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Principled
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Readers of these pages may never have thought of prayer as being of any practical benefit, but as you'll hear from this wonderful audio, understanding prayer has freed many, many people. I know of this case, as the Christian Science practitioner who treated this lady from Belfast, was a friend of mine and told me some details of the healing.

Her testimony starts 7 mins into the programme. The programme is only scheduled for this week, up to Friday 3rd, but I'll try to find the permanent link after that.

[url]Weekly Sentinel Radio broadcast: Renewed every day*/[/url]

I also did a quick search and found so many other written healings - here are a few of fibromyalgia:

[url]Healed of fibromyalgia and multiple sclerosis*/*[/url]

[url]'I COULD BE HEALED'*/[/url]

[url]'It was time for us to do the impossible'*/[/url]

Love and peace,

Judy

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This so annoys me, goodness some people will get in any angle to push their religious beliefs. I came in to the Post with a genuine concern for someone who has Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and found this, isn't there a specific Thread for religious talk.

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This so annoys me, goodness some people will get in any angle to push their religious beliefs. I came in to the Post with a genuine concern for someone who has Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and found this, isn't there a specific Thread for religious talk.

Dear Jeannie,

I apologise for upsetting you. I too have a genuine concern for anyone who is suffering from any disease for which there is no cure. I am not "pushing my religious beliefs" on anyone. I am upfront with what I am offering and there is absolutely no desire or intention to try to convert anyone. No one has to read or listen to what I share.

I know of many people who have had cures of serious, incurable and even terminal diseases through either treatment from a Christian Science practitioner (healer) or even through just reading the book, Science and Health by Mary Baker Eddy and then have not taken it any further. Someone I helped once had an overnight healing of Non-Hodgkin lymphoma. His thought changed from fear to joy and from resentment to gratitude through reading the book. He woke one night seeing a bright light and feeling wrapped up in Love and in the morning, when he attended a scheduled hospital appointment, they confirmed that it was all gone - the tumours around his neck gone and one on his lung shrunk to the size of a pea. He was healed. He did not take Christian Science any further and we have never mentioned it again. That was his choice. He wasn't "religious" before he was gripped with fear and he certainly isn't "religious" now! πŸ˜€

A friend of mine who was suffering from severe epilepsy as a teenager was given the book as there was no hope of a cure, the attacks were becoming worse and worse and the drugs she was under meant she lived a very restricted and unhappy life and she too was completely healed and has been free ever since (she is now in her 80's). She did continue to study it, but my point is that I am grateful to the friend who had the love and courage (she wasn't even a Christian but from an Eastern race and religion) to give her Science and Health when she was in such dire need.

When looking through the 16 healings I found in the archives of chronic fatigue syndrome, again and again, it was the sense of hopelessness that struck me, like these:

Finally, I saw a specialist who had been recommended to me. After running tests, he informed me that I had Epstein-Barr syndrome (chronic fatigue syndrome) and that there was no known cure. He said that since there was no medicine available to treat the problem, the best they could do was help me "manage" the pain for the rest of my life. After hearing this pronouncement, I started thinking that life would not be worth living if there was no chance for any true change in my health.

During this time I pursued many alternative methods to get well. As a member of a research team in an immunological laboratory, I knew that modern medicine did not have a cure, but neither did ayurvedic, Chinese, or homeopathic medicine. Psychic healers, vitamin therapy, and psychotherapy did not alleviate the trouble.

I had periods when I was in the depths of despair. Over the years I had tried every possible treatment and meandered through all the alternative healing paths I knew about, trying to reduce the symptoms. But nothing was making a difference. Having exhausted all possible routes, I felt that I had reached the end. [url]'I had found what I was searching for'*/*Christian Science Sentinel[/url]

I've included the link to the last one as the lady in question found the book in a charity shop, studied it and found the symptoms all leaving her. She had no connection with the church or anyone who tried to "convert" her.

Christian Science is not a hit or miss form of faith healing. It has a solid 140 year record of healings of every conceivable disease, disability and injury, as well as non physical discords. It is based on spiritual laws, repeatable and practical. No, we don't have a 100% record of healing, but neither sadly, do doctors and hospitals.

I do normally write only on the religious and spiritual pages, but when I heard the wonderful healing spoken from the heart that I linked to in the top post, I felt it would be wrong to keep it to myself when there might be someone out there looking for exactly this. I am not trying to push my religion at all, but simply saying that where people have been told that there is no hope, well, these people have found an answer and have been free ever since. Is it so wrong to want to offer something that may help - if people choose to look into it?

Love and peace,

Judy

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I am not upset, I am annoyed, annoyed because I find pushing religious views in this way very offensive. Going by your reply needless to say your are taking even more opportunity to do this. :offtopic:

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I am not upset, I am annoyed, annoyed because I find pushing religious views in this way very offensive. Going by your reply needless to say your are taking even more opportunity to do this. :offtopic:

Don't we all "push" what we believe in?

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Reiki Pixie
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Why not use faith to help someone in need if that floats their boat.

One issue I have on any system of medicine, therapy or belief is in my experience dealing with people that have ME/CFS/FM, is that false hope can be very detrimental to their condition. It depends if it's suitable or a cult?!

Also what suits one person doesn't suit another. But hopefully as mature adults :rolleyes: we can make our own decision on what course of action we wish to take. Taking vitamins and herbals for one person can be as powerful as prayer to someone else.

Plenty of systems consider that ill health has a psycho-spiritual component to it. Being fragmented beings, finding w"hole"ness in our life helps to provide "heal"th, "heal"ing and "holi"ness.

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