duties while he went for a drive. Days passed. Weeks. Months. He reluctantly went in for another scan. Tumor. Gone. That was years ago. He’s still here.



You’ll find more on Joe Dispenza’s website, in the Stories of Transformation section.

And, in these books:


Cured: The Life-Changing Science of Spontaneous Healing by Jeffery Rediger, MD

Dying to be Me by Anita Moorjani

Why Woo-Woo Works by David R. Hamilton Ph.D.

The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton, Ph.D

Becoming Supernatural: How Common People are Doing the Uncommon by Joe Dispenza

You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay.


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