Up To One's Mind Power
Author's Personal Account
our darkest moment the chance for our greatest
a truism, or platitude if you prefer, is hard to
swallow in the midst of those darkest moments.
But life, base and noble as it is, is
afterall an experiential paradox.
cannot escape that without the night we are
unable to see the stars, or that, like it or not,
in order to become our best selves we must
equally, at some point, face our own inner
darkness and pierce beyond to know our true
each of us the journey within is, paradoxically,
similar but unique, signposted with archetypes
common to all humanity - symbolic rebirths
requiring symbolic (mini) deaths.
own journey took me to the brink of my life.
Given a two months prognosis to live, I was
advised to "put [my] affairs in order".
But realising I had, for seven years prior, been
on a journey of awakening I knew I was not about
to die, that rather my diagnosis was the
culmination of 'paranormal' experiences serving
to illumine me to the power of my mind. And so,
having this understanding, I was, within six
weeks, cancer free.
the author of this site all that I have come to
know is, in large measure, a direct result of
that experience, and I have, finally, written it
down in its entirety as a means to weave together
the many experiences and lessons I learnt
regarding the power of my (our) mind, hoping that
it may be of benefit to others.
this same end I have also started a new blog
documenting and describing the unconventional and
controversial mental tactics I employed during my
healing process, and if interested I invite you
to find those writings here: Surviving Cancer - A
as a final note (and wink at you), if the night
seems especially dark, the law of nature demands
the light rising to pierce it be great. And as
for these laws of nature? I will be writing about
them in my next update - coming soon.
May All Beings Know: True Love,
True Peace, True Happiness