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The Voice

 

The night I was diagnosed with full blown Aids and 4th Stage colo-rectal cancer, a voice came to me! I was laying in the hospital and it was about 3am in the morning, I remember praying because of all the fear I was feeling, I was crying and asked "if there is a God or force in the universe please I'm really scared right now", and then all of a sudden the room became silent! I could see the nurses moving about but could hear nothing, and then this warmth came over me and I felt safe within it and then the voice I heard said "I'm with you always" it seemed I felt that something was holding me all warm and safe. And then it was over and I noticed the clock that 2 hours had gone by in a moment, from that moment I never felt fear again, nor did I feel I would die, even though I would become very sick for the next 2 years of treatment, I never had the thought of death, it's been 6 years since this happened, my life today is complete health! I go to a wonderful spiritual awareness center in my home town, and everyday the God of my understanding is working with me and all that I do. Up and until this event in my life I always just thought of God as a entity in the sky and never realized that God is within each and every one of us and that we play a part in all we are and do! It's a we thing and not something outside ourselves.

Life now is a happy existence for me everyday, not some fleeting feeling that comes and goes, it's all the time!

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sameguest (guest)
 
10 years ago (2007-12-30)
p.s. I do think God is in us and part of us, but he's everywhere else too. Have you read the first chapter of Genesis and compared it to the big bang theory. Well, they are the same. Chaos, water, plants, animals, and last us. Pretty awesome.
secrets_within (guest)
 
10 years ago (2007-12-30)
It is always heartbreaking to see or hear of anybody suffering in anyway and my heart goes out to all of you for the illness and pain that yous have had to endure.

I am happy for yous that you have finally found comfort in God and realize that he is within all of us and not this separate celestial being that presides over us on some great throne.

Most people never realize that God is within us all. He also sends his messengers, the angels to answer your questions and be with you when you need him and all you have to do is pay attention. Sometimes the messages are subtle or are over looked at a coincidence.
InotherRoomsSorry (guest)
 
10 years ago (2007-12-30)
I haven't read anything here before, I don't think. Read this because, a few times, I've heard a voice too. I always called it, "The Voice..." It was always in times of major stuff. Almost 49 so have had some major stuff. The most clearly was when I was about to leave in the van to grocery shop. Saw my hubby's pile of burned leaves. Went out and stared. Saw nothing wrong. Went and asked him about it. He is very detailed and efficient. Told me he raked and spray, raked and sprayed. Then reminded me we had a drenching rain on Wedn. Night. This was Sunday and he had burned the Sunday before. Went and stared some more. Then left. Got home and he and my daughter were gone. I heard The Voice. Just a few times in my life have I heard it. It said, "Sometimes people have to have pain to learn..." Then the phone rang - my husband. My daughter was running, slid, her shoes came off, and she found hot coals in the bottom of the pile. Second and third degree burns. That was a little over ten years ago. She still has the scars.

I think we are here to learn personally. Lessons. I think we are naturally eager to move on to graduation. Notice the risk takers. I am so glad you are healthy and happy. Thank-you for sharing. You helped me remember.
Anna (guest)
 
10 years ago (2007-12-30)
What a beautiful story. I am so sorry for what you had to go through and I am so glad that your are completely healthy today. Father God and Mother Nature will always be protecting each and every one of us and I am so happy to know that God talked to you to remind you of this.
Let the Miracles of Life keep you going and living healthy.
Bless you Child. Good luck
Michael Jentes (guest)
 
10 years ago (2007-11-29)
Thank you for the comments, My life today is truly a Miracle, and because the Universe gave me life again I now give back by teaching people living with Hiv/Aids how to impower there lives by becoming aware of there choices, I do a program that teaches people that we play a big part with our own immune system, our spiritual side and our mental side plays a big part in how healthy we can become and stay and its a compliment to the biomedical side. Its called Shanti L.I.F.E (
(Learning Immune Function Enhancement) we have what are called co-factors a co-factor is an issue that can either have a negative or positive affect on the immune system its an awesome program...
miiish (guest)
 
10 years ago (2007-11-24)
Martin, I think people like Michael, I and many others who have come so close to loosing it all, almost always tend to see life from a different angle. Yes, we know that life is not perfect, but we all can make life better by seeing the positive side to it :) Every morning when I wake up, I say - Damn my life is perfect :) and thank the universe for it. I do believe that thoughts are "things" and the more you direct positive feelings towards it, the more positive and real it gets :)
Cheers !
Martin (30 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2007-11-24)
Wow, Micheal, miiish, I'm just so glad to read your words. We tend to think of the world as a cold place, but reading your stories, especially in those extreme circumstances, it's comforting to see there's another, warmer, more intelligent, angle to it all. It's a sweet thing when you are struck with sickness to realize. Thanks for your stories.
miiish (guest)
 
10 years ago (2007-11-24)
Hi Micheal.
I can so relate to this experience that you had. When I was 16, I was diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease and it was in its final stage. The docs, had given up on me and I was given 6 months to live. On one such night at the hospital, I too was praying, I was so scared - the end was so close and I was so young, it just seemed unfair.
While I was still praying, I hear this voice saying - Michelle, don't give up, you have to fight back. That was the turning point in my life. My recovery for the next year was slow and painful with the chemotheraphy, but I made it. I'm 32 now and love the second chance I was given !

Good Luck and Stay healthy !
Cheers !

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