I woke up on the morning of 24th May 2004 after a long time of stress and a final very stressful happening. To cut a long story short, the stress I had been subjected to .. made mesay to myself constantly ” why bother?”. Anything I wanted to do the voice inside mje said ” why bother”. I I believe I passed that message to mjy body. So after joing the worldwide viliigo organisation , after so any doctorsrelling me there was no cure …. I thought about it and decided to reverse things, to give a different message to my body. So evry single day I would lie down and closing my eyes imagine I was bring a ray of white healing light down from the Universe and slowly imagine it pass over every part of my body curing it. Not trying to hide away or hide the patches. Believe I looked good. And with patience it worked. I now just have some shadows on my neck. The mind is powerful. So is faith.
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