Thirty-one years ago, Shin Terayama was sent home to die of cancer. Instead of dying, Shin took control of his healing one loving step at a time. After three years of healing his body, mind, and spirit, he became cancer free and transformed into a person full of love.
As a young teenager, Isabel was diagnosed with scoliosis. The doctors prescribed surgery to implant braces in her spine. These interventions and the long recovery period broke her mentally and emotionally. She could not process all the anxiety and insecurity that arose within her. She ended up developing severe obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Read more
Maori lived all her life with a wall around her heart. She was always courteous and kind, but she would not let anyone into her heart. Gradually, her heart filled with loneliness and sadness.
For most of my life, I lived to please others, mostly strangers. It was a strange way to live and extremely painful. Then one day, I decided to attend a heart-opening retreat hosted by Kathy Zavada because I love her beautiful songs and her singing. At this retreat, for the first time, I tasted the sweet freedom of letting myself just be ME! It was miraculous!
Miranda was an attractive 38-year-old nurse who suffered from chronic neck pain. Due to the trauma from a broken relationship eight years ago, she had no interest in having any kind of a relationship with men anymore. She built a “heart-wall” to protect herself.
When she found the right help to let go of trapped emotions, her neck pain went away, and she reconnected with her childhood sweetheart who had been living around the corner from her for almost eight years.
Lani grew up with severe, debilitating social anxiety. The doctors prescribed anxiety pills.
Instead of going with the trend, Lani decided to face her fears head on. She purposely took on jobs to test her limits, and through her journey she discovered her purpose: helping others break through their own limits. Whereas she once took in the world around her as a passive outsider, now she has become an active participant who is dictating her life’s direction.
Linda was a 43-year-old woman who had been sexually abused as a teenager. She was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). She also felt her body wasn’t absorbing food anymore. She was slowly dying.
By learning to truly love herself, Linda healed from MS and, even more importantly, healed her life of misery. Self-love allowed her to thrive.
Lester Levenson is the man who inspired the Sedona Method. At age 42, Lester was at the pinnacle of worldly success, yet he was an unhappy and very unhealthy man. After his second coronary attack, his doctors sent him home to die.
Instead of giving up, Lester decided to go within himself, and there he found what he needed. His body became healthy, and he entered a state of profound peace that never left him until he left this world at the age of 84.
Paula spontaneously healed from a rapidly advancing rare form of lymphoma, overcame the fear of being given 3 months to live, and most surprisingly acquired the power to manifest almost anything.