Right before I woke up I was thinking about how persistent I am and how we need to encourage people not to give up.
Persistence is one of my super powers.
There isn’t one giant step that leads to creating what we desire, it’s a series of small steps, taken until you arrive.
I make it look easy to create miraculous and magical experiences and sometimes it is but it really isn’t most of the time. Yes, somethings manifest easily but usually there are steps involved. My participation is required and it takes a lot for me to give up.
I think asking and believing something is possible helps us take the necessary steps to get us there.
As long as I can see possibilities I keep going. I know when it is time to change course.
I ask for the miracle and then I do my part, which is to listen to my heart and take the steps. It’s a combination of persistence and letting go. Otherwise persistence can turn into resistance.
Some times that means being lead to a nutrition supplement that will support me. Sometimes it calls for a series of paintings. Sometimes a walk in the forest everyday. Sometimes a change in my eating. Sometimes it means doing nothing and trusting the outcome. Sometimes it is about calming down my stress so I can heal. It always includes a deep connection to my heart and Inner guidance system and daily conversation with it in my journal. Sometimes it is a combination of a lot of steps and modalities I have learned over the years.
The point is to, put it out there, hold the vision and participate in bringing it into reality how ever you are guided by your heart to do that.
Don’t give up, believe in the possibilities and listen to your heart.
I had to share! Miracles happen💫
I was supposed to have oral surgery today. I am so phobic about the dentist so my anxiety was extremely high this morning. And while I was waiting for the dentist I thought about leaving a couple of times.
They were going to cut open my gums and do a procedure to clear an infection. I went out last night and stocked up on soft foods.
A couple of weeks ago in meditation I asked for a miracle. I asked that the issue healed so I wouldn’t have to have surgery. I was given a special technology to work with. The message I received was that the doctor would change his mind about what he would be doing because I wouldn’t need surgery.
The dentist came in and looked at my teeth and said, so we are going to pull that tooth. I have a tooth that is loose that needs to be pulled. I said what about that fistula on the other tooth that you were going to do surgery on? He looked again and looked at my records and said, “you’re right there was a fistula on the other side, but it’s gone now.” I asked if that ever happens and he said it’s rare.
I went to the waiting room with tears in my eyes and told my daughter about asking for a miracle and not needing surgery. She was there as my driver because I wasn’t supposed to drive afterwards.
I drive her crazy with my miracles! She said now you will think you can heal anything. I said yep, the tumor is next!!!
Tears of gratitude!
Supplement plus inner work.
I wanted to make sure this wasn’t a just fluke before I posted this.
I am super excited about this!!!
Ever since the first heart attack 3 1/2 years ago I could feel my heart beating in my chest all of the time. I am not saying I would put my hand over my heart and feel it beating. I didn’t have to do that. It was beating so that I could feel it without touching my chest.
It wasn’t because I was stressed out. It was when My bpm was normal 60-70 BPM. When I was stressed out it was 5 times as strong like it was going to jump out of my chest. Sometimes it was hard to go to sleep because I could feel it in the front and the back. It was pounding with a normal heart rate as if it wanted my constant attention. It wanted me to see something.
I don’t know if other people feel their heart beat like this, but I never did. It did it’s thing and I didn’t pay attention because I couldn’t feel it.
I did some deep emotional clearing on the solar eclipse and I started the second week of the supplement I am taking.
Yesterday I woke up and my heart wasn’t beating like it has for 3 1/2 years. I can’t feel it. It sounds weird to say I am excited that I can’t feel my heart beating , but I am. It blows me away, actually.
My heart feels quiet and peaceful. It feels like it is beating to a new joyful frequency. I feel this unexplainable joy frequency in my body.
I see this as huge progress toward the wellness I am moving toward. I have seen what my heart wanted me to see and now it has settled down. Maybe it is telling me the tumor is gone. Time will tell. With a joyful, peaceful heart, healing is probable ❤️
I have an amazing heart. No doubt about it!
PS…I am curious if other people feel there heart beat all of the time?
Some might think it’s silly to think a tumor can disappear on its own. That it is wishful thinking and why waste the money? Seriously, why waste the money!!!
I have had tumors disappear before. About 15 years ago I was diagnosed with gallbladder disease and told my gallbladder was full of benign tumors and had to be removed. I was having very painful attacks every time I ate. I told the doctor I was keeping my gallbladder and she told me she would see me in a month because I would want it out by then.
I believe we have our organs for a reason and we shouldn’t be so quick to remove them because that would disturb the delicate balance of our body. So I needed to try to save it. I get it, people have their gallbladder out every day, and doctors think it’s no big deal.
I continued to have gallbladder attacks every time I ate for about a month. My daughter said I should just go have it removed because she didn’t want to see me in pain. I told her I would call the doctor on Monday if it was still bothering me.
That night I had a dream and angelic beings did surgery on my gallbladder. In the dream I could feel the stitches where they closed me up after surgery.
I Have never had a gallbladder attack again. That was 15 years ago and I still have my gallbladder.
When my Naturopath told me we can release this tumor in three months with a new supplement she has I am for sure going to try that before I go ahead and do surgery because because of this experience.
When I was in the hospital in March the doctor brought up the issue of my Parathyroid. I told him I was working with a Naturopath to release it naturally. He said that wouldn’t happen and that natural medicine wasn’t strong enough.
I told him the story about my gallbladder. He didn’t really believe me and said he was going to look at my records. The next morning when I saw him his whole demeanor had changed and he said “Keep working with the Naturopath “.
So anyone who would like to support me in this with your donation, I would receive it with gratitude.
Let’s make the impossible possible! — at Art Studio of Katelyn Mariah.
Accepting what is, is hard for our human nature, especially when we are asked to accept something that is challenging. We want to have some sense that we are in control. That’s human nature.
This is partly because of how the unknown outcome plays out in our mind. We think we know how something will turn out before it does and in challenging situation the story usually isn’t positive. Not many of us go through challenging situations and believe the best will happen unless we have done a lot of deep inner work. I have done a lot of deep personal work and it is still hard for me.
What if letting go of what you fear might happen, opens the door for your best possible outcome to happen? what if things really do always work out for your highest and best? I have had this happen on a number of occasions but I usually have to go through my control gyrations first. You would think positive experience would dictate response but that doesn’t always happen, especially with health challenges.
What if the story you conjure up in your mind is no where near the outcome that is intended and you are blocking a blessing by holding on?
The deeper healing comes when you can say to yourself, here is what I am afraid will happen and I accept that too, no matter how bad you think that will be. You can’t trust the highest outcome if you are busy trying to control.
Today I am practicing acceptance, patience and letting go.
Question, how does letting go and holding a positive intention for the outcome fit together? Or does it not fit together? Is intention setting just another form of control?