The Five-Pound Broken Heart

Once upon a time, I helped to mend the broken heart of someone very dear to me. It all began when one of my children walked into the healing room with a relative in tow. “What’s happened?” I asked, as the female relative sobbed uncontrollably. “Her [bleep] boyfriend just dumped her and now she won’t stop crying.” I smiled as I turned away, but invited *Mia to lay on my healing table.

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He Wore Two Faces

As the days dwindle down to falling leaves and pumpkin pies, let me tell you a fascinating story about a young man who had returned from “Desert Storm” with 56 uninvited negative “hitch-hikers.” I will call him *Jim. It began with a phone-call from Jim’s mother who asked me if I performed exorcisms, and I quietly replied, “Yes, I do remove dis-incarnates from a person or place.” This is what she said.

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The Anchor Pins of Murrieta

Over the years, I’ve experienced and gained many useful insights on the multiple ways that an individual brings “unfinished soul-lessons” into his or her current incarnation. Here is my own story about negative energy, karma, past-lives, and anchor-pins.

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The 500-Year-Old Fetus

It began as an ordinary day with a phone call from *Gema, a holistic nurse that I’d worked with nine-months ago, to assist her into a fuller blossoming of her spiritual transformation. Gema spoke about her ‘awakening process’ but “Since then I’ve been experiencing some unusual symptoms— like stomach distention, tender breasts, lower back-pains, and swollen ankles.” I suggested that we have a healing session in the late afternoon as the mornings were so hot and muggy and she laughingly agreed.
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The Tale of the Missing Toe

It was a late summer afternoon when I received a call from *Layla. She hesitantly asked me if there is a possibility of re-growing a toe. Layla then began to describe how she’d lost it.

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