As I wrote back a few articles, I have had lung tumors for about 10 years. In 2010, I was given a year to live. I made only small changes in my life but it created a huge difference. Whatever I did, was dead on the money and I am still here today.
Over the last couple of weeks, I have done a lot of testing. Yesterday I got my results of the CTs and MRIs. Just as it was a surprise that my tumors had shrunk ( which doesn’t happen in the lungs on their own) the results of this series of tests were just as surprising.
When they read my results the tumors had totally disappeared like they were never there. Once again, my specialist was at a loss of words. Once again, I appear to be a walking miracle. I am still pinching myself trying to absorb this. I spent all evening last night trying to figure and weigh this out. It’s not humanly possible. It took until this morning for me to realize the magnitude of the this result. I did indeed talk myself into believing I was going to change this and wish them away. I freaking did it! I have once again not only beat the odds but I changed a life ending medical issue using only positivity and simply telling my myself and the universe that I wasn’t having it.
The mind is a powerful thing. That’s the only answer to this along with my belief in my higher power and the belief that the universe serves everything in it’s own time and place. Everything happens for a reason, when it’s supposed to.
I’m still in awe and disbelief. This just doesn’t happen. All of my recent work to teach myself that I am an important part of this life, is coming to light and my reality. I do indeed have a purpose. When I think about it, who beats the odds like this repeatedly in life? I have in every way one could imagine.
Today I am grateful for a higher power that plays such an important hand in my life. I’m grateful to the universe for giving me the things that I have been given because I send out positive vibes and do good things. I am a kind, generous empathetic person who believes that most people are genuinely good. Today I am thankful and grateful for this life I have been given. I have indeed been given more than many others.
I’m not going to feel guilty that I am a survivor. I have fought like hell to be here, even when I thought I wanted to die. I fought every time to live. So no guilt. No negativity. No sorrow.
I AM important. I AM worthy. I AM a fighter and survivor. I AM an important piece of the puzzle that together with everyone else, creates this masterpiece we call life. Today, I celebrate me.
More Love. Less Hate. H